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  1. Facing Fines, Deutsche Bank to Raise Billions ...

    The beleaguered German bank needs to raise billions as it faces massive losses and ...
  2. How the Eurozone's Fight Against Deflation Is ...

    The European Central Bank is fighting a desperate battle against deflation. Find ...
  3. Department of Justice Launches Investigation ...

    Deutsche Bank (DB) is facing a Federal investigation that could result in $14 billion ...
  4. Google Faces EU Antitrust Charges (GOOGL)

    Google, which could be fined up to $7.4 billion, has been accused of anti-competitive ...
  5. Could Helicopter Money Become a Reality in Europe?

    The eurozone experienced deflation in some months of 2016, which caused some economists ...
  6. Italian Gov't Mulling 50-year Bonds

    The Italian government is considering the issuance of 50-year bonds for the first ...
  1. Facing Fines, Deutsche Bank to Raise Billions ...

    The beleaguered German bank needs to raise billions as it faces massive losses and ...
  2. Department of Justice Launches Investigation ...

    Deutsche Bank (DB) is facing a Federal investigation that could result in $14 billion ...
  3. Google Faces EU Antitrust Charges (GOOGL)

    Google, which could be fined up to $7.4 billion, has been accused of anti-competitive ...
  4. Making Sense Of The EUR/CHF Relationship

    The strong correlation between EUR and CHF currency pairs is undeniable. Find out ...
  5. These Are The Best Hours To Trade the Euro

    Six popular currency pairs and numerous secondary crosses offer euro traders a wide ...
  6. Will Nonperforming Loans Cause 'Italeave'?

    The EU's reluctance to allow Italy to bail out its precarious banks may encourage ...
  1. In what ways does Bayesian probability support the probability default model when ...

    Learn what happened in the European debt crisis. It became a heated argument between the hawks and doves who argued the merits ...
  2. How do wholly owned subsidiaries operate in the European Union?

    Find out how wholly owned subsidiaries and their parent companies are treated in the European Union, specifically regarding ...
  3. What are the most common market indicators to follow the European stock market and ...

    See which market indicators and major market indexes are used most frequently by traders and analysts to measure the European ...
  4. Why doesn't England use the euro?

    Understand why the United Kingdom has opted to not join the eurozone in adopting the euro over the pound sterling as its ...
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