Back in September, when Berlin and Brussels were busy devising a quota plan to settle the millions of Mid-East asylum seekers flooding into the country, Slovakia said that if Germany called for financial penalties against countries unwilling to accommodate their “share” of migrants, it would be “the end of the EU.”
PBOC strengthened yuan's reference rate by most this year
Ringgit sinks as Brent breaks $28 after Iran sanctions lifted
Markets started the week gripped by a fresh bout of risk aversion, as Asian stocks slipped with energy-linked currencies amid further hemorrhaging in crude oil prices.
After a chaotic first day of trading to open 2016, today King World News is featuring a powerful interview with one of the greats in the business that include to remarkable gold and silver illustrations that will shock people.
Europe Scrambles for Solutions, by Tim Duy: Monday morning is fast approaching, and European leaders are scrambling to come up with something credible to float ahead of the market opening. Recall that we ended last week with the S&P downgrade of Belgium, and policymakers would like to have something on the table in response.