July 7, 2015
Greece Said to Delay Offering New Plan on Debt - The New York Times--7.7.15
Greece's new finance minister arrived at his crucial meeting of his eurozone peers without the new bailout proposal many were expecting.
Greek banks prepare plan to raid deposits to avert collapse - CNBC--7.4.15
Greek banks are preparing plans for a possible "bail-in" of depositors as many fear the country is heading towards a financial collapse.
Puerto Rico governor calls for bankruptcy; adviser says island 'insolvent' - Reuters--6.30.15
Puerto Rico's governor called for Washington to allow a bankruptcy debt restructuring as the island is struggling to relieve a $73 billion debt burden.
Forget Grexit, "Madame Frexit" Says France Is Next: French Presidential Frontrunner Wants Out Of "Failed" Euro - Zero Hedge--6.25.15
The Naional Front's Marine Le Pen has just warned that not only is the Greek exit inevitable, but France is soon to follow.
Big investors are dumping stocks like it's 2008- Yahoo! Finance--6.23.15
Clients' net sales of US stocks amounted to $4.1 billion last week with most of the selling being led by institutional investors.
70 million Americans teetering on edge of financial ruin- Market Watch--6.23.15
According to a new survey, one in three Americans have no emergency savings at all and only 22% of Americans have at least six months of emergency savings.
'It's time to hold physical cash,' says one of Britain's most senior fund managers - The Telegraph--6.20.15
A manager from one of Britain's biggest bond funds is urging investors to spread their money into different assets, including gold and silver.
Greek debt crisis is the Iraq War of finance - The Telegraph--6.19.15
The ECB is warning of an "uncontrollable crisis" if there is no creditor deal, followed by soaring inflation, a rise in unemployment and a collapse of the Greek economy.
Greece could be forced to lock down savers’ cash as debt crisis worsens- The Independant--6.17.15
Greece's central bank has issued its clearest warning yet that the country is on course for default. Financial ministers across Europe also confirmed they are making contingency plans for a messy ending to the crisis.
NatWest and RBS customers are panicking after thousands of payments went 'missing' overnight - Independent--6.17.15
RBS has alerted customers that 600,000 overnight payments may be "missing" from bank accounts at NatWest, Coutts and Ulster Bank due to a 'technical glitch'.
What's The Real Unemployment Rate In The US? - Zero Hedge--6.16.15
According to the author of this article, roughly 60% of the civilian workforce is fully employed while the rest of the workforce is either marginally employed or unemployed.
U.S. manufacturing sector said to be in a technical recession - Market Watch--6.15.15
The U.S. factory sector has slipped into a technical recessions mostly due to lower oil prices, a strong dollar and global weakness, according to new data.
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