What’s The Euro Going To Look Like In 2013?

Image by: Andrea Guerra By Steven Morrison II Much of Europe continues to struggle under the weight of the great recession, which is still pulling down the European Union’s weakest members to shocking lows. Greece is still the wildcard, living on the edge of turmoil, relying on the generosity of the other union members for…

How To Profit On The Decline Of The Dollar

Image by: Images_of_Money By Steven Morrison II There is a currency war going on out there, with battles raging on multiple fronts. In Europe, the EU’s euro suffers as it has fallen to lows not seen in years, as the bail-outs and uneasy feelings continue. China’s changing of the communist guard has speculators worried that…

Spain Falls To BBB- Credit Rating … Disaster Coming To The US?

Spain has recently had their credit rating slashed two positions from BBB+ to BBB- by Standard & Poor’s.

Speculation now looms on whether Spain is in a condition that is as bad, or worse, than Greece.

In addition, is Italy and Portugal that far behind?

Central Banks to the Rescue …

Central Banks to the Rescue …

For the first time in three years, China eases reserve agreements by .50 points!

The Fed, the Bank of Canada, the Bank of England, the Bank of Japan, the European Central Bank and the Swiss National Bank all agreed to lower the pricing on the existing temporary U.S. dollar liquidity swap arrangements by .50 basis points.