Claim: Gov't Action Against Global Warming May Cause Next Financial Meltdown

Energy | Chris White
Climate Change wooden sign with a desert background (Shutterstock/Gustavo

‘you don’t need to believe that it is man-made’

Nuclear Disaster Zone Could Become World's Biggest Solar Power Plant

Energy | Chris White
UKRAINE. Chernobyl Exclusion Zone. - 2016.03.19. Dosimeter and Nuclear Power Plant on the background Shutterstock.com/Eight Photo

‘We have … best standards with the environment’

European Central Bank To Hold Off Stimulus In Brexit Wake

Business | Robert Donachie
European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi arrives for a news conference at the ECB headquarters in Frankfurt, Germany, April 21, 2016. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski

Vulnerability lingers

Swiss Bank Warns European Recession Will Collapse Eurozone, 'Radicalize' Voters

Business | Steve Birr
Petrol bombs thrown by demonstrators explode near riot police officers in Syntagma Square, during a 24-hour general strike against planned pension reforms in Athens, Greece, February 4, 2016. (REUTERS/Alkis Konstantinidis)

‘Viability of the euro is contingent on the current recovery’

Oil Titan Says 'Chicken Little' Market Is Nothing To Fear

Business | Steve Birr
Discovery Science rebranding - Photo by Lwp Kommunikáció on Flickr http://bit.ly/1LF4ilP

‘The fundamentals don’t seem to matter in this Chicken Little, the-sky-is-falling market.’

Is America Headed Toward Its Next Recession?

Business | Steve Birr
Throwing Money Away - Money being grated illustrating someone losing money, maybe to a scam - Photo by Tax Credits on Flickr/Creative Commons)

‘Beginning to deteriorate.’

Greece's Debt Problem Is Becoming A Global Problem

Business | Connor D. Wolf

‘It has taken people a little bit by surprise’

They're Practically Giving Away Europe

Opinion | Bill Regardie

‘They said Europe’s future depended on us doing our part.’

European Union To Follow The Fed

Business | PG Veer
ECB to Go on Quantitative Easing Rounds, Hoping to Stimulate the Economy

Don't bet against it: Euro remains 'safe haven' among currencies

Business | Reuters

‘The ECB has to address the money market problems if the euro is to weaken’

Record low for European Central Bank interest rates

Business | The New York Times
Mario Draghi

The E.C.B. cut its main rate to 0.25 percent from 0.5 percent.

Will the ECB redemption pact create slave states?

Opinion | J. Keith Johnson

The European Central Bank is telling EU states to pledge gold as collateral to support the next wave of austerity.

A cheap cash binge worth noting

Opinion | Daniel Hanson

The ECB has pumped over €1 trillion into European banks since early December in an effort to help banks balance their books. But could the move backfire?

When World Cup meets stocks, soccer wins - AP

Business | InternAdmin
South Korea Saudi Arabia AFC Champions League Soccer

Study from European Central Bank found soccer World Cup has huge impact; many stock exchanges halt when games are on

Italy raises $14 billion at much lower cost - AP

Business | Kells Hetherington
Italy

The scale of the falls in Italy’s funding costs were dramatic

Eurozone proposes global bank tax - TheDC

World | Michael Volpe

Move embraced by Occupy, Dems, slammed by free market analysts

After Euro deal, investors brace for big moves - AP

Business | Kells Hetherington

All eyes are now on the European Central Bank

European finance ministers reject Geithner-backed stimulus - Bloomberg

Business | InternAdmin

Luxembourg Prime Minister: ‘We are not discussing the increase or the expansion of the EFSF with a non-member of the euro area’

ECB could be exposed as Euro periphery deposits plunge - Bloomberg

Business | InternAdmin

Economist says flight is ‘symptomatic of a lot of fear in the European financial sector’

ECB gives Italy stiff warning - AP

World | admin

Italy’s Parliament is preparing to take up approval of the package of spending cuts and new taxes