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European Sovereign Debt Crisis Coverage

In early 2010, fears of a sovereign debt crisis, the 2010 Euro Crisis developed concerning some European states, including European Union members Portugal, Ireland, Italy, Greece, Spain, and Belgium. This led to a crisis of confidence as well as the widening of bond yield spreads and risk insurance on credit default swaps between these countries and other EU members, most importantly Germany. Read More

Articles About European Sovereign Debt Crisis Coverage

Greek Rescue to Go Ahead As Bond Buyback Hits Target

By IBTimes UK

Buyback cuts Greece’s €63bn debt owned by private investors by a half. (Dec 09, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: GREECE DEBT, EUROPEAN UNION, UNEMPLOYMENT, IMF, INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND

Jean-Claude Juncker to Step Down as Eurogroup Head

By IBTimes UK

Jean-Claude Juncker will step down as euro zone finance ministerial chairman, a post he has been holding since 2005. (Dec 04, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: EUROPEAN UNION, GERMANY

Moody's Downgrades Eurozone Rescue Funds After France Loses AAA Rating

By IBTimes UK

Moody's cites high correlation in credit risk among the entities' supporters as the reason for the downgrade. (Dec 02, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: GERMANY, EUROPEAN UNION, PORTUGAL

Balfour Beatty Shares Drop After Profit Warning

By IBTimes UK

Balfour Beatty lowers its full-year profit view by about £10m on weak construction and rail markets across Europe. (Nov 08, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: LONDON STOCK EXCHANGE, GERMANY, MANAGEMENT, LONDON

IAG Considers Buying Spanish Carrier Vueling

By IBTimes UK

IAG considering acquisition of remaining shares in Vueling to boost its business in Spain. (Nov 08, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: IAG, LONDON

Glass Ceiling: Addressing the Boardroom Gender Gap [BLOG]

By IBTimes UK

Nick Stephens says group's latest research reveals that change to boardroom gender imbalance is vital. (Aug 24, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: FTSE, GERMANY, EUROPEAN UNION, MANAGEMENT

Euro Under Pressure ahead of EU Summit; Egan Jones Hits Germany

By GoMarkets

Despite general support across high yielding currencies, the Euro remained out of favor overnight with the assistance of ratings agency Egan Jones which downgraded Germany from AA- to A+. (Jun 27, 2012)

MORE TOPICS: GERMANY

Global Financial Crisis: Shares Rally as Euro Looks to Move Into Safe Zone

By IBTimes UK

The Euro opened Tuesday away from its eight month low on the back of a report in Europe that leaders are considering 'beefing' up its bail out fund prompted short covering Reuters reports Tuesday. (Sep 27, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: S&P, FTSE, NIKKEI 225

European Banks Should Raise Capital – IMF

By IBTimes AU

In a bid to protect the global economy from further financial oblivion, the International Monetary Fund pressed Europe's many banks to raise capital to cushion the $405 billion it stands to lose because of the massive euro-debt crisis. (Sep 22, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: IMF, EUROPEAN UNION, INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND, SETTLEMENT

Why Euro Will Not Collapse

By IBTimes

The ongoing sovereign crisis in the eurozone countries has renewed concerns over the fate of the euro, the second largest reserve currency as well as the second most traded currency in the world. (Jun 19, 2011)

MORE TOPICS: PORTUGAL, CHINA, GERMANY, EUROPEAN UNION, STORM