Economic Crisis
Daily News and Updates

Tuesday - April 30, 2013:

  1. Greece to cut 15K public employees to secure bailout

Sunday - April 28, 2013:

  1. Spain expects worsening recession
  2. Growth falls short of forecasts, weakness ahead
  3. Rush to help airlines, travelers could crack open budget door

Saturday - April 27, 2013:

    Nothing to report this morning.

Friday - April 26, 2013:

  1. Spain unemployment hits record high
  2. U.S. GDP figure to be released Friday, expected to be 3.1%

Thursday - April 25, 2013:

    Thursday - April 25, 2013:

    1. Has the next crisis begun?
    2. ECB poised to cut rates to help recession-hit euro zone
    3. Business activity dropping in Germany
    4. Factory data a new sign of slowing U.S. economic growth
    5. Italians trimming household budgets amid recession
    6. Number of people turning to food banks triples in a year
    7. Apple unlocks more cash for investors as profit slides
    8. Norilsk Nickel Suspends Australian Division Over Slump

    Wednesday - April 24, 2013:

    1. An independent Scotland could endanger sterling, Treasury warns
    2. EU near austerity limit, says Barroso
    3. Germany's private sector shrinks as eurozone decline continues
    4. Weetabix supplies hit by dismal harvest

    Tuesday - April 23, 2013:

    1. Part-time workers 'underemployed'
    2. Egypt’s growing black market a sign of economic woes

    Monday - April 22, 2013:

    1. Labour plans student-style 'salary loans' for the unemployed

    Sunday - April 21, 2013:

    1. Eurozone faces new dangers of slump amid $13 billion Cyprus bailout
    2. Fitch strips UK of triple-A credit rating
    3. Egypt eyeing energy subsidy cuts to get $1.7B IMF loan

    Saturday - April 20, 2013:

    1. BRICS States to Work in Groups on Development Bank
    2. Carbon bubble will plunge the world into another financial crisis – report
    3. G20 backs off austerity drive, rejects hard debt cut targets
    4. Germany approves 7-year loan extension for Ireland, Portugal
    5. Jobs, factory data point to slowing economy
    6. Philly Fed Disappoints as Indicators Point to Economic Rut
    7. China interested in buying Greek airports

    Friday - April 19, 2013:

    1. IMF warns world economy risks chronic new phase of financial crisis
    2. Investors bail out of stocks
    3. Bank of America revenue drops, legal settlement stings
    4. Tesco quits U.S. and takes $3.5 billion global writedown
    5. Bundesbank chief: Eurozone crisis could last 10 years
    6. UK unemployment rise adds to pressure on Osborne's austerity strategy
    7. Your money isn’t safe in the bank

    Thursday - April 18, 2013:

    1. Commodities crash, recession looms
    2. IMF warns Europe of falling behind US on recovery
    3. LaHood No money to keep air traffic control towers open

    Wednesday - April 17, 2013:

    1. Greece slashes civil service jobs in new bailout
    2. Commission €11bn extra or we could halt EU payments
    3. Gold price takes biggest one-day drop since 1983
    4. Wall Street posts worst day since November 7 on gold's drop, Boston blasts
    5. Hedge Fund Billionaires John Paulson And David Einhorn Lost $640M In Gold Market Collapse
    6. Egypt loan negotiations end without deal
    7. U.S. Home Builders' Confidence Falls for Third-Straight Month

    Tuesday - April 16, 2013:

    1. China growth risks in focus as first quarter data falls short
    2. Chinese G.D.P. for First Quarter Shows Signs of Slowdown
    3. Euro problems not ending with Cyprus; Portugal next
    4. The Euro Zone Crisis Is Back - on Multiple Fronts
    5. Why gold is turning into lead
    6. Mechel Reports $1.1 Bln Net Loss in Q4
    7. Norilsk Nickel’s 2012 Net Profit Down 41% to $2.14 Bln
    8. Nearly 2 million New York City residents on food stamps

    Monday - April 15, 2013:

    1. Cyprus goes from bad to worse by the day; so does Portugal
    2. Fed doves play down threat of U.S. inflation

    Sunday - April 14, 2013:

    1. IMF to cut US growth forecast amid downbeat retail and confidence data
    2. Greek joblessness on the rise
    3. Recession Imminent Warns Russian Economy Minister
    4. United States puts Japan on notice in currency report
    5. Cameron and Merkel to discuss EU reform in Germany
    6. Big six energy firms accused of 'cold-blooded profiteering'
    7. Consumer confidence tumbles sharply to nine-month low
    8. Cyprus forced to find extra €6bn for bailout, leaked analysis shows
    9. Cyprus sell-off fears send gold price tumbling
    10. House values plummet in Spain
    11. Retail sales point to flagging economic momentum

    Friday - April 12, 2013:

    1. Cyprus economy to shrink 12.5% despite EU bailout
    2. Pentagon looks to cut 40,000 to 50,000 civilians over five years
    3. Steelmaker Evraz Reports $335 Mln Loss for 2012

    Thursday - April 11, 2013:

    1. Air Force grounds 17 squadrons amid sequester budget cuts
    2. DragonWave cuts 33 percent jobs, amends deal with Nokia Siemens
    3. Likud MKs call to slash officials' salaries by 10%

    Wednesday - April 10, 2013:

    1. 6 million EU jobs lost in crisis, says ILO
    2. JAPAN - ASIA: Yen devaluation, currency adjustment, not monetary blackmail
    3. US treasury boss to press EU on trade this WEEK

    Tuesday - April 9, 2013:

    1. China’s debt ‘bomb’ about to go ‘bang’
    2. Portuguese PM speaks of 'national emergency' after court ruling

    Monday - April 8, 2013:

    1. The Issue: Jobless recovery is shrinking the workforce

    Tuesday - April 2, 2013:

    1. Cyprus savers might lose more than expected
    2. ECB man says Cyprus is model for future bailouts
    3. Luxembourg: Cyprus bailout will see money flee Europe
    4. The day Britain changes: welfare reforms and coalition cuts take effect
    5. Bedroom tax and benefit cap spread fear in Tottenham

    Monday - April 1, 2013:

    1. Cyprus crisis limits on bank withdrawals to last 'about a month'
    2. Cypriot stock market to remain closed
    3. Cypriots took out almost €1bn in February
    4. François Hollande wants 75% company tax on salaries over 1m euros

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