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He’s Ba-ack: What Silvio Berlusconi Means For Italy and the Euro Crisis

Silvio Berlusconi’s party withdrew support for Italy’s technocratic prime minister, Mario Monti, plopping a big distraction in the middle of the eurozone crisis. More 

Crossing Wall Street Weekly Market Review

News from Europe helped U.S. markets stage a rally on Thursday, but investors need to understand more of the market mechanics before investing right now More 

5 Reasons to Get Bullish on Europe

For all the European fear fueled by austerity and debt issues, things are looking a little brighter on the other side of the Atlantic. More 

Spain’s New Austerity Plan: What It Means

Spain is getting a long leash in large part thanks to its size -- so expect any proceedings with Italy, Greece and Ireland to be three different stories. More 

Will Europe Sink U.S. Stocks?

As Europe's markets fall, U.S. stocks have held up. A reversion to the mean is coming and you may want to know what that means for your portfolio More 

Second Quarter Review: Good or Bad, It’s All About Europe

2012's second quarter ended on news that could mean tremendous things -- including a substantial rally in European stocks. More 

Meet the ECB, a Credit Rater to Be

The European Central Bank, angry and unhappy with the velocity of credit downgrades, wants to invent its own system for rating eurozone debt. More