Italy

The ECB Has Spoken: Now What?

Mario Draghi has announced the ECB's plans, but that's only the beginning. Some beaten down markets could be set to rally. More 

Jobs: The Straw That Stirs the Fed

August's bummer opens the door to QE3, which is just what the market is looking for. But at some point, reality about profits and global weakness will intrude. More 

Amid the Uncertainty, Go For Oil Issues

Monetary policy is driving the markets, as investors await word on stimulus proposals from central bankers; while waiting get into oil from these 2 stock plays More 

What Is Germany’s Next Move?

Eurozone leaders are set to meet in Frankfort, and Germany may hold the key to stabilizing the EU More 

Fiscal Pain in Spain Turns Into Reality Show

European leaders continue to have meetings and plan on ways to solve the eurozone crises, yet go back to their countries and don't follow the policy ideas More 

The Global Boiling Point: What’s Next?

It wasn't long ago that nations like Spain and Italy were thought of more for their great beaches and fine wines than for their impact on the global economy More 

Europe Continues Its Downhill Slide

Things just seem to continue to get worse in the EU. Italian government debt was downgraded by Moody's yesterday and Spanish banks borrowed more at the ECB... More