April 22 – Argentina is still battling holdout creditors from its 2005 and 2010 bond exchanges. Richard Beales and Reynolds Holding discuss how judges are making their mark with rulings in the case.
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Euro zone finance ministers will meet on Sunday evening to discuss a possible rescue package for Cyprus, the head of the Eurogroup said in tweet. “Tomorrow 6pm #eurogroup on #cyprus,” read a tweet from Jeroen Dijsselbloem, who is Dutch minister of finance and president of the Eurogroup – the 17 e…
NICOSIA, March 22 (Reuters) – Cyprus’s parliament convened in an emergency session on Friday to discuss legislation breaking up the island’s second-largest lender as the country teetered on the brink…
If you’ve been out of touch with news over the weekend, the big news is the Cyprus bail-out/ (some are calling it a bail-in) in which the idea is to confiscate a portion of Cypriot bank depositor’s money.
March 15 – Fed stress tests and a U.S. congressional hearing put pressure on JPMorgan and some other banks, but Breakingviews columnists also discuss what the events say about regulators
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Dec 14 – Breakingviews columnists discuss why the promise of Brazil’s oil industry hasn’t materialized and what President Dilma Rousseff could do to change that and boost economic growth.
Sept 12 – Rob Cox and Breakingviews columnists discuss the Facebook CEO’s first public comments since its botched IPO.
NBC’s Steve Handelsman reports the crisis in Libya is a new example of the intensity of the clash between the rivals in the race for the White House; and Joy Reid, The Grio.com; Jim Geraghty, National Review, discuss the violence in Libya, and President Obama’s actions in handling it.
His schedule just won’t allow him to be in the city at the same time . You have to assume they will meet at some point to discuss Iran’s nuclear program , right ? Now I see , he (Netanyahu) is meeting with Hillary instead
Discuss threat posed by Iran’s nuclear program.
This Friday 31st August at 1000 ET/ 1500 BST/ 1400 GMT the chairman of the Federal Reserve Ben Bernanke will make a speech at the Federal Reserve's annual central bankers' symposium at Jackson Hole Wyoming. This speech has been used by Bernanke in previous years to discuss the potential trajectory for US monetary policy, thus his speech is eagerly awaited by the financial markets.