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Is the European Debt Crisis Affecting the Average Borrower?

April 25, 2013

The European debt crisis  is really about Europe’s struggle to pay off the debt that it has incurred over the past 20 years. As a result they have been unable to pay back bondholders the amount that was owed. This has lead to the problems becoming widespread and affecting the whole global economy, meaning that the […]

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European Debt Crisis

February 15, 2013

European’s struggle to pay debt that it has built since the recent decades had paved way to the so-called European debt crisis. It had happened when the five region countries had failed to generate enough economic growth, with varying degrees, resulting to their incapability to pay back bondholders. These five countries that belong to the […]

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How European Debt Will Affect World

February 14, 2013

European’s struggle to pay debt that it has built since the recent decades had paved way to the so-called European debt crisis. It had happened when the five region countries had failed to generate enough economic growth, with varying degrees, resulting to their incapability to pay back bondholders. These five countries that belong to the […]

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Understanding European Debt Crisis

February 13, 2013

European countries specifically Greece, Spain, Ireland, Portugal, and Italy has been experiencing very serious economic problem that poses danger to the economic situation in the world. These countries have failed to pay the debt from bondholders that cause consequences that greatly affect the entire world. The global recession is what made the serious economic problem […]

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The European Debt Crisis in 2013-What is in Store for It?

February 12, 2013

The economic crisis in Europe is an issue that concerns the leaders of the different countries around the world. The worsening of the recession in the European countries, especially in Greece, has been one of the top concerns of all the economic leaders around the world. This dilemma has started in the year of 2002 […]

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Why the Eurozone Crisis is Far From Over

February 11, 2013

    During the last two financial quarters of 2012, there was genuine reason to believe that the worst of the eurozone crisis was over. As European equity and bond markets began to perform particularly well, there was growing belief that the European Central Bank and the regions most influential political leaders were finally taking […]

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European Debt Crisis Timeline

February 10, 2013

People of Europe are being intrigued about the crisis that occurs in their nation for the recent years. But with the help of the European debt crisis timeline, they would be able to know exactly what happened during these years. From the late 2009, there are growing fears on the supreme debt crisis that have […]

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A Summary of the European Debt Crisis

February 9, 2013

There are several countries in Europe which have gotten themselves in depth of debt within the recent years such as Portugal, Ireland and Greece. These countries are all required to have access to billions of dollars during the years 2010 to 2011. This borrowing has been required in order to remain their governments from functioning […]

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European Debt Crisis for Dummies: Impact to Other Parts of The World

February 8, 2013

European debt crisis is struggle of Europe for their debts that they have failed to settle recently. Britain may be the front line in this crisis, but this country is not the only one that is affected. The economy of Europe is a huge market for businesses from Asia, United States, Russia, Japan, India, China, […]

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European Debt Crisis Explained

February 7, 2013

European debt crisis is the term called for the Europe’s struggle to pay for the debts built in during these recent times. Five European countries including Portugal, Italy, Spain, Ireland, and Greece have failed to increase their economic status which caused their inability to pay back some bondholders. Although these European countries were near to […]

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