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EMPLOYEE BONUS AT STAKE

Monday, February 1st, 2010

As the public continues facing the results of the global crisis even the employees at banks and financial institutes are not spared by their rage. The employees are being cut down largely by their bonuses as the public demands equality in the banking sector. People argue that when the losses are recovered from the tax payers money then why the profits in the banking firms are kept private.
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Europe Sees Largest Stock Gain Since July

Monday, October 26th, 2009

This week European stocks saw a huge advance, pushing the Dow Jones 600 to the largest gain it has seen since July this year. This has led to speculation that the economy is now beginning to recover from the recession. Cadbury has also enjoyed impressive gains, jumping 37 percent after the company rejected a take over bid placed at $16 billion from Kraft Foods earlier in the month.
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East Europe Finance In Big Trouble

Monday, August 24th, 2009

East Europe is in trouble and its going to effect the whole world not just finance in Europe. Debt has been racked up in East Europe that is going to be impossible to pay off. This situation is similar to the sub-prime crisis that happened in the United States, but worst. For starters the banks in Europe are responsible for the loans. Unlike America the European governments are not going to provide a bail out.
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