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  • But bond prices of Italy and Spain, the most crucial measures of the crisis's spread, steadily have risen, pushing their yields down.

    As Vector, Greece Loses Its Potency

  • As a reflection of that flow, emerging nations had accumulated $1.2 trillion in currency reserves between the financial crisis's peak in early 2009 and the third quarter of 2010, according to the International Monetary Fund.

    Hot Money Roils Growth Currencies

  • J.P. Morgan stoked new fears over the U.S. banking industry's health, posting its first year-to-year drop in quarterly profit since the financial crisis's height.

    What's News—

  • Rather than investigate solutions or this crisis's origins, the Koch brothers' web of influence is keen on undermining the "full faith and credit" of the U.S. Treasury and openly inviting catastrophe.

    Robert Greenwald: Koch Economics and their Debt Default Advantage

  • We are having a few crisis's going on which really needs to take propriety.

    Obama to host reception for LGBT community

  • The S&P 500 shed 0.9% in December 2007 and 2.5% in the Santa sessions as the financial crisis's storm clouds were forming.

    No Year-End Stock Surge in Sight

  • Those countries' financial troubles remain, of course, as does fundamental discord among euro-zone countries over the scope of their shared commitment and great uncertainty about their ability to create a stronger bailout fund to combat the debt crisis's spread.

    Expanding Bailout Fund Returns to Focus

  • European officials' first line of defense against the debt crisis's rising tide was to attempt to erect "levees" around the troubled sovereigns.

    It's Time for a European TARP

  • Instead, Congress is en route to enacting 1,400 pages of new laws and only months afterward will it receive a report from the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission on the crisis's causes.

    Learning From History on Financial Reform

  • Among the best are The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine, Michael Lewis's gripping blockbuster of how some smart people benefited from anticipating the implosion; Too Big to Fail, Andrew Sorkin's meticulous detailing of the crisis's events and players; and The End of Wall Street, Roger Lowenstein's brutal blow-by-blow account of collapse.

    The Capitalist Crisis - Who Does What Next?

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