With no way of knowing how the eurozone crisis will play out, investors should continue to exercise extreme caution by holding cash and high-yield stocks.
Leaders in the US and Europe have lost touch and don’t care about stock markets or credit.
The Germans appear resigned to an eurozone collapse, and they'd rather let the market dictate the destruction than risk hyperinflation.
Hard times in the financial industry could lead to a cut in bonuses by as much as 45% in some areas, according to one research firm.
Recent studies show plenty of mainstream support for some of the issues that define the protest movement.
In a region where Weimar inflation and German deflation led to social unrest and the rise of Hitler, peace and stability are more important than triple-A credit ratings.
The demonstrators could just as easily be targeting Congress, but the alienation in this country is palpable.
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