Spain Again Faces Borrowing Costs Above Dangerous Level of 7 Percent
The bond vigilantes are increasingly unimpressed with the bumbling politicians of the Eurozone. With finance ministers from the monetary union set to meet in Brussels for another of the monotonous string of Eurozone sovereign debt crisis meetings, borrowing costs for financing of Spain’s government debt have again exceeded the red line of 7 percent.
While the pundits still claim there is no danger of Madrid joining some of the other PIIGS nations in requiring a bailout, this after a massive bailout of Spain’s insolvent banks, the ranks of the economic optimists, those who still believe that the policy measures of politicians resolved the global economic crisis that began in 2008, are becoming increasingly thinner.
WALL STREET KILLS--A CHILLING NOVEL ABOUT WALL STREET GREED GONE MAD
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At the core of “Wall Street Kills” is an elaborate plot to kidnap a world famous female celebrity, and murder her in a theatrical spectacle that will broadcast over the Internet in real-time, available for viewing to anyone with a computer willing to pay the steep access fee. The secretive group of Wall Street investors behind the scheme seek to produce the ultimate snuff movie.