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Personal Finance Lessons From PIIGS

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Although he’s no longer around, my father’s lessons on living within my means are a big part of why I’m able to freelance instead of working in a cubicle. To him, though, living within your means didn’t mean going without. When I desperately wanted the Grease movie soundtrack on CD but didn’t have enough money, he marched me over to the cassette tape section and found a Grease recording for half the price of the CD. Though I’d hoped he’d just buy me the CD, him not buying it was a gift it itself because it taught me to be self-sufficient. In honor of Father’s Day, here are some money lessons that our dads have taught us over the ...
has been taking place in an economic environment characterized by various imbalances and was sparked by the outbreak of the financial crisis of 2007–2010 . Although the late-2000s recession has at times been referred to as "the Great Recession ," this same phrase has been used to refer to every recession of the several preceding decades. 1 In July 2009, it was announced that a growing number of economists erroneously stated that the recession may have ended. 2 However, in the United States, the requisite two consecutive quarters of growth in the GDP did not actually occur until the end of 2009. The financial crisis has ...
Six Things The World Cup Can Teach Us About Money | Weakonomi¢s
My favorite thing to do is take something that has little to do with money and use it to explain elements of economics and finance. And of course the best way to get your attention is to relate it something that’s on a lot of people’s minds. Inspired by the World Cup, I’ve decided to turn an amazing international tournament into a monetary lesson. Without further ado, I give you six lessons the World Cup can teach us about money. The United States only matters to Americans If this video is any indication, the United States is mighty proud these days. We’ve got the same kind of national pride we show during the ... market research, surveys and trends
Roger's Rules » The euro and EUtopia
The Deutsche Mark … was the official currency of West Germany (1948–1990) and Germany (1990–2002) until the adoption of the euro in 2002. Generally, Wikipedia is astonishingly quick about updating its entries.  No celebrity can die without the online encyclopedia taking note of the fact within minutes. So I am surprised that the entry for the euro has not been edited to presage its impending demise. My friend Charles Moore provided the essential news in the headline for his column for the Daily Telegraph yesterday: The euro’s inevitable failure will be horrendous for all of us Charles does more than cite the tsunami ... market research, surveys and trends


True Economics: Economics 08/02/2010: PIIGS or PIGS?
True Economics is about original economic ideas and analysis concerning everyday events, news, policy views and their impact on the markets and you. Enjoy and engage! For those of you who missed my article in yesterday's Sunday Times , here is an unedited version of it, as usual: This week marked a new low for the euro zone. Despite all the posturing by Brussels officials about Greek deficits and the incessant talking up of the euro by the ECB and the Commission, the events clearly show that the common currency is lacking credible tools to bring order to public finances of its member states. Thanks to the clientilist ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Euro Zone Bailout is a Greek Tragedy in the Making :: The Market ...
The recently approved eurozone bailout package, designed to buy more time for fiscally troubled nations such as Greece, Spain, and Portugal, is nothing short of a global Greek tragedy in the making. Of course, quite contrary to this, judging by the response of global stock markets, one would get the impression that happy times are around the corner. However, those of us who understand Austrian economics and believe in free markets and sound currencies can see one more nail driven into the coffin of paper fiat currencies such as the euro, US dollar, British pound, and Japanese yen. Rescue plans these days don't muster up ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Author offers tips for living frugally and happily ever after
Two-time author Jeff Yeager, dubbed “The Ultimate Cheapskate” by TODAY's Matt Lauer, offers more tips for living frugally and happily ever after. Here's an excerpt from “The Cheapskate Next Door”: Introduction Sure, we could afford to spend more, but why would we? It wouldn’t make us any happier.” That’s it. That’s the simple statement that I’ve spent the last year and a half traveling the country to hear. Those words have been my touchstone. That’s what this book is about, and it’s what the cheapskates next door have to share with you. They can show you how to live happily below your means. “Don’t touch the testicles! ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
With multiple Toronto protests, police kept busy
A tense and bizarre standoff between police and a crowd lingering in central Toronto following a weekend of G20 protests has ended after nearly four hours. At a busy intersection in the city's core, a large contingent of police boxed in a group of about 200 people in heavy rain. They were not allowed to leave the area. Dozens were arrested during the police action, which occurred only steps from where police cruisers were torched 24 hours earlier. Just before 9:45 p.m. local time, police let the remaining crowd go free. Talking to reporters late Sunday night, Toronto Police Staff Superintendent Jeff McGuire was pressed to ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


crisis spreads to the rest of the PIIGS and possibly also other countries in the ... Estimates for 2009 from the Estonian Ministry of Finance .... The lessons from fiscal management in Estonia. The Achilles heal of the common currency in Europe has turned out to the ... expressed herein are personal. About EuPI ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Online personal finance lessons at .... Pigs Go To Market. Pigs Will be Pigs. The Popcorn Book. The Pot That Juan Built ...
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Will the Euro completely crash and be removed as a currency? Why ...
Further to Dean's link to the Telegraph article, in my opinion you'll get a more balanced view of the situation by also reading some of the reader responses to that article. posted 2 months ago Owner, Currency Market Associates (CMKA) see all my answers Hi Joseph, Euro was a political introduction. After fighting two World Wars, the Germans were desperately looking for European economic integration, as they wanted to become part of the European family. It was thought that it would bring a meaningful change in world's monetary landscape, bring transparency and lower transaction cost. As in past when US dollar was ...
Greece's financial crisis could presage America's - Any thoughts ...
I just would like to add another article to this topic, and at the same time I would like to thank all the contributors for their excellent input. What Happens If Greece Really Defaults? "Earlier this week, Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou traveled to the United States to promote a message: We're in this together. The debt crisis that has threatened the Greek economy and the stability of the European Union's monetary policies "very much involves America's interests," Papandreou stated in a speech at the Brookings Institution in Washington." ...