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13 European Banks Don't Have Enough Money To Survive A Financial Crisis

13 European Banks Don't Have Enough Money To Survive A Financial Crisis | money money money | Scoop.it
The asset quality review is the eurozone's first unified test of its banking system.
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One in five EU banks fail stress tests

One in five EU banks fail stress tests | money money money | Scoop.it
One in five EU banks would be unable to cope if another financial crisis hit the bloc, according to the European Central Bank.
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European Commissioner-Designate to Discuss Bitcoin at EU Hearing

European Commissioner-Designate to Discuss Bitcoin at EU Hearing | money money money | Scoop.it
Commissioner-designate Lord Jonathan Hill is expected to discuss digital currencies during a hearing before the European Parliament this week.
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European Union in Need of a “Relaunch” | Euro Crisis in the Press

European Union in Need of a “Relaunch” | Euro Crisis in the Press | money money money | Scoop.it
For the front-runner of last European elections, Jean Claude Juncker, the votes of the EPP signalled a win. However, a win in politics – is much more than this.
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Chapter 2. Crisis of Confidence in the EU Ending? - The Pew Global Attitudes Project

Chapter 2. Crisis of Confidence in the EU Ending? - The Pew Global Attitudes Project | money money money | Scoop.it

The European project – the creation of a single market, the European institutions that are the pillars of that effort and the public’s faith that their collective future is best secured through ever-closer cooperation among nations – has been one of the principal casualties of the euro crisis. Support for European economic integration and the European Union has suffered greatly since the economic crisis began.

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EU looks to reduce reliance on bank lending

EU looks to reduce reliance on bank lending | money money money | Scoop.it
The EU is examining ways to use the personal savings of its half a billion people to fill gaps the 2007 financial crisis created. Tougher regulations means there is less credit available from banks, and this money could bridge the divide.
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Why The 'Genuine EMU' Will Not Be a Fiscal Union

Why The 'Genuine EMU' Will Not Be a Fiscal Union | money money money | Scoop.it
Björn Hacker of the FES Berlin analyses the 'genuine EMU' and shows why it won't amount to a fiscal union.
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A comprehensive EU response to the financial crisis: substantial progress ... - EU News

A comprehensive EU response to the financial crisis: substantial progress ... - EU News | money money money | Scoop.it

The financial crisis highlighted the need for better regulation and supervision of the financial sector. It is the reason why the European Commission has since 2010 proposed nearly 30 sets of rules to ensure all financial actors, products and markets are appropriately regulated and efficiently supervised. These rules are the basic framework for all 28 Member States of the EU and underpin a properly functioning single market for financial services.

 
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The new European Union - The Economist (blog)

The new European Union - The Economist (blog) | money money money | Scoop.it

IT HAS been a brutal half decade for the European Union. Given the tempestuousness, it is interesting to note that real per capita output across the EU is about where it was in 2008. While many countries have had it bad in many ways at many times over the past five years, the most significant economic shift in the EU has been shift in its internal economic order.

 
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Brittany Ortiz's curator insight, November 10, 2014 5:35 PM

Very cool to see how Europes numbers has changed from 2008. You can see the differ between each countries and the economies that did better than others. It would have been cool to see how the statistics would change this upcoming year. So having the statistics for this year 2014, would be awesome to see.

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