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Over at Conservative Home we’re taking a look at the outcome of the bail-out discussions at today’s and yesterday’s EU summit, from a UK point of view. We note,Following a “row” with Germany over the UK’s involvement in a new rescue package for G…

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The British press’ preview of today and tomorrow’s summit has been partly dominated by an expected “row” between Cameron and the EU over a Commission proposal to water down rules on asylum. The fact that this has been covered in almost every paper from…

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So, the frank exchange of views with the ECB over our recent research into the ECB’s exposure to peripheral Eurozone countries rumbles on (albeit indirectly for the most part).(See here for our previous response to the ECB)Yesterday, the WSJ Real Tim…

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If you’d happened to pass by Syntagma Square in Athens this Sunday – the site of various protests over the last few weeks – you would have had the chance to reflect on the various chants from the Greek protesters frustrated with their government’s/the …

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Remember AIG?

The Bank of International Settlements – the go-to source for checking the exposure of one economy to another – published some new data last week.As always, it makes for interesting reading. In particular, we were fascinated by this: while European fina…

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