Shifting bad consumer & business debts from banks to the public, but the way this bank bailout got packaged is pretty nifty.
They’re already under pressure from the deteriorating market.
Well, that didn’t take long. Whatever happened to Eurozone’s new bail-in rule?
The stakes are enormous.
“It’s not easy to distribute and sell the pilfered contents of 600 pipelines each and every day.”
Rampant unaffordability and a slew of other reasons.
Companies feel the pain as euro junk-bond yields more than doubled.
No one knows what’s going to happen.
Soaring rents outran tenant wages, which can’t last.
After “the worst-on-record unbelievably bad” November, even e-commerce gets hit, not just brick & mortar, on fears Christmas sales could be terrible.