Bank of England: Greek Debt Crisis Could Spark a Stock Market Crash

By Thursday, July 2, 2015

Bank of England Warns of Stock Market Collapse in 2015The Bank of England is warning that a Greek debt default could ripple across global financial markets, possibly triggering a global economic collapse and stock market crash in 2015.In the Financial Stability Report, U.K. central bank Governor Mark Carney said, “the risks associated with Greece and its failure so far to reach a deal with its international creditors have grown acute, and threaten to trigger a selloff in financial. Read More

Jim Rogers Foresees Greece’s Economic Collapse, Thus Igniting a Stock Market Crash

By Thursday, July 2, 2015

stock market crashWhile central bankers and media outlets try to prop up financial markets with upbeat rhetoric, investors should be worried about a Greek economic collapse and possible stock market crash as early as next week.At least, that’s according to billionaire investor Jim Rogers. In an interview with Russia Today earlier this week, the former hedge fund manager predicated that a Greek debt default could shake the global economy and plunge. Read More

S&P 500 Up on Strong Job Numbers in June

By Thursday, July 2, 2015

S&P 500 Up on Strong Job NumbersWall Street opened slightly higher on Thursday, July 2nd, as job growth slowed down in June, lowering the probability that the Federal Reserve will raise the interest rate this year. European stock markets traded lower and the mood was one of caution with Greece set to vote on a referendum on Sunday.Job growth slows down in the summer and labor participation shrinks an indication that the Federal Reserve may. Read More

Why Greece Could Signal the Great Crash of 2015

By Wednesday, July 1, 2015

great crash 2015The staying power of the Greek tragedy that has been unfolding in Greece is amazing. While this may have pleased Homer, it may also be what causes the start of the great crash of 2015.The ongoing drama in Greece, which has captivated the world stock markets, is looking like it could worsen even more. Under recently elected Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, the country has toyed with its lenders and. Read More

Greek Debt Default Might Mean a Stock Market Crash in 2015

By Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Greek Debt DefaultGreece is hours away from defaulting on its debt obligations to creditors, threatening a global stock market crash and possible eurozone economic collapse in 2015.European Union authorities are scrambling to patch together a last-minute deal to prevent a Greek debt default and keep the over-indebted country in the eurozone. Greece is due to pay billions of dollars to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) at midnight. But if no agreement. Read More

Stock Market Crash Feared Ahead of Greek Debt Talks

By Tuesday, June 30, 2015

stock market crashWall Street opened higher after suffering from the worst day of the year on Monday, June 29th. Eurozone stocks recovered after a devastating day on Tuesday but remained cautious as Greece moves towards default on a debt payment to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).The Greece government and its creditors failed to reach a deal over the weekend which forced the country to close all banks until Thursday and impose. Read More

Marc Faber: How to Survive a Greek Economic Collapse

By Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Economic Collapse 2015Instead of focusing on a possible interest rate hike from the Federal Reserve, investors should be worried about a eurozone economic collapse in 2015.At least that is according to Marc Faber, the editor of the popular Doom, Boom, and Gloom Report. During an interview on Monday, June 29 on Bloomberg Television, the ‘permabear’ commentator contended that the situation in Greece is beyond repair. Even worse, the consequences. Read More

Mohamed El-Erian: 85% Chance of Greece Leaving Eurozone

By Monday, June 29, 2015

Greece 85% Sure to Leave Eurozone, According to Mohamed El-ErianFormer Chief Executive Officer of Pacific Investment Management Co. (Pimco) Mohamed El-Erian predicts there is an 85% chance that Greece will leave the eurozone within the next few weeks. This would possibly spark a period of extreme market volatility. (Source: Bloomberg, June 29, 2015.)On Sunday night, Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras announced that Greek banks would be closed, imposing a daily withdrawal limit of 60 euros on bank. Read More

Stock Market Crash: Eurozone Economic Collapse Feared After Greece Bank Runs

By Monday, June 29, 2015

stock market crashInternational stock markets crashed on Monday, June 29, as fears of a eurozone economic collapse soured investor sentiment.A frustrating Greek crisis continues to hit the global markets, as the country closed all banks and imposed capital controls. Uncertainty surrounding the fate of Greece is dragging the equity market lower; the Greek stock exchange remained close and European stocks turned significantly lower.China’s stock market tumbled again on Monday. Plunging. Read More

European Stocks Up As Greece Deal Seems Likely

By Monday, June 22, 2015

Greece DealOn Monday June 22nd, Greece extended an olive branch to its European creditors by proposing structural reforms to its welfare state.European markets took a dive last week when negotiations stalled over how to best reform Greece’s pensions system. International Monetary Fund (IMF) negotiators, backed by the EU and Germany, insisted on deep cuts to benefits.Many view it as Greece’s only path to fiscal sustainability—the surest way of hitting. Read More


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