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By Josué Michels, from December 30, 2016 in Analysis »
With the euro crisis, the Russian threat, the refugee crisis and Brexit, many leading European politicians are expressing doubt in the continuity of the EU. Did the dream of the United States of Europe fail?
By Richard Palmer, from December 7, 2016 in Analysis »
The euro is heading for a crisis. The only question is when.
By Josué Michels, from November 2, 2016 in Analysis »
Fintech, Blockchain, Start-ups, Banking Revolution … but what about me?
By Richard Palmer, from October 18, 2016 in Featured »
Germany’s most important bank and Italy’s entire banking system seem on the brink of total meltdown.
By Andrew Miiller, from June 10, 2016 in News »
While the Bilderberg Group may not be the world shadow government of conspiracy theorist lore, it is still one of the most influential groups in the world.
When governments talk about banning their own money, you know they are up to something. 
Europe is changing its financial regulations in a way that invites catastrophe. 
By Robert Morley, from February 26, 2016 in Analysis »
Centrifugal and centripetal forces are pulling at Europe. Which will win?
By Richard Palmer, from December 7, 2016 in Featured »
How a banking crisis in Italy could reverberate around the world
By Richard Palmer, from January 1, 2016 in Analysis »
A political earthquake is sweeping across southern Europe. Italy’s banking system is on the brink of collapse. A Europe-wide revolt against Germany is brewing. Can the euro survive 2016?