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Spanish Unemployment Hits 24.4% !!!

Posted by Larry Doyle on April 27th, 2012 11:26 AM |

Think Spain is speeding on its way over the proverbial cliff? Let’s emphasize the “speeding”.

Continuing on our focus today of issues within the EU, Spain — merely the 9th largest economy in the world — announced today that its unemployment rate hit 24.4%. For purposes of context, that rate stood at a relatively mild 7.9% in 2007. 

OUCH…24.4% unemployment is a whole lot of pain!!!  (more…)

IMF: “Spain’s Economy Needs Far-Reaching and Comprehensive Reforms”

Posted by Larry Doyle on May 25th, 2010 9:00 AM |

Global markets are down 2-3% overnight. What is going on?

From a military standpoint, all eyes are focused on the Korean Peninsula after North Korea’s admission of sinking a South Korean vessel in late March. How will the world respond? Will the U.S. issue some sort of warning shot across the North Korean bow? Will the international community, and especially those who treasure freedom, rally and aggressively denounce the North Korean’s aggression or will we witness what amounts to a ‘kumbaya’ session?

From an economic standpoint, all eyes are focused on the Euro-zone where fiscal pressures remain elevated. Today the focus is Spain. (more…)






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