Tag Archives: financial reform

Spanish saving banks: the dark night of the (faithless) souls

Knowing that much depends on confidence on the side of the markets, the Bank of Spain took a much protracted measure on February and lifted a bit the veil that covers the assets of Spain’s financial system. Some details were … Continue reading

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The gain of Spain goes mainly down the drain

OK, you got me: I know I am by my own rules supposed  to start these posts with a (supposedly) funny cartoon, but it so happens that drawing takes a lot of time. Sometimes it cannot be found and, worse, … Continue reading

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The twitter financial reforms

From Egypt to Italy, autocrats in the Mediterranean fringe are being challenged by risings dubbed  by the media the “Twitter revolutions”. I, for one, have serious doubts about the decisiveness of Twitter and the social networks in organizing these movements.

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