Dec 31, 2011
The prices of financial assets, which in normal conditions move in unpredictable directions, are increasingly surging up or down in lock step.
In 2011, European governments badly underestimated the debt crisis and the United States nearly defaulted and had its credit rating cut.
Companies that granted stock options after the 2008 stock market collapse are benefiting from those awards too - in the form of tax savings.
Spain's new conservative government forecast the country's 2011 budget deficit at 8 percent of its gross domestic product.
The HSBC purchasing managers' index edged up to 48.7 in December, from a 32-month low of 47.7 in November. An index reading under 50 indicates contraction.
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