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Forbes: Europe. Forbes Europe: Fisher To Bears: Get In The Market Before It's Too Late. April, 26th,2010

Latest Stories Fisher To Bears: Get In The Market Before It's Too Late Fisher Investments' Ken Fisher says bears should climb over the wall of worry to get some profits. Read More Iceland Fallout As the volcanic ash settles and flights resume, Europe counts the cost. Read More Forget Greece China can create one and a half Greeces in the space of twelve months, says one economist. Read More China's Renminbi Needs Rejigging A former adviser to China's central bank says the currency needs a gradual appreciation. Read More IMF, World Bank Seek Stability Proposals to address financial instability have yet to overcome political and technical barriers. Read More Click for updates:

Forbes Europe: March 23rd., 2010

Latest Stories Premier League Scores $2 Billion The soccer league sets a record with its latest round of international broadcasting rights renewals. Read More A More United Europe The Greek debt crisis could be the best thing that has happened to the E.U. Read More The Communitarian Curse The dangerous rhetoric of British academic Phillip Blond. Read More Len Blavatnik: Hollywood Mogul? The Russian billionaire is rumored to be bidding for several studios. Read More A Billionaire's Pact With God Britain's Albert Gubay is pledging most of his fortune to charity, fulfilling a decades-old promise. Read More

Forbes Europe: Latest Stories, March 17th, 2010

Latest Stories Forget The European Monetary Fund Would an IMF-style fund for the EU prevent a repeat of the Greek debt crisis? Not likely. Read More Christine Lagarde On European Bailouts France's finance minister pushes the PIIGS nations to decrease their debts. Read More Brown's Union Turbulence The British prime minister should condemn BA' obnoxious union. Too bad it's his biggest donor Read More Turkey's Financial Risks The shelving of talks on an IMF deal could upset economic recovery. Read More Stalin's Ghost The Communist dictator still haunts Russia's quest for freedom and dignity. Read More