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Elliott Morss | January 27, 2015

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The Eurozone Is Doomed: Why ECB Bond Purchases and the Greek Election Don’t Matter

January 24th, 2015 |

The Eurozone is doomed, with or without ECB debt purchases. Until Euro members face realities, severe economic problems and political unrest will continue.

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The Economic Impact of Lower Oil Prices on Leading Exporting Countries

January 8th, 2015 |

There is a lot of talk about how lower oil prices will benefit consumers. But there is also the question of how leading oil exporters will handle much lower oil revenues. This article examines this question.

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The “Safest” Countries in the World

November 3rd, 2014 |

In 2013, I wrote a piece on the most dangerous regions in the world. This article updates those findings and adds a listing of the safest countries in the world.

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Geithner Redux: More Will be Learned From Starr International Co., Inc. v. United States, Case No. 11-00779(C) (Fed. Cl.)

October 1st, 2014 |

Not many have heard of the Starr lawsuit against the US government. It is a very interesting case and should provide new information on why AIG was forced to pay off banks in full. This was done even after AIG representatives said they thought they could get banks to settle for 60 cents on the dollar.

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In the Eurozone, What Goes Around Comes Around, Even for Germany

September 10th, 2014 |

Some are suggesting the Eurozone is finally recovering. There are two problems with this statement: The Eurozone is a set of disparate countries; some are doing a lot better than others.

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