Articles by Martin Baccardax

Fed Action and Economic Data Disappoint European markets are on the back foot this morning after investors were disappointed by the size of a monetary stimulus plan from the US Federal Reserve and data from China and Europe pointed to a continued slowdown in the two manufacturing economies
Jun 21, 2012
European rally snuffed out by Spain Investors enjoyed short-lived rally this morning after yesterday’s elections in Greece delivered what could be a pro-bailout government that will prevent an early exit from the single currency.
Jun 18, 2012
European markets eye weekend elections European markets are holding onto modest gains Friday ahead of critical elections in Greece and France that could shape the direction of the Eurozone. Greeks will go to the polls for a second time in as many months in an effort to elected a governmen
Jun 15, 2012