Back in the 1920s, an Austrian newspaper won the title for headline of the decade with a front-page story that read, "Archduke Franz Ferdinand Found Alive; Great War Fought By Mistake."
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It is too early for European leaders to declare work on their economic rescue over despite the temptation to do so, U.S. economists say.
They are handing Europe's trouble spots over to the technocrats.
National, state and local debt in the United States likely will top post-World War II levels because conditions have changed, economists said.
It has become increasingly hard to find a country without a debt crisis looming, economists said.
Rising interest rates on rising debt could haunt the United States much like the crisis that sneaked up on U.S. homeowners, a Harvard University economist said.
A former International Monetary Fund chief economist said in Singapore that a large bank failing was to be expected soon.
The Cato Institute's 21st annual monetary Conference Thursday, on the future of the euro, achieved more or less unanimous consensus: the euro can be expected to be very strong against the dollar in the next two years, soaring to $1.50 or more, but is in s
There was general consensus on one thing at the American Enterprise Institute Tuesday, in a discussion on "The fall of the dollar and the global economy:" The dollar''s fall could have a lot further to go.