What happened in Europe this week?

The statistics coming regularly from EU member states keep reiterating one thing: the crisis is not over. Maybe drones will help eliminate it.

What happened in Europe this week?

The statistics coming regularly from EU member states keep reiterating one thing: the crisis is not over. Maybe drones will help eliminate it.

What happened last week in EU?

News releases about the end of the crisis come as regularly as sunrise. Greece has a surplus. Brussels has a whole lot of new ideas for spending money.

With booming gold trade, many small and inexperienced investors are considering purchasing some bullion. While the gold from officials sources...

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The statistics coming regularly from EU member states keep reiterating one thing: the crisis is not over. Maybe drones will help eliminate it.

The statistics coming regularly from EU member states keep reiterating one thing: the crisis is not over. Maybe drones will help eliminate it.

Icelandic PM went to a promotional event. Greece lowers tax, Fitch lowers ratings. Piece of art to be built in Brussels.

Icelandic PM went to a promotional event. Piece of art to be built in Brussels.

The financial crisis has been with us for six years and counting. The symptoms don’t change- growing unemployment, low or even none economic growth, the same ineffective measures adopted by governments and central banks. However, one thing that does change is the perception of the crisis

The statistics coming regularly from EU member states keep reiterating one thing: the crisis is not over. Maybe drones will help eliminate it.

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