JD's Betting Blog: Why goals in Italy can prove profitable - Yahoo! Singapore ... week in the football betting markets which ... will have to take in their efforts to� lift this ... leagues are lagging behind Spain, where ... 12/6/2013 - 8:21 am | View Link
Q&A: EU freedom of movement - BBC ... in Lithuania to Valencia in Spain - without once ... did not fully open their labour markets to ... on the two Balkan nations before it will ... 12/5/2013 - 1:15 pm | View Link
Crown continues with investments in Europe to support future growth - Material Handling Wholesaler ... service and distributioncentres in Spain (Madrid ... for the EMEA region and other world markets. ... enabling us to develop robust lift ... 12/5/2013 - 12:59 pm | View Link
European shares stabilize after sell-off, euro firm before ECB - Yahoo! Finance GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares stabilise after sell-off, euro firm before ECB - Reuters UK 12/5/2013 - 4:54 am | View Link
GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian shares tested by Fed nerves, euro awaits ECB - Yahoo! Finance GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian markets dither, Tokyo shares try to rally - Reuters UK 12/4/2013 - 1:34 pm | View Link
EURO GOVT-Calmer stock markets lift Spain, Italy debt LONDON, June 12 (Reuters) - Spanish, Italian and other lower-rated euro zone bond prices rose on Wednesday as riskier assets stabilised after a recent sell-off on concerns central bank stimulus could be cut back. Euro zone bonds have fallen ... 06/12/2013 - 12:44 am | View Link
GLOBAL MARKETS-Earnings, data lift stocks, Spain yields off NEW YORK, Oct 18 (Reuters) - Global shares edged up on Thursday, with a European benchmark at a 15-month closing high as tension surrounding the euro zone's debt crisis eased further. Italy sold a whopping 18 billion euros in its "biggest result ... 10/18/2012 - 6:00 am | View Link
Markets get lift from US jobs figures LONDON (AP) -- A surprisingly big drop in weekly U.S. jobless claims helped shore up financial markets Thursday despite a downgrade of Spain's sovereign credit rating. The Labor Department reported that claims last week fell by 30,000 to 339,000 ... 10/11/2012 - 2:47 am | View Link
Europe stocks wobble; budget cuts lift Spain Spain’s Rajoy unveils €65 billion in new austerity The move was largely expected, but Dukic pointed to an increase in the standard rate of value-added tax to 21% from 18% as a surprise announcement. He had expected VAT to be upped to 20%. 07/11/2012 - 5:26 am | View Link
Spain banks bailout to lift markets Spain's plea for a banking bailout of up to £81 billion is set to lift markets on Monday despite its leader's grim warnings of more pain ahead. Spanish prime minister Mariano Rajoy admitted that its banks needed a cash injection and warned of another "bad ... 06/10/2012 - 7:39 pm | View Link
A commercial which has been airing on MSNBC may be the most bizarre salvo in the “War on Christmas” yet.
The ad opens with a smiling little girl, named by an unseen narrator as “Amy.”
“She lives in America. She’s free to smile to show she’s happy. Everyone’s OK with this,” the narrator says, before adding that she is a Christian, “free to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ to show she’s happy.
Molly Jackman, Brookings
Much of the media commentary on President Obama’s big inequality speech was cynical. You know the drill: it’s yet another “reboot” that will go nowhere; none of it will have any effect on policy, and so on. But before we talk about the speech’s possible political impact or lack thereof, shouldn’t we look at the substance?
Religion has once again become the “opiate of the people.” But this time, instead of seducing the proletariat into accepting its position in a capitalist society, it lulls atheists into believing that abolishing religion would bring about utopia. It is rather disturbing trend in a country whose greatest reformer was a Reverend — Dick Gregory has said, “Ten thousand years from now, the only reason a history book will mention the United States is to note where Martin Luther King Jr.
Republican Senate hopeful and U. S. Rep. Tom Cotton said Friday that President Barack Obama should visit Arkansas to see the effects of the nation's new health care law — issuing a no-lose invitation that his campaign opponent and more »