Wolfgang Reuter

Articles by Wolfgang Reuter


  • Europe Agonizes over How to Rein in Banks
    Egged on by popular outrage over banker bonuses, politicians from London to Berlin are struggling to curb bank excesses without killing the golden goose
  • Should the EU Rescue Greece?
    Europe might be able to afford to let Greece go broke, but if the debt cancer spreads to other countries, not acting now could be a disaster for the euro
  • Greek Debt Threatens the Euro
    Europe's economy is improving, but Greece's public debt is so high that the country could default—with potentially dire results for the common currency
  • Countries Stand Divided At G20 Summit
    Politicians may put on a united front, but European countries still don't agree on many of the issues to be discussed at the G20 meeting in Pittsburgh
  • Finance: The Global Casino Has Reopened
    Investment banks are making giant profits again, thanks in part to taxpayers. Speculation is back—but now the public is shouldering the risk


  • More German Companies Seeking Handouts
    Formerly confident execs—even from companies that disdain government aid—are lining up in growing numbers for a piece of Germany's $155 billion stimulus
  • Deutsche Bank's Sordid Spying Scandal
    Worried about information leaks and a nettlesome shareholder, the venerable German bank hired private snoops who sometimes went too far
  • German Banks Cash in on the Crisis
    The government has provided billions in backing, yet some critics say banks still aren't lending enough or passing on lower interest rates



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