Some more news about how negative the situation is worldwide with crisis, economic recession and negative impacts on people ,jobs, employment opportunities and business.
Our aim is to inform even though we are passing on this negativity:
Debt fears as buy-out firms opt for refinancing
Private equity firms are set to take billions of pounds out of UK companies in a refinancing glut that has raised fears of a new credit bubble.
Greece close to the edge..what now?
Greek premier, Antonis Samaras, has warned that his country could not manage beyond November without the next tranche of international aid and cautioned of the consequences of unemployment for democracy in Greece.
NOT BUSINESS BUT… HELP AND PROTECT CHILDREN…THIS BREAKS MY HEART
April Jones: Madeleine McCann expert drafted in to help
The forensic psychologist who advised detectives searching for Madeleine McCann has been drafted in to help investigate the April Jones abduction, it has emerged.
Why Germany must face up to its €1 trillion headache
Here is a great one….Surprised? shocked?
Morgan Stanley: ‘We have too many overpaid bankers’
Wall Street has too many bankers and they are paid too much given the challenges facing the industry, according to James Gorman, the chief executive of Morgan Stanley.
‘Let the big banks fail’ for a better economy, says financial mandarin
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-2213220/Letting-big-banks-fail-holy-grail-says-BoE-FSA-official-Andrew-
One of Britain’s leading financial watchdogs has described allowing big banks to fail without receiving a bailout from taxpayers as the ‘holy grail’.
Andrew Bailey, a senior official at the Bank of England and the Financial Services Authority, said it must be a top priority for regulators when rules come into force next year.
Taxpayers are sitting on combined losses of more than £30billion in Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds as share prices have plunged since they were bailed out in 2008.
ONCE AGAIN WE HAVE EXAMPLES OF HOW BAD UNEMPLOYMENT IS
The cries of find me a job
No career opportunities
No idea of where to find a job
All Zynkin can do is offer an opportunity to anyone and maybe for some this is an option http://www.zynkin.com
15,000 queue for 150 Madrid factory jobs
More than 15,000 people looking for work queued to apply for just 150 vacancies at the factory of agricultural machinery company John Deere on the outskirts of Madrid.
Wanted: one au pair. Result: 2,000 applications
When Rosie Murray-West advertised for a home help last month, nothing prepared her for the mountain of letters from desperate youngsters pleading for work – mainly from Spain. It didn’t take her long to discover why.
I’m under no illusion. It’s not the quality of our family home but the “pain in
Spain” that has meant that we are suddenly awash with applicants. More than 80
per cent of them are Iberian and of the rest, most are Italian, French or other
countries in the eurozone whose names are frequently suffixed with the words
Spain does not need a bailout – Luis de Guindos
Spain’s economy minister Luis de Guindos has denied that his country needs a bailout.
His speech in London was interrupted by a group of protesters who waved placards saying “Spain for sale” – opposition to austerity cuts is high in the eurozone’s fourth-largest economy.
Rumours have circulated that Spain will ask for a bailout, as soon as this weekend.