The government awards the largest banks all sorts of privileges, working against the public interest.
A bid to get banks to lend more to subprime borrowers will fail because of new regulations.
The Cyprus solution drew on normal bankruptcy procedures. Applying this elsewhere could reduce uncertainty.
The ratings agencies engaged in fraud, but the government that seeks to punish them for it is no less guilty.
The idea that austerity is killing Greece is absurd. The problem is the inability to practice austerity.
The West African country has made a bold move to hold its creditors in Buenos Aires responsible.
Chronic financial mismanagement and a burst real-estate bubble are more than Madrid can handle.
Both the markets and politicians are underestimating the risks associated with the ECB’s new course.
Presumptive incoming president Xi Jinping will enter office with a very full plate.
The region is backsliding on its commitment to democracy. And only Brazil can save it.