The rejection of the $700 billion bailout has crossed oceans and rippled through world markets.
The blog “Eurointelligence” recalls the time when Europeans could not fathom how a U.S.-centric financial crisis could affect European banks, which have suffered in tandem with the U.S.
Henning Meyer of “Social Europe Blog” offers perspective from across the pond and discusses the need for a remodeled regulatory framework worldwide.
At “Macro Man” blog, an anonymous author extends blame of the global crisis to irresponsible lending practices in England as Germany, citing that the U.S. is not alone to blame.
The Latin America blog “Foreign Policy Association” describes what the U.S. credit crisis means for Argentina’s economy.
The Financial Times reports that the economic crisis has led Americans to call for greater global ties.
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