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Weekly SSRN Tax Roundup

Orkhan Abdulkarimli (Baku State), Taxation of E-Commerce Calvin Johnson (Texas), Better Twice Measured: Partner Basis from Partnership Debt, 147 Tax Notes 79 (Apr. 6, 2015) Dominika Langenmayr, Voluntary Disclosure of Evaded Taxes -- Increasing Revenues, or Increasing Incentives to Evade? Wolfram Richter & Markus Breuer, Pricing the Transfer of Intellectual...

GOP must offer a way out of the economic doldrums

American liberals revere the social welfare states of Europe. So much more egalitarian. So much more humane. So much more sophisticated. In growing the welfare state, funded through debt and higher taxes, they have sought to move the United States in the direction of Western Europe. It should come as no surprise that we now […]

Intel for Broadcom? Or Altera? Avago Has Enough Debt to Outbid?

Analysts continue to ponder yesterday’s announcement by Avago Technologies (AVGO) of the biggest tech deal ever, a $37 billion cash and stock purchase of Broadcom (BRCM). Intel (INTC) is hovering in the background, of course, and some think the company could make a competing bid, even as the focus today returns to its rumored interest in [...]

Jacob Lew Warns Time Is Running Out to Reach Greek Debt Deal

The secretary of the U.S. Treasury said after Group of 7 meetings that risks persisted if Greece and its eurozone partners failed to reach an agreement soon.

ACWA Power Secures $2 Billion For Morocco CSP Projects

Saudi Arabia’s ACWA Power has reported progress on the financial front of two landmark solar power projects in Morocco. A consortium led by ACWA Power announced that it has closed debt funding worth $2 billion for two concentrated solar power (CSP) projects in Morocco. Show More Summary

Goldman Sachs Warns “Too Much Debt” Threatens World Economy

Goldman Sachs Warns "Too Much Debt" Threatens World Economy - Debt load of many countries is an economic risk- Ageing populations in developed world to put pressure on economies- Goldman proposes "creative" social policy to deal with...Show More Summary

China central bank eyes more downward pressure on growth

PBOC says pressure will increase this year, as domestic debt levels rise.

Missouri’s Largest Private Landowner and Access Champion Leo Drey Dies at 98

If you’ve ever hiked the chalky hills and bluffs of Missouri’s Ozarks, or if you’ve ever floated one of its remarkable rivers, then you probably owe a debt of gratitude to Leo Drey. Drey, who died this week at age 98, was at one time the largest private landowner in Missouri. Show More Summary

G7 to Support Kiev in Foreign Debt Restructuring - German Finance Minister

The leading economic countries of the G7 are planning on supporting the restructuring of Ukraine’s foreign debt, German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble said Friday.

European stocks open lower

Greek sharemarket leads losses as investors worry over debt talks.

California orchardist discusses his gold strategies

Going for the Gold Photos: News & Experts The more debt our country accumulates the more money it needs to pay the bills. The economy has been poor and the government's solution increasingly has been to print knew money with no collateral...Show More Summary

Exclusive: European rescue fund struggling with low returns

By Matthias Sobolewski BERLIN (Reuters) - Europe's rescue fund is seeking to revise its investment guidelines to allow it to buy lower-rated debt as it grapples with record low interest rates, according to documents from the so-called ESM and German finance ministry seen by Reuters. Show More Summary

European shares drop amid Greek impasse

Conflicting signals from Greece’s debt talks unnerved European shares on Friday. ||| London - European shares fell on Friday, setting them on course for a weekly loss, as investors were unnerved by conflicting signals from Greece's debt talks and data showing private loan growth in the euro zone stalled last month. Show More Summary

Ukraine president signs law allowing suspension of debt repayments

Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko on Thursday signed a law that gives the government the right to halt scheduled repayments on foreign debts if necessary, his press service said. Parliament passed the draft law on May 19 as a wrangle intensified between the near-bankrupt former Soviet republic and its creditors over restructuring $23 billion of foreign […]

Wall Street dips on Greece concerns

American stocks eased on Thursday as mixed messages about Greece’s debt talks kept investor uncertainty high. ||| New York - US stocks eased on Thursday as mixed messages about Greece's debt talks kept investor uncertainty high along with a sharp drop in Chinese shares after brokers tightened margin rules. Show More Summary

Elizabeth Warren Needs You To Help Her "Blow Debt Free College Wide Open"

In “Cancel All Student Debt — The Petitions Begin,” we outlined The White House’s plan to explore “new bankruptcy options” for former students who, by virtue of an anemic US economic “recovery” or by virtue of their having majored in...Show More Summary

States Turn To Pension Ponzi Scheme To Close Funding Gaps

One thing we’ve covered quite extensively of late is the growing fiscal crisis facing state and local governments in the US. To recap a few of the more important (and amusing) stories, recall that Chicago recently saw its debt downgraded...Show More Summary

Stocks Slightly Lower into Final Hour on Rising Emerging Markets Debt Angst, Fed Rate Hike Fears, Global Growth Worries, Transport/Biotech Sector Weakness

Broad Equity Market Tone: Advance/Decline Line: Modestly Lower Sector Performance: Most Sectors Declining Volume: Below Average Market Leading Stocks: Underperforming Equity Investor Angst: Volatility(VIX) 13.62 +2.64% Euro/Yen Carry...Show More Summary

Scoreboard: Grappling with Greece

Wall Street and European markets both pulled back on concerns about Greek debt, while major currencies continued to ease against the greenback.

Market Wrap: Stocks Inch Down on Greece, China Worries

Spencer Platt/Getty Images By Caroline Valetkevitch NEW YORK -- U.S. stocks slipped Thursday as mixed messages about Greece's debt talks kept investor uncertainty high along with a sharp drop in Chinese shares after brokers tightened...Show More Summary

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