Tags: eurozone banks

Should the Euro Become the Debt-free Money of the United States of Europe?

January 26th, 2014
in Op Ed

The idea that had inspired generations, the United States of Europe, is ALMOST dead.  The euro is the currency of a country that does not exist [1] and it has become the unit of account of differential misery in a crisis that has been expected since 2004… more »

Will Lack of U.S., Canada Support Impede the Eurozone Firewall?

May 5th, 2012
in Op Ed

by Elliott Morss When it comes to Eurozone solutions, it is interesting how different ideas take hold. The current idea is that if there is a big enough firewall, all will be well. This is the position of IMF head Lagarde and the strong Eurozone… more »






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