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Tag Archives: Eurozone
SBS Journeyman Pictures July 2012 While political parties bitterly debate Greece’s future in the eurozone, locals are finding their own solutions – one that doesn’t rely on the Euro at all. Could the people of Volos have found the answer? … Continue reading
UKIP Media UK Independence party leader Nigel Farge says Greece will be destroyed if she does not leave the Eurozone.
BBC News Conservative peer and former deputy prime minister Lord Heseltine has told the BBC that he thinks the UK will join the euro “if it survives”. The pro-European politician, recently appointed as a government adviser, told the Daily Politics … Continue reading
Lynn Parramore AlterNet The rate of people taking their own lives is soaring in Europe at such a clip that the trend has given birth to a new media term: “Suicide by economic crisis.” If suicide is a measure of … Continue reading
BBC News German Chancellor Angela Merkel has told the BBC it would be a huge political mistake if debt-stricken Greece was allowed to leave the euro. In an exclusive interview, she said Germany would do everything it could to keep … Continue reading
Flanders News Belgium’s Herman Van Rompuy is standing for a new term as term as European Council President. The reappointment of the Flemish Christian democrat politician is expected to be rubberstamped by a European Council at the beginning of March. … Continue reading
Source: BBC/Youtube In a scary and painfully frank interview a freaked out BBC interviewer is visibly shaken when market trader Alessio Rastani predicts that the “Market is Toast.” Apparently there is nothing Euro governments can do.
Source: Telegraph Downing Street says Britain is ready to consider a request for extra funds from the International Monetary Fund, which is seeking to boost its firepower to around $1 trillion to safeguard the global economy. The government made the … Continue reading