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The Euro: Bad Idea, Poorly Executed, Hard to Fix
Co-authored by Kim Schoenholtz. When the Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded the 2012 Peace Prize to the European Union (EU), they cited advances in "peace, democracy, and human rights.
Euro Here to Stay  New York Times
Only big debt restructuring can save euro  Financial Times
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If Germany were to leave the euro, it would be better off
Not that the German economy has been a stonking success during the euro's existence. Its average growth rate has been only 1.4pc, below the UK's - and below Spain's and Ireland's.
Germany should return to the deutsche mark  Jerusalem Post
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The euro is heading for a permanent state of depression
In any case, the growth problem in Europe is not so much one of too much austerity as the straitjacket of the euro itself. This has prevented both the natural corrective of exchange-rate adjustment and the application of appropriate monetary policy to ...
Euro-Area Unemployment Rate Rises to Record: Economy  Bloomberg
Euro Zone Consumer Spending Outlook Grim As Unemployment Hits Record ...  International Business Times
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French phone bill waived after 12qn-euro blunder
A woman in south-west France, who received a telephone bill of nearly 12 quadrillion euros, has had the real amount she owed waived - after the company admitted its mistake.
Frenchwoman receives phone bill for 11721000000000000 euros  Herald Sun
Phone company to woman: You owe us $15 quadrillion  CNET
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Panama leader tells Germany he wants to adopt euro
"In Panama the currency in free circulation is the American dollar and I told the chancellor we are looking for ways for the euro to become another currency of legal circulation and to be accepted in the Panamanian market," President Ricardo Martinelli ...
Panama wants the euro as legal tender  euronews
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Depositors Fleeing Euro Get Negative Rates at State Street
Oct. 9 (Bloomberg) -- State Street Corp. and Bank of New York Mellon Corp., two of the world's biggest custody banks, will charge depositors to hold Danish kroner and Swiss francs as customers seek refuge from the crisis-stricken euro. State Street ...
No Good Deals When Departing Euro  Benzinga
CORRECTED-Banks charge clients for Danish kroner, Swiss franc deposits  Reuters
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To Save the Euro, Establish Dual Currencies
With record high unemployment in the euro zone, failing austerity measures, and restive populations in southern Europe, the E.U.
Euro Truck Simulator 2 Promo Trailer
Travel across Europe as king of the road, a trucker who delivers important cargo across impressive distances! With dozens of cities to explore from the UK, Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, and many more, your endurance, skill and speed ...
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Support for the euro hits historical low in Denmark
Only one-fifth of Danes want increased economic integration with Europe, according to the latest polls. A referendum on potential euro membership is not in sight, say members of the government. The financial crisis in Europe is so deep that a ...
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The Folly of Denmark's Currency Peg
I think the necessary context for this has to be Denmark's misguided policy of pegging its currency to the euro. Sweden, which like Denmark isn't on the euro but unlike Denmark lets its currency float, depreciated substantially during the crisis and ...
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