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Spain must leave the euro
Now, other than leaving the euro, he's got no choice. Even on gay marriage, Mr Rajoy has failed to deliver as promised.
The end of the euro's Indian summer  The Economist
Euro slides for second straight week as Spain woes persist  Reuters
What 20 Euros Will Get You Around The Eurozone
But you might be surprised at the big disparities in pricing you can find between the countries. For example, if you're a coffee nut, you might be better off vacationing in Portugal than Greece.
Five myths about the euro crisis
1. The Europeans will never get their act together. The euro zone will never be a United States of Europe, and the cacophony of voices on the continent will continue to spook the markets.
ECB signals resolve to save euro  Financial Times
ECB plan pushes euro to two-month high against dollar  BBC News
US Companies Brace for an Exit From the Euro by Greece
Even as Greece desperately tries to avoid defaulting on its debt, American companies are preparing for what was once unthinkable: that Greece could soon be forced to leave the euro zone. Bank of America Merrill Lynch has looked into filling trucks with ...
How Merrill Lynch 'plans to send trucks full of cash into Greece' as ...  Daily Mail
Draghi alone cannot save the euro
OMTs will enable us to address severe distortions in government bond markets which originate from, in particular, unfounded fears on the part of investors of the reversibility of the euro.” In making this case, Mr Draghi argued that “you have large ...
In Victory for Merkel, German Court Ruling Favors European Bailout Fund  New York Times
Game change?  The Economist
Can Spain Get Competitive With Germany Fast Enough to Save the Euro?
On Thursday I wrote that fiscal imbalances were the eurozone's fundamental problem. In a nutshell, if the euro is going to survive, either periphery countries have to become more competitive and boost their exports or else core countries will have to ...
Germany to become Spain's largest trading partner  FreshPlaza
Dutch seen shunning euro radicals in election
But the Netherlands is likely to remain an awkward, tough-talking member of the single currency area, strongly resisting transfers to euro zone debtors, regardless of whether caretaker Prime Minister Mark Rutte's Liberals or the center-left Labour ...
Euro debt crisis top of mind as Dutch head to polls  Christian Science Monitor
Dutch elections: fragile coalition expected
Depression, Suicides Rise as Euro Debt Crisis Intensifies
Europe is approaching a crisis as the region's debt crisis and austerity measures increase the rates of depression, suicide and psychological problems - just as governments cut healthcare spending by up to 50 percent, according to campaigners, policy ...
CITI: A Greek Exit From The Euro Is Now 'More Manageable And Hence More Likely'
Citi chief economist Willem Buiter and his team are out with their latest monthly Global Outlook and Strategy report, and they still see a Greek exit from the euro as a near certainty. In fact, they think it's looking more likely than it did last month ...
The euro's demise may be the final chapter of the ERM debacle
By poisoning our relationship with Europe almost beyond redemption, it helped save the UK from running headlong into the madness of monetary union.