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Stratfor: Options and Conditions for a Spanish Bailout

Stratfor Europe analyst Adriano Bosoni discusses the financial assistance options that the European Union could provide Spain and the conditions they would include. For more analysis, visit: http://www.Stratfor.com (click here if video is not observable)

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Greece Is The Word….And A Done Deal

After the Eurozone’s failure to conclude a Greek deal last week, we posted So the hangup is not over whether there will be a deal, but what type and how much debt relief Greece will be granted by the official … Continue reading

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Spain’s Rajoy Delays Bailout Request

Conditionality is political poison in Spain on the receiving end and in Nor Euro without it.  Therein lies Europe’s conundrum. (click here if video is not observable)

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Spain bailout pressure mounts

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Greece ruling coalition members quit over austerity plan

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France Approves Greece Bailout

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‘The Euro Was Equivalent of US’ Subprime Securities’

This quote is from today’s Spiegel Online International, which has an excellent summation of what the German newspapers are saying about the Eurozone sovereign debt crisis.   The leftist Die Tageszeitung writes: “Where earlier countries with small currencies like the Irish … Continue reading

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Irish Sentiment

This cartoon of Prime Minister Brian Cowen is on the cover of today’s Irish Times.  Pretty much sums up how the Irish feel.  How long can the Euro last?                       … Continue reading

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