Does the Euro survive?

Chris Watling & Harry  Colvin | Longview Economics | 03 August 2012


The Euro crisis has always ultimately only had two final outcomes – either a significant break-up of some form, whether a north-south split or a smaller Northern break away by the most fiscally sound and similarly structured economies (Germany, Finland and the Netherlands) – or, full political and economic union.

Increasingly, as this crisis has continued, the probability of option two has been rising and the probability of option one falling. Indeed, each chapt...

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