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Robert Mundell: Euro is here to stay
In recent months, Robert Mundell, the Nobel economist widely recognized as “the godfather of the euro,” has taken his lumps in the media and in some economic circles.
What would happen to Greece if it left the euro
The first place to feel the full force of a Greek exit from the euro is the country itself. Greece's banks would face collapse as the value of the re-introduced drachma will plunge and Greeks rapidly withdraw their savings.
Euro 2012: France 1-1 England
England's preparation for Euro 2012 were disrupted by injuries - and not even Hodgson's backroom staff were safe as veteran coach Ray Clemence injured himself in the warm-up and had to be carried off.
Euro 2012: Cheap beer, great weather – so where are the England supporters?  The Independent
EXCLUSIVE: Hodgson gambles on Oxlade-Chamberlain as Rooney warns France - We ...  Daily Mail
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The euro is not “money” any more than the monster created by Dr. Frankenstein was a man. Whatever resemblances there may be to the genuine article are merely superficial.
To Save the Euro, Leave It
A better, bolder and, until now, almost inconceivable solution is for Germany to reintroduce the mark, which would cause the euro to immediately decline in value. Such a devaluation would give troubled economies, especially those of Greece, Italy and ...
Balotelli sends Italy past Germany
Euro 2012: Mario Balotelli scores twice as Italy stuns Germany  National Post
Is Grexit good for the euro?
THE departure of Greece from the euro has gone from impossible, to plausible and now almost inevitable—almost regardless of the outcome of this weekend's Greek election.
4 Reasons Why The Euro Project Is Failing
Think of the Euro as a normal innovation project. It happens to be an innovation in sovereign control too, but, for now, imagine it is just a routine innovation project in your company.
Estonia Uses the Euro, and the Economy is Booming
Sixteen months after it joined the struggling currency bloc, Estonia is booming. The economy grew 7.6 percent last year, five times the euro-zone average. Estonia is the only euro-zone country with a budget surplus. National debt is just 6 percent of ...
Euro 2012: Russia punished for a third time for their fans' behaviour
Russia have been punished for a third time for the behaviour of their supporters during Euro 2012. The latest incident is for "the setting off and throwing of fireworks by spectators, and displaying of illicit banners" in their final Group A match ...
Euro 2012: Russia handed suspended six-point deduction for 2016 European ...
Is the Euro Cup Worth the Price Tag?  Slate Magazine
Germany, Not Greece, Should Exit the Euro
All the debate about the pros and cons of a Greek exit from the euro area is missing the point: A German exit might be better for all concerned.