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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.
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The Disastrous Consequences of a Euro Crash
"The worst is over," the head of the European Central Bank (ECB) told Germany's Bild newspaper only a few weeks ago.
Euro 2012: Mario Balotelli calls Italy's semi-final victory over Germany ...  Telegraph.co.uk
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Germany overpower Greece
They had entered the game without the suspended Giorgos Karagounis and Jos� Holebas, and with worries over the fitness of left-back Giorgos Tzavellas - hardly the most promising backdrop to their biggest game since the final of UEFA EURO 2004, ...
Euro 20.12% revisited  Significance Magazine
Greece vs. Germany: Euro 2012 transcript  National Post
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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 ...
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George Soros Says The Euro Will Survive
The eurozone may be in turmoil but the investing maestro says the currency will survive. As someone who exchanged some Japanese yen for the euro recently, I have been watching the latter's gyrations with more than usual interest. My purpose was not to ...
Soros on the Euro  New York Times (blog)
George Soros says three months to save the euro  BBC News
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Euro or drachma?
He accused both parties of systematically �looting� Greece while in power and, recently, �poisoning� the political climate with scaremongering over Greece's possible exit from the euro if it fails to keep to the terms of a �130 billion bail-out agreed ...
The moral core
IN A recent post, Simon Wren-Lewis assigned blame in the euro crisis in a provocative way: it's the core's fault! He clearly wants to provide a counterweight to the opposite story ("It's the periphery's fault!
Police and fans clash during a march of Russian supporters to the National ...
The nation's police has also been slammed for being too slow to react to the violence that erupted during the parade, which came ahead of Russia and Poland's 1-1 Euro 2012 draw. Ugly rioting saw 184 arrested, including 156 Poles and 24 Russians, and at ...
Euro 2012: 183 arrested after Polish and Russian clash as march descends ...  Telegraph.co.uk
Battle of Warsaw: Blood on the streets as 183 people are arrested after ...  Mirror.co.uk
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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.
The Euro Is A Frankenstein Currency
What do Dr. Victor Frankenstein, the scientist in Mary Shelley's classic horror story, and the architects of the euro currency have in common?
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