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Debt crisis: Mario Draghi pledges to do 'whatever it takes' to save euro
When asked what probability he would assign to the euro zone having the same number of members it has today in two years, he added: "I don't venture into speculations about things like changes in the treaty.
DOW JONES, A NEWS CORP COMPANY  Wall Street Journal
The origins of money, and saving the euro
IT IS really hard to see where the euro is going. Spanish yields are up again today, meaning Madrid's debt looks less and less sustainable.
Who Warned About the Euro First?
As the world's financial markets begin to price in a total collapse of the euro project, there's no shortage of economists and other experts saying they always knew it was doomed to failure.
Who Needs the Euro When You Can Pay With Deutsche Marks?
Germans officially traded in the currency for euro bills and coins on Jan. 1, 2002, and the mark immediately ceased to be legal tender.
Germans Are Buying Stuff With Deutsche Marks Again  Business Insider
German Deutsche Marks Still in Circulation  Benzinga
Euro break-up: Let Germany lead the northern core and France the rest
By now it is widely recognised that some form of euro break-up is on the cards. Yet what form? It may be that only one country leaves, with the rest continuing as now.
France, Germany celebrate friendship amid crisis  Reuters
The euro is "irreversible" and not in danger, says Draghi
The euro is “irreversible” and the beleaguered currency union is not in danger of collapsing, according to European Central Bank President Mario Draghi, who also argued that eurozone nations will eventually be bound even closer together.
ECB's Draghi says euro not in danger  Reuters
Nouriel Roubini's Euro-Zone 'Endgame' Scenario  Wall Street Journal (blog)
Euro exit and depreciation would bring economic gains
For countries afflicted by the twin problems of excessive debt and uncompetitiveness, leaving the euro and letting their new currency fall potentially offers not just a feasible but even an attractive way out.
Euro Crisis: The German Approach Is at Least Partially Correct  Huffington Post
Disciplined borrowing needed to fix European crisis  Boston Globe
With a bang, not a whimper
The reports of BCA, a Montreal-based research shop, stand out for how incisively they diagnose the causes of the euro crisis and the plausibility of the scenarios they sketch for its resolution.
We knew the euro was a bad idea in 1961. What went wrong?
So, would a solution to the Euro crisis be to teach everyone, say, German? Despite the obvious historical faux pas of imposing Deutsche Uber Alles, this would raise employment in the short run for Germans (as teachers) - the opposite of what is needed.
Exchange rates, headaches
First, despite the recent weakening of the euro, the real puzzle is why it is so strong. There is now a decent chance that the euro will cease to exist in five or so years, but the real effective exchange rate (the exchange rate taking account of ...