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Can we now safely say that the Eurozone is doomed?

 
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Can we now safely say that the Eurozone is doomed?
So, Breaking news is - the greeks have just announced that they cannot form a coalition government.

The new French PM looks likey to ditch Austerity measures.


The Spanish Government are in turmoil over Austerity and debt.

Angela Mercel made comments today about Germany not changing course, and having a dig at Frances new PM.

The Netherlands government is non-existent!

The UK PM and chancelor are under massive public pressure about Austerity and failing policies.

The Euro is at a 4 year low, bonds are going up accross the board, stocks are tanking globally as we speak.....


Can we safely say that the Euro doom shit has just been confirmed??????
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Re: Can we now safely say that the Eurozone is doomed?
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Re: Can we now safely say that the Eurozone is doomed?
i guess the only question left is, when will the whole god damn system go bang
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Re: Can we now safely say that the Eurozone is doomed?
Greeks need to bring back the Drachma at 50 cents to the Euro and go back to doing what they do best. Exporting food and importing tourists. It will be tough for 5 years but better than 50 years of crushing austerity.

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