Links: Europe’s never ending crisis – ECB and Italy, Spain, Slovenia, and Greece

Here’s round two of the links, this time on Europe. It is mostly about the ECB and the rumours about unlimited liquidity. I have already written about this twice today so I won’t say any more. But I will note the Reuters article on how Angela Merkel has a friend in Mario Draghi at the ECB. This article is very much out of character compared to the usual fare we see. It suggests that the pragmatism in both actors pulls them together for common cause despite the perceived differences in agendas. I think it’s a great and perceptive article and probably the best one to read in today’s links.

Enjoy.

Schuldenkrise: Bankenkrise erfasst Sloweniens Realwirtschaft | FTD.de

Slovenia's problems have increased and at the beginning of the last week the yield on its 10-year debt reached 7.5%. Th...


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