I didn’t want to bump an old thread from December but I was interested. A few months ago people were predicting the end of the Euro. Now I was reading in the Financial Times how even if Greece and a few others bailed, the Euro would still be OK.
Of course there is the Iceland example, which according to the FT is a shinging example. I don’t know about that, but what I read made sense.
What’s the state of it now? Do you see it collapsing? Or do you see counrties leaving? If so then what?
As a person who’s been out of work (well underemployed) for about 9 months, I am looking at how the Euro may drive the US back into a recession. If that is at all possible.