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If It’s Tuesday, It Must Be Belgium

Eurozoning Out The eurozone’s outlook was the most grave since the slow motion train wreck of European sovereign debt began two years ago. The European Central Bank (“ECB”) still needed to show its resolve in backstopping member country debt. The … Continue reading

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Over There

Going Viral Europe’s weakening economy is having profound impact worldwide due to the potential failure of European banks invested in slumping European sovereign debt.  Many European countries had borrowed aggressively based on growth projections that the marketplace believes will not … Continue reading

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