The European Union was set up in a manner that guaranteed that eventually, one of its members was going to have a debt crisis. What makes the Euro so unique is that it was setup almost like a gold standard. Each nation does in the Eurozone does not issue it’s own money. It must . . . → Read More: Euro Zone Debt Crisis Was Going to Happen Eventually
A lot of news over the weekend on the Euro ‘crisis’. As I write this, but before I publish it – Greece may even have a new government. That’s how quickly things are changing. Because of all the news, I’m pretty sure all my posts this week are going to concentrate on Greece, the . . . → Read More: Greek Week Rush – Analyzing the Euro Crisis
Last week it appeared that a bailout deal between Greece and the rest of the EU was going to go through. However, it seems that the prime minister of Greece is going to quite literally, “let the people decide“. Now, the Greek people must decide if they want to vote for the bailout – . . . → Read More: The Dilemma Faced by Greek Citizens: How to Vote?