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España, el peligro de estar de moda

June 7, 2012

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 Aguas Internacionales >> Blogs EL PAÍS. El Banco Central Europeo devuelve la pelota a los dirigentes europeos. Son ellos y no el BCE quienes deben resolver las múltiples crisis: la económica, la bancaria, la del euro. Es la tesis del Financial Times, el periódico más duro con el Gobierno de Mariano Rajoy. Advertisements

Germany must take control of the eurozone crisis – before its too late | George Soros | Business | guardian.co.uk

June 7, 2012

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George Soros | Business | guardian.co.uk. European authorities, with Germany at the centre, have a three-month window during which they can still correct their mistakes and reverse current trends

The Crisis in Europe

June 6, 2012

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Remarks at the Festival of Economics, Trento Italy | George Soros. Until recently, my interpretation of financial markets was either ignored or dismissed by academic economists. All this has changed since the crash of 2008. Reflexivity became recognized but, with the exception of Imperfect Knowledge Economics, the foundations of economic theory have not been subjected […]

Paul Krugman: ‘I’m sick of being Cassandra. ‘

June 4, 2012

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 I’d like to win for once’ | Business | The Guardian. The American economist has a plan to escape the financial crisis, and it doesn’t involve austerity measures or deregulating the banks. But will policy-makers, including our coalition government, heed his advice?

It’s Time to Stop Using Chewing Gum and Chicken Wire in Spain

May 21, 2012

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It’s Time to Stop Using Chewing Gum and Chicken Wire in Spain. By Edward Hugh  – Don’t Shoot the Messenger – EconoMonitor “Every leg of the eurozone crisis has been marked by denial of the full scale of the problems. Whether Spain’s authorities have been deceitful or wilfully blind makes little difference at this point. […]

Could the euro survive a Greek exit?

May 15, 2012

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BBC News.

BBC News – What ails the Spanish economy?

May 14, 2012

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Once again, markets are becoming nervous about lending to a eurozone government. This time it’s Spain’s turn.