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The Eurozone’s “Nascent” Recovery – Bill Black

The Eurozone’s “Nascent” Recovery

By William K. Black On January 19, 2014 I posted a column entitled “Deflation: The Failed Macroeconomic Paradigm Plumbs New Depths of Self-Parody” that discussed the insanity of the Eurozone’s approach to “the threat of deflation.”  The EU’s troika cannot … Continue reading

The Eurozone’s “Nascent” Recovery

Today Germany is the Big Loser, Not Greece

Today Germany is the Big Loser, Not Greece

By Marshall Auerback Given the German electorate’s long standing aversion to “fiscal profligacy” and soft currency economics (said to lead inexorably to Weimar style hyperinflation), one wonders why on earth Germany actually acceded to a “big and broad” European Monetary … Continue reading

Today Germany is the Big Loser, Not Greece