Counting the Cost – Who will save the euro?


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Italy is going around cap-in-hand to ask for help but where is it headed – Germany, France or China?

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Date: September 16, 2019

2 thoughts on “Counting the Cost – Who will save the euro?

  1. Had Euro collapsed, US would QE 50 times. China, as a result, would loss half of foreign reserves. In that regard, even giving Italy 50 billion for free is worthy considering. The question is after Italy, who is next?

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