Le Financial Time voit l'Allemagne sortir de l'euro.
Deux raisons: D'une part le fait que le "bailout" ne soit pas conforme à la constitution, d'autre part l'échec de la proposition de Merkel de changement du traité de Lisbonne.
Extrait de l'article (payant):
"The first is a successive wave of financial crises across the eurozone, affecting larger countries, which gradually sap German taxpayer confidence that the “loans” that the EU is extending to its weaker members will ever be repaid. The second is if, as seems quite likely, the treaty changes that the German government is demanding to satisfy its courts fail to be ratified by some of the other 26 EU members. At that point, the Germans might throw up their hands and say, in effect, “Well, we tried our best, but the other Europeans won’t do what is necessary to save themselves.” Germany might then feel released from its historic obligation to “build Europe”.
On a bien besoin d'une petite diversion. Merci les coréens
32.612,- eur le kilo d'or ce matin, c'est encore très abordable.