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Germany May Be Open To Euro Bonds... Wait, WHAT!?
Crise de l'euro : Merkel et Sarkozy attendus au tournant
Les deux chefs d'Etat doivent se réunir mardi prochain pour envisager de réformer la gouvernance de la zone euro, et assurer sa survie.
Pourquoi les merdias francophones ne produisent-ils que de la daube?
ECB is euroland's last hope as bail-out machinery fails to resolve crisis
The leaders of Germany and France have three bad choices as they decide whether to save EMU this week, or pretend to do so.
They can agree to fiscal fusion and an EMU debt union, entailing treaty changes and a constitutional revolution. This implies the emasculation of Europe's historic nation states.
They can tear up the mandate of European Central Bank and order Frankfurt to go nuclear with €2 trillion of `unsterilized' bond purchases until the M3 money supply in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Ireland, and Greece stops contracting at depression rates and starts to grow again at recovery speed (5pc). This might destabilize Germany.
Or they can try to muddle through with their usual mix of half-measures and bluster. This will lead to a rapid disintegration of monetary union and a banking collapse. It risks a repeat of 1931 if executed badly, as it most likely would be.
They have days or weeks to make up their minds, not months. [...]
Fiscal transfers haven't worked within Germany; why should they work across the eurozone? Telegraph
German government spokesman says Eurobonds will not be on agenda at meeting with Merkel and Sarkozy
German finance ministry spokesman says Eurobonds cannot be the choice for Europe under existing financial and monetary policies
German government spokesman says have no indications that French will introduce Eurobonds for discussion tomorrow
Ils vont parler de quoi alors??