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Friday, November 4, 2011

The Domino Effect

An excellent summary of the way the interconnections in Europe make it far more than just a Greek problem.

But finally the ECB starts behaving like a real central bank, and cuts rates.  Not be enough, and too slow, but better late than never.

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