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The New Zealand Herald
Italy is the most likely country to leave the euroGreece and Italy have both grown a meagre 4.6 percent the past 16 years, althou
Italy is the most likely country to leave the euro
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
Greece and Italy have both grown a meagre 4.6 percent the past 16 years, although they took drastically different paths to get there. Photo: Thinkstock What do you call a country that has grown 4.6 per cent - in total - since it joined the euro 16... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Italy Youth Unemployment Hits Record High 44.2%, Concerns Rising "Recession Exit May Be Unsustainable"Earlier today, Eurostat released the two most important data points for Europe:
Italy Youth Unemployment Hits Record High 44.2%, Concerns Rising "Recession Exit May Be Unsustainable"
Zero Hedge / Posted 1 months ago
Earlier today, Eurostat released the two most important data points for Europe: inflation and unemployment. On the former, there was no surprise at the headline level which remained at 0.2% for the another month, in line with expectations, but core... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not GreeceThe lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or t
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not Greece
Brisbane Times / Posted 1 months ago
The lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or things will get even worse for you. Or is it the opposite? Photo: Sean Gallup What do you call a country that has grown 4.6 per cent - in total - since it joined the euro... Read more
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WA Today
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not GreeceThe lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or t
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not Greece
WA Today / Posted 1 months ago
The lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or things will get even worse for you. Or is it the opposite? Photo: Sean Gallup What do you call a country that has grown 4.6 per cent - in total - since it joined the euro... Read more
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The Age
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not GreeceThe lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or t
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not Greece
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
The lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or things will get even worse for you. Or is it the opposite? Photo: Sean Gallup What do you call a country that has grown 4.6 per cent - in total - since it joined the euro... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not GreeceThe lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or t
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not Greece
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 1 months ago
The lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or things will get even worse for you. Or is it the opposite? Photo: Sean Gallup What do you call a country that has grown 4.6 per cent - in total - since it joined the euro... Read more
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Canberra Times
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not GreeceThe lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or t
The most likely country to leave the euro - and it's not Greece
Canberra Times / Posted 1 months ago
The lesson from Greece's debt mauling: Don't elect anti-austerity parties, or things will get even worse for you. Or is it the opposite? Photo: Sean Gallup What do you call a country that has grown 4.6 per cent - in total - since it joined the euro... Read more
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