“Eurozone crisis” may not be the right term anymore to describe Europe’s monetary crisis. “The European economic permafrost” is more fitting.
Just when you thought it was over, it all begins anew. Of course (please excuse me for bragging) I have to point out that I never thought it was over. I am, of course, talking about the Eurozone crisis. Many thought it was over because we hadn’t heard anything about it in a while, but […]
Those of you who have followed the developing Eurozone crisis have certainly heard of the fiscal compact, previously called fiscal treaty or fiscal union, that the powers that be within the EU has tried to set up to control the budgeting procedures within each country in the union. Basically, the Eurozone, which currently is only […]
The powers that be are at it again. Since a while back (I really should have written this post earlier, but my time is limited due to exams etc) there have been serious talks about a fiscal union, that would incorporate either just the Eurozone countries or, if Germany gets as they want (and most […]
My endless writings on the eurozone crisis are back by popular demand – actually, not really, but no-one’s complained so far. I’m supposed to be studying right now, but I’ve already done some reading today so I figure I deserve to write a post (you know you’re blogging too much when writing a post becomes […]