Would it be so bad if the euro failed?

By Stephen Glover
Last updated at 1:59 PM on 23rd November 2010

Daily Mail

Even as Ireland is rescued by the European Union and the International Monetary Fund to the tune of £70billion, economists and market makers are warning that the euro crisis is far from over. Indeed, it could be just beginning.

Portugal is the next indebted eurozone economy which the markets believe is vulnerable, and may have to be bailed out as Ireland and Greece have been.

Spain could then be targeted. Its economy is roughly seven times larger than Ireland’s.

Read more at: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/debate/article-1332216/IRELAND-BAILOUT-Would-bad-euro-failed.html#

One Response to Would it be so bad if the euro failed?

  1. Carlitos Amsel vom Holunderstrauch says:

    I believe, not only should the euro fail, but the moneysystem as such shoult too. With the recent moneysystem, some crooked guys have cheated us out of the essentials. There are in my opinion two essential things in the life of human beings, that are nessesary for progress. One is food, the other one is workforce. Now these crooks have turned things in a way, that they just have to put down some paper that they printed themselfes and instantly they have food, or they put down theyr fraudulent self printed paper and instantly they have workforce at hand. I find there is something elemtarily wrong with this pictur, if one can trade self made pieces of paper for food or workforce or simply for other peoples property that people have worked for to gain!

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