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Grexit Wrap 08/06/12

A focus on the key news and analysis surrounding the potential Greek exit from the eurozone


Grexit: 400-year-old deal obsolete? 

Andy Langenkamp, a political analyst at ECR Research, highlights the progression of the eurozone from the Peace of Westphalia. 

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Greek exit to be disorderly, to negatively impact Asia

A Greek exit from the eurozone, as has been speculated, will be disorderly and the reverberations will spread across the world to Asia, says Moody’s Analytics. 

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Your complete guide to the crisis going on in Spain

Greece is not the only problem: crushed underneath the weight of non-performing real-estate loans and an increasing number of other troubled assets, Spanish banks are teetering on the edge of collapse.

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Eurozone crisis: uncertainty meets more uncertainty 

Matthew DeBord talks about how the eurozone crisis seems to be never-ending.

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The common currency as a guarantee of discontent

The whole euro project looks like a pretty badly thought-through plan, says David Champion.

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