Guest Posted December 13, 2011 #101 Share Posted December 13, 2011 Well, now you can show us how it should be done can't you. p.s. It's collective crisis of the Euro.....er which we are not in. Can you tell me which countries were hit first and hardest by this current boom and bust cycle - Britain and America. Britain has kept its head above water by deflating its currency - but thats a terminal strategy when you haven't got a domestic manufacturing/agricultural sector to fall back on. I find you gloating to be somewhat ill founded. The Euro zone has a choice to make, it can resolve its issues by pulling together, or it can make a decision to break apart. If it chooses to do the former it is in a robust good position to pull through and come out stronger the otherside. It maybe a hard sell at the moment, but a collapse of the Euro would be entirely worse and once the citizens of Europe fully understand that - I am certain they will be pulling together and putting in place all the mechanism to prevent another credit crisis which would derail it in the future. Br Cornelius Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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