The European Debt Crisis update (and only slightly more comedic than the real thing)

Before we get to the European economic update…

I’m giving a talk on November 27th at St.Paul’s Bloor Street & Event Hall from 7pm to 9pm with Laurie Campbell from Credit Canada Debt Solutions. The event is called “Cash Class” and you can check it out online at: www.cashclass2012.eventbrite.com

Let’s imagine Greece has an economy…

A lot has(n’t) happened since my last check-in about the eurozone. The comedy duo of Clarke and Dawe provide everything you need to know to be “in the know” as much as the rest of us. Enjoy!

 

Preet Banerjee
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  • Dan Jake

    Several European countries are already experiencing acute economic problems. It is not obvious why it makes much difference whether these problems are more or less serious than US budget problems. There is little if any relationship to the processes that might reduce or expand either set of problems. But, there seems little doubt that the European problems are more serious.