The euro zone: Is this really the end? | The Economist

A euro break-up would cause a global bust worse even than the one in 2008-09. The world’s most financially integrated region would be ripped apart by defaults, bank failures and the imposition of capital controls.

Yet the threat of a disaster does not always stop it from happening. The chances of the euro zone being smashed apart have risen alarmingly, thanks to financial panic, a rapidly weakening economic outlook and pigheaded brinkmanship. The odds of a safe landing are dwindling fast.

via The euro zone: Is this really the end? | The Economist.

There are lessons to be drawn from EU crisis: keeping heterogeneous nations together into a single entity is never easy; future crises may come despite good diagnosis due to collapse between institutions and CICE

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