Germany to Greece's Rescue?

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Finance blogger for Reuters, Felix Salmon, discusses the Euro zone crisis and explains what might happen if Germany doesn't come to Greece's rescue.


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Comments [3]

leo from chicago from Chicago, IL

Please guys: It's 'Aaaan-Gay-La'.

Either pronounce it correctly or pronounce it the normal way (i.e. like 'Angela Lansbury')

Sep. 28 2011 12:42 AM
Robert Bienenfeld from Long island

Tired of this globalist elitist controlled world which is lied on with fake world and us news and playing a 'cointelpro' operation and playing both sides of the fence. Whose really controlling this world and usa and why do they pick selective controlled news with many sheeple getting pulled in to the fakery on everything.

Sep. 27 2011 10:45 AM

Doesn't it seem like Germany is the Tea Party of Europe?

Both oppose the purchase of bonds in the secondary market by the central bank, both want the monetary policy to be tighten, both want the government to severely reduce its spending.

Sep. 27 2011 10:37 AM

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