The debate about a Eurozone breakup is evolving. In the spring of 2012, political tension in Greece meant that the debate focused on ‘Grexit’. In the summer of this year, the focus shifted to Spain’s funding difficulties, especially the redenomination risk on Spanish assets. Then the ECB stepped in.
The Eurozone breakup debate: Uncertainty still reigns
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Ari Hyytinen, Frode Steen, Otto Toivanen, 5 May 2010
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