Europe Has Become a Black Box

We have the largest game of chicken going on that I can ever recall. On the one hand we have the adamant Germans who are not going to give an inch on the purse strings of Europe that they clearly control. On the other hand, there's every other country in the European Union that now thinks, because of the troubles in Spain and Italy, not just Greece, that bonds must be printed and money spent to grow the economies on the Continent, not just Germany.

Traders in this country cannot afford to miss the moment when Germany is pushed over the edge to save the Continent, something that is perceived to be inevitable, now that the French have turned on the Germans and the Spanish bond market implodes....1045 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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