The current state of the Eurozone debt crisis

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    The "current" state of the Eurozone depends entirely on who you ask - and what motives they have for giving the answer they produce for you.
    Same goes for the Amerizone.
     
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    Eurozone slippin' into double-dip recession?...
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    Eurozone unemployment at new high
    31 August 2012 - Ever more Spaniards are looking for work
     
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    Europe is likely to come out of this crisis better off than we are because they can't print money as easily. They are learning to live within their means while we are not.
     
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    Granny says Europe needs to get it's financial house in order...
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    Wall Street dips on renewed euro zone fears
    7 Jan.`13 - Stocks fell on Thursday as comments by the ECB president on the euro raised worries about Europe's outlook and curbed investors' appetite for risky assets.
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    7 Jan.`13 - Greenlight's Einhorn sues Apple, seeks bigger payout

     
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    Europe is likely to come out of this crisis better off than we are because they can't print money as easily. They are learning to live within their means while we are not
     
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    Eurozone recovery likely delayed...
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    Euro, shares fall as euro zone recession deepens
    14 Feb.`13 - The euro and shares fell on Thursday after data showed the euro zone's two biggest economies shrank even more than expected late last year, throwing a first quarter recovery into doubt.
     

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