If he succeeds, the president will cast 40 years of economic doctrine on history’s ash heap. But that’s a big if.
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Bailing out the banks may be hard to stomach, but it's the only way to prevent a global economy predicated on financial institutions from plunging into recession.
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The Brussels plan is a decent stopgap. But if Europe's countries in crisis can't hold out long enough to start growing their economies again, it won't matter.
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If European policymakers really do care about saving the monetary union, they're going to have to stop talking -- and start issuing Eurobonds.
If the founding members of the eurozone don't get their acts together, the euro will collapse.
Never before has a monetary union been so full of anticipation and hype. Should we have known that the euro would buckle?
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Sayonara yen. By 2025, the renminbi, dollar, and euro will control the international currency system.