Default More Than 400 Years Ago Leaves Scars: Christophe ChamleyChristophe Chamley
Aug. 1 (Bloomberg) -- The House Republicans, many of them opposed to raising the federal government’s borrowing ceiling, might take a lesson from the first sovereign debt crisis: Spain’s default in 1575. What events more than 400 years ago suggest is that it’s easy to ignite a dangerous chain reaction in financial and credit markets and inflict lasting damage on the economy.
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