Bond Market May Not Warn When Debt Crisis StrikesCaroline Baum
May 17 (Bloomberg) -- One by one, European nations are letting their voices be heard, tossing out the party in power and voting in those who, in some cases, have a more radical agenda or, in others, are just willing to say “no” to the status quo. A bas l’austerite! Down with austerity! Up with growth!
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