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    A well-designed Banking Union would clearly improve the institutional set-up of the Euro area. But we do not view it as either a necessary or sufficient condition to overcome the current crisis.


    Flash: No agreement on risk sharing in EU – Goldman Sachs

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    Was Fat Goldman-sachser, Suds, the reason why our Ben Dovers in FG/LP sneered at the idea of burning the Fraudulent Gamblers in German & British banks?
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    Facing a fifth year of recession and record unemployment of 21 percent, few Croatians are in the mood to party.

    A large majority of the crowd doing the Nazi Salute (Pic: Google Images)
    Mired in recession, ex-Yugoslav Croatia joins troubled EU | Reuters
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    When you read that foot-dragging might leave Greece short of 2 billion euros, you probably instantly think that those pesky Greeks are up to no good, again. Well, not this time.
    The shortfall lies with Greece’s eurozone creditors as national central banks (NCBs) did not roll over their Greek debt, the so-called ANFA holdings.
    FT’s Brussels editor Peter Spiegel has done here another excellent forensic investigation on Greece’s bailout program to highlight that it is steadily running out of funds.
    However, the issue of eurozone central banks’ refusal to roll over their Greek debt holdings has wider implication than just a financing gap.


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    Are we there yet? Are we there yet, are we there yet?
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    Jamie McGeever

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    @GTCost Italian banks + financial institutions took up 80% of net Italian supply in Jan-May, says BNP Paribas. Equivalent in Spain was 96%!

    #Italy Italian banks holding of govt bonds now >€400B
    Nitey nitey - the EZ is in more sh1tey
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    Analysis of UKIP support had found that voters were switching to the party from Labour and the Lib Dems as well as the Conservatives


    UKIP are getting stonger says party leader Nigel Farage - Today's News - News - JournalLive
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    Her party secured 46pc of the vote in a by-election earthquake a week ago. Her candidate trounced the ruling Socialists in their own bastion of Villeneuve-sur-Lot.
    "The euro ceases to exist the moment that France leaves, and that is our incredible strength. What are they going to do, send in tanks?"
    Yet it is the detail in the Villeneuve vote that has shocked the political class. The Front scored highest in the most Socialist cantons, a sign that it may be breaking out of its Right-wing enclaves to become the mass movement of the white working class.
    Anna Rosso-Roig, a candidate for the Communist Party in the 2012 elections, has just defected to the Le Pen camp.
    The Socialists had thought the rising star of Marine Le Pen would work to their advantage, splitting the Right. Now they discern a deadly threat.
    Eurozone leaders will face a stark choice: either work with France for a "sortie concertee" or coordinated EMU break-up: or await their fate.
    France's triumphant 'Joan of Arc' vows to bring back franc and destroy euro - Yahoo! Finance UK



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    Italy risks potential losses of billions of euros on derivatives contracts it restructured at the height of the eurozone crisis, according to a confidential report by the Rome Treasury that sheds more light on the financial tactics that enabled the debt-laden country to enter the euro in 1999.


    Italy faces restructured derivatives hit - FT.com
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