Four reasons the euro crisis isn't over

Despite decrees of an end to the eurozone crisis, most 'breakthroughs' have only been short-lived and the ECB's 'all costs' promise may not remain feasible.

In case you have not noticed it, the euro crisis is over. It must be because EU Commission President Jos Manuel Barroso, ECB President Mario Draghi and French President Franois Hollande all said so over the past six months.

IMF chief Christine Lagarde also claimed that a turn-around had been achieved in the euro crisis. Unfortunately, she did so when she was still French finance minister, back in January 2011.


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