Bond Market: The Threat of Public Debt in the Eurozone

As public debt in the eurozone approaches 12 trillion (95.6% of GDP), the single European currency has never been so threatened by structural instabilities. On the one hand, the ECB's key interest rate changes are increasingly inappropriate for such a differentiated monetary union. On the other hand...

Thomas Andrieu - Jul 4, 2022
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