Yes, ‘incentives’ are running out and will be nearly impossible to reinstate with their fiscal policies now being market constrained, as per what’s happening with Greece and Portugal.

The US, Japan, UK, etc. will never be market constrained. And while their misguided political constraints are capable of doing much the same damage they don’t have the funding risk of the eurozone.


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