‘market forces’ are driving national deficits higher via automatic stabilizers which drives the euro lower to the point exports rise sufficiently to turn the tide, but that needs to happen before the rising deficits result in defaults.

On Thu, Apr 8, 2010 at 6:04 AM, La-Toya Elizee wrote:

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German Factory Orders Unchanged After January Jump

French Trade Deficit Widened in February on Imports

Capital flight squeezes Greek banks

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Spain’s Industrial Output Falls More Than Expected in February

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