And a lot of the deficit spending was proactive, in addition to the automatic stabilizers.
They should continue to do relatively well, unless they take meaningful deficit reduction measures.
And as issuer of their own currency with no liquidity risk, it makes no sense, of course, that their CDS should be substantially higher than Germany or France, who are users of the euro, and subject to liquidity risks.
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