Christmas Charts & Readings

So I’m off on a break. I hope you enjoyed all the drama and fallout from last Friday’s Council meeting. Fortunately, I was too busy to comment and blog about this over the weekend. “Fortunately”, because it strikes me as though there is more to this than meets the eye, so I think it’ll be to my benefit to be able to take some time to consider and analyse this. I’m still trying to disentangle the noise from the news, the process from the content. In the mean time I’ll leave you with a neat summary of what was decided…

(accompanied by several other insightful charts explaining …

… the European  Semester

… Those measures which will be enforced as of tomorrow (13-12-2011)…

… the financial backstops leading up to and constituting the ESM…

… and a list of the Fiscal Rules in place in the Eurozone

… and with a list of things I’m reading:

and everything else on our twitter feed.

Happy holidays, Merry Christmas and as we say back home a prosperous New Year!!

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