Tag Archives: Sovereign debt Yields

How Will Europe’s Crisis End? And When?

This post is based on a report I wrote some time ago about the future of the Euro-Zone crisis. It is divided in four parts: The first offers a recap of the crisis until May 2013. No details as to … Continue reading

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What’s going on in Spain? – Demand shocks, hysteria and forgetting the ECB

UPDATE (13/04/2012): While the overall tone of this post holds, in the view of its author, there are some errors that were identified an addressed in a followup post. You are highly recommended to read these. The relevant sections are … Continue reading

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Weekly Bond Yield developments in the Euro Area (W30.2011): Decaying Core & Differentiated Periphery

This article made me wonder what might be going on in the Eurozone, and I figured I might as well have a look around and compile this week’s development. Then I figured I might as well begin a new series … Continue reading

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