Bravery, creativity and a lot of money: How to cure the eurozone

Politicians may be unwilling to consider it, but the eurozone’s problems could be solved through a slight twist on debt monetisation, argues Marcello Minenna


The eurozone crisis is in remission – it has not gone for good. Market participants were reminded of that in late September, when the president of the European Central Bank (ECB) suggested another shot of liquidity for eurozone banks may be needed to keep market interest rates in check. 

This, of course, would only be a booster injection – so what might a final cure look like? It would need to be a powerful restorative – reuniting a euro that has fragmented into a host of shadow currencies

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