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  • The consultancy's latest business outlook, dubbed "Eurogeddon?" | Top Stories

  • Or if the situation got especially sticky, that Angela Merkel would finally agree to the issuance of joint euro bonds to prevent the onset of Eurogeddon.

    David Miles: Time for Last-Minute Merkel to End Her Euro Brinkmanship

  • "If Greece left the euro, the market pressures on the countries perceived as the next most vulnerable would rapidly become overwhelming," the Economist Intelligence Unit said in a recent report entitled "After Eurogeddon". - Home Page

  • Eurogeddon hovers over businesses outlook EUROPE is key to the outlook for Australian businesses in 2012 and its economic fortunes will affect the jobs market and the federal government's plan to return the budget to surplus, an independent consultancy says. | Top Stories

  • Back to Europe, and international business editor Eurogeddon is postponed again. - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Even as Germany wrestles with and Eurogeddon, the probability of widespread social unrest in Europe in reaction to austerity, the possible collapse of its currency or alternatively the possibility of compromise, close neighbours Switzerland are becoming more optimistic about their own economic future. News

  • And the view is more positive than 2010, even though you'd be forgiven for thinking that Eurogeddon is nigh if you read the English language press. News

  • A report last month from the London-based Economist Intelligence Unit, titled After Eurogeddon? -- Top News

  • But we are not going to get it, even if "Eurogeddon" is averted, given the present, destructive mix of contractionary policies in Europe." - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph


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