Monday, November 14, 2011

Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/14/2011

Gates of Vienna News Feed 11/14/2011The European Commissioner for Belgium warns that his country could be next in line in the Eurozone debt crisis. Other analysts say France will experience a meltdown first.

Meanwhile, the Dutch finance minister has rejected the PVV’s idea for a return to the guilder as the Netherlands’ official currency.

In other news, the Algerian government has closed down 900 mosques and prayer halls because it suspects them of being hotbeds for terrorism.

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Anonymous said...

Hungary is next. Their short term cost of funds has skyrocketed recently.

American Delight said...

Regarding Germany's consideration for tighter sanctions against Iran, it's about time!

One hopes they'll look at more than airplanes, IRISL vessels, and individual leader sanctions that don't amount to much overall.