yes ... i'm sure it will survive... there are ups and downs but it's stronger than a lot of other currencies out there.
Too much is hanging by it not to. Although the guy on BBC didn't help it with fearmongering.
The euro will only survive if Greece (and perhaps other liable countries) pull out of it. All they are doing by bailing out Greece is prolonging the misery and keeping the world's economies in suspense stalling any recovery. The lack of courage to take any decisive action in the eurozone is casting a dark cloud over us all.
I am not entirely sure, but its survival is probably more detrimental to some countries in the EU. I think whatever the outcome of the crisis is won't be pretty. However, some very significant changes need to be made soon to cushion the fall.
by Dave McClure6 years ago
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou has decided that the Greek people should be asked whether or not to accept the rescue package negotiated by the Eurozone leaders. The 'rescue' package, of course, came with strings...
by Holle Abee7 years ago
WHY are we helping to bail out Greece when we're broke? I mean, I feel sorry for the Greek citizens, but can we really afford this right now?
by RighterOne5 years ago
How do you expect the Fiscal Crisis of the Euro to end?And do you think that the US and China are doomed to follow the same fate?
by Frle6 years ago
Will euro currency survive crisis?Is (Greek) debt crisis pushing euro to the edge of break, or can it be saved?
by CMHypno6 years ago
With anti-German feeling already high on the streets of Greece, is there trouble ahead? Should Greece cut free of the EU, return to the drachma, devalue and become more competitive? Is this 'one size fits...
by PeterStip2 years ago
Should Greece leave the Euro?The financial crisis is enormous and the dept is almost impossible to repay. Should Greece leave the Euro and start printing their own money again?
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