Can the Eurozone be saved?

Tom McDonnell10/07/2012

Tom McDonnell: Spanish 10-year bonds are now over 7.1%. It looks like there will be a Spanish National Asset Management Agency (SNAMA) set up as a bad bank to deal with the bank losses. Those who dont learn from history...

Meanwhile Henning Mayer has a sobering but well worth reading post on the future of the Eurozone here.

Posted in: Banking and financeEuropeEuropeEurope

Tagged with: bad bankseurozoneSpainEuro crisis

Dr Tom McDonnell

McDonnell, Tom

Tom McDonnell is senior economist at the NERI and is responsible for among other things, NERI's analysis of the Republic of Ireland economy including risks, trends and forecasts. He specialises in economic growth theory, the economics of innovation, the Irish and European economies, and fiscal policy. He previously worked as an economist at TASC and before that was a lecturer in economics at NUI Galway and at DCU. He has also taught at Maynooth University.

Tom obtained his PhD in economics from NUI Galway.


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