Felix Salmon

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Rogoff: There’s an 80% chance Greece leaves the Euro in the next 10 years — Bloomberg

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Merkel raised the specter of European war, won a key EU rescue fund Bundestag vote — Telegraph

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The IMF is considering getting involved with the EU’s bailout investment vehicle — Reuters

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Most Greek bailout money has gone to pay bondholders — The Washington Post

The EFSF could become more or less an insurance company — The New Yorker

“If you can show correlation [of greater than zero] then you can buy sovereign CDS” — IFR

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Who’s ready for six days of EU debt bickering? — Bloomberg

German newspapers: not such big fans of a leveraged EFSF — Der Spiegel

France could definitely lose its S&P AAA rating. Welcome to the club — Bloomberg

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Germany and France still can’t agree on how to leverage the EFSF — Reuters

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Debt is “like a drug” in Europe’s second-most indebted nation — Der Spiegel

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The S & P downgrades twenty-four Italian firms — Reuters

Not to be outdone, Moody’s cuts Spanish sovereign ratings two notches — Reuters

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Schauble admits that banks will take bigger losses on Greek loans — Guardian