“What Greece’s Bailout Means for U.S. Markets”

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3 responses to ““What Greece’s Bailout Means for U.S. Markets”

  1. Way to go Marshall! FOX NEWS!!!!And the host seemed generally impressed with your analysis ( "good point about the weaker currency helping exports")Funny how as things play out, the only people with a coherent model that can explain what we are seeing are the MMTers.

  2. I'm skeptical if a weaker euro is a real remedy for the euro zone. They have already as a group a surplus and in general over time the euro zone or the whole of EU doesn't have a current account problem. The largest part of the trade is inside EU/Euro zone and a weaker currency wouldn't do much to alleviate the internal trade imbalances.And a modern industrial entity as EU is quite more complex in it's function and design than e.g. a simple raw material exporting developing country where currency value have simplistic effect. In many modern industrial economies the export sector is also the country's largest importer and the labor part of export goods is not dominant, the trend is that it is less and less.

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