Despite an agreement to bailout Spain’s banks, Europe still faces tough times ahead, including an election in Greece this weekend. Martin Wolf, Financial Times chief editorial commentator, discusses the future of the euro zone


Monday, 11 June 2012 7:03 AM ET

Category: Bailouts, Video

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One Response to “Will Spain’s Bailout Save Europe?”

  1. ilsm says:

    Which bail out, this one or the next several?

    They need to burn the villages (periphery to save it).

    Is the EC/EU/ECB/IMF doing what Sun Tzu urged against: “no prince propered by numerous bailouts”