In Euro Zone, Banking Fear Feeds on Itself

New York Times
September 7, 2011

Remember the collapse of Lehman Brothers? Europeans certainly do.

As Europe struggles to contain its government debt crisis, the greatest fear is that one of the Continent’s major banks may fail, setting off a financial panic like the one sparked by Lehman’s bankruptcy in September 2008.

European policy makers, determined to avoid such a catastrophe, are prepared to use hundreds of billions of euros of bailout money to prevent any major bank from failing.

But questions continue to mount about the ability of Europe’s banks to ride out the crisis, as some are having a harder time securing loans needed for daily operations.

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  1. I for one don’t lose any sleep over the Euro. Put in Euros and a call in Swiss francs. OR head on down to your local bullion dealer and buy some ARGENT.

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