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Bust - Greece, the Euro and the Sovereign Debt Crisis (Bloomberg


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Table of Contents

Introduction: May Day in Athens.

Chapter 1 Now We Are Ten.

Chapter 2 How to Blag Your Way into a Single Currency.

Chapter 3 At Club Med the Party Never Ends.

Chapter 4 The Story of the Swabian Housewife.

Chapter 5 Fixing a Debt Crisis with Debt.

Chapter 6 Burying Your Head in the Greek Sand.

Chapter 7 The Debts Fall Due.

Chapter 8 The Trillion-Dollar Weekend.

Chapter 9 Contagion.

Chapter 10 The Debt-Deflation Death Spiral.

Chapter 11 How to Break Up a Single Currency.

Chapter 12 The Global Economy after the Single Currency.



About the Author.


About the Author

MATTHEW LYNN is an experienced financial writer and commentator. He is a business and economics commentator for Bloomberg Television, a columnist for Bloomberg News , as well as MoneyWeek in the UK, and a regular contributor to the Spectator magazine in London. Before that, Lynn worked for the Sunday Times in London for ten years as a business writer and columnist. As Matt Lynn, he is also the author of the Death Force series of military thrillers published by Hodder Headline.


'[ an] uncompromising read... combines a blow-by-blow account of the Greek bailout with an analysis of why the euro is unsustainable...' (Spectator.com, January 2011). '...a very readable and concise book'. (Financial Times, January 2011). '...cogent analysis of the Eurozone's sovereign debt crisis delivered with a keen polemical edge, very accessible for the general reader.' (Spears Wealth Management.com, July 2011). '...successfully blends financial history, politics, and current affairs...sets out a well-reasoned argument.' (The Market, July 2011).

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