Tuesday, September 6, 2011

A Nasty Turn

You know it's bad when even the banks start worrying about social unrest. This from UBS:
"The economic cost is, in many ways, the least of the concerns investors should have about a break-up. Fragmentation of the Euro would incur political costs. Europe’s “soft power” influence internationally would cease (as the concept of “Europe” as an integrated polity becomes meaningless). It is also worth observing that almost no modern fiat currency monetary unions have broken up without some form of authoritarian or military government, or civil war."
 ht:  zero hedge

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