From Zero Hedge:
Surging Greek and Portuguese bond yields? Plunging Italian bank stocks? The projected GDP of the eurozone?
In the grand scheme of things, while certainly disturbing, none of these data points actually tell us much about the secular shift within European society, and certainly are nothing that couldn't be fixed if the ECB were to gamble with hyperinflation and print an inordinate amount of fiat units diluting the capital base even further.
No, the one chart that truly captures the latent fear behind the scenes in Europe is one showing youth unemployment in the continent's troubled countries (and frankly everywhere else).
Because the last thing Europe needs is...
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