Europe Wants To Double The Size Of Its Bailout Bazooka To Over $1 TRILLION

Big news out of Europe, according to WSJ

In a bid to halt the contagion that’s rapidly spreading to Spain, top European leaders want to double the size of the big bailout fund. It current stands at $586 billion, so that would put it well over $1 trillion.

According to the report, the big obstacle is… German opposition (surprise!)

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