Stat Of The Day: Why The Euro Is Toast-Edition

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We mentioned earlier how amusing it was that German unemployment would continue to plummet at the same time as the euro periphery blow out.

It’s actually even funnier than that.

German unemployment is at an 18-year low, as economist Duncan Weldon points out.

Eurozone unemployment is at a 12-year high.

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