The Euro Has Jackknifed

See that’s the funny thing about the euro. As soon as its leaders start sounding accommodative and pro-bailout — which usually means monetary expansion, and in other countries would weigh on the currency — the currency spikes, because it means breakup pressures are being ease.

That’s no different this morning, as the euro is spiking on bailout talk.

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