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[Homework]CNN 2012-01-01

The Euro was in safe hands surely, by the time the Irish went to the polls in February, its bailout was secure. Greece was promising reform but then an event conspired to undermine the best hopes. // kept rising, fear was growing about whether Portugal and Spain might need a bailout, the Japanese earthquake, nuclear safety and Libya put the Euro want to back further at the Euro zone leader’s March summit.
“One onus was that it’s here we’re meeting the //.” By July, Italy was in the faring line, and Greece was not going to be able to pay its bills, Europe’s leader held a crisis summit overnight, they were agree to give Greece huge debt relief, as a part of stunning second bailout. “The head of the States and government of the Euro zone showed a real determination to defend the zone, to make sure that the Greece was taken care and how to comprehensive package.” By September the unthinkable wasn’t any more, the Euro zone itself might just be in danger, people halt back to its very foundation. “See, when the Euro was set up, a lot of people said it’s very good to have a currency without a government, eventually it’s turned out to be a minus point because no one is in charge.” By the time Finance Ministers met in Poland in September, Italy’s Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was himself in the faring line with the Italian // heading toward to its unsustainable levels, there was no enough money to bail out the zone’s // economy, the European central bank stepped in to the relief of finance ministers. “Fortunately the European central bank has proved giveness all time by intervening on the Italian and Spanish // markets providing a kind of protective shield.” Then // hit the airwaves, the European Financial Stability Facility or EFSF, get the headlines when the 17 Euro zone parliaments vote to expand its power, to great relief, they all did. “The facilities are going to last forever, and it should be faced out in few years time, so for the time abilities the best way escape the current crisis.” But then a threat by Greece’s Prime Minister to let Greeks vote on // brought down its government in November, a technocrat took over so did one in Rome, both pledge huge // packages, market responded well and took off some the heat, “intervene the critical period of ten days” then European commissioner // said the clock ticking in December, there was just ten days left to save the single currency, so it’s now the early December yet another E.U leader summit in the Brussels to save the Euro, it’s the third one I’ve been to in Brussels this year alone, the question is how they have done this time to save the single currency, are the market pleased, will the leaders do enough to actually put the sunshine back in too the single currency? Britain brought a new treaty to enshrine the fiscal discipline, the other 26 countries say they will try to // ways to force each other to balance budgets and enforce penalties on those who don’t, “treaty change or not, I still believe that is not really into the heart of the problem which is more related to economic problems and need informing countries and need increase the fire power in fire war.” After countless meetings, has Europe done enough to restore confidence, and therefore not need more firepower in 2012.
J B CNN London.



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[Homework]CNN 2012-01-01

The Euro was in safe hands shortly.By the time the Irish went to the poll in February, its bailout will secure.Greece was promising reform, but then an event conspire to undermine the best hopes, Bonia keep rising.Fear was growing about whether Portuguese and Spain might need a bailout,the Japanese earthquake, nuclear safety.And Libya put the Euro on the back burner at the Eurozone leader summit. By July,Italy was in the faring line, Greece was not going to be able to pay his bills.Europe leaders helped at a crisis summit overnight, they agree to give Greece huge debt relief as a part of the second stunning bailout.The head of the states and government over the Eurozone showed a real determination to defend the zone to make sure the Greece was taken care of in a comprehensive market. By September, the unthinkable wasn't any more.The Eurozone itself might just be in danger.People halt back to its very foundation, when the Euro was set up,A lot of people said it's very good to have a currency without a government, but actually it turns out to be a minus plan because no one was in charge. By the time finance minister met in Poland in September, Italy prime minister ** in faring line heading towards to unsustainable levels. There wasn't enough money to bail out the zone's third biggest economy, the European central bank step in to the relief of finance ministers, fortunately, the Euro central bank has given us more time by intervening on the Italy and Spanish markets and providing a kind of protective sheers.Then acqunante hit the airways.The European financial stability facility or EFSF hit the headline when the 17 Eurozone national Parliament had to vote to expand its power.To great relief, they all did.The facility was not gonna last forever, it should be faced out after a few years' time, so for the time the best way to escape the current crisis.But then a threat led by Greece's prime minister to let Greece vote on stability brought down its government in November.A tacnic crisis took over , so do the one in Rome, both pledge huge package market responded well and took off some of the heat. Then European commissioner set the clock ticking in December, there was just 10 days left to save the single currency.so now it's early December yet, another EU leader summit in Brussels to save the Euro, the third one I have been to in Brussels this year alone, have they done enough to save the single currency.Are the market please.Will the leader do enough to actually put the sunshine back into single currency? Britain involved as a new treaty, to fiscal discipline, the other 24 countries say they will try in Green way to force each other to balance budgets and force penalties on those who don't. Treaty change or not, I still believe that it's not really into the heart of problems, which is more related to economic problems, and need reforming in the congress,need increase firepower in the firewall.After countless meetings, have Europe done enough to restore confidence, if not, more firepower in 2012. CNN, London.


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本帖最后由 Dulcy 于 2012-1-1 14:43 编辑

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The Euro was in safe hands surely. By the time the Irish went to the polls in February, its bailout was secured. Greece was promising reform, but then an event conspired to undermine the best hopes, bond yields kept rising.Fear was growing about whether Portugual and Spain might need / bailouts. The Japanese earthquake, nuclear safety and Libya put the Euro on the back burner at the Eurozone leaders' March summits. By July,Italy was in the firing line, and Greece was not going to be able to pay its bills. Europe's leaders helped at a crisis summit overnight, they agreed to give Greece huge debt relief as / part of a stunning second bailout.
"The head of the states and government of the Eurozone showed a real determination to defend the zone to make sure that Greece was taken care of and had a comprehensive package."
By September, the unthinkable wasn't any more.The Eurozone itself might just be in danger.People halt back to its very foundation.
"when the Euro was set up, a lot of people said it's very good to have a currency without a government, but actually it turned out to be a minus point because no one was in charge."
By the time finance ministers met in Poland in September, Italy's prime minister SB was himself in the faring line with Italian bond yields heading towards / unsustainable levels. There wasn't enough money to bail out the zone's third biggest economy, the European central bank stepped in to the relief of finance ministers.
"Fortunately, the European central bank has approved to give us more time by intervening on the Italian and Spanish bond markets, / providing a kind of protective shields."
Then acronyms hit the airwaves.The European financial stability facility or EFSF hit the headlines when the 17 Eurozone national Parliaments had to vote to expand its power.To great relief, they all did.The facility is not going to last forever, it should be faced out after a few years' time, so for the time the best way to escape the current crisis.But then a threat / by Greece's prime minister to let Greece vote on austerity brought down its government in November. A technic crap took over , so did one in Rome, both pledge huge austerity packages. Markets responded well and took off some of the heat. Then European commissioner set the clock ticking in December, there were just 10 days left to save the single currency.
So now it's early December yet, another EU leaders' summit in Brussels to save the Euro, the third one I have been to in Brussels this year alone. The question is have they done enough this time to save the single currency? Are the markets pleased? Will the leaders do enough to actually put the sunshine back into the single currency?
Britain brought a new treaty to enshrine fiscal discipline, the other 26 countries say they will try in grave ways to force each other to balance budgets and enforce penalties on those who don't. Treaty change or not, I still believe that it's not really into the heart of problems, which is more related to economic problems, and need reforming in the countries and need increased firepower in the firewall.After countless meetings, has Europe done enough to restore confidence, and therefore not need more firepower in 2012. JB, CNN, London.
ON Dulcy
The Euro was in safe hands surely. By the time the Irish went to the polls in February, its bailout was secured. Greece was promising reform, but then an event conspired to undermine the best hopes, bond yields kept rising.Fear was growing about whether Portugual and Spain might need / bailouts. The Japanese earthquake, nuclear safety and Libya put the Euro on the back burner at the Eurozone leaders' March summits. By July,Italy was in the firing line, and Greece was not going to be able to pay its bills. Europe's leaders helped at a crisis summit overnight, they agreed to give Greece huge debt relief as / part of a stunning second bailout.
"The head of the states and government of the Eurozone showed a real determination to defend the zone to make sure that Greece was taken care of and had a comprehensive package."
By September, the unthinkable wasn't any more.The Eurozone itself might just be in danger.People halt back to its very foundation.
"when the Euro was set up, a lot of people said it's very good to have a currency without a government, but actually it turned out to be a minus point because no one was in charge."
By the time finance ministers met in Poland in September, Italy's prime minister SB was himself in the faring line with Italian bond yields heading towards unsustainable levels. There wasn't enough money to bail out the zone's third biggest economy, the European central bank stepped in to the relief of finance ministers.
"Fortunately, the European central bank has approved of giving us more time by intervening on the Italian and Spanish bond markets, providing a kind of protective shield."
Then acronyms hit the airwaves.The European financial stability facility or EFSF hit the headlines when the 17 Eurozone national Parliaments had to vote to expand its power.To great relief, they all did.The facility is not going to last forever, it should be faced out after a few years' time, so for the time be needed the best way to escape the current crisis. But then a threat / by Greece's prime minister to let Greece vote on austerity brought down its government in November. A technic crap took over , so did one in Rome, both pledge huge austerity packages. Markets responded well and took off some of the heat. Then European commissioner set the clock ticking in December, there were just 10 days left to save the single currency.
So now it's early December yet, another EU leaders' summit in Brussels to save the Euro, the third one I have been to in Brussels this year alone. The question is have they done enough this time to save the single currency? Are the markets pleased? Will the leaders do enough to actually put the sunshine back into the single currency?
Britain brought a new treaty to enshrine fiscal discipline, the other 26 countries say they will try in grave ways to force each other to balance budgets and enforce penalties on those who don't. Treaty change or not, I still believe that it's not really into the heart of problems, which is more related to economic problems, and need reforming in the countries and need increased firepower in the firewall.After countless meetings, has Europe done enough to restore confidence, and therefore not need more firepower in 2012. JB, CNN, London.
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The Euro was in safe hands shortly.By the time the Irish went to the poll in February, its bailout will secure.Greece was promising reform, but then an event conspire to undermine the best hopes, Bonia keep rising.Fear was growing about whether Portuguese and Spain might need a bailout,the Japanese earthquake, nuclear safety.And Libya put the Euro on the back burner at the Eurozone leader summit. By July,Italy was in the faring line, Greece was not going to be able to pay his bills.Europe leaders helped at a crisis summit overnight, they agree to give Greece huge debt relief as a part of the second stunning bailout.The head of the states and government over the Eurozone showed a real determination to defend the zone to make sure the Greece was taken care of in a comprehensive market. By September, the unthinkable wasn't any more.The Eurozone itself might just be in danger.People halt back to its very foundation, when the Euro was set up,A lot of people said it's very good to have a currency without a government, but actually it turns out to be a minus plan because no one was in charge. By the time finance minister met in Poland in September, Italy prime minister ** in faring line heading towards to unsustainable levels. There wasn't enough money to bail out the zone's third biggest economy, the European central bank step in to the relief of finance ministers, fortunately, the Euro central bank has given us more time by intervening on the Italy and Spanish markets and providing a kind of
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