Hoy uno de los periodistas económicos más importantes del mundo llega a las mismas conclusiones que nosotros, es decir, que la Eurozona no está ni mucho menos estable y que el riesgo claro vendrá por la ruptura del statu quo político en los países sometidos a mayor tensión. Os dejo con él.
“… As so often in life, the true threat may not come from where you expect – the bond markets. The main protagonists today are not international investors, but insurrectional electorates more likely to vote for a new generation of leaders and more willing to support regional independence movements.
In France, Marine Le Pen, the leader of the National Front, could expect to win a straight run-off with President François Hollande. Beppe Grillo, the leader of the Five Star Movement in Italy, is the only credible alternative to Matteo Renzi, the incumbent prime minister. Both Ms Le Pen and Mr Grillo want their countries to leave the euro-zone. In Greece, Alexis Tsipras and his Syriza party lead the polls. So does Podemos in Spain, with its formidable young leader Pablo Iglesias. “