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  1. Arf arf, did they mention how many current EZ members do? Or how many comply with the new fiscal pact? ;-)

  2. that was funny
    :-)

  3. They will be considered – wait until calls for Spexit begin once the Grexit fails to materialise. They are saying Spexit is the focus now – market nows Greece wont exit no matter how the elections go – seems they will compromise ‘project bonds’ & Six point structural reforms. Spain is main the main risk on the Radar now. Greece will sent us to 1.2200. The rest will be up to Spain (Spexit).

  4. Joining the EU is now like a “bring your own bottle” party.

  5. Could you name please the 8 happy/lucky countries!?

  6. Trying to protect the union for any future mess. A bit too late for that.

  7. to jessejames : Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Sweden.

    http://in.reuters.com/article/2012/05/30/ecb-convergence-idINDEE84T08720120530?type=economicNews

  8. Thanks @Aurimas!

    Not what I was expecting though. (I see Sweden !!??? > hahaha No-1) Anyway, does it mean then that Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, Montenegro still have a chance? (hahaha No-2). !!!

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