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A German court has plunged the eurozone into fresh crisis

5 May 2020

10:33 PM

5 May 2020

10:33 PM

An epidemic has been raging across the continent. The economy is in lockdown, and GDP is in freefall. But, hey, just when you thought things couldn’t get any worse in the eurozone it now has a financial and currency crisis as well, and one that is being made worse by the week with the shambolic management of the European Central Bank by Christine Lagarde.

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