Clueless Continent

Last decade, European growth and inflation were decent because excess savings in Germany and the north were matched by excess spending in Greece and other southern nations. Since the sovereign-debt crisis, southern nations have become much more frugal out of necessity, but the north has not boosted spending due to hostility towards the south, and an irrational fixation with paying down debt despite a vastly different economic landscape.

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