How Europe Saved Itself. For Now.

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European Central Bank headquarters.
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Today's show, in three bullet points:

  • How the European Central Bank finally used its super power.
  • What that has to do with a guy who owns a bar on the coast of Spain.
  • And why this may not be the end of Europe's debt saga.

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