10 fevereiro 2011


Mais um artigo do Financial Times sobre a dívida portuguesa, caracterizando-nos agora como estando na frente da batalha do euro. Aqui está um excerto:
"Significantly, the European Central Bank has been the only major buyer of Portuguese debt in recent months. However, the latest ECB figures show that the bank has not bought any government bonds in the past two weeks, which explains the drift higher in Portuguese yields. Strategists say a summit of European leaders in March will determine whether Lisbon will have to follow Greece and Ireland in seeking emergency support. One fund manager said: “We are at a key moment in the eurozone crisis and Portugal is on the frontline. We will know soon whether Lisbon will have to accept a bail-out or not. That is the next test for the eurozone.”

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