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The mathematician of the Complutense University of Madrid, José-Vidal Ruiz Varela, argues that Europe must raise its borrowing limit, leaving its deflationary policy. Meanwhile, USA must correct debt and raise the interest rates. Raising the interest rates in the USA and dropping them in Europe, recovers the European domestic demand and EE.UU may return to invest in Europe, with a stronger dollar, without any problem, generating hundreds of thousands of Jobs

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Euro-zone debt crisis enters challenging new phase : Report


SYDNEY (MarketWatch) 
The financial resources remaining to deal with the crisis may be insufficient
The amounts available have not changed for almost two years, with little appetite among “permanent creditors” such as Germany for increasing commitments
The major bailout facility — the European Stability Mechanism (ESM) — has total lending capacity of around 500 billion euros
Financial assistance agreed for Greece, Ireland and Portugal in the form of loans and guarantees is around 294 billion euros
Of that, 192 billion euros come from the European Financial Stability Facility, which will be subsumed into the ESM
The remaining 102 billion euros come from the EU budget or bilateral aid to Greece
Meanwhile, 100 billion euros are committed to Spain for the recapitalization of its banking sector
This leaves the ESM with available lending capacity of around 208 billion euros
There are increasing constraints on further IMF participation, to augment the ESM’s resources

Money worries

As their economies remain weak and market funding is unavailable or expensive, Greece, Ireland or Portugal may need additional funding to meet maturing debt and also finance budget deficits
Spain and Italy may need assistance as well
Spain has debt of 800 billion euros (74% of GDP)
Italy has debt of 1.9 trillion euros (121% of GDP)
Both countries have significant debt maturities in the near future
Spain has principal and interest repayment obligations of 160 billion euros in 2013 and 120 billion euros in 2014
The Spanish government has announced a financing program of around 260 billion euros for 2013
Italy has principal and interest repayment obligations of 350 billion euros in 2013 and 220 billion euros in 2014
Capital flight from peripheral European countries is a problem
Banks in peripheral countries have lost between 10% and 20% of their deposits, reflecting concern about solvency of individual banks and the risk of currency redenomination
Additional resources may be needed to finance a deposit insurance scheme to halt capital flight
Europe has total bank deposits of around 8 trillion euros, including around 6 trillion euros in retail deposits, with around 1.5 trillion to 2 trillion euros in banks in peripheral countries
An effective deposit scheme would need to cover around 1 trillion to 1.5 trillion euros’ worth of deposits, placing a large claim on available funds
Europe may need bailout facilities of at least 3 trillion euros to be credible
Potential requirements exceed available resources
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