• 04 OCT 2011
By Stephen Pollard | Daily Express
CALL it Groundhog Day if you like but that doesn't really come close to describing the bizarre ritual we are now witnessing.
Week after week the same story repeats itself.
Greece is in trouble.
Greece is going to default on its debts.
Greece has to leave the euro.
Then eurozone politicians talk about the need for a rescue package, building stability... blah blah blah.
The next moment the stock market falls and the same cycle begins all over again, in a seemingly unending sequence of doom.
In a recent survey 90 per cent of people said that the economy of the eurozone is getting worse.
Presumably the other 10 per cent are on Prozac.
Here’s the rub: it’s completely mad.
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