Greece Is “Not the Problem” for the Eurozone,

Profit Confidential, the popular stock market and economic e-letter, says today that “to understand the European debt crisis, investors must realize that Greece is not the problem.”
Nov. 11, 2011 - PRLog -- Profit Confidential, the popular stock market and economic e-letter, says today that “to understand the European debt crisis, investors must realize that Greece is not the problem.”

According to Profit Confidential, “The perceived risk is that, if Greek defaults, the first member of the 17-country eurozone could be eliminated and other countries would follow. This would cause problems for the relatively new euro (an ill-conceived idea in the first place), But the real problem is not Greece; it is Italy. The third largest economy in Europe after Germany and France belongs to Italy. According to the World Bank, Italy’s GDP in 2010 was $2.05 trillion, almost seven times bigger than Greece’s economy.”

Profit Confidential says that Greece’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2010 was only $304.87 billion. The proposed Greek “bailout” by the European Union includes about $180 billion in cash and a 50% cut in Greece’s debt. This is equal to more than one year’s GDP for Greece. It’s a huge bailout. It’s free money. The Greeks would be silly not to take it…that’s why, at the end of the day, they’ll grab it with both hands.

Michael Lombardi, lead contributor to Profit Confidential, writes, “The bottom line is that the European Union can afford a bailout of Greece and it can persuade big European banks to cut the value of their loans to Greece, because the ECB can backstop the European banks. Put bluntly, the European Union cannot afford a bailout of Italy. This is the real problem. If Italy defaults, major European banks could go under, the euro would collapse. We would need to bring Julius Caesar back from the dead to restore unity in the European Union. “

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