David Zeiler: How many times have we been told the Eurozone debt crisis is resolved, only to have it turn up again like a bad penny? Last year's string of good news/ bad news on the Eurozone debt crisis had the markets going up and down like a yo-yo until the routine grew so tiresome that most people stopped
Martin Hutchinson: Commentators are wringing their hands again, worried the troubles in Spain (NYSEARCA:EWP) could cause the whole euro project to collapse. As a result, all eyes are now on Spanish 10-year debt yields, which went above 6% last week as the threat of euro-chaos returned.
Martin D. Weiss: I return from a wonderful vacation — beardless, tan, and rested … but also very wary of the unfolding events: Just when everyone thought the debt crisis was over … giant deficits didn’t matter … and the global economy was on the mend … We have witnessed a sudden shift in global events … and