The euro is held together by political will. It makes no economic sense. But eurozone leaders want it nonetheless.
But what happens if that political will weakens?
Then the euro dies, just like its many predecessors did.
Anyone who has read my book How the Euro Dies understands all this. You can claim a complimentary copy here.
But there’s been a development.
Nigel Farage has sensed a change in Europe. The term “solidarity” has become a liability instead of a rallying cry. And now it’s only a matter of time before the euro does too.
Britain has escaped the EU’s vaccine fiasco, not to mention the EU itself. But it won’t escape the financial crisis that breaks out if the euro fails too.
Find out what Nigel noticed in today’s Fortune & Freedom…
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