The collapse of the Euro

There is no question Europe has been struggling.

In fact, the eurozone’s growth over the past year reached a paltry 1.6%. What’s even more depressing is that this number is twice the average growth rate from the previous ten years.

So, with anemic economic growth and with a debt crisis starting to bubble up to the surface, could 2017 finally be the year we see the euro collapse?

I certainly think it’s possible. And if not this year, by 2020 for sure.

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