SS Euro - sinking the unsinkable - It is the risk that can only be whispered in the corridors of Brussels - that monetary union will go horribly wrong. As the financial markets prepare to board the SS Euro, has anyone bothered to count the lifeboats? A growing body of subversive literature is daring to ask "What if?" and is producing some alarming answers. Should a Hollywood mogul be buying the ...
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Euromoney. - London : Euromoney Publ, ISSN 0014-2433, ZDB-ID 1902325. - 1998, p. 32-37
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Shirreff, David, (2001)
German bank mergers: Dance of the cobra - Dramatic change in Germany's banking industry has long been predicted but very little has been achieved. Cobra's attempt to increase its stake in Commerzbank provoked the bank into frantic merger negotiations with Dresdner. But once again the deal failed. Where now for Germany's banks?
Shirreff, David, (2000)
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