Blogman's Notes: Can they quit pretending already that there is a solution to this Eurozone problem or any of the Global Financial problems that are plaguing the world today? Since Reuters is a mouthpiece for the bankster elites, the report doesn't come out and say that Spain and Italy too will soon need to be bailed out, it just hints at it. But soon enough the Spanish and Italian bailouts will be front page News and the elites will continue to pretend that they actually have the resources to bail these countries out, which everyone knows they do not. When does the pretense stop and we start living in the real world?________________________________________________________
(Reuters) - The leaders of Germany, France, Italy and Spain will try to find common ground in Rome on Friday to restore confidence in the euro zone ahead of a full EU summit next week, with German Chancellor Angela Merkel likely to be outnumbered.
Dangerously high borrowing costs for Spain and Italy have eased a little on market hopes for policy initiatives at the Brussels summit on June 28/29. If it falls short, both countries may be pushed closer to eventually needing sovereign bailouts. Read Article