Ever since the European sovereign debt crisis began flaring up, I have made it a habit to read Edward Hugh’s excellent A Fistful of Euros. While The Economist and the Financial Times are two top notch resources for U.S. investors hoping to avoid an Americentric bias and incorporate a European perspective into events as they unfold across the pond, it continues to appear that ultimately the fate of the euro zone will be determined by events in Spain. Given the likely trajectory of events, I can’t think of a better time than the present to be reading what Barcelona-based economist Hugh has to say about Spain and the European financial difficulties.
For starters, check out Hugh’s last three offerings:
- Another Lesson in How Not to Go About Things from the EU Commission
- EU to Ireland: Do You Want Your Pensions or Your Banks?
- Greece Is Almost Certainly “On Track” -- But Towards Which Destination Is It Headed?
Readers, what other top European-based economics blogs should we all be reading?
- Chart of the Week: European Stocks Holding Up Well
- Recent Performance Divergence in European ETFs
- Where and When Will the Euro Bottom?
- Greece, Spain and the Pulse of European Anxiety
- Are You Watching Greece?
- Spain Rallies