So says Spiegel, via Glenn Reynolds on Facebook. It's far from clear to me why making accurate information about nations' creditworthiness harder to get will increase financial stability. Someone seems not to have heard of the concept of the adverse inference.
Proposed Eurozone solution: sue the ratings agencies
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