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The West's attempt to rescue Europe: A mere band-aid?

Bankers to the rescue? On Wednesday, the West's major central banks launched a coordinated effort to prop up the floundering eurozone. Essentially, the banks moved to lower the cost of loans by making more dollars readily available, all in an attempt to help stave off a credit crunch. "At last, somebody does something!" says Tim Worstall at Forbes. Many investors shared that sentiment, and markets shot up on the news.
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