Irish debt problems are sending shockwaves through the rest of Europe
today.

Yields on Italian bonds jumped nearly 0.25% today alone even as Ireland’s
bailout barely had time to shore up debt woes there.

According to UK newspaper The Telegraph, “Italy’s public debt is
over 2 trillion euros, the world’s third-largest after the U.S. and
Japan.”

European stocks fell across the board. The news was bad enough in Europe to
slow markets here in the United States as well, as the S&P 500 fell
nearly 1% in today’s trading. Additionally, the euro fell to a two-month
low against the dollar.

Gold and silver both spiked in price on the euro’s weakness.

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