Friday, 8 April 2011

A Friend in Need

The top part represents the total European Bailout Funds available currently and who is providing them, it is interesting to note that a large portion is provided by countries outside of Europe (USA + Japan at roughly €70 billion). Then the 2nd part shows how that money will be alocated, it seems they are estimating Portugal's needs to be higher than Ireland's... I guess time will tell.

31 comments:

  1. They need to add the Nation of Azoo to that list....

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  2. did you make this chart? if so what other sort of predictions of needs do you have?

    www.themanscave.org

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  3. It's also interesting to know that Ireland and Greek standards are higher than Slovenia(also in EU) yet Slovenia still contributed and got nothing in return only more defficit....(and not only slovenia)

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  4. thanks for sharing!

    http://all-around-toto.blogspot.com/

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  5. I wonder how this is all gonna pan out in ten years. It sucks right now for sure.

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  6. Huh.. great amount of money.

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  7. So why are we bailing out folks when we were recently bailed out by China?

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  8. Seems like quite a sum coming from countries outside the EU. I understand that there are many foreign investments in European countries, but it still strikes me as odd that they'd give money into a general bailout fund. There must be something more to it I'm not seeing.

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  9. Its also quite interesting to know that the US is helping when they have a huge debt of their own.

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  10. I don't think the US has lots of money to spend =/ Oh well that's what you get when you're the self-appointed international police.

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  11. oh my god... my brain is full of fuck

    america is so fiscally irresponsible

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  12. im with the Dolphin America is irresponsible

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  13. Man we are heading toward a collision course

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  14. and I wonder why our government is in so much debt..

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  15. That's interesting...sure is a lot of money.

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  16. Yeah guess why America has such a debt lol

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  17. Lets not forget that these "Bailout" are in fact high interest loans and unless the Euro collapses everyone will get paid back with a handsome profit.

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  18. This is awesome! Love it! keep up the great work!

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  19. IDK about you guys... But that pie chart says to me: Dark Blue is a greedy douche.

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  20. It's strange because you can think of these international banks as insurance providers.

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  21. france and germany do it twices

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  22. Thats interesting point, yeah, weird!

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