17 sovereign countries deeply divided, without unified fiscal authority, its banks with the world's highest leverage ratios – this is Europe. You are probably wondering why Europe's "Lehman moment" still hasn't arrived. Or it may have taken another form. Instead, we have seen a slow-motion leak of confidence and a steady drain on credibility that has extracted a large and growing toll on stock and bond prices and on the livelihoods of its citizens.
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