The unemployment rate in the euro area reached the highest on record as the festering debt crisis pushed the economy toward a recession, prompting companies to cut jobs.
Unemployment in the economy of the 17 nations using the euro was 11.4 percent in August, the same as in June and July after those months’ figures were revised higher, the European Union’s statistics office in Luxembourg said today. That’s the highest since the data series started in 1995 and in line with median of 30 economists’ forecasts in a Bloomberg News survey.
Nobody is going to hire or expand their business until and unless they see evidence of organic demand. And when you have driven demand higher through artificial means, you are then stuck; organic demand is never able to catch up as you've managed to do something really stupid in the use of a geometric series as part and parcel of your alleged demand curve.
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