Big eurozone economies dragged each other down during eurozone crisis

European Central Bank at night

Economic weakness in Italy and Spain "significantly" affected credit default swap (CDS) spreads in Germany during the eurozone crisis period, a new paper has found, but Greece's crisis did not.

The paper, Transmission of financial stress in Europe: the pivotal role of Italy and Spain, but not Greece, by IMF economists Brenda González-Hermosillo and Christian Johnson, uses a stochastic volatility model to measure sovereign financial distress, using the stability of Germany is a close proxy for

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