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Hugo Dixon: Confidence tricks for Europe

Hugo Dixon outlines the quick fixes that Europe needs to calm markets

Hugo Dixon: The euro zone's last hope

A politically acceptable, legal and effective idea is interest subsidies from low-yield to high-yield euro zone countries

Hugo Dixon: Greece's last, best chance

In order for Greece to recover, it must first stare into the abyss

Hugo Dixon: Not banking on union

A centralised regulatory system for banks in Europe is no solution to the euro crisis

Hugo Dixon: After Robin Hood

The financial transactions tax should make way for one on financial value added and a levy on hot money

Hugo Dixon: A real common market

Euro zone austerity should be medium-term instead of short-term

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