THE NEW YORK TIMES, 16/10/08:
In our interconnected world, the American financial crisis quickly became a worldwide financial crisis. Here are four accounts of how the economic meltdown felt in Europe.
Many Londoners are seething at the subprime-mortgage disaster in America.
In Ireland, we wonder if all that wealth really have vanished so quickly, so comprehensively.
Germans are reacting to the spreading financial crisis with remarkable calm.
Icelanders, aghast, have been told that we owe millions of dollars — to whom, we don’t know.