Well my friend it seems that the issue of hot money is getting hotter. With the ongoing debt crisis in Europe, will the inflow of hot money push further slump in its economy. The global economy confronts several critical issues including the slow growth of the U.S. economy, the effects of QE2, China's attempt to rein in its economy, and the ongoing debt crisis in Europe will push the global economy around. So what will the European authority should do to prevent further economic upheaval?

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