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Miltos Yerolemou (@miltosyerolemou) June 9 2016 If you’re still not convinced there’s also the fact that Yerolemou appeared on Sunday’s installment of Thronecast the UK’s post-episode show and revealed that his character has a strong relationship with the House of Black and White the home of the Faceless Men “No One” the eighth episode of Game of Thrones‘ sixth season airs Sunday at 9 pm EST on HBO [h/t Reddit] Write to Megan McCluskey at meganmccluskey@timeinccomMarkets always love a money dump which is why European stocks are now rallying on news that the European Central Bank will purchase 11 trillion worth of euro-denominated bonds between now and September 2016 Bond yields are dropping implying less risk in the European debt markets And the value of the euro itself is falling which should make European exports more competitive which could in turn bolster the European economy over all All good right For now yes it is all good But let’s remember that central bank quantitative easing (QE) of the kind that Europe is now embarking on is always just a Band-Aid on economic troubles not a solution to underlying structural issues in a country (or in this case a region) Just as the Fed’s $4 trillion QE money dump bolstered the markets but didn’t fix the core problems in our economygrowing inequality a high/low job market without enough work in the middle flat wages historically low workforce participationso the ECB QE will excite markets for a while but it won’t mend the problems that led Europe to need this program to begin with Those consist primarily of a debt crisis stemming from the lack of real political integration within the EU Right now Europe has a currency and an economic union that exists in a kind of fantasy land with no underlying political unity Until the Germans start acting more European (meaning creating a consumption society and realizing that they’ll have to do some fiscal transfers to struggling peripheral nations in exchange for the huge export benefits they get from the euro) and countries like Spain Italy Portugal and France start making the changes they really need (all the usual stufflabor market reforms cutting red tape fighting corruption opening up service markets) the debt crisis won’t go away Indeed the challenge now is for countries is to use the breathing room that the ECB has given them to really come together over the next 18 months and make those reforms happen while committing to a truly integrated Europe Germany should say it will unequivocally back peripheral nations financially in exchange for a promise of real reforms in those nations (There should also be tough penalties for failure on both sides of the bargain) That will be tough for sure but Europe will find itself in an even worse place come September 2016 if it doesn’t take action now Post QE without any real structural reform the EU will simply have an even more bloated balance sheet and the market will exact punishment for it For a historical lesson on this look to the many emerging market crises of the past where countries tried to spend themselves out of their problems without doing underlying reforms; 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