Relative to the EU, as to GDP, you are correct for the moment. However, it is financially broke if you look at the ECB's borrowings from the US Treasury. There, literally, is no money. As to wealth, the US is probably higher on a per/capita basis and a total value basis. However, the EU and the US have a slightly different method of calculation GDP. The EU's is probably more honest. If you needed money, except for the City of London, you would probably go to New York.
NATO backs Turkey's fight against ISIS (Reuters)
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