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by Dr_Volkmar_G_Hable : The technical picture of the USD shows a large descending triangle which is an indication for further downside for the USD. This chart is in sharp contrast to the repeatedly announced “strong-dollar policy” by the US administration. … Continue reading
From From :Christopher M. Quigley to: Thomas For your attention: Sent To All Dail Member Today: “Pacta Sunt Servanda” “Article 4 states that a country must not have a debt bigger than 60%of what it produces in a year (its … Continue reading
BY Jim_Willie_CB Notice the debt solution to the debt problem handed to Greece, shoved down their throats. More specifically, observe the austerity budget requirements that assure economic deterioration. No exception has been offered, yet the same prescription is applied that results in … Continue reading
This report was sent into us today : Many economists expect catastrophic consequences if any country exits the euro. However, during the past century sixty-nine countries have exited currency areas with little downward economic volatility. The mechanics of currency … Continue reading
By Anatole Kaletsky, Charles Gave, Francois Chauchat – GaveKal Starting With the Bad News… Although the usual post-summit rally should not be too hard to orchestrate in the thin markets around Christmas, there was more bad news than good for the … Continue reading
by Anthony Wile This is a funny question to ask given that the dollar is in the dumps and the euro has had a strong rally since the region’s top Eurocrats “saved” the euro this week. But in Europe, where … Continue reading
by Staff Report at the Daily bell The Swiss franc tumbled against the euro and dollar on Tuesday after the Swiss National Bank set a minimum exchange rate target of 1.20 francs per euro to combat the strength of the … Continue reading
After bubbling under the surface for the past three years the issue of mortgage arrears finally erupted this week.So just how big is the problem? Almost certainly a lot bigger than most of us realise. The latest banking statistics from … Continue reading
By: Christopher M_Quigley Labour unrest, collapsing employment, bankrupt public coffers, riots and sovereign debt default.This all might seem unexpected however in 1995 a former European Union economist Bernard Connolly foretold it all in his classic book “The Rotten Heart of … Continue reading
By namawinelake Figures supplied today by the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) show that Ireland has drawn down €22.36bn from the IMF/EU bailout agreed last November 2010. The figures show that the blended average rate of interest charged is 5.58% … Continue reading