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Tag Archives: European sovereign debt crisis
Reblogged from The Slog. 3-D bollocks deconstruction: A couple of days ago, Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras went on Greek telly to advise Prime Minister Antonis Samaras that he should cease negotiating with the Troika, and instead agree a joint strategy … Continue reading
By Gorge Soros My objective in coming here today is to discuss the euro crisis. I think you will all agree that the crisis is far from resolved. It has already caused tremendous damage both financially and politically and taken an … Continue reading
By Florian Pantazi Slowly but surely, the set of remedies employed in the hope of solving the euro crisis is now spreading recession from the periphery to the core of the eurozone. Austerity measures, accompanied by an increase in taxes, … Continue reading
By David Mc Williams Greece has defaulted again, and the financial markets have shrugged their shoulders. The euro remained unchanged versus the dollar. The Greek stock market even rallied. What does this tell us? It tells us that, as this … Continue reading
Britain’s Foreign Secretary William Hague accused Germany of alienating many from European ideas by pushing too hard for too much integration. “Sometimes less is more,” he said at a policy forum in Berlin. He said the push for ever-greater coordination in … Continue reading
The euro crisis is not over and is about to get interesting … Supposedly the euro crisis is all over. The mighty ECB has spoken. I have received triumphalist suggestions from bastions of euro-fanaticism that I should now capitulate. ECB bond-buying will … Continue reading
By Christopher M Quigley Market Divergence: Labour Day is done, the holidays are over, schools and colleges are back: game on. Expect one wild ride in the markets between now and the November US presidential election results. Internally the technicals are … Continue reading
By Reggie Middleton As part of my ongoing series which I started in January of 2010 – Pan-European sovereign debt crisis, I detailed the rapidly developing financial malaise in Europe, detailing the risk to the larger more respected western European … Continue reading
TRILLION$ AS POCKET CHANGE From December 2011 to April 2012, the Dollar Swap Facility released $3.2 trillion for European bank aid. It accomplished nothing, since their banks are a field of Greek-like ruins still. The money went into the LTRO … Continue reading
“Perhaps more than anythingelse, failure to recognize the precariousness and fickleness of confidence– especially in cases in which large short-term debts need to be rolledover continuously – is the key factor that gives rise to thethis-time-is-different syndrome. Highly indebted governments, banks, orcorporations can seem to be … Continue reading