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By: Sam_Chee_Kong As most of us can remember that Iceland was the first country that went down during the last Global Financial Crisis in 2008. During that time Iceland had done something remarkable and that is during the five years … Continue reading
By John Mauldin In today’s Outside the Box I bring you two pieces that, at first glance, may not seem to have much to do with each other. First, Bill Gross, PIMCO managing director, runs down the fierce structural headwinds … Continue reading
By Namawinelake Last weekend, the communities of Ballyhea and Charleville in county Cork held their 80th weekly bank bailout protest, a dignified 15-minute modest display that demonstrates, for some at least in Ireland, they will not go quietly into the night and … Continue reading
By Dr.Constantin Gurdgiev In my previous postings here, I have suggested that by mid-year, Greece will be back in the market’s crosshairs. Now, time to look beyond that which consumes the media space once again. The latest data on first-quarter … Continue reading
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
By John Mauldin In the Dec. 2011 issue of my Insight newsletter, I wrote: “In the U.S., major new fiscal stimulus is on hold, and monetary policy is impotent. State and local spending, housing, inventory investment, capital equipment investment and … 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
NEW CANAAN, Conn. (MarketWatch) — Lots of little things seem to be contributing to the strength of the market, but there does also seem to be a belief that Germany finally “gets it.” Germany is finally going to relent on their … Continue reading
By the Slog Yesterday, the IMF released disastrous forecasts about the Greek economic outlook for 2012. Unwittingly or otherwise, this development set Athenian journalists and anti-Establishment groups on a hunt for the truth about post-election austerity. The details (revealed today … Continue reading