Post Tagged with: "European bonds"

March 7, 2013 08:06

An Infinite Amount of Money – Et Tu, Italy?

Too many in power just don’t see the impending crisis that you and I see, or at least they don’t see the need to act now.

September 13, 2012 08:07

Why OMT Cannot Possibly Solve Anything; Monti Warns Italian Unions; Over 200,000 Jobs at Risk; Italy’s Insane Labor Rules

The first structural problem is preposterous labor work rules in Italy, Spain, and Greece. The second structural problem is the ECB and the euro itself. One size interest rate policy cannot possibly work in a mix of cultures and work rules.

September 7, 2012 07:54

Euro as Dodo Bird

We are on the verge of a complete break-down, one that is unavoidable no matter how much political gobbledegook is used to try to convince otherwise.

June 29, 2012 09:09

EU adopts plan to take over sovereign nations’ budgets – welcome to the EUSSR

Eurozone leaders backed a ten year plan that would give an EU treasury powers over national budgets. The plan uses vague leftist socialist code words that could be interpreted to justify just about any decisions made.

June 11, 2012 05:13

Spain and The Runaway Euro Bailout Train

The situation has become so critical that European leaders reportedly are working on the issuance of joint euro bonds to rescue euro. That might save the euro, but here’s one scary question for all–How long can this bailout train and money printing press keep on running?

December 6, 2011 05:50

Is Germany Europe’s last hope?

The euro’s time is almost up – so says one of the big three credit rating agencies as it prepares for a mass eurozone debt downgrade. S&P’s announcement shook international markets, with investors cutting and running on European holdings.

December 5, 2011 03:30

6 Horsemen? Central Banks Dollar Liquidity Only Prolongs The Euro Debt Crisis

Until there’s a fundamental and structural change of how government is held accountable for running and managing a nation’s resources, there could be more crises similar to the one in the Euro Zone popping up to the point of one Scary Grandioso–No more spare bailout capacity.

November 30, 2011 06:49

Euro-Crisis is Much Worse Than It Looks

This incredibly contractionary monetary “policy” began sometime earlier this year and is continuing to accelerate. I put policy in scare quotes because there is no policy as such there is simply contraction.

November 30, 2011 05:58

EU entering ‘critical period’ to resolve debt crisis

[A] top official said the region had just days to take decisive action to resolve the crisis. – BBC

November 28, 2011 03:30

Euro Bond: Europe’s Only Way Out For Now

[S]ome economists believe that the outright collapse of the Euro could reduce GDP in its member-states by up to half and trigger mass unemployment, which could lead to widespread civil unrest and property losses. In that scenario, a recession/depression in Europe and the world would be closer to a probability of 100%.