Discussion in 'Europe' started by Dublin 4, Dec 10, 2015.
Always, always back the Brits against the Germans
Support for Brexit is risin by the day...
What actually destroyed the Weimar Republic wasn't inflation it was actually deflation, something the ECB is presently trying to combat with QE. Germany needs to STFU and allow the ECB's bond buying programme to not only continue but also ramp up the scale of buying from the present €60 billion a month to €80 billion, a measure that the markets had hoped would have been agreed at the most recent ECB meeting last Thursday week. Unfortunately the Bundestag President managed to keep the bond buying programme maintained at the present levels.
The US recovery has been stronger than Europe's partly because of the aggressive monetary policies of the Fed in stimulating the economy. We need the same stimulus policies in Europe now.
But Yawn, Germany doesn't need to do anything - sure you & the Crisis Junkies/Circus Clowns have it all fixed
The influx of refugees entering Germany this year has passed the one million mark, heaping pressure on European leaders as they struggle to cope with the migrant crisis.
Her popularity has been in freefall over the last three months amid xenophobic fears that refugees are overrunning the country and the government is losing control of its borders.
Angela Merkel is doing more damage to the future of the West than Donald Trump
The East German pastor’s daughter is surely a much nicer person than Donald J Trump, but I wonder if she is not doing more actual harm to the future of the West."
i fully agree with giving keenan a run here "bleak omen" is a classic .....could give beastly in eastleigh a run too :shy:
After Christmas on P.ie OWTH.
I've other related Threads on the EU here.
Any news from the Shinner Support Base about the Growth of Euroscepticism?
I hope SF ditch O'Brionn as Euro-strategist he's turned them Pro EU!
Watch out for these boys too
I'll be starting more threads- I started 2 or 3 today
I feel as if their goose is cooked
Any chance you can show us some evidence that Europe is after emerging from the crisis stronger then ever Ren?
Not doubting you or anything but Ireland paying 8 billion interest every year, Greece absolutely fecked, Spain not far behind, Portugal fecked and France not able to met its targets would suggest Europe has not emerged stronger than before, unless of course by Europe you mean Germany and even then they are hiding their true situation.
In the next few years we will most likely see the true extent of what has happened and why.
Will the fact that more countries have joined since the "crisis" began and more are queued up to join serve as clear evidence things are getting better?
So you are full of shit, I dont agree with Dublin 4 and his her crazy carry on but you have just joined his gang.
You are right about the Annual €8 Billion though & Iceland have ran away from Goldman Sachs/EU with Poland goin cold on joinin EMU.
The Migrant Crisis & Eurozone Crisis will both feed each other.
Unfortunately the Islamoterror Crisis is only warming up too.
Anyone that thinks Ireland, Europe, the US and most others are better off than 2008are not to be taken seriously at all. Just taking national debt loads for example. Ireland has gone from 65 to about 180 billion. The US under Obama will double from 10.8 trillion to just below 19 trillion now and 20.5 trillion by his exit.
TThese clowns have made the situation much worse, but people are oblivious, and will be, till the rates go up, when it is over.
Its not too unlike drug dealers.....you are only controlled when you owe them money....think about that....Countries that could do the right thing by their people have had that facility taken away from them....
You come across like a level headed Guy Nutter.
Don't mind my silly gags & pics etc- they're Chinese Water Torture for the Untermenchen who got us into this mess.
If I could do something else I would...
It's 2008 all over AGAIN: George Soros warns China will spark global financial MELTDOWN
Deutsche Bank: From Bad To Worse
More large losses, but this time not just from write-offs and charges
*GERMAN BANKING ASSOCIATION TO CREATE 'BAD BANK': HANDELSBLATT
This rings a few bells!
Won’t pay! Can’t pay?
A $14 billion demand from America adds to the German lender’s troubles
BILLS for pre-crisis buccaneering are still coming in. Deutsche Bank, Germany’s biggest lender, confirmed on September 15th that America’s Department of Justice (DoJ) had asked for $14 billion to settle possible claims connected with the underwriting and sale of residential mortgage-backed securities (RMBSs) between 2005 and 2007.
The next day Deutsche’s share price, already reeling after a wretched year, plunged by 8%.
It was groggier still after the weekend, closing on September 20th at a 30-year low (see chart).