New Global Effort To Patch European Insolvency Holes Buys One More Day

Tyler Durden's picture

Comment viewing options

Select your preferred way to display the comments and click "Save settings" to activate your changes.
TLT's picture

I think governments are well aware of the situation.

"They" aren't going to let Europe "die" alone.

We'll have hell on Earth sooner or later, if the financial system doesn't change.

EscapeKey's picture

Why would the financial system change, considering it's been so good to the people in control of it?

breezer1's picture

how do you say house of cards in portuguese? 

TLT's picture

Please edit your comment and also ask how do you say in spanish, italian...

Bahamas's picture

castello di carte ...in Italian

All is chosen's picture

it can be done, but on a sunny day in the quiet hills of the south-west Algarve, with solar panels having fully charged the batteries; & the solar shower up to temperature; & a glass of red in my hand, who cares? :) - (please give generously; it's not our fault that the dozen or so (interlinked & oh so kind to each other) mafia families that have bled this small country dry since joining the EU, are still very much in charge; together with their dictatorial arrogant public sector operatives that us peasants pay for). 

Wheatman's picture

No Tyler, it buys at least 3 days.

Josephine29's picture

Actually it looks like the ECB has found a friend in its purchases of Portuguese government debt. I will let the excellent notayesmanseconomics take up the story.

The Portuguese government is not answering questions on the subject but Bloomberg helpfully tells us there is some one billion Euros of this in issue. Everyone will suspect China bought this bond but whilst we are waiting for more information let me give you a suggestion why Portugal has made a move even Greece rejected. The lack of a coupon means that she will have no interest payments to make which helps her deficit numbers.

 

If you cant sell your debt then do it privately at a price you do not announce!

http://t.co/q0S7gjm

ZackAttack's picture

Vendor financing. That always works.

Rodent Freikorps's picture

This is so unfair. Isn't there a third world country we can buy. How come the Asians get good fire sales?

AnAnonymous's picture

Third world countries are sold out. The US bought them all with debt.

Id fight Gandhi's picture

Someone forgot to buy spanish bonds, yields are soaring.

yabs's picture

WTF? How can Japan the most bankrupt nation in an increasingly bankrupt world "buy" anything?

Isn't this like bernie madoff bailing out Enron?

What a f*cking chirade

AnAnonymous's picture

I buy your debt, you buy mine. Apparently, you can walk a long way with that.

oogs66's picture

From what I can find, Japan is going to buy EFSF debt.  Why is this a big deal?  Even the most bearish people (me included) have not argued that EFSF wouldn't be able to sell AAA rated paper that the ECB would finance!  It might shave a few bps off the EFSF funding rate, but this is not real news, its a no brainer, and don't chase the rally sparked by Japan buying AAA quasi government debt.

Rider's picture

Is this madness never ending?

They buy one day, then a year and this has been going on for decades now.

Perhaps they found the Perpetual Ponzi Machine.

yabs's picture

how much longer can this contin ue?

its like they are defeating nature and mathamatics themselves

I am pig sick of it

 

holsfhf's picture

if the big bernank wants a weak dollar in return to get a strong euro   ... why don't the big bernank buy some of the yellow stuff .... that will make the correlations go bonkers

yabs's picture

woo

looks like krakatoa may be about to blow its load

but its opk the coffee will be ok

http://ca.reuters.com/article/topNews/idCATRE70A2DL20110111