Stagflation Goes Global Again - UK And China Join Worldwide Manufacturing Slowdown

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Gunpowder Plotter_Jr.'s picture

Strauss-Kahn sex charges on brink of collapse

now that they got what they wanted a new head of IMF they can let him go....


Franken_Stein's picture


It was all a setup.

But carried out so pathetically and dilettanticly, that even the dumbest village idiot could see through it.


falak pema's picture

Jesus, Edmond Dantes could come back to France as the Count of Monte Cristo! 

I don't think Sarko had this in his plans for the run up to 2012 election! Boomerang!

YHC-FTSE's picture

I lost count of the number of junks I got for posting that the DSK sex charge was nothing but a honey trap by morons who were more interested in the salacious details. 


It now turns out that the poor asylum seeking maid in question received over a $100,000 from multiple sources and constantly changed her story to the police. Sarkozy, the most hawkish player in the Libyan oil war benefits, the US Fed benefits, and the USD is saved for another 3 yrs until the SDR comes up for review. Gangsters win again.

the not so mighty maximiza's picture

If they follow the money it might lead to a Sarkozy operative.

achmachat's picture

So what is happening with all the cash today from all the PM selling?

Robslob's picture

Que market ramp in 5...4...3...2...1....

FoieGras's picture

0% real growth does not (always) equal stagflation. Where is the high (double digit) nominal GDP growth in developed countries that would be typical for stagflation? I don't see it.

doomandbloom's picture

Reggie was one of the few ( if not the only) who predicted a stagflation...nice call..

The Axe's picture

Econodicks keep revising down GDP est. and the SP trades higher.  Timmy G leaves to run turbo tax, even the mets are doing me.

Dick Darlington's picture

Italian mfg PMI dropped from 52,8 to 49,9.

Spain mfg PMI dropped from 48,2 to 47,3

Italian deficit to GDP 7,7% on Q1

And all the TBTF are bullish. What a joke...

averagejoe's picture

The so called double dip heads towards the central bankers like a Tsunnami.  And they flap about the beach wondering what the hell to do. 

falak pema's picture

Only Germany chugs away with a rise in employment for the 24th successive month. China just bought for 10 b Euros of contracts from Berlin.

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