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But they said they didn't need one... I'm stunned.. shocked..
That was yesterday. Today is a new day.
We've always been at war with Eastasia.
no really, no more for me, i've had enough...
really... i know my limit...
so pleasje, don't try talking me into...
aww, shcrew it. gimme another. thanksh...
is germany shtill the deshignated driver?
How will the average eurotrailertrash react when they find out the massive bailout money China funneled into the EU to keep Greece, Ireland, Portugal and Spain on a commatose state for only mere months has on the other side of the trade EUROPEAN LAND AS COLLATERAL?
The Greeks won't pay their taxes to the Greeks. What makes you think they'll pay them to the Chinamen? The Chinese should have talked to the Turks first before loaning money to the Greeks.
Doing it the Greek way: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anal_sex
Hey !!! My chocolate ration has been raised from 30 up to 20 grams a week!!!
The "fundamentals of the economy are strong" until they aren't, and not a second before.
Trichet: to hike or not to hike, that is the question. What sayeth ZH?
Raise, and then each little piggie gets a house of stone ?
bailouts are always a big mistake.
CNBC - yes, CNBC - is running a headline that 2011 is quite possibly going to see a bigger financial crisis than we had in 2008.
I realize CNBsC is akin to the Romper Room of financial discussion....but....
CNBC.com - Patrick Allen - 12 hours ago 2011 is beginning to look very like 2008 before the collapse of Lehman Brothers—except the numbers involved are much bigger this time around.
isn't it time for reggie middleton to say toljaso about now?
ECB says all your bacalhau are belong to us.
There goes the Lisbon Cherry Blossom Festival!
+2 for your avatar. :)
I'm not going to be able to look at ZH at work soon with all these tits about!
i put a picture of my xxxx on a site once. i had to move and change my name.
here we go... I wonder how the Germans will react on that tomorrow.
it really is info overload Wednesday today.
WoW>> Whip 'em Out Wednesdays
blasphemer, obey dave.
It always seems to be the prudent and the savers who bailout the irresponsible.
TRUE re lots going on today...
That's the plan, man.
they will invade you you Chimay loving bastard you... "because you are closer and actually have drinkable beer." Giinjinha bitchez!
"... Hello Spain"
the one that may tip this buggy over.
if not this year it will be next year.
and still.... NONE OF THEM HAS ANY REAL AUSTERITY PLANS!!
>NONE OF THEM HAS ANY REAL AUSTERITY PLANS<
And neither does the US- in fact, Osama is still dreaming up NEW entitlement programs.
All the better to buy your vote for me, my dear.
If any of these fools were serious about getting their fiscal houses in order, you are correct, they would have done so long ago. When Greece was burning (not that it still isn't), where was the Portugese leadership on implementing austery? Why did they need to first run out of money before "taking action?"
P to the I, I to the G = Southwestern Europe & Ireland dominos have been rattled lets see if this is the month they all fall
After the great earthquake of 1755 Portugal should be prepared for another disaster : the IMF/BCE monser!
EVERYONE should be out of this crazy market. All the news that knocked the Euro for six is now driving it higher, bad news out of Japan and all markets rally. European Union getting tested every day and Trichet acts like its a normal day at the office and wants to raise rates. Will Spain have to fail in order to wake everyone up?
" European Union getting tested every day and Trichet acts like its a normal day at the office and wants to raise rates. "
Banking is a confidence game, and bankers are confidence men.
yet euro making a run at 1.46 glad i don't trade FX
Just trade it right. And respect your margin for swings.
Trade it right????
So the smart money is long Euro here?
PIIGS banks are flying today.
Both BBVA and STD about to break out off a huge 6-month base.
I am really, really glad that I don't trade...
I'd be killed...
Me like this one - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/839...
08:43 Silvio Berlusconi, the Italian leader, has used an emergency meeting on Libya in Rome as his excuse for missing part of his trial for sex with an underage prostitute.
Sneaky Italians they can find some good excuses....
Is he accused of violating child labor laws?
Robo, normally I take your shit with a few grains of salt, and understand you're game, unlike some of the wet panties around here, but c'mon man, you're off your game big time here.
Sure, they're both up, but volume is a BIG meh, and both still need at least one follow through day on BIG volume to confirm anything close to what you just said about a breakout.
Are you a buyer here?
tsk, tsk, tsk, you're always pointing out the little stuff. When someone gives you a tip don't you just jump on it? What is there to know?
Since you "understand his game", you should just take take his advice and not ask so many questions. Be sure to report how it all turns out.
XLF and BKX are looking similar challenging last week's highs.
SOX is doing the same dance too. (Remember what we we're saying about the TXN buyout of NSM maybe lighting a fire underneath SOX?)
Looking at least like a rotational effort.
BTFD = Buy the Fucking Default
O.M.G......it's like a domino effect. They still say there's no formal need for a bailout but it's inevitable now...
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