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Wed, 09/14/2011 - 03:26 | 1667004 chinawholesaler
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Mon, 08/22/2011 - 05:42 | 1585239 Dingleberry
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Screw the Germans.  They helped cause this mess.  

Mon, 08/22/2011 - 05:01 | 1585214 Snidley Whipsnae
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"Prospect of New Core Euro Gains Traction"... from BBerg...

"The euro area may need to shrink to survive.

As its sovereign-debt crisis nears a third year and rescue efforts fail to stop the rot in financial markets, economists from Pacific Investment Management Co.’s Mohamed El-Erian to Harvard’s Martin Feldstein say ensuring the euro’s existence may require members to leave the 17-nation currency region.

The result would be what El-Erian, Pimco’s Newport Beach, California-based chief executive officer, calls a “smaller, much better integrated, fiscally strong euro zone.” While leaders such as German Chancellor Angela Merkel consistently rule out that option, El-Erian told “Bloomberg Surveillance”with Tom Keene on Aug. 17 that they eventually may embrace it over the fiscal union required to maintain the status quo. "

Sun, 08/21/2011 - 20:19 | 1584467 tom
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Less Sol Sanders!! More Chris Whalen!! Pleeeeeeaaaase!!!!!

Mon, 08/22/2011 - 07:23 | 1585319 DaBernank
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+1 you should follow Whalen on twitter.

Sun, 08/21/2011 - 20:07 | 1584443 Greenhead
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It is hard enough to envision our other states bailing out the likes of California or Illinois.  To imagine the citizens of Germany bailing out other countries with different languages, cultures, and degrees of profligacy is really hard to imagine.

Mon, 08/22/2011 - 00:07 | 1585000 Widowmaker
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You aren't bailing out states or countries, you are bailing old fashioned lies and fraud from thieves and crooked markets.

Governments are the mere helpless proxies, complimentary only where they cross - the intersection of money street and power blvd.

Try them and lynch them all for corrupting both paths.

Sun, 08/21/2011 - 19:50 | 1584403 MFL8240
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GERMANY LERANED NOTHING FROM THE DAYS OF THE WEIMAR REPUBLIC.

Mon, 08/22/2011 - 02:05 | 1585106 Ahmeexnal
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They still haven't learned how to prepare Kimchi.

Centuries have passed and they still forget to add the hot peppers.

Mon, 08/22/2011 - 07:21 | 1585313 DaBernank
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This bothers me to no end... It's just red sauerkraut here in Austria too. Have Sri-ra-cha will travel.

Sun, 08/21/2011 - 18:35 | 1584167 Soul Train
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Dust in the wind.
Many investors have been expecting euro disintegration for some time.
Old hat.

Sun, 08/21/2011 - 18:24 | 1584144 smiler03
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This is from Reuters By Annika Breidthardt BERLIN | Sun Aug 21, 2011 5:02pm BST

http://uk.reuters.com/article/2011/08/21/uk-eurozone-germany-schaeuble-idUKTRE77K0T320110821 

Quote:

READY FOR EUROPEAN MINISTER

 

In line with that Schaeuble said in a newspaper interview he still had hope the euro could lead to a political union.

He was personally prepared to pass national sovereignty to Brussels to secure the long-term stability of the euro zone but conceded that the currency bloc was not ready for it yet.

"As a private person, Wolfgang Schaeuble would already be ready to (delegate sovereignty to Brussels). I have no problem with the idea of a European finance minister," he told Welt am Sonntag newspaper published on Sunday.

I'm flabbergasted. The German Finance Minister is prepared to "delegate sovereignty to Brussels"? Is this man insane? I can't see that idea getting support from any German ever. Or am I misunderstanding something?

 

 

Mon, 08/22/2011 - 06:50 | 1585278 Azannoth
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Those types have been in power/politics for decades, the European Union is their life's work(and their succession guarantee, so that they can appoint another generation of apparatnics into power), they ain't gonna give it up easy

Sun, 08/21/2011 - 19:43 | 1584378 IQ 145
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Yes; he is insane. There's a cult of life-long out front declared Socialists, (big government people), who are completely out of touch with the citizenry.

Mon, 08/22/2011 - 02:07 | 1585110 Ahmeexnal
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All hail Emperor Herman Van Rompuy, master of all Europe.

Sun, 08/21/2011 - 17:44 | 1584069 Dick Fitz
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The upcoming week should be interesting. The fact that a major crisis in the EU (or Japan, or China, or the US) could bring down the whole house of cards is invigorating!

Sun, 08/21/2011 - 17:37 | 1584052 Tic tock
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On the other hand, the Dmark would attract serious Capital to German markets: as it is, Germany produces some pretty high-end capital equipment. Flush with capital, the banks could easily finance the difference in exchange rates..,

Mon, 08/22/2011 - 09:19 | 1585565 Joy on Maui
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A reinstated German Mark would face the same problem the Swissie is currently facing.  Both countries are heavily export-dependent, and a strong currency therefore a big problem.  The  SNB has been fighting a loosing battle to keep the Swissie from rising against other currencies due to it being perceived as a safe haven.   The German Mark would likely be viewed in at least as favorable a light as the Swissie, at least temporarily.  As a former German citizen, I feel for Angela Merkel... It seems she is screwed whichever way this thing goes.

Sun, 08/21/2011 - 17:08 | 1583984 Implicit simplicit
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How are the percentages for individual liabilities for ECB purchases figured in their union charter? Everyone talks about the failure of the currency, however what would stop them from changing the charter to please the Germans prior to the next big restucturing of debt? The Germans are holding the sttrong hand.

Sun, 08/21/2011 - 16:27 | 1583908 Fuh Querada
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This is sensationalist crap.  A pot-pourri of meaningless buzzwords.

Sun, 08/21/2011 - 16:16 | 1583890 Fred Hayek
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Germans might want the d-mark back but wait till they see what happens to their export industries when all their goods are priced in a currency not chained to the greeks, portuguese, italians and spanish? Any german company making money selling to those countries will have a hard time dealing with the new lira etc.

Mon, 08/22/2011 - 04:56 | 1585210 Snidley Whipsnae
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Germany flourished with a strong Dmak in the past because they are extremely hard working and have management that cooperates with labor.

Germany will continue to be a strong exporter when the world decides on a new reserve currency.

Sun, 08/21/2011 - 15:26 | 1583796 disabledvet
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"LETS GET IT ON!"

Sun, 08/21/2011 - 19:40 | 1584363 IQ 145
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Both the Danish and the Dutch people are significant payees in this scheme, also; and they don't like it either. The "people" are never consulted, the leaders make the decisions. There was never any one day when a majority of German Citizens wanted a Euro instead of a D-Mark; but nobody asked them. It was a socialist program engineered by the French; the Fiat currency experts who utterly destroyed their own currency twice in the same century. The eighteenth century. The second time around the minutes of the currency committee say, "well, we're all grown up now and we know all about these things so we'll just print a little bit". The Euro was doomed from day one; it was never a rational plan.

Mon, 08/22/2011 - 07:06 | 1585297 disabledvet
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Let's invade somebody!

Mon, 08/22/2011 - 06:46 | 1585274 Azannoth
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"The "people" are never consulted, the leaders make the decisions" - That is why it's called a Democracy no?

Mon, 08/22/2011 - 04:53 | 1585207 Snidley Whipsnae
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"The Euro was doomed from day one; it was never a rational plan."

All fiat currencies are 'doomed from day one'... None of them are 'rational plans'.

Europe was tired of the US exporting it's inflation in the form of dollars into Europe. Europe decided that two could play at the game...

European timing was Waaay off. Had they introduced the Euro in the 1960's they might have had a greater distribution of Euro currency (including settlement for oil) and not have counted on dollars to such a great extent. Now the Euro banks are liquidity constrained and must count on the Fed for swap lines to provide dollars. Suicide for the Euro...

Now it is too late for the Euro currency to survive... too few Euros introduced to the world too late...

The dollar to follow the fate of the Euro. Once one of these phony currencies fall the rush into commodities, and the rush out of soverign paper, will accelerate... hold onto your PMs, buy plenty of popcorn...Watch Ben print!

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