European Stocks Plunge To Worst December Since 2002

Tyler Durden's picture

Between Draghi's disappointment, Kuroda's un-dovishness, China's currency war, and flailing faith in The Fed (as policy errors loom), it appears European stocks were not the "no brainer" investment everyone promised them to be after all. December's 5% plunge was the worst for this time of year since 2002 (2nd worst on record).



Looks like we are going to need more QE or this ship is going down.

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Wulfkind's picture

Paging Mario Draghi.....paging Mario Draghi. Your bazooka is ready and standing by.

froze25's picture

This is all Dollar bullish.

KnuckleDragger-X's picture

Don't pester Mario, he's on a sheep diddling holiday........

surf0766's picture

Bubba Trump and his VP Hillary Clinton wil fix it.

froze25's picture

Ehh, I don't see Trump having VP Hillary, Now if it were Jeb I would totally agree but Trump is getting attacked from all sides if he were truly in Bed with Hillary he would be the portrayed by all Media as the next coming of Christ but that is not the case.

MountainsRoam's picture

January 2016 is gonna be ugly for American Markets!

R.R.Raskolnikov's picture

The Dutch AEX is more than 4% up this year. Any way we are going to end this year with a bang, with or without firework. Happy New Year!

P.S. Look at the Nasdaq and see where it is today. The couple of months have not been so well but that was caused by the weather. My prediction is that it will go to 6000 next year. One big buy recomendation on all these stocks: TSLA, FB, AAPL and NFLX.

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