Austria, Belgian Bonds Crushed

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Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:08 | 1902187 GeneMarchbanks
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Core crush!

That commercial is terrifying.

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:30 | 1902272 johny2
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Supernova debt explosion. Ageing Ponzi debt scheme collapses briefly under gravitational pull of the real assets, before incredible amounts of fiat money are printed in a short period of time.



Tue, 11/22/2011 - 11:06 | 1902413 Tramp Stamper
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Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:08 | 1902194 Harlequin001
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Time to duck...

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:09 | 1902195 Cdad
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Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:09 | 1902199 Quintus
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Creditanstalt all over again.

How fitting it would be if the second Great Depression was triggered in the same country (Austria) and by the same mechanism (Bank Failure) as the first?

History doesn't repeat, but it rhymes (Closely, in this case).

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:10 | 1902202 StychoKiller
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                   Excerpt(s) from "The Big Short":

"In Bakersfield, CA., a Mexican strawberry picker with an income of $14,000/yr and no English was lent every penny he needed to buy a house for $724,000."

"By May 2007, however, there was a growing dispute between Howie Hubler and Morgan Stanley.  Amazingly, it had nothing to do with the wisdom of owning $16 Billion in complex securities whose value ultimately turned on the ability of a Las Vegas stripper with five investment properties, or a Mexican strawberry picker with a single $750,000 home, to make rapidly rising interest payments."

"'Who takes out a home loan and doesn't make the first payment?' asked Danny Moses, putting the matter one way.  'Who the fsck lends money to people who can't make the first payment?' asked Eisman, putting it another."

Apparently, Europeans have been playing the same games.

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:16 | 1902224 Internet Tough Guy
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Strawberry pickers provide a service. Bankers, not so much.

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:23 | 1902248 midgetrannyporn
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My version:

Strawberry pickers are good for the economy. Bankers are overpaid parasites.

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:19 | 1902232 EscapeKey
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Here in the UK, the government wants first-time buyers to be able to get mortgages with just 5% equity.

Fucking great idea, considering the bubble never was allowed to burst. They simply lowered the base rate to make housing "more affordable".


Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:55 | 1902367 Harlequin001
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The Govt needs to let the market set a fair rate anbd assess a fair risk...

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:29 | 1902268 a growing concern
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"Oh, you said 14 THOUSAND. Classic mixup!"

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:31 | 1902276 Mutatto
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Picture of the stripper, please.

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:10 | 1902205 dereksatkinson
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Could they just hurry up and hit the TLTs already?

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:11 | 1902207 Manthong
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I didn't know Bahney Fwank was working in Europe.

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:14 | 1902214 Vlad
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Graph is Commerzbank, not Austria.

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:16 | 1902225 Quintus
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You are correct, but nevertheless, Belgian 10Yr yields are up 3.75% on the day to a 3.518% yield.  Not good.

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:45 | 1902253 Vlad
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Indeed, similar in Austria. Graph here

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:17 | 1902226 hourglass86
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Fucking scary commercial!

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:20 | 1902236 Mitch Comestein
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Just like in 1873.  It is Vienna bank panic time!

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:21 | 1902237 Tsar Pointless
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So we have a full-blown European meltdown on our hands; no SuperCommittee plan; budget "cuts" coming sometime in the future at a later date and time which is not now or next year or likely ever; and, a crumbling US economy.

From it I infer: Crashes in all worldwide equity markets heading into and throughout 2012; collapsing Treasury yields in the US along with a massively-rising dollar as worldwide *investors* "fly" to "safety"; riots and other social unrest taking place in Europe, culminating in a spectacular EU dismantling.

All fun and games have been concluded. It's time for somebody to lose an eye.

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:24 | 1902249 Sudden Debt
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Our bureau of tourisme only welcomes this kind of free advertising for Belgium!


Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:25 | 1902256 magpie
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Take our guided tour and receive free bonds and dexia certs ?

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:24 | 1902251 magpie
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Tu felix Austria

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:25 | 1902257 Seasmoke
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i dont see how they are going to keep this together thru Christmas , let alone Obamas relection in 2012

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:42 | 1902320 Sudden Debt
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Watch and see the machine of propaganda unfold itself and create wonders!


Tue, 11/22/2011 - 11:12 | 1902434 Zero Debt
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They are planning a war on Iran to distract the sheeple from their own lives.

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:45 | 1902333 imsaul0968
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Tue, 11/22/2011 - 13:29 | 1903023 ceilidh_trail
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Tyler needs to kick this cheapskates ass off ZH. If this company had any ethics, they would pay for an ad. If they behave this way now, who in hell would trust them with ten cents real money? MFGlobal anyone?

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:47 | 1902339 slewie the pi-rat
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alpine waffle stomp dem bonds, BiCheZ!

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 15:04 | 1903523 DrunkenPleb
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Oooohhh, the phrase 'alpine waffle' makes me want waffles and schnitzel with maple syrup. How are rates in Canada??

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 10:49 | 1902346 rambler6421
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Wait until French bonds get destoryed.

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 11:05 | 1902409 topcallingtroll
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Probably a mistake for Austria to quit loaning to Eastern Europe.

An old Chinese saying suggests that if you find yourself riding a tiger it is best not to dismount or you will be eaten.

China and USA understand this.
Dont hit the breaks. Accelerate mother fucker!

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 11:16 | 1902447 soopy
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Tyler that first chart is Commerzbank isn't it?

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 11:35 | 1902536 Bagbalm
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"culminating in a spectacular EU dismantling" = war

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 11:38 | 1902553 pagan
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Is this the dumbest commercial ever produced?

I bet, even the Yanks cannot beat this?

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 12:15 | 1902664 FranSix
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Mimes in white foundation, wearing black combiné tights, black ballet slippers, horizontal stripped shirts, juggling plates?  Wearing berets? On a unicycle?  In a Toulouse Lautrec painting?

How Yurpeen!

Tue, 11/22/2011 - 13:08 | 1902882 Snakeeyes
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A one day blip is not a crash. Look at the longer-term charts here:

U.S. Q3 GDP Revised Down To 2%, Europe Continues Down Ski Slope


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