EURUSD Collapses On Report Eurozone Considering Delay Of Greek Bailout

Tyler Durden's picture

And scene.


Yes: Europe suggests it may be best for Greece to be partially pregnant... er, in default. But all will be "controlled" - promise. We were a little generous in our estimate for the halflife of the Chinese bail out rumor. Either way, EURUSD plunging down to under 1.3070 on the news.

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EscapeKey's picture

Kreditanstalt is a country.

disabledvet's picture

Spain and Portugal have indeed "borrowed heavily from Germany." And Nigel Farage rocks as well! GO DEMOCRACY!

Thomas's picture

I am shocked! The Greek problem isn't solved? BTW-I have been obsessing over Spain for years (ever since reading a description of the Spanish property market and failure of the banks to write down anything. Santander rocks!)

TruthInSunshine's picture


This shit is beyond hilarious.

I would love to see the schedule and script of the alternating Greece baillout story that's being utilized like a bad Broadway production.

8:15 am EST:  Rumors are floated by anonymous sources (while official sources only make non-committal remarks) that China and/or Germany+select solvent northern neighbors and/or IMF and/or Myanmar and/or Carpenters & Millwrights Pension Fund of Allegheny County, PA have announced that they will plow Greece with installments of 130 billion every 6 to 9 months for years, to the delight of those seeking € debasement (just wait until the rumors come in on Ireland, Portugal, Spain, then Italy and then France - #winning ).

5:15 pm EST:  Rumors are floated by anonymous sources (while official sources only make non-committal remarks) of China and/or Germany+select solvent northern neighbors and/or IMF and/or Myanmar and/or Carpenters & Millwrights Pension Fund of Allegheny County, PA have announced  that they  will not plow Greece with installments of 130 billion every 6 to 9 months for years, to the delight of those seeking € debasement (just wait until the rumors come in on Ireland, Portugal, Spain, then Italy and then France - #winning ).

Repeat daily, but change it up and throw in some exotic twists on the weekends.

It's almost as if the fractional reserve banksters want to get mileage out of rumor mongering as they've drowned themselves (and everyone else) in a liquidity pit and ate thus hamstrung in terms of actually being able to do something to save what is an inevitably doomed Eurozone using a common currency. /s

Get the shit show over with, burn down PIIGS=France and the dissolve the Eurozone, and let Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, and whomever else is a lieutenant for The House of the Red Shield collect in a million ways on derivative bets that they 'win' by extracting the money to pay them from the taxpayers at large, just like with TARP/TALF/QE/TWIST in the U.S.

Ahwooga's picture

Ahh the good old days. Look at the location shots in the background and the number on the dow. Anything changed since then? Also, interesting to hear cramer talking about the need for a default...


hardcleareye's picture

Excellent read. 

Ontario, Canada's min wage is $10.25 compared with the US at $7.25.

I was floored the read that Germany had no min wage, if I understand correctly the social programs (government) make up the difference (to bring keep the working poor from starving or being homeless).

It almost seems like a form of "Corporate Welfare", government subsides labor.  It helps to explain why the exports are competitive, the companies are not paying the true cost of labor.

Matt's picture

For a long time, $1 CAD was worth ~$0.65 USD, so the higher wages after conversion worked out about the same. Since we have public healthcare in Canada and companies don't need to pay for many of the things they do in USA, even at $10 / hour it is fairly competitive.

Besides, most manufacturing jobs pay much more than minimum wage. Call centers used to be outsourced to Canada from USA when wages were ~$7 per hour at <$0.85 conversion, but now that has largely moved overseas to the Phillipines, Guatemala, etc.

He_Who Carried The Sun's picture

Tyler,  R E L A X  and  D E T A C H  for a sec.

Don't jump to conclusions!

Don't make any hasty money-losing moves ;-)

I think you need some tutoring, Tyler, for your trading record must look rather awful!

EscapeKey's picture

Before you know it, a positive 7th derivative will be a reason to rally. Or perhaps we're already there.

Cursive's picture

@Randall Cabot

Return of the Better-Than-Expected Second Derivative!

a growing concern's picture

Fortunately, we just posted a massive beat on the SNAFU index.  Time to go long adult diapers.

Vincent Vega's picture

Bwahaaaaaa! What a phucking circus.

firstdivision's picture

Look at that 10Y fly as the EUR falls off a cliff. 

knight99's picture

WTF is going on. How can you delay and with a bond payment due March 20th. Why not just tell them you are letting default the old fashion way. HARD

emsolý's picture

It's not dead! It's resting.

a growing concern's picture

I'm getting better.


I think I'll go for a walk.

Conman's picture

Going all as planned I see, wow.. so predictable. I knew I should have opened up that FX account.

GeneMarchbanks's picture

DXY to triple digits.

Dr. Engali's picture

The ramp above resistance in the futures is looking weaker and weaker.

fonzannoon's picture

Like it was said before. Just wait till 3:45pm.

Cursive's picture

Soap operas don't have this much drama or twists and turns.

EvlTheCat's picture

You need to switch to Brazilian soap operas.

LongSoupLine's picture



QUICK, Spread rumor that Buffett is about to buy Greece! 

littleguy's picture

Bye Europe. It wasn't very nice knowing you, you bunch of dinosaurs.

kindape's picture

"Euro Collapses..."


Its flat on the day..


(One day it WILL collapse, I wonder what descriptor you will use then)

dasein211's picture

If your trading a FX account that's a helluva lot of money in short time.

disabledvet's picture

HOORAY! (there's always new money...and once its devalued you can't print with impunity anymore moron.) now what's the name of the huge French cement maker again? La Farge?

Randall Cabot's picture

Dropped 120 pips from the high though.

Roland99's picture

what's the low side conjecture?  1.25?  1.20?

We'll get there but there will be more sucker rallies.


vegas's picture

Would love to see how many "rumor rallies" in PIPS the asshats have coordinated since this Greek farce began. C'mon quants, entertain me por favor.

Cdad's picture

Absolutely everythinig is in place to implode the market today.  You could not ask for a better set up as a bear.  Here is your silver platter.

Cdad's picture

Oh...just one thing missing...the Robo top tick [although he may haver performed that service on the overnight].

slaughterer's picture

Long live the buy stop and the sell stop!

mktsrmanipulated's picture

arent u the genius that declared an epic short squeeze sunday night

ekm's picture

My speculation is getting to be proven a little bit every day.

Until they attack Iran, they will be stop and go with Greece.

falak pema's picture

So going from ..1.315 to 1.309 is a collapse? I live n learn the day trade jargon!

disabledvet's picture

from 1.33 it is--which is where is was just a week ago. And "the monster money is long euro." I'm not arguing you should trade against the monster money...although our very own Bruce is here...and he's honest enough to talk about the hits he's taken btw. I would say this: "no one is talking euro 1.60 anymore." Sentience is ability to rise above the self--to think as only a human can--and trade to win accordingly.

falak pema's picture

with all the humility of a non day trader, who partakes of your daily rations of thrillas on the roller coasta of currency and asset class movements here at ZH academy, I do declare in my relative ignorance of psycho gut feeling urge, sixth sense surge, and past chartist trendomania splurge, in my ability to predict when and where the currency drop or spike will end. It is like knowing when my other half will tell me our bank account is at zero! Its falls when it does, like Zeus's thunderbolt. As its she,  who is the main trader of its sustainability. I only know whats what when its all spouted out in the form of a new hand bag or a trip to a place whose name I'll never remember, just the monumental bill of its ephemeral splendour. 

Now to come back to never never land of 1.60 EuroUSD hike, it's like asking me to spike at the smooch of a dyke at her socialite, cocktail polite. I stay neutral and cocktailed and hope she wont have cuckolded me by drowning my sweetie in her dyke soup. I long beijing duck. 

Dermasolarapaterraphatrima's picture



Did you mention "collapse"?


Mortgage applications down as purchase demand falls

Conman's picture

Wow big suprise there. You mean the 10 houses on my street have had for sales signs for a year is NOT becuase the market is so hot that they are holding out for a bigger offer?

GerritB's picture

15-02-12= 6(1+5) 6 (2*1+2) 6 (15-12*2)

adr's picture

You need to allow for a low believeable entry point for your manipulation. The rumors of the day have all been planned, each one timed for maximum effect. There will be some weak rumors and strong rumors. The market will be allowed to drop at open, then a weak rumor to send it up 20 points at 10:30. That rumor will be refuted at 10:45 causing a drop. At the Euro close the rumor of a pledge to fix something will hit the wire causing the great .5% 11:30 rally. The afternoon will see relative calm allowing the market to float higher on no volume. Around 3:00 a rumor of an even bigger rumor hits. 3:30 the mother of all rumors hits, sending the market up 1%. That is if the market follows the same pattern laid out all year.

Manipulation must be planned. All of this has been planned to maximize profit for those connected enough to know. The day of the actual Greek default has probably already been planned for a few years now.

kito's picture

Dramamine please!!!!!