Market Snapshot: Europe Down Large But End-Tone Better In Credit

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GeneMarchbanks's picture

Puts! Get your puts here!

Edward Fiatski's picture

illiquidity, bitchez.

 

If you're in bullshit stocks, you deserve what is coming; let me introduce you to my friend - Mr. 1931.

ReactionToClosedMinds's picture

thks for the catch & post

 

Aden Sisters (some of the orginal gold bulls light years away now) sound like they are straining to portray 'rational ' comments in this environment

ReactionToClosedMinds's picture

read up on the Credtistaldt collapse ....... initially no one foresaw the dynamci that started with that 'deposit withdarawal' bank collapse in Austria in August 1931 ... would domino efffect its way through all of Europe then NY banks then all US banks as everyone had to jump off the gold standard etc.

 

 

This sure looks like history 'rhyming' if not repeating

toady's picture

Loading the weapons, running the bug-out checklist.

Good luck everyone!

Edward Fiatski's picture

I wish I could take all of you great people to my hideout, but then again - survival of the fittest, bitchez. EVERY MANLY MAN FOR THEMSELVES!

fuu's picture

We'll just meet you there.

Edward Fiatski's picture

Aha! But then that makes you a ZOMBIE in my threat classification system in the event of societal collapse.

rambler6421's picture

Deflation Bitchez!

BrocilyBeef's picture

If that is a strengthening US Dollar, then, yes, D.B.!

...but honestly I want to see MORE US Dollar strength. This just isn't enough yet.

rajat_bhatia's picture

Deflation is great for Indian Consumers

Robslob's picture

Deflation is great for ALL Consumers

 

There...fixed.

Edward Fiatski's picture

Economic situation coupled with TRADE WARS,

 

"US Senator Brown says new bill aimed at China would treat currency manipulation as an unfair subsidy" ,

 

and a new world war is being fermented - all too predictable, all too ignored. Enjoy

Calculo Ergo Sum's picture

Dexia:

The French press yesterday reported the bank's exposure to French municipal entities, and it did not look nice.

Dick Darlington's picture

And ECB manipulating the gubbmint bond market. Big size today, 50M clips throughout the day to give one more day of illusion Italy and Spain will be all good. Of course that's false and will end up in tears. Tears of the taxpayers all over Europe since ECB's purchases will be "handed over" to the balance sheets of national central banks according to their capital keys. Finnish opposition is starting to raise hell abt this. ECB is overruling the sovereigns, no questions asked. Except in Germany (Weber, Stark) and Finland (Soini).

Peter K's picture

The key is the wordsmithing of the Euroland communiques. If they could just get the wording right, they could defuse this whole solvency crisis:)

OK and the right message in the strategic leaks. It's actually a messaging issue when you drill down. Yea, yea...that's the ticket.