RANsquawk European Morning Briefing - Stocks, Bonds, FX etc. – 05/09/11

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Version 7's picture

Good morning! DAX falling apart and hitting new lows: 5,326.09 (-3,83%)

TradingJoe's picture

Someone is missing the algos right now :()))

nmewn's picture

Turn those damned machines back on!!!...lol.

11b40's picture

Just think what would happen this week if the US markets were closed for a few days, like at Xmas.  HFT's wil be running overtime tomorrow trying to catch-up (stabilize?).

Coldcall's picture

The real eye opener this morning is the almost 5.5% on Italian 10 year bonds. Either the ECB can no longer control the yield or they are playing chicken with Berlusconi re back tracking on austerity agreement.

Being a Canadian all i can say is thank heavens we also have labour day today :-)

tallen's picture

RBS down 10%, Barclays down 7%. Let the house of cards fall!

westboundnup's picture

The very fact that RBS can be down 10% in a day indicates great instability in what should otherwise be a fairly stable sector, banking.  Just imagine going back 30 or 40 years ago and telling someone that the stock of the Royal Bank of Scotland lost 10% of its value in 1 day.  There's no way that person would think you were telling the truth.

Stormdancer's picture

Damn that boy can talk!  He spits out words at a rate that'd make a machine gun blush.

JW n FL's picture

But! BUT! BUT!! I dont wanna eat my peas! LOL!!

Austerity Bitchez!!!


Voted Out of Office!

Sytemic Failure on the Finance Side!

what else could you want! this is Great for Labor!! LOL!!

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DefiantSurf's picture

exactly, its a complete joke that they still have any sovereign status at all...they should have imploded months ago.



Coldcall's picture

ouch...Italian 10 years:

VALUE: 5.497 EUR

Sequitur's picture

Greek bonds = disaster. Can Italy and Spain yield explosions be far behind? And, when does the fatigue set in and all the countries say, "screw this" and hit the reset button on the euro?

GeneMarchbanks's picture

When France gets degraded, deflowered, sodomized and finally downgraded. And it won't be any countrie(s), just Germany.

Mec-sick-o's picture

And the Nordiks, (gold collateral creditors such as the Finns)

Muddy1's picture

Tht will happen shortly, just before the reset button on the US is pushed.

oobrien's picture

Get it through your thick fucking heads.

We're fucked.

This is a long, long depression.

And gold and guns ain't gonna save you.

The solution?

Tune in, turn on, and drop out.

Fuck it all in the ass.



Stormdancer's picture

umm....no thanks.  As bad as it's gonna get it ain't got the power to get me aroused over a hairy brown-eye winkin' at me. 

You go right ahead though, whatever flips your skirt.  Just not behind me...then you got troubles you won't be able to handle.



El Gordo's picture

Screw PM's, I'm going all in on fake designer handbags today.

sunny's picture

All these negative comments, all this angst.  Everyone should look at the bright side....




oh the hell with it. 


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baten's picture

It's so bad, it's almost good....

11b40's picture

Gee whiz!  Can't we take one lousy day off without the rest of the world droping 3%?  I mean, don't our machines deserve a holiday?  After all, processing all those 1's & 0's is very Labor intensive and exhausting work.

snowball777's picture

1.40 handle on EURUSD