What To Expect Out Of Europe

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YesWeKahn's picture

France has no clue. But they are a part of the problem!

gojam's picture

Peter, I think you should check this out by Dr Pippa Malmgren

http://www.pippamalmgren.com/77.html

I think Germany will announce it's leaving the Euro on Sunday.

Makes perfect sense and it joins all the dots nicely.

Ghordius's picture

Ze Germans not ready yet
Wait for November

Fips_OnTheSpot's picture

Go back to letting Greece default.  Let CDS trigger. Deal with the fallout.

 

Yes - please. I am sick&tired of the DRAMA

Ghordius's picture

Yes, PLEASE!
Though I'm starting to enjoy the cabaret performance

Johnny Lawrence's picture

 Futures are now up.  Goldman up $2 pre-market, even though their numbers were terrible. Bonds giving back earlier gains.

No idea.

Belarus's picture

Yeah, and even the Euro is losing ground against the USD: which is the sole reason for the 10+% rise in the market. Everyone's sales are disappointing on the top-line......China,ooops, Europe showing signs of weakening before any fiscal prudence, etc......

And the market: UP. It takes a sledgehammer to bring it down the slightest bit of dung-pile to make it soar. The market wants any fucking reason at all to skyrocket. But that's the way I figured it: until the "grand plan" is actually unveiled, the market won't blow up......it'll just its downward trajectory from there, until Ben and Geithner realizes its print time.

MFL8240's picture

Prestty amazing country isnt this?  The games never seem to cease!

qussl3's picture

Presuming the German pollies aren't bought and paid for that is.

BrocilyBeef's picture

A tumor is not cured with a band-aid.

One size fits all currency doesn't work.

Either more integration or much, much less.

The Euro? That's so 2000s!

ATM's picture

excepting of course for gold

cossack55's picture

Germany is attacking Russia again?

SheepDog-One's picture

This article says nothing at all except 'We're pretty sure more carrots and sticks out of bankrupt Europe'...same BS for months now wake me when something actually happens.

Ruffcut's picture

What to expect? More bullshit to come. Fits like a glove or a rubber crox shoe.

theMAXILOPEZpsycho's picture

yep, I'm already bending over the kitchen table expecting more brussels sausage up my ass...

oh and I'm expecting to be financialy screwed by the eurocrates as well...

Tramp Stamper's picture

Crox now oversold. Buy here at 16.50 and ride back up and sell around 20

buzzsaw99's picture

I will take back every bad thing I have ever said about germany if they will just stop listening to the usa maggots (for a change) and do the right thing.

eigenvalue's picture

I don't think stages of implementation and contingencies will be a problem. Greece failed to meet the budget critieria but it's still gonna have the next tranche in November.

kaiten's picture

Germany will endure a bit of a hardship, when the ownership of Europe is a price.

Rainman's picture

If bullshit were a currency, the insolvent EU would be flush with cash

kaiten's picture

Yes, and US supremacy would be ensured to infinity and beyond.

Shizzmoney's picture

Go back to letting Greece default.  Let CDS trigger. Deal with the fallout.

sfsrsly. 

We have to fall before we build this thing back up.  And that's why we are still in arecession-almost-depression, b/c we still havent fallen to our low yet from the 2008 debacle.

ATM's picture

I don't think so. The previous bubble led to the next bubble - the sovereign debt bubble. That is the bubble we are now dealing with andwhen it finally bursts it will destroy money and then we got a real clusterfuck.

Platinum_Investor's picture

New World Order grand plans.  Cripling debts for everyone so they can control everyone.

I hope Germany stands up and lets Greece fail.

Quintus's picture

We may be coming to point beyond which the can may no longer be kicked.  Big decisions have to be made this week by the Eurogroup.

Trouble is, that making big decisions is not what they do.  Due to the almost complete lack of a democratic mandate for their 'Grand Projets' the modus operandi of the Euro leaders has always been to sneak their unpopular policies and schemes past the electorate slowly and in long, drawn-out stages.  Their entire executive process is built around this approach.

Unfortunately, when a big, irreversable (and again, unpopular and undemocratic) action needs to be taken urgently, we see the inherent flaw in the Euro leadership's arsenal.

They simply have no institutional capacity to agree and execute major policy decisions quickly and publicly.  Since the start of the Euro crisis they have adopted the usual incremental "Decision behind closed doors at private Merkozy meetings" and "Piecemeal solutions that are quite different from the headline announcements" approach.  

It hasn't worked, but they don't know any other way.

There will be no big all-encompassing agreement this weekend.  Just some big headlines and small, piecemeal actions agreed behind closed doors.

 

Smiddywesson's picture

Euro leaders has always been to sneak their unpopular policies and schemes past the electorate slowly and in long, drawn-out stages.  Their entire executive process is built around this approach.

Unfortunately, when a big, irreversable (and again, unpopular and undemocratic) action needs to be taken urgently, we see the inherent flaw in the Euro leadership's arsenal.

Wise words Quinus, but I can't agree with part of the premise: 

If the innaction in Europe is due to the flaw in the EU model which leaves the ECB without the power to take action, then why are other entities with such power also not taking action?  The Fed and the Treasury have done nothing to fix the system.  They are merely kicking the can and slowly acquiring gold.  If the EU were more centralized and the ECB had more power, sure it could kick the can more efficiently, but it's a mistake to believe they would use that power to fix anything at all.

The sytem can't be fixed.  There's too much debt and interlinked derivatives.  Other than kicking the can, the only long term action being taken by all central banks, all over the world, is purchasing gold.  They are even telegraphing what they are doing because they are lying about it.  The whole argument about what the ECB should do is just a smokescreen.  Even if they  could do those things, they wouldn't.   

Debt and derivatives are a giant tuna net that is slowly being drawn closed, and the only way out for the little fishies is to mirror the actions of the people in the know.  Buy gold.

Ghordius's picture

The Dawning of
the Age of Default

Quintus, the EuroZone was not designed to function like the UK/BoE!

Because we NEVER WANTED to!

Quintus's picture

I don't know who 'We' is, since no European has ever been granted a direct vote on what they want the EU leadership to do (Have you? I haven't.), but it seems to me that the EZ 'Leadership' doesn't function at all in the current scenario because the system was designed primarily to hoodwink the European populace into 'Ever closer union' and not to deal with the inevitable crises resulting from this socialist/communist command-and-control approach.

Well, the crisis is here but there is no mechanism for dealing with it.  After all, why should there be when 'Political Will' would ensure that no crisis could ever happen.

In other news, 'Political Will' has repealed the law of gravity.  From now on it will be 6.66 m/s2 because 9.8 m/s2 is a legacy of primitive 'Nationalistic' nation statehood.

Money 4 Nothing's picture
"What To Expect Out Of Europe"

 

Nothing... as you were, you will hear the siren go off when there is notable news.

 

III

machineh's picture

Stand aside until you hear the toilet gurgle after it's flushed. 

Then buy freely.

Smiddywesson's picture

Funny analogy, but I can't agree with the proposal.

The deluge will occur so fast and so violently that this is a very risky strategy to take.  There is no way the Boyz will let retail contend with them for a seat in the lifeboat.  They will get a tip from the Fed that it's over and done with and they will bolt first.  When the end comes, mom and pop will be tucked in for the night, only to wake up and wonder what happened to their life's savings.

Expert timing is ok (like when everyone is kung-fu fighting) but I don't have that kind of timing so early positioning, at least with some part of your account, is a wise precaution. 

slewie the pi-rat's picture

tranche warfare, BiCheZ!

spanish inquisition's picture

Here is a headline.                "LE GRAND PLAN"

"Europe declares all losses stopped and it's business as usual, smooth sailing ahead! Victory was declared in the debt crisis with The Grand Plan. Details will follow, but all participants say it is what the market has been looking for and bound to work.  A general 3 piece outline has been released to much fanfare and excitement. It reads "1. Get underpants. 2. .... 3.Profit! Details are expected soon as the market digests this incredible piece of work."

fbrothers's picture

Do you think they are that smart?

Hannibal's picture

The American infatuation of Europe is amazingly astonishing. 

Ghordius's picture

We are sexy!
And alluring... And... And... Undecided...

supermaxedout's picture

Time has come to let Greece fall down. In an interview in the German TV Schaeuble on Sunday said: The banks have to bite the bullet and the haircut will be much harder than previously thought. More than 60 % at minimum but probably 70%.

I'm sure Germany is prepared for such an action because they had time enough. Only problem is Deutsche Bank which is more an American Bank nowadays. They are deep in the derivate mud and Mr. Ackermann the Bilderberg man is fighting the haircut with everything he has.  The worst thing what can happen is that the Investment banking part of Deutsche Bank (located in London and New York) is going broke and the retail part (concentrated in Germany)  is saved by the German taxpayer by guaranteeing the saving accounts of the small costumers. That is much cheaper than saving Deutsche Bank. 

Deutsche Bank is an essential part of the fraud scheme of Wall Street and I hope that not one public Euro or Dollar is further spent for Deutsche Zombie Investment Bank.

Go Angela go, Give Ackermann and Wall Street hell. Let the derivate monster come down now it will come down anyhow soon. 

Angela Dragonkiller go.