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The Risks Are in the Eurozone Banks But Beware of Global Contagion

By admin / October 7, 2019

QUESTION: Sir, Given the liquidity crisis and the problem to arrive from Europe, I have a question for us Europeans: when you are talking about Europe and failures to come, you mean: 1. euro zone countries ONLY? 2. EU countries which still hold their currency (eg. Romania)? 3. what about the UK? Thank you. SM […]

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RISK – Banks – Bailouts – Conflicts in Laws

By admin / October 7, 2019

QUESTION: Dear Martin Armstrong, In your  blog post “Liquidity Crisis & the Pending European Banking Crisis”  Posted Oct 2, 2019 ” you write ‘Those in Europe who have a position in cash, it may be better to have shares or a private sector bond or US Treasury. Given the policy in Europe of no bailouts, […]

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European Bank Failure & Conflicts in Law in US Branches

By admin / October 4, 2019

QUESTION: Hi Marty – Thank you for the insight you provide as regards how the world really works. Spending 10 minutes reading your daily blog is equivalent to hours of reading the MSM propaganda and trying to discern the truth. My question to you is in response to your 10/2/19 post >> Liquidity Crisis & […]

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Liquidity Crisis & the Pending European Banking Crisis

By admin / October 2, 2019

  A lot of people have been writing in about the liquidity crisis and the banks with exposure to Deutsche Bank. This is clearly the European Banking Crisis we have been warning about. Most European (and Swiss) banks are having to overpay 30-40bps over libor. Even A+ rated banks are having to pay this premium.   […]

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17 More Goldman Sachs’ People Indicted

By admin / August 10, 2019

Malaysia filed criminal charges on Friday against 17 current and former directors at subsidiaries of Goldman Sachs Group Inc (GS.N) following an investigation into a multi-billion-dollar corruption scandal that led to the demise of state fund 1MDB. Those charged include Richard Gnodde, chief executive of Goldman Sachs International, Michael Evans, president of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd […]

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The Great Unknown – The Bond Contagion

By admin / April 29, 2019

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/Trailer-Bond-Contagion.mp4 We are facing a very interesting financial crisis that has never before been witnessed because this is how the Socialist Utopian Society will crash and burn. We are beyond all economic theories for nobody from Keynes back to Adam Smith ever contemplated what would happen with the deadly theory of Quantitative Easing constructed upon […]

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The Dawn of the Great Financial Unknown

By admin / April 24, 2019

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I assume you read that Mr. Nagai  has confirmed what you have been saying that the central banks have destroyed the bond markets. I must confess, his comments have finally struck a vein in our senior management. I have been trying to explain your view to them but nobody wanted to think […]

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Basel III – IMF – Liquidity Crisis

By admin / April 4, 2019

QUESTION: As of today, Basel III comes in effect. Rumour goes that in a couple of months, there will be a lot of turmoil on the market and it would be the start of the implementation of an SDR like thing where people would lose 20-30% of their value and get stuck with this new […]

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European Tour – The Calm Before the Chaos?

By admin / March 3, 2019

I am writing from Frankfurt here for meetings ahead of the chaos awaiting the May elections. In Frankfurt, while the economy is clearly slowing, the financial capital is booming. New skyscrapers are rising to join those of Commerzbank, Deutsche Bank, DZ Bank, Helaba and others on Frankfurt’s skyline. This is another sign that there is a disparity […]

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Deutsche bank to Merge with Commerzbank Bank

By admin / December 13, 2018

Deutsche Bank is in crisis and everyone has known that. Its derivative book is hard to quantify what is the real net bottom line. The only bank it could have been merged with was BNP but that was French and they cannot allow cross-border capital flows in bailouts. That left Commerzbank Bank, but they too […]

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