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Euro Interest Rates

By admin / June 28, 2018

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; You have obviously been correct on the Euro. You even called the bounce but it stopped at 1.2550 and did not reach your ideal target of 1.28. You are saying that interest rates in Europe are more likely to rise faster than the ECB predicts. The French central banker Francois Villeroy de Galhau […]

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Private Blog – Euro for Close 2nd Q 2018

By admin / June 23, 2018

PRIVATE BLOG – Euro for Close 2nd Q 2018 Private blog posts are exclusively available to Socrates subscribers. To sign-up for Socrates or to learn more, please visit Ask-Socrates.com.

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Scandinavia Receiving Capital Inflows As Well As Poland & Hungary

By admin / June 5, 2018

Just to Clarify, we are also picking up Capital Inflows from the EU moving into Scandinavia – Denmark, Sweeden & Norway. We also see money moving into Poland and Hungary which appears to be some diversification movement. What has become increasingly apparent is the mere fact that confidence among SERIOUS money is starting to realize the […]

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Warning Capital Outflows from Europe Are the Greatest in the World Economy

By admin / June 5, 2018

  Our models based upon reliable source flow data is currently showing that the Eurozone is the NUMBER ONE place in the world with the greatest amount of capital fleeing than any other region in worldwide. This is indicating that the CONFIDENCE in the Euro Project appears to be collapsing among the most conservative elements […]

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Euro & Varying Volatility

By admin / June 5, 2018

QUESTION: Hello Mr. Martin Armstrong. Why is it that if EURUSD goes down 20 – 30 pips other pairs with the EUR – such as the EURAUD or EURNZD go down 50 – 150 pips? Why such difference and volatility with these pairs? JMF ANSWER: The reason for this is simply that the US dollar […]

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Deutsche Bank Formally Classified as a Problem Bank

By admin / June 1, 2018

  Deutsche Bank has now been classified as a problem bank by FDIC and has been included in a list of banks to be watched. This is the biggest bank in Europe. It cannot be merged within Germany with Commerce Bank for there is just not enough equity to overcome the derivative losses. The only other […]

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