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How High Can the Euro Go on this Reaction – 116 or 125-128?

By admin / July 16, 2017

This upcoming seminar in Frankfurt Germany will deal with both the short-term and long-term. This has been the Year from Political Hell, and it will not end until after the German elections. With the ECB finally throwing in the towel admitting (but certainly not publicly) that nearly 10 years of low to negative interest rates […]

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The Euro & Optimistic Fool

By admin / July 2, 2017

COMMENT: Marty; I see what you mean that it does not matter what the fundamentals are, markets move based upon what people belief be it right of wrong. To what the euro rally reminds me of the DOT.COM bubble. Blue skies forever. REPLY: Yes. Human nature is such that we act always in anticipation of […]

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Euro Update for Month-End Closing of June

By admin / June 29, 2017

Private Blog Update for June Month-End Closing in the Euro/Dollar Please note: While our ArmstrongEconomics.com blog is free to the general public, our Private Blog posts are not accessible on ArmstrongEconomics.com. They are only accessible on our sister website, Ask-Socrates.com. This website is a membership only service, and Private Blog posts are only available to members. […]

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Euro Update

By admin / June 28, 2017

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European Commission Trying to Seize Control of Euro

By admin / June 26, 2017

I reported previously that the European Commission is seeking to take the clearing of the Euro derivative transactions from London and move them to Paris. The European Central Bank (ECB) is warning that it must secure strong access rights for the supervision of the cross-border settlement of financial transactions after the departure of Great Britain from […]

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The Proposed Euro Bond Issue to Bailout ECB

By admin / June 1, 2017

COMMENT: Well Mr. Armstrong, perhaps you are wrong at last. It looks like your meetings in Brussels that quite a few people noted you shuffling around town did have an impact. Looks like your constant warning about the structure of the euro’s failure is being corrected. Looks like you did make a difference. So congratulations […]

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Gold & Euro & Dollar

By admin / May 19, 2017

QUESTION: Marty; You said gold was still vulnerable in dollars but that the low was probably in place in Euros. I have been trying to reconcile that statement in my mind. The only way that happens is a real crisis in Europe and a strong dollar. Correct? It seems really naive that people get bullish […]

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