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Europe – How Bad Can This Get?

By admin / October 11, 2019

QUESTION: Hi Marty, I’m based here in South of England, within the commuter belt into London. The ECM forecasts an economic downturn 18.01.2020, and Europe looks to be at the epicentre. My own research tells me the job cuts in the auto sector in Germany are quite severe. How does all this play out after […]

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Italy Issuing Debt in Dollars – Not Euros

By admin / October 10, 2019

Italy today launched new debt in US dollars instead of euros in hopes of attracting dollar investors as the euro market continues to show signs of stress. They issued USD 2.5bn 5yr, USD 2bn 10yr, and USD 2.5bn 30yr. We are in the end game now to have euro members begin issuing debt in US […]

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The Coming European Crisis

By admin / October 6, 2019

QUESTION: Hi Martin, first of all thank you for being alive and bring your knowledge to the world. I am also worried for when you will not be here, wondering if there is or will be anyone like you there? I have a question as I am worried about my parents. They live in Europe, […]

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The European Commission is just an Undemocratic Echo Chamber

By admin / August 16, 2019

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong, Rome was my first WEC. It was truly an eye-opening event. Nigel Farage was correct – you are the alternative to Davos. I wanted to say after you explained the structure of the European Union and there the German people were denied any right to vote to join the euro, this coronation […]

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Will Europe See More Deflation, Stagflation, or Inflation?

By admin / August 5, 2019

  QUESTION:  Dear Martin, am a loyal reader of your blog and many thanks to you for the education. Please, one brief but important question, which keeps me thinking hard these days. I remember your words, inflation should pick up in the next cycle. But, isn’t it the other way round? Isn’t deflation the next […]

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Brussels to Build a Berlin Wall in Ireland in the event of a Hard BREXIT

By admin / July 30, 2019

COMMENT: You are quite correct Mr. Armstrong. Prime minister Boris Johnson spoke that “no deal” Brexit looks like a surety and the FTSE 100 skyrocketed and the pound took a beating against ALL mostly traded pairs. Indices (excepting for a few) are going to the moon!! J.F REPLY: There are actually suggestions in Brussels I […]

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EU Assigments Legarde to Replace Draghi & Ursula von der Leyen to Head EU

By admin / July 4, 2019

Christine Lagarde will replace Mario Draghi come the end of his term. Of course, the IMF has not been entirely supportive of Draghi’s policies. But she is predominantly a lawyer and does not have the experience in how markets function (reliable internal sources). She has no idea of what she is walking into. The ECB […]

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Schengen Agreement Dead – Killed by Refugees

By admin / June 6, 2019

COMMENT: Dear Martin, you are once more right with your view’s. EU’s Schengen agreement is going to die. From May 1st on, anybody in the EU has to carry an “A1 Certificate” if he or she is going on a business trip to avoid “social insurance fraud”. If not, you could be fined by up […]

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Euro-Skeptics Score Big – Will Brussels Reform?

By admin / May 28, 2019

Europe’s voters have spoken. The establishment parties have lost big time and the ant-EU parties have made major gains as have the Green parties.  This was the highest turnout ever in European elections. The ant-EU parties won in the UK, France, Italy, and even in the Netherlands. This is a very clear message for Brussels […]

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The Shift from Public to Private Assets in Europe

By admin / May 27, 2019

QUESTION: Marty, at the Rome WEC you put up that chart that showed historically private sector yields have gone below public. That really demonstrated your point on this shift from public to private. Now with Deutsche Bank on the ropes, here in Denmark, even mortgage bonds are going negative. Is this the real panic you […]

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