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Lagarde – ECB – Euro

By admin / November 19, 2019

The central banks are keenly aware that they cannot stimulate economic growth, although they will not state that publicly. The wheel of fortune has completed its revolution. The central bankers are quietly lobbying the political side of the aisle to swing back to Keynesian fiscal policy and reverse austerity. The 63-year-old Christine Lagarde was supported […]

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Netherlands Objects to France’s Attempt to get EU Funding in a Crisis

By admin / April 19, 2019

The Prime Minister of the Netherlands, Mark Rutte, is objecting to France’s desired changes to the EU budget. France wants aid with the inclusion of the objective to “stabilize” the economies within the Eurozone, whereby the Netherlands wants all funding to be limited to furthering “competitiveness and convergence.” The Netherlands contributes the most to the EU, […]

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France v Netherlands

By admin / April 17, 2019

COMMENT: I had to laugh your comment that the EU pretends to be a happy family but they are still nationalistic no matter what they say. The Dutch bid to buy Air France is just the tip of the iceberg as you say. Thank you HS REPLY: You are absolutely correct. The Dutch government’s bid to […]

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German Economy Turning Down Hard into 2020

By admin / April 6, 2019

The German economy is what holds up Europe. The data on the industrial sector in Germany is out and it has disappointed everyone once again with production dropping 0.8% month-on-month in January 2019. January’s contraction was driven by a steep drop in capital goods output and a fall in intermediate goods production. However, consumer goods […]

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Irish Pension Invested in Italian Bonds?

By admin / June 8, 2018

QUESTION: Hi Marty, I hope you’re keeping well? More news from the “EU beacon of light” for you. I’ve enclosed an article regarding Irish pension money in Italian bonds. This is very very scary if true and we really are heading for a disaster from which a little country like ours won’t recover if we […]

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Draghi Admits EU May Breakup For First Time

By admin / January 25, 2017

For the first time, the head of the European Central Bank, Mario Draghi, has conceded the possibility that the EU may fall apart. Draghi came out and said that any member leaving the Eurozone would need to settle its claims or debts with the bloc’s payments system before severing ties. This statement reveals the heated […]

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The Failed EU Design – The Great Divide West v East

By admin / September 13, 2016

QUESTION: I saw you at your presentation in Dresden last year. Things in the East are rather different from the West in Europe. Do you have any comments on this great divide? Thank you for coming to Dresden. KMV ANSWER: There is a great divide in Europe between East and West that is rarely, if […]