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When will the EU Financial system collapse...


TheCountOfNowhere

When with the EU financial system collapse?   

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TheCountOfNowhere
4 minutes ago, Sman said:

Ez is now toast. what madness . Give it 5 years!

The timing of this is telling....just before the UK leaves the EU (maybe) 

 

And 6 weeks before dhragi leaves. 

 

It's either one final bung for the bankers and will be immediately reversed or they think their banks are in trouble in 7 weeks time 

 

I don't get to vote but if we leave on no deal I'll give it 6 months 

 

Absafuckinglutely mental tweet 

 

What odds they'll delete it 

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26 minutes ago, TheCountOfNowhere said:

Nothing quite like an official denial to tell you what's coming... 

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If you weren't worried before... You should be now. 

It'll be fine Christine is inbound.She'll get things moving the right way

 

If it ain't broke then get someone in with a chuffing great hammer.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/dec/19/christine-lagarde-avoids-sentence-despite-guilty-verdict-in-negligence-trial

Christine Lagarde has been found guilty of negligence in approving a massive payout of taxpayers’ money to controversial French businessman Bernard Tapie but avoided a jail sentence.

A French court convicted the head of the International Monetary Fund and former government minister, who had faced a €15,000 (£12,600) fine and up to a year in prison. But it decided she should not be punished and that the conviction would not constitute a criminal record. On Monday evening the IMF gave her its full support.

 

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I'm not that clued up on macroeconomics, or any economics beyond my own, but surely not long before the rest of the financial planet resets. It's all too interconnected IMO. Feel free to tell me I am wrong.

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Yellow_Reduced_Sticker
19 hours ago, sam1994 said:

Even Mark Carney C**T says negative rates are ‘not an option’. 

HA...if thats what the  C**T says then assume the opposite!

If this C**T does NOT leave next year, and decides to stay... then there is a prospect negative rates here in the UK! (short-term)

I mean what has he done in all the years at BOE ...F**K ALL ...except take a huge salary:Old:

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On 13/09/2019 at 19:56, Kwyjibo said:

I'm not that clued up on macroeconomics, or any economics beyond my own, but surely not long before the rest of the financial planet resets. It's all too interconnected IMO. Feel free to tell me I am wrong.

Have you onsidered a professorship in Economics then?

It does not seem to stop the academics evonomists.

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On 13/09/2019 at 16:08, spunko said:

I've made this the sitewide poll. :Jumping:

 

 

...There is no "XYY option" though I notice.

Which will he vote for???

I wipe my sweaty fat arse on this pox-ridden poll.

None of the above...

 

XYY

 

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