Festança dos mercados
«The Collapse of The Euro. The Euro is about to implode but that doesn't mean you can't profit. Euro Panic Spreads Should You Panic Too?
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Undoubtedly, Greece's troubles have become the de facto urgent matter for the Eurozone. The 27 EU member states now fear that a default by Greece could set off a financial contagion that will spread throughout the region.
This could be the straw that breaks the EU camel's back... but it's not the whole story.
And there's only so much the euro can take before individual countries either give up their sovereign rights in favor of a stronger Europe or dump the EU altogether.
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Este "AD" recorrente no NYT diz bem como funcionam os ditos mercados, até há bem pouco deusificados por Cavaco Silva e ainda reverenciados por Passos Coelho e demais neoliberais.
O que este abjecto anuncio diz aos investidores internacionais que anonimamente se acoitam por trás da palavra “mercados” não é mais que: Detentores do capital não se assustem com a crise europeia, saibam como obter lucros fabulosos à custa da miséria dos seus povos.
Se o processo de esbulho funcionou no Chile ou na Argentina, à custa da miséria de milhões de cidadãos anónimos desses países, porque não há-de funcionar também na Europa onde há muito mais para sacar em valor de trabalho acumulado?
Sobre a euro crise :
"The Apocalypse Trade" link
"The Euro Zone Crisis and the U.S.: A Primer" link
«If the European summit could reach a deal on December 9, its next scheduled meeting, the eurozone will survive. If not, it risks a violent collapse. Even then, there is still a risk of a long recession, possibly a depression. So even if the European Council was able to agree on such an improbably ambitious agenda, its leaders would have to continue to outdo themselves for months and years to come.»
»Last week, the crisis reached a new qualitative stage. With the spectacular flop of the German bond auction and the alarming rise in short-term rates in Spain and Italy, the government bond market across the eurozone has ceased to function
The banking sector, too, is broken. Important parts of the eurozone economy are cut off from credit. The eurozone is now subject to a run by global investors, and a quiet bank run among its citizens.
This massive erosion of trust has also destroyed the main plank of the rescue strategy. The European Financial Stability Facility derives its firepower from the guarantees of its shareholders. As the crisis has spread to France, Belgium, the Netherlands and Austria, the EFSF itself is affected by the contagious spread of the disease. Unless something very drastic happens, the eurozone could break up very soon.
Technically, one can solve the problem even now, but the options are becoming more limited.» link