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Showing posts with label economies. Show all posts
Showing posts with label economies. Show all posts

Tuesday, June 21, 2016

It’s not just Britain wanting to leave the EU as Switzerland revokes its application to join coalition

All one has to do is look at how the European Union (EU) Troika (EC, IMF, ECB) dealt with Greece regarding their debt insolvency to realize that the former trade union has turned immensely political, and has little desire to act equitably with every member in the coalition.  And since 2014, calls among many European nations have risen to have their country leave the EU and go back to determining their own economic futures.
This week will be the most current referendum for a nation to leave the Eurozone, with the BREXIT vote scheduled for Thursday.  But just last week, one country who functions intrinsically with the EU, but has never been a member, decided to revoke their long-time application to join the union and instead remain neutral within Europe.
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Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Bitcoin jumps $50 overnight, reaches two year high against the dollar

2016 is quickly becoming the year of the alternative or non-dollar forms of money.  Since January, gold and silver have outperformed every other currency, and are in fact two (gold being number one) of the best performing assets for the year.
But there is another form of money that has risen in value just as much as gold and silver, but is hardly being mentioned at all in the mainstream.  And with a sudden jump overnight of over $50 in relation to the U.S. dollar, Bitcoin has now risen to its highest point in the past two years.
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Sunday, July 19, 2015

The epidemic plague of debt and sovereign insolvency is accelerating around the world

When it comes to the financial state of most of the world’s economies, Greece is simply the most popular one right now to discuss within the daily news cycles.  However, since the inoculation given by most central banks after the 2008 credit crisis was to increase debt in an attempt to both recover from recession, and stimulate economic growth, the cure is proving to be much worse than the disease.
Greece has an unsustainable debt that has been conceded to by both the IMF and ECB, but the Southern European nation is just the tip of the iceberg for a growing epidemic of countries that are already insolvent, and carrying so much debt that it is mathematically impossible for them to pay off in this current monetary climate.  In fact, there are at least 24 insolvent and bankrupt nations, with another 14 very close to that same level, that are the tip of the iceberg since there appears to be no end to the debt plague that has engulfed the entire world like a ever growing black hole.
 
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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Fed President cites need for QE4 even before QE3 is finished

If there ever was validated proof that the entire financial system was reliant upon, and held together solely by central bank money printing, today was absolute confirmation.  On Oct. 14, San Francisco Fed President John Williams stated that a new round of QE (4, 5, 6?) would be needed once again should inflation benchmarks not be reached in the economy in the coming weeks.  And most notably, with oil, stock, and bond prices collapsing at incredible speeds, any form of Quantitative Easing needed to address asset deflation would make the bailouts of 2008 appear to be like the spare change one might give a beggar on a street corner in Manhattan.



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Monday, November 26, 2012

Goldman Sachs has now completely taken over the Western world

It is official.  Goldman Sachs has now taken over dominion of the Western world.  On Nov. 27, Mark Carney, former head of the Bank of Canada, has officially taken over leadership of the Bank of England.  This now puts former Goldman Sachs employees in charge of most of the central banks in the Western economy, and in some cases, as heads of state for two European nations.


London is losing so much trust as the global financial center that Prime Minister David Cameron may need to consider an unprecedented choice for Bank of England governor: Mark Carney, the Canadian who polices the world’s financial system and has no ties to the bailouts or rigged markets tainting Labour and Conservative governments alike.

The 47-year-old Carney, who received his masters and PhD degrees from Oxford University, is no stranger to the City of London after working there with Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Now serving as governor of the Bank of Canada and the head of the Financial Stability Board, he is unscathed by the fallout from the 2008 financial crisis.

“Mark Carney is one of the brightest, most capable people I’ve ever met in global finance and central banking,” said Tim Adams, a former U.S. Treasury undersecretary who worked with Carney at Group of Seven meetings. “I’ve been around these circles a long time and he’s smart, politically savvy, a good manager and has an outstanding track record. It’s tough to find all those elements in a single person.” - Bloomberg via Zerohedge
With this appointment, Goldman Sachs former employees now control the US Treasury, the EBC, and the Bank of England.  Three of the four cornerstones of the Western economy and monetary system, and as seen in Greece and Italy, fully capable of appointing technocrats at any time to rule sovereign nations.

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Future debts in Western economies projected to go exponential

Now that the Western economies have gone completely into Keynsian money printing, there is no stopping the amount of debt nation will accrue to keep the current market systems going.  And as with inflation, at a certain point the curve goes exponential where it will require more and more money just to stay even with today's borrowing.

A new chart projection of several Western economies shows that nearly every one will move into the exponential rise in debt obligations around the same time, with the trigger point occurring around 2015.

Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Iran and Russia join China and Japan in bi-lateral trading which bypasses the dollar

Two more countries have joined in the trend started by China and Japan recently, where they bypass the dollar and instead use their own currencies directly in trading.  Iran and Russia have made a trade agreement on January 7th which moves the stakes ever closer to the end of the US's reign as the reserve currency.

Speaking to FNA, Tehran's Ambassador to Moscow Seyed Reza Sajjadi said that the proposal for replacing US Dollar with Ruble and Rial was raised by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in a meeting with his Iranian counterpart Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in Astana on the sidelines of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting.
"Since then, we have acted on this basis and a part of our interactions is done in Ruble now," Sajjadi stated, adding that many Iranian traders are using Ruble for their trade deals.
"There is a similar interest in the Russian side," the envoy stated, adding that that Moscow is against unilateral sanctions on Iran outside the UN Security Council, specially the recent sanctions against Iran's Central Bank (CBI). - Fars News

The battle over Iran is indeed taking on more than simply a nuclear threat option.  It is pitting economies vs economies, and superpowers vs superpowers in a chess match for supremacy.  As the West overleverages itself on devalued dollars, the resource rich nations are willing to move away from the reserve and petro-dollar currencies, and towards a new paradigm for trade.