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The Eurozone Will be Forced to Print Money — and You Can Profit from It

The Eurozone Will be Forced to Print Money — and You Can Profit from It

17 February 2014 by Matthew Partridge

Will the the European Central Bank be forced to print? I think the answer is yes. Eurozone banks are still unwilling to lend – because they’re still in a huge mess..

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The Euro’s Moment of Truth is Fast Approaching

The Euro’s Moment of Truth is Fast Approaching

15 April 2013 by MoneyMorning

The euro has remained steady against other currencies. In fact, with Japan embarking on a money-printing spree, it’s even strengthened a little. But don’t be fooled.

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The Eurozone Desperately Needs a Weaker Euro — and It’ll Get it

The Eurozone Desperately Needs a Weaker Euro — and It’ll Get it

09 April 2013 by John Stepek

Another weekend, another eurozone crisis. This time it’s Portugal. I can see the euro eventually becoming much, much weaker

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Crisis in Cyprus Puts Paper Currencies under the Spotlight

Crisis in Cyprus Puts Paper Currencies under the Spotlight

26 March 2013 by MoneyMorning

The crisis in Cyprus has reminded us of a couple of awkward truths. One being, a deposit in a bank is not a riskless form of saving.

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Cyprus Crisis: The Test Case for a Euro Exit?

Cyprus Crisis: The Test Case for a Euro Exit?

25 March 2013 by John Stepek

Having ditched its original plan to tax savings to secure a bailout, the Cypriots have been told by the European Union to come up with a new deal.

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Just Like Cyprus: How the Australian Government Turned on its Citizens

Just Like Cyprus: How the Australian Government Turned on its Citizens

20 March 2013 by Nick Hubble

It’s not just Cyprus. Australians are entering into the next stage of the financial crisis. The stage where the Australian government turns on its citizens.

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Why the Cyprus Bailout Could Set Banking Back 300 Years

Why the Cyprus Bailout Could Set Banking Back 300 Years

20 March 2013 by Martin Hutchinson

Raiding the private deposits of Cyprus’ banks is foolish. The EU has now put the entire Eurozone on edge — not to mention the entire global economy

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A New Chapter for Turkey’s Market

A New Chapter for Turkey’s Market

20 March 2013 by MoneyMorning

In 2012 Turkey was the best performer among the emerging markets we track, showing a decade of returns. Stocks in Turkey climbed an astounding 56 percent.

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Government Theft in Cyprus

Government Theft in Cyprus

19 March 2013 by John Stepek

The Cyprus Government has said all of the banks are bust. Everyone has to sacrifice 10% of their savings to bail the system out. ‘It’s the only solution.’

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Italy is Solvent – and that’s Just One Reason to Buy Italian Stocks

Italy is Solvent – and that’s Just One Reason to Buy Italian Stocks

12 March 2013 by MoneyMorning

Italy’s economy is in a sustainable fiscal position, believe it or not. So now might be a good time to buy Italian stocks.

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Why Italy Will Force the Next Move in the Currency War

Why Italy Will Force the Next Move in the Currency War

25 February 2013 by MoneyMorning

You might think the best thing would be for Italy to get on and leave the euro. A new lira would fall in value and that would cut real wages via imported inflation. Italy would be competitive, exports would rise, debt would fall. Job done. If only it were so easy.

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The British Pound Gets Pounded

The British Pound Gets Pounded

22 February 2013 by MoneyMorning

As monetary stimulus continues to take its toll on the British pound, price pressures will mount, even as the UK economy continues to stagnate.

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The Biggest Threat to the Euro

The Biggest Threat to the Euro

18 February 2013 by MoneyMorning

I’m rapidly coming to the conclusion that by far the greatest risk to the euro is an exit by Germany, not Greece, or one of the other peripheral countries.

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Why Little Cyprus Will Become the Eurozone’s Biggest Headache

Why Little Cyprus Will Become the Eurozone’s Biggest Headache

06 February 2013 by Matthew Partridge

The one key thing pinning the Eurozone together at the moment is Mario Draghi’s credibility. Cyprus could stretch that credibility to breaking point. It’s a vital test of whether the ECB means what it says.

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Why Germany Wants its Gold Back

Why Germany Wants its Gold Back

30 January 2013 by MoneyMorning

After spending more than 50 years in foreign hands, Germany’s gold is finally going home. So why does Germany want its gold back, and why now?

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How to Play the EU Referendum for Profit

24 January 2013 by Kris Sayce

Even though the EU referendum is a long term event, it’s still worth looking at the market to figure out which way the big hedge funds will play it. And considering the UK stock market is now in ‘overbought’ territory placing a bet on the short side could be a winning trade.

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The Real Reason Germany Wants its Gold Back

The Real Reason Germany Wants its Gold Back

18 January 2013 by Matthew Partridge

Germany wants its gold back. Suggesting that Germany has serious doubts about the ability of the euro to hold its value.

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Puppies Could Fix Delusional Nincompoopery in Europe

Puppies Could Fix Delusional Nincompoopery in Europe

12 January 2013 by Nick Hubble

The question is, will the Eurozone implode in 2013? There’s definitely an existentialist threat. If things go badly on ‘the continent’, there may well be a crash in the Aussie stock market. Your retirement savings could be torn to shreds. Your life will be ruined. You might as well…wait…what’s this?

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Why A Eurozone Breakup Is Now More Likely Than Ever

21 December 2012 by Martin Hutchinson

If you want to know why the eurozone might break up in 2013, there is a laundry list of reasons why the end is near.

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The French Economy is Doomed

05 December 2012 by Murray Dawes

I hold grave concerns for the French economy under the stewardship of the Socialist François Hollande.

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The French Economy Time Bomb Will Explode

The French Economy Time Bomb Will Explode

24 November 2012 by Bengt Saelensminde

Could it be that the French Economy is the real danger at the heart of the European project?

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Flying off the Greek Fiscal Cliff

Flying off the Greek Fiscal Cliff

14 November 2012 by John Stepek

We’ve been hearing a lot about the US ‘fiscal cliff‘ recently. Barack Obama and the Republicans (now there’s a name for a band) are squabbling over the best way to put America’s finances on a sounder footing. Their deadline is 1 January 2013. But another cliff is looming: the Greek fiscal cliff. And judging by [...]

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So Much for the Obama Bounce

So Much for the Obama Bounce

09 November 2012 by MoneyMorning

Nothing changed yesterday. Barack Obama is still the president of the US. The Republicans are still in charge of the House of Representatives, which means there’s still lots of potential for squabbling and inaction. Elsewhere, Europe is still in a mess. As for China, no one really knows what’s going on there, but there’s certainly [...]

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