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Greek bonds and shares: What does their decline mean for Europe? – Interview with Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues for EXPRESSO

yanisvaroufakis.eu / By yanisv / Oct 20, 2014

The spectre of Greek contagion seems to be returning to the Eurozone. At least this is the fear that I sense by talking to financial journalists across Europe. In this interview with Jorge Nascimento Rodrigues (for EXPRESSO) I argue that: “The Euro Crisis never went away. What [...]

Eurozone Rotting to the Core; Four Possibilities; Beyond the Math

globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / by Mike “Mish” Shedlock / October 20, 2014

On October 6, I noted German Factory Orders Slump 5.7%, Most Since January 2009.

The previous month was up 4.9%, so I averaged the two months noting “The average result is a decline of 0.4% per month, for the last two months. That process also [...]

Has the Greece Success Story bubble burst? Interview with Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachtrichten

yanisvaroufakis.eu / by yanisv / Oct 17, 2014

In this interview, with Deutsche Wirtschafts Nachtrichten (German Business News), I address the question of what happened in recent days in the Greek bond markets, in view of the Greek government’s failed attempt to argue that Greece is about to exit its Bailout. Regular readers may notice [...]

Great Graphic: UK and Eurozone Core Inflation Slump

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / October 14, 2014

That the eurozone is experiencing lowflation, which is threatening to morph into deflation, is well appreciated. What is less appreciated that it is not just a function of ECB policy.

The UK and Sweden both reported softer than expected inflation data. And it is not [...]

Futures Euphoria Deflated By Latest Batch Of Ugly European News: Germany Can’t Exclude “Technical Recession”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 10/14/2014 06:47 -0400

So far the overnight session has been a mirror image of Monday’s, when futures languished at the lows only to ramp higher as soon as Europe started BTFD. Today, on the other hand, we had a rather amusing surge in the AUDJPY as several central banks [...]

The World Is Now Rolling Over Into A Frightening Deflation

kingworldnews.com / October 13, 2014

On the heels of the beginning of another week of trading in global markets, today one of the brightest minds in the financial world warned King World News that the world is now rolling over into a hard deflation.

By Michael Pento of Pento Portfolio Strategies

October 13 [...]

What’s RIGHT With the Euro

garynorth.com / By Gary North / October 11, 2014

You read that right. Right.

I think like an economist. The economist always thinks in terms of alternatives. The economist’s mindset was expressed clearly by the late comedian, Henny Youngman. “How’s your wife?” “Compared to what?”

One of the most common complaints against the [...]

Finland Downgraded, Prime Minister Busy Eating his Euro-Crisis Words that AAA-rated Countries Should ‘Dictate the Rules’

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / October 10, 2014

It didn’t take all that long. In November 2011, Alexander Stubb, then Finnish Minister for European Affairs and Foreign Trade, added his morsels of wisdom to the Eurozone debt crisis that was blooming into splendid fruition.

“It should be the triple-A countries” – at the time [...]

A market reset due

goldmoney.com / By Alasdair Macleod / 10 October 2014

Recent evidence points increasingly towards global economic contraction.

Parts of the Eurozone are in great difficulty, and only last weekend S&P the rating agency warned that Greece will default on its debts “at some point in the next fifteen months”. Japan is collapsing under [...]

Market Report: Market turbulence

goldmoney.com / By Alasdair Macleod / 10 October 2014

This week has seen highly volatile equities (mostly down), bond yields sharply lower, the oil price hard down, and gold side-lined but recovering after a miserable month or two.

On the news front, the S&P rating agency reminded us that Greece is likely to [...]

Early Elections in Greece Increasingly Likely, So Is Grexit; Promises, Promises

globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / By Mike “Mish” Shedlock / October 07, 2014

Talk is in the air, but it’s not to the liking of eurozone Nannycrats. Please consider Idiosyncratic Risk Looms For Greek Assets, Citi Says.

Citi Research said in a note today that: “Possible deadlock in the early-2015 vote among MPs to choose the next Greek [...]

“There’s no Reason to Panic” about German Miracle Economy

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / October 7, 2014

Germany, the largest economy in Europe, the miracle economy that is being held up as example of how an economy should be run, and the all-powerful engine that is supposed to pull the Eurozone out of its deep mire, is sinking into a mire of its [...]

Deutsche Bank’s Shocking Admission: “QE In Europe Will Be Ineffective”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 10/07/2014 13:51

Via Deutsche Bank’s George Saravelos,

Euroglut: a new phase of global imbalances

This report argues that both “secular stagnation” and “normalization” are incomplete frameworks for understanding the post-crisis world. Instead, “Euroglut” – the global imbalance created by Europe’s massive current account surplus will be the defining [...]

Europe’s Triple-Dip Recession Arrives: German Industrial Production Crashes Most Since February 2009

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 10/07/2014 06:08 -0400

Yesterday it was German manufacturing orders which cratered 5.7% in August following a freak, 4.9% rebound in July, prompting Goldman to warn that “the underlying dynamic has weakened further at the end of Q3″ …

… And then a few hours ago we finally got [...]

IPO Mania Collapses in Germany

wolfstreet.com / by Wolf Richter / October 3, 2014

There has been a series of debacles on the German IPO market, including Chinese companies that listed there. But Zalando is a precursor of a different kind. It’s the largest German online shoe and fashion retailer. It’s known for its no-holds-barred marketing. It’s one of the [...]

Market Report: Failing economies and the quarter-end

goldmoney.com / By Alasdair Macleod / 03 October 2014

Precious metals have faced adverse weather as evidence mounts that major economies may be sliding into recession.

Yesterday the ECB finally responded to the deteriorating situation in the Eurozone by announcing a discretionary form of QE to last up to two years if necessary. The [...]

Dollar Remains Bid Post-Draghi, Pre-Jobs

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / October 3, 2014

The US dollar regained the upper hand as yesterday’s downside correction fizzled out. Draghi provided just enough details of the asset purchase plans to avoid a rout, but not enough to give hope that this is what will turn the eurozone around. With Europe’s service [...]

Poor News There Pushes Dollar Higher Here

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / October 1, 2014

It is not the US economic entrails have necessarily made for enjoyable reading of late. As seems to be often the case, economists revised higher their economic forecasts after being consistently surprised by the actual reports, just in time for the economy lose some momentum.

This [...]

EuroZone Inflation Data Hammers the Euro

traderdannorcini.blogspot.com / Dan Norcini / Tuesday, September 30, 2014

WOW! The Euro is getting obliterated on the foreign exchange markets this morning as news of an horrendous reading (for the ECB) on the inflation front sent shock waves through the markets. Consumer price inflation came in at 0.3% for the month of September, the slowest [...]

Europe On Triple-Dip Alert After German Manufacturing Posts First Contraction In 15 Months

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 10/01/2014 05:45 -0400

If the European triple-dip alert was barely glowing a muted red until this morning, then following the latest German PMI data, which tumbled to 49.9 from 50.3, below the 50.3 consensus, and is the first contractionary print in 15 months, then they are now screaming a [...]