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  1. Not sure that the IMF are that worried about Europe. This video seems quite upbeat...
  2. http://www.nytimes.com/2012/09/28/opinion/krugman-europes-austerity-madness.html?_r=0 Krugman on Europe....
  3. Cash holding is driven by fear. Banks are loaded with cash but do not what to lend. Corporates are also heavy with cash, and fear to invest. The result; no growth, stagnant living standards, and if you are heavily indebted, you are in trouble.
  4. According to the IMF, fiscal consolidation is underway and European interest rates are higher than they should be given the fundamentals. An upbeat story, all things considered: <iframe width="560" height="315" src="http://www.youtube.com/embed/AmgK5EoXvco" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe>
  5. Don't blame France, Ireland is ready to take full responsibility.... (when viewing, hold on. There is a BS ad embedded in the video. Skip it as soon as you can).
  6. Just to respond.... I am mostly with you. But I wonder whether they actually expect growth. I mean really expect it, when they are on their own, analysing the world, and thinking things through. I don't think they do.....
  7. Crony capitalism - listen to these guys and you would not know that the Euro is falling apart.
  8. Perhaps I should be looking harder, but I haven't seen a Nokia in a year. The product line seems doomed to me.
  9. Clegg seems so overpromoted. How did he get there? So little talent.
  10. Things are getting better according to the IMF: I am not sure I believe it. Funny the video didn't mention debt.
  11. http://www.voxeu.org/index.php?q=node/7334 When the Euro collapses, they will start again......
  12. The numbers..... http://ukhousebubble.blogspot.com/2011/11/guess-which-country-has-highest.html QE seems to be a roaring success.....
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