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US STOCKS SNAPSHOT-Wall St falls after ECB Stark's resigns

Friday, September 09, 2011 2:42:15 PM (GMT+01:00)

Provided by: Reuters News

NEW YORK, Sept 9 (Reuters) - U.S. stocks fell sharply at the open on Friday after sources told Reuters that European Central Bank Executive Board Member Juergen Stark would step down from his post because of a conflict over the central bank's bond buying program.

The Dow Jones industrial average <.DJI> was down 169.53 points, or 1.50 percent, at 11,126.28. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index <.SPX> was down 16.27 points, or 1.37 percent, at 1,169.63. The Nasdaq Composite Index <.IXIC> was down 28.02 points, or 1.11 percent, at 2,501.12.

(Reporting by Angela Moon; Editing by Padraic Cassidy)

Anyone got any more on this?

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ECB have confirmed. Personal reasons. Staying on til end year to help replacement.

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He lacked can control skills. He had worries about debt.

Sep 1st

A debt crisis is still gripping the developed world, European Central Bank policymaker Juergen Stark said, adding there was no alternative but for countries to take painful steps to consolidate their public finances.

"The crisis is not over. Not just in Europe is it not over, it is also not over in other regions of the world," he said, adding the United States had an "enormous" debt problem and lacked the structures to get the problem under control.

Stark estimated the level of public debt at around 84 percent of gross domestic product for the euro zone and at a little below 100 percent of GDP for the US, according to Dow Jones newswire.

"Just consider what levels of debt we are passing on to future generations," he said, according to DJ. "This isn't responsible, politically, morally or ethically."

Stark, a member of the ECB's executive board, declined to discuss ECB monetary policy during a panel discussion at the Alpbach Forum economic conference on Thursday.

http://www.cnbc.com/id/44353396/US_Has_an_Enormous_Debt_Problem_ECB_Official

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He's the German representative? Does this mean that Germany is stamping its foot and saying "Nein" to prinitng money and buying up PIIGS government debt?

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He's the German representative? Does this mean that Germany is stamping its foot and saying "Nein" to prinitng money and buying up PIIGS government debt?

Not if he's replaced by another German who thinks printing money solves everything.

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Well the man was clearly an idiot. I'm surprised they didn't sack him.

The Germans are clearly getting soft.

In the good ol' days he would have been left in a room with a Luger and a shot of malt to steady his hand.

Edited by Deckard

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ECB have confirmed. Personal reasons. Staying on til end year to help replacement.

Is it personal? Reuters says "because of a conflict over the central bank's controversial bond-buying program"

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Ooof. It seems to me that most people know what the problem is, but most in power decide that taking our medicine now is not the best option. Damned if we do, damned if we don't. But at least by not pressing the 'pay back' button, you won't be blamed for bringing the economy to a juddering halt.

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here is his resignation letter in full:

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We need a Lehmans moment to push things to the inevitable conclusion. Everyone on the inside knows that the game's already up but no-one wants to be the spark that ignites the fire.

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We need a Lehmans moment to push things to the inevitable conclusion. Everyone on the inside knows that the game's already up but no-one wants to be the spark that ignites the fire.

Need a spark?

Greece is the word.

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Surely the pertinent question is how will his replacement be selected? Will they be a Merkel appointee, and therefore likely to toe the party line? Or will they be selected by the board of the Bundesbank and possibly a " proper" central banker (ie. Likely to be "outside the tent pissing in")?

Anyone know?

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He's the German representative? Does this mean that Germany is stamping its foot and saying "Nein" to prinitng money and buying up PIIGS government debt?

no,they've just got a case of cold feet.

the german politico have figured out where this is heading...and know the ultimate consequence of attempting to gain hegemony over eurpoe the way they are is going to lead to their utter decimation at the hands of the USA,russia and the EU "rebel" states....not to mention the ragheads when it becomes clear that the US and UK were set up by these guys to do all the donkey work and take the flak.

the ploy to set the US and russia against each other seems to have failed...for now.

I think ratzinger had better pack his bags,he will be tripping over the dead bodies of his priests as he attempts to flee.

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http://www.bloomberg...nd-of-term.html

The German government will nominate Deputy Finance Minister Joerg Asmussen to replace Stark on the ECB's six-member board, Germany's N-TV reported, without saying where it got the information.

Between this and the ex Italian CB chairman to be at the helm of the ECB the euro might as well be toilet paper. This is the last straw for me, I'm getting out of euros.

Edited by _w_

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http://www.bloomberg...nd-of-term.html

Between this and the ex Italian CB chairman to be at the helm of the ECB the euro might as well be toilet paper. This is the last straw for me, I'm getting out of euros.

You could have given Sir Mervyn a mention

The ESRB contributes to the prevention or mitigation of systemic risks to financial stability in the Union that arise from developments within the financial system. It takes into account macroeconomic developments, so as to avoid periods of widespread financial distress. The ESRB also contributes to the smooth functioning of the internal market and thereby ensures a sustainable contribution of the financial sector to economic growth.

The Chair of the ESRB is the President of the European Central Bank, Mr Jean-Claude Trichet. The first Vice-Chair of the ESRB is Sir Mervyn King,Governor of the Bank of England. He was elected by the members of the General Council of the ECB on 16 December 2010 for five years.

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