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European Stocks Falling At Start Of Trading Today

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2013/may/23/stock-markets-tumble-nikkei-ftse-eurozone

European markets are also falling heavily at the start of trading.

• France's CAC: down 2.2%

• Germany's DAX fell 1.9%

• Spain's IBEX fell 2.3%,

• Italy's FTSE MIB fell 2.5%

All after the Nikkei fell 7%.

Edited by interestrateripoff

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But, but, Krugman said Japan was finally doing the right thing, we all need to do what Japans doing. The printers and MOAR debt fanatics cant be wrong, surely?

Do you mean to suggest that stock market prices might be merely liquidity-driven froth and not an accurate measure of discounted of future earnings?

Better ask Doc Mibbles. :lol:

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Time to top up the QE crack pipe again - though clearly the junkie needs a bigger hit this time around, since we're seeing previous doses wear off quicker and quicker.

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Time to top up the QE crack pipe again - though clearly the junkie needs a bigger hit this time around, since we're seeing previous doses wear off quicker and quicker.

The thick layer of inflation gob is weighing heavier and heavier on the real consumption base. Lots of poeple I meet nowadays comment on costs, others their business is really suffering from cheaper foreign labour alternatives as more and more "careers" and skillsets get commoditised.

100% incorrect long term economic strategy, all for the benefit of short term so the current participants can leave the exits with their pockets full.

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I reckon the markets are having a deliberate quick sell-off just to ensure QE continues.

edit to add: The Telegraph says markets continue sell off on the better than expected job news, meaning QE may taper off earlier. What a total bunch of hoons.

Edited by scappers

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I reckon the markets are having a deliberate quick sell-off just to ensure QE continues.

edit to add: The Telegraph says markets continue sell off on the better than expected job news, meaning QE may taper off earlier. What a total bunch of hoons.

Investors are addicted and the politicians are too scared to make them go cold turkey in case they trash the place.

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