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I don't get it. On one side he says the pound will be the safe haven currency in Europe (which means will raise against the €) but on the other side he says the property bubble is exploding and get out as soon as possible.

if the pound is going to be a safe haven, then wouldn't make sense holding assets like property?

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'My view is that if Germany goes down like Japan did in the 1990s (with even worse demographic trends), there is no way that the euro and Eurozone holds up. This will make the pound the safe haven currency in Europe,..."

 

As fr as i can conclude, he bases his assumptions on the idea Germany might go down.

But Germany just got 1.7 mio new inhabitants and birth rates are up yet again... 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, FrenchLondon said:

'My view is that if Germany goes down like Japan did in the 1990s (with even worse demographic trends), there is no way that the euro and Eurozone holds up. This will make the pound the safe haven currency in Europe,..."

 

As fr as i can conclude, he bases his assumptions on the idea Germany might go down.

But Germany just got 1.7 mio new inhabitants and birth rates are up yet again... 

 

 

 

Why do you think Merkel let in 1.7m mainly young people, if not to help defuse the demographic time bomb. Another 8m and its sorted.  

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