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MessagePosté le: Mar 15 Juil - 20:24 (2014)    Sujet du message: Austérité en Europe Répondre en citant

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MessagePosté le: Ven 18 Juil - 09:14 (2014)    Sujet du message: Austérité en Europe Répondre en citant

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Anger in Finland over Microsoft job cutsAlmost a quarter of Nokia workers in Finland face redundancy




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MessagePosté le: Mar 22 Juil - 22:46 (2014)    Sujet du message: Austérité en Europe Répondre en citant

Portugal President Admits Espirito Santo Failure Could Be Systemic As Another HoldCo Goes BankruptSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 07/22/2014 - 14:20

As RioForte joins its parent ESI in bankruptcy, in a strangely honest turn of events from a European leader, Portugal's President Anibal Cavaco Silva warned on Monday that fallout from the financial troubles of the founding family of Banco Espirito Santo (BES) could affect the wider economy. With Portugal's hope-strewn GDP growth expectations at only 0.9% for 2014, they do not have much room for disappointment before the nation (whose yields remain near record lows) double- or triple-dips back into recession. Silva concluded, "We cannot ignore that there will be some impact on the real economy," which is odd given every talking-head has explained it is "contained" and "priced-in."


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 24 Juil - 09:28 (2014)    Sujet du message: Austérité en Europe Répondre en citant

Mardi 22 juillet, Eurostat publie les chiffres de la dette publique du premier trimestre 2014.

Dans l'Union Européenne, neuf pays sont en faillite.

1-        Médaille d’or : Grèce. Dette publique de 314,801 milliards d’euros, soit 174,1% du PIB.

2-        Médaille d’argent : Italie. Dette publique de 2120,143 milliards d’euros, soit 135,6 % du PIB.

3-        Médaille de bronze : Portugal. Dette publique de 220,696 milliards d’euros, soit 132,9 % du PIB.

4-        Irlande : dette publique de 202,920 milliards d’euros, soit 123,7 % du PIB.

5-        Chypre : dette publique de 18,206 milliards d’euros, soit 112,2 % du PIB.

6-         Belgique : dette publique de 404,248 milliards d’euros, soit 105,1 % du PIB.

7-         Espagne : dette publique de 989,925 milliards d’euros, soit 96,8 % du PIB.

8-        France : dette publique de 1985,918 milliards d’euros, soit 96,6 % du PIB.

9-        Royaume-Uni : dette publique de 1486,878 milliards de livres sterling, soit 91,1 % du PIB.

La question est :

“QUAND ces neuf pays vont-ils se déclarer en défaut de paiement ?”

http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/cache/ITY_PUBLIC/2-22072014-AP/FR/2-220720…


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 31 Juil - 17:25 (2014)    Sujet du message: Austérité en Europe Répondre en citant

• Banco Espirito Santo shares sink 50% 
• Poor earnings, weak inflation hit Europe stocks 
• Adidas warns, citing Russia and golf risks 


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Futures Tumble On Abysmal European Data, Euro Stocks Turn Red For 2014; German 2Y Bunds NegativeSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 08/06/2014 - 07:14
With everyone focused on China as the source of next systemic risk, most forgot or simply chose to ignore Europe, which through Draghi's verbal  magic was said to be "fixed." Or at least everyone hoped that the rigged European bond market would preserve the "recovery" illusion a little longer giving the world some more time to reform pretend it is doing something to fix it. Turns out that was a mistake, confirmed earlier not only by the plunge in German Factory Orders which cratered -4.3%, down from 7.7% and below the 1.1% revised, and UK Industrial production which missed expectations of a 0.6% boost, rising only 0.3%, but most importantly Italy's Q2 GDP shocker, which as we reported earlier, dropped for the second consecutive quarter sending the country officially into recession. As a result, European stock markets, Stoxx600, has joined the DJIA in the red for the year while Germany's 2 Year Bund just went negative on aggressive risk aversion, the first time since 2012.










The European "Recovery" Is Over: Italy "Unexpectedly" Enters Triple-Dip RecessionSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 08/06/2014 - 06:38

Goodbye European recovery, we hardly knew you. It must have come as a huge shock to all hypnotized lemmings aka "sophisticated investors" who have been following the manipulated, artificial yields in the Italian 10Y relentlessly declining and thus suggesting at least some economic stability, when an hour ago instead of reporting a 0.1% increase for its Q2 GDP as widely expected, Italy "unexpectedly" reported a sequential contraction of -0.2% down from a -0.1% drop in Q1, and officially the start of yet another, its third since Lehman, recession. Then again, considering Italy's youth unemployment of over 40% just hit a record high, we use the term "unexpectedly" rather loosely.


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Italy shows euro zone may never have left recession 

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Europe Furious That Putin Dares To Retaliate To Sanctions, Blames Economic Slide On Kremlin
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 08/07/2014 - 08:14

Either Europe is run by a bunch of unelected idiots, or... well, that's about it. After blindly doing the US' bidding over all propaganda matters Ukraine-related, and following just as blindly into round after round of US-inspired sanctions, sanctions to whose retaliation Europe would be on the frontline unlike the largely insulated US, Europe appears to be absolutely shocked and is apoplectic that after several rounds of sanction escalations, Russia finally unleashed its own round of sanctions and yesterday announced a 1 year ban on all European food imports, something which will further push Europe into a triple-dip recession as already hinted by Italy yesterday.


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ECB Keeps Rates Unchanged As ExpectedSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 08/07/2014 - 07:48
No surprises from Draghi this time, although judging by the kneejerk reaction in the USDJPY, at least one algo was expected a little somethingfrom the former Goldmanite.


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Frontrunning: August 7Submitted by Tyler Durden on 08/07/2014 - 07:43
  • Russia bans all U.S. food, EU fruit and vegetables in sanctions response (Reuters)
  • Snowden receives three-year Russian residence permit (Reuters)
  • Headline of the day: Europe's Recovery Menaced by Putin as Ukraine Crisis Bites (BBG)
  • Americans worry that illegal migrants threaten way of life, economy (Reuters)
  • Almost 90% of Uninsured Won't Pay Penalty Under the Affordable Care Act in 2016 (WSJ)
  • Germany’s Bond Advance Sends 2-Year Note Yield Below Zero (BBG)
  • Gaza War’s Critics in Crosshairs as Israelis Back Offensive (BBG)
  • The 1% May Be Richer Than You Think, Research Shows (BBG)
  • Bank of America Near $16 Billion to $17 Billion Settlement (WSJ)
  • Deep Water Fracking Next Frontier for Offshore Drilling (BBG)









Europe Continues To Deteriorate Leading To Fresh Record Bund Highs; All Eyes On DraghiSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 08/07/2014 - 07:10
There were some minor fireworks in the overnight session following theworst Australian unemployment data in 12 years reported previously (and which sent the AUD crashing), most notably news that the Japanese Pension Fund would throw more pensioner money away by boosting the allocation to domestic stocks from 12% to 20%, while reducing holdings of JGBs from 60% to 40%. This in turn sent the USDJPY soaring (ironically, following yesterday's mini flash crash) if only briefly before it retraced much of the gains, even as the Pension asset reallocation news now appears to be entirely priced in. It may be all downhill from here for Japanese stocks. It was certainly downhill for Europe where after ugly German factory orders yesterday, it was the turn of Europe's growth dynamo to report just as ugly Industrial Production which missed expectations of a 1.2% print rising only 0.3%. Nonetheless, asset classes have not seen major moves yet, as today's main event is the ECB announcement due out in less than an hour. Consensus expects Draghi to do nothing, however with fresh cyclical lows in European inflation prints, and an economy which is clearly rolling over from Germany to the periphery, the ex-Goldmanite just may surprise watchers.


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Data reveal chinks in eurozone’s recoveryPortuguese prices and German confidence send worrying signals


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MessagePosté le: Jeu 14 Aoû - 13:08 (2014)    Sujet du message: Austérité en Europe Répondre en citant

Jeudi 14 août 2014 :


Evolution du PIB au deuxième trimestre 2014 :


France : 0 %.


Italie : baisse de 0,2 %.


Allemagne : baisse de 0,2 %.


Allemagne : brutal coup de frein à la croissance au 2e trimestre.

Le produit intérieur brut (PIB) de l'Allemagne a subi un brutal coup de frein au deuxième trimestre. Il a reculé de 0,2%, encore plus que prévu, selon un chiffre provisoire de l'Office fédéral des statistiques, Destatis.




http://www.romandie.com/news/Allemagne-brutal-coup-de-frein-a-la-croissance-au-2e-trimestre/507448.rom



François Hollande disait en 2012 : « En Europe, la crise est derrière nous. »



Pauvre clown.



En Europe, la crise est devant nous.


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The Bank for International Settlements' Backdoor Betrayal

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Written by Bruno de Landevoisin of  the DEATHFLATION blog. 

 
The Bank for International Settlements, otherwise known as the BIS, should more aptly be named the Bank for International division and domination.  It's clearly an institution with global reach, whose hidden covert purpose is to impose the financial globalist's agenda on all sovereign nation states.  The luminous photo below is of their luxurious Headquarters. 
Ten times a year, once a month except in August and October, a small group of well dressed men arrives in Basel, Switzerland. Carrying elegant overnight bags and stylish brief cases, they discreetly check into the Euler Hotel, across from the railroad station.  They come to this quiet city from places as disparate as Tokyo, Paris, Brasília, London, and Washington, D.C., for the regular meeting of the most exclusive, secretive, and powerful supranational club in the world. 
Each visiting member has his own office at the club, with secure telephone lines to his home country.  These elite international bankers are fully serviced by a permanent staff of about 300, including chauffeurs, chefs, guards, messengers, translators, stenographers, secretaries, and researchers. Also at their disposal are a brilliant research unit, well equipped medical facility and deep underground bunker, as well as a secluded country club with tennis courts and a swimming pool, a few kilometers outside of Basel. 
Undoubtedly, we have all heard of this all important international organization, but how many of us really know much about it, or even understand its intended purpose.  The only thing that I knew about this powerful global entity was that it is often described as the Central Bank of Central Banks.  Clearly, we all need to know more, let's constructively begin with some benign elementary historical background transcribed from Investopedia, and also lay out the venerable institution's specific functions & mission statement, directly from the BIS website itself. 


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  • Europe to Launch Its Own GPS Satellites
    Europe is slated to launch the first of a new generation of global-positioning satellites seeking to divorce itself from reliance on the Pentagon's GPS constellation, the backbone of global commerce.


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Angela Merkel scolds Italy and France over the faltering eurozone recovery
German chancellor claims stifled growth is due to countries running high deficits and breaking fiscal rules set by Brussels




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