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13 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by Bryce Coward via Gavekal Capital blog,While some of the post Greferendum moves in financial markets could have been and were predicted by the financial punditry – lower euro, lower stocks, lower US bond yields, higher gold – the real moves have appeared elsewhere.Indeed, as of this writing the euro is only lower against the USD by less than .5%, the MSCI World Index is barely off

13 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
"Wake up people of the world and investors. Greece will come to your neighborhood very soon, maybe not this year, but next year or whenever it is, because the world is over infected. And defaults will follow, or they will have to create very high inflation rates."That's Marc Faber's message to all of those who may still think that Greece doesn't matter in the grand scheme of things. In an int

13 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Problems... "solved"  Source: Townhall.com

13 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Over the weekend, we showed why contrary to unfounded speculation that Greece is entirely contained, there are still extensive linkages when it comes to the fallout a Grexit would reap if not directly on private commercial banks which over the years managed to offload their Greek exposure to the Europe's taxpayers.... ... but on the sovereign economies of the Eurozone as well as the ECB, at first

13 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Seemed appropos..."Greece is contained" was the clear message desperately trying to be provided to the masses today as PPTs from all around the world lifted FX (and equities directly in some regions) in an effort to keep the dream alive... It didn't work! It started in China... and failed... Then Europe... and failed... (in stocks) With Spain, Portugal, and Italy dumpe

13 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
April 10th 2014 will live on as a day of infamy as hopes of Greece's 'recovery' were proven 'correct' as it issued a 5Y bond in the public markets in what some commentators called a "triumphant return."As recently as last Friday that bond still traded at aroun 70c on the dollar (a 300% collapse from the issue price) but for all those who stuck to their guns and denied-denied-denied reality, today'

13 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
The Greek drama continues. The process thus far has been along the following lines: 1)   Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras states publicly that he is confident that a deal will be met because Greece is willing to compromise. 2)   Tsipras then refuses to compromise behind closed doors with EU officials. 3)   Tsipras tells the media and Greek citiz

13 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by Lance Roberts via STA Wealth Management,During the last year, the Federal Reserve has hinted that the period of "ultra accommodative monetary policy" was coming to an end. The Fed started that process last October by terminating the latest "Quantitative Easing" program which induced massive amounts of liquidity into the financial markets. Subsequently, the Fed has

13 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Earlier today, just after the market open, the Directedge/BATS EDGX Exchange broke. This is what BATS said at 9:41 am:Please be advised that BATS has halted trading on EDGX Exchange to investigate an issue related to platform modifications rolled out today. Will advise.Surely it was a complete coincidence that just as BATS broke (again) the market soared, and peaked within minutes of BATS reopenin

13 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by James H Kunstler via Kunstler.com,While the folks clogging the US tattoo parlors may not have noticed, things are beginning to look a little World War one-ish out there. Except the current blossoming world conflict is being fought not with massed troops and tanks but with interest rates and repayment schedules. Germany now dawdles in reply to the gauntlet slammed down Sunday in the Gr




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