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Signs of a collapse in the offing

On June 27, 2011, in Economy & Actuality, by admin

Over the last few days, in addition to the crucial question of the Greek debt, 3 events have occurred which can be considered to be real indicators presaging what will become a widespread factor everywhere and is quite simply summarised in one phrase: a collapse of confidence in the financial system. 1) Freezing of the [...]

A single snowflake can cause an avalanche

On June 20, 2011, in Economy & Actuality, by admin

Since March 2009, the public authorities and the traditional financial media have really hyped the theme of “coordinated action between the public authorities and the central banks will get us out of the crisis and reflate the economy”. However the plans to boost the economy were swamped by rescue plans, and on seeing Greece’s financial [...]

All animals are equal, but some are more equal than others

On June 14, 2011, in Economy & Actuality, by admin

“At this stage, the programme we are supporting, which has been approved, and the latest tranche of which aims to put Greece back on the rails, does not contemplate debt restructuring,” assured acting IMF head John Lipsky at a press conference in London. On Friday 3rd June, an agreement in principle was reached on the [...]

Unfortunately every part is affected

On June 8, 2011, in Economy & Actuality, by admin

The major media always prefer to refer to the news of the moment and do not mention older problems even if no answer has been found. In addition the information is rather biased and solely personal.  Current research, based on various sources, is able to provide a clearer view. So, if we are not careful, [...]