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Varoufakis Warns “Cloud Of Fear Over Europe Becoming Worse Than Former Soviet Union”

The cracks in the foundation, walls, and ceiling of the European Union are beginning to widen. During an interview with Italian State TV RAI3, Greek Finance Minister Yanis Varoufakis hinted at Greece's "New Deal for Europe" strategy (to be financed by the EIB) but it was the glimpse behind the curtain of EU solidarity that was most shocking as he explained, "Greeks don't have a monopoly on the[...]

Big Bang is Clearly in Play – Dominoes Starting to Fall in Debt Markets

by Martin Armstrong Armstrong Economics Just in case if you have not seen this, Big Bang is clearly in play. The dominoes are starting to fall! Obviously, bearish for the Euro broader-term, but will be interesting to see how the peripheral debt trades tomorrow. The ECB Press release emerged on a waiver of collateral regarding Greek Bonds. The Governing Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) [...]

History In the Balance: Why Greece Must Repudiate Its “Banker Bailout” Debts And Exit The Euro

by David Stockman • February 2, 2015 Now and again history reaches an inflection point. Statesman and mere politicians, as the case may be, find themselves confronted with fraught circumstances and stark choices. February 2015 is one such moment. For its part, Greece stands at a fork in the road. Syriza can move aggressively to recover Greece’s democratic sovereignty or it can desperately[...]

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