When she says "Europe is better off with out Greece" and "Germany will save Billions" with Greece gone from the picture. Never mess with a female German Grout.
What's good is now BAD. Watch market drop today as investors realize Yellen raises rates in two months and sets the Bull's tail on fire - as in charred to the bone.
and you know the ECB and EU won't throw any Euros Greece way - since Germany controls both and the Germans are tired of throwing their tax dollars down a dark empty hole.
Watch Market Sell off today - BIG TIME
Sure looks like Germany won't lend Greece a Dime, much less 7.8 billion Euros. Especially with Greek PM meeting with Putin and Greek FM says "we are a Marxist country" now.
and could we see the little lady turn into a chicken hawk tomorrow. Many investors think so.
Well the dream will turn into a nightmare tomorrow for one of these two animals. Yellen has stalled as long as she can and I think the market tomorrow will be shocked when this little old lady with a flock of gray hair says "rate hike could come at any time" BOOM - the market head South like there is no tomorrow.
Down market goes this coming week as Greek negotiators tell Creditors that Athens will never accept demands for cuts to pensions and wages, or a rise in value-added tax on electricity. This breaking news is a very gold slap to the face for IMF, Germany, ECB, Schäuble, EU, etc., and sends a clear message to the rest of Europe - Greece is "Not Playing Ball" and will walk away with Billions of IOU's in its back pocket.
and a solid majority want Greece out of the Euro. Are you listening Merkel or still arguing with your own finance minister??? German people fed up with Greek's who want to suck in German euro like a blue whale sucks in plankton.
Down she goes tomorrow boys as the Greeks says "Everyone gets a fat pension at the expense of the IMF, EU and ECB. Sure look ugly tomorrow as Greek Government says "We are broke but more bail out Money from Creditors will allow us to bloated pensions FOREVER.
Greece's top administrative court on Wednesday ruled that pension cuts adopted in 2012 as part of the country's tough bailout conditions were unconstitutional, and ordered the cash-strapped government to restore the payments to their previous levels. The Council of State's long-awaited ruling on private sector pensions comes as Greece's anti-austerity government is locked in tense talks with international creditors over reforms in return for urgently-needed rescue funds, with pensions seen as one of the key sticking points. The court's decision, which is not retroactive, calls for the government to restore the pensions to the level they were at before a November 2012 law came into effect lowering main and supplementary pensions by five to 10 percent.
so the only question is will the market drop 100, 150 or 200 points. You can see volatility in Asian, Europe and now U.S. markets increase as the Greek Government gives nothing but the "Middle Finger" to Europe Creditors. Default now T-19 days and counting.
We're actually worse. Market must be really glad to receive news that the Italian Fiance Minister believe the country is not Greece. Are You Kidding Me.
Italian Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan said Tuesday there is no way Italy will follow in Greece's footsteps if it does leave the euro zone. Oh I sure will sleep better tonight knowing Italy is safe while Spain and Portugal are about to fall off the cliff.
But what Juncker realizes (or doesn't) is that Tsipras has no intention to deliver promised plans, much less pay back 7.7 billion Euros this summer. Greece Government plans to default this month unless the Creditors buckle, which they won't. Tsipras believes the whole or Europe will never let Greece slip ways while the Creditors and Germany in particular can't wait for the Euro sucking country to pack up and leave. You want volatility this month - you got it as little Greece rocks the world and shakes world markets to the bone.
that are consistent with international laws for country's in threat of default. So what better things to do but stall, have a bogus election for the umpteenth time and then send in new elected officials to play the game all over again. The Greeks know how to play the game but I'm afraid the Creditors are a euro short and a day late again.
Brent Thill commented in a note that FireEye reiterated its "well-understood" drivers of growth and discussed its "strengthening" competitive moat, broadening platform and pathway towards profitability. Thill added that "most notably," FireEye's "unique" partnerships – such as the recently announced agreement with Visa Inc
shows the company's ability to benefit in the form of extended sales capacity, lead generation, and a more fluid path to the internationalization. The analyst also noted that these kinds of agreements "remain under-appreciated" by investors. Bottom line, FireEye remains "well-positioned" to sustain its current growth trajectory and do so "considerably" more profitability than its peers as the company continues to scale.
So long $40's and hello upper $50's