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.
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So long $40's and hello upper $50's
Wow - Hitler talking with the new Greek Prime Minister about how Greece can become a Satellite State of Russia and get all the cheap rubles they want. Something is cooking here and smells really, really bad.
If so the "BULLS" will be black and blue all over. Especially if Greece misses IMF payment tomorrow and Russia invades Ukraine over weekend. Double punch to the Bulls gut.
and those "HITS" keep coming. Don't they hurt Bulls?
Spy can't move higher since its a bloated pig that has gotten fat off Fed food. With the Fed about to tighten in September and Greece to default in June, Spy will soon be rotating over the barbecue pit, its fat juices dripping over the hot coals as it shrivels half in size. Time to "Stick a Fork" in Spy and enjoy the tasty sell off.
Markets get so hyped when there is some Europe meeting over Greece, but you have to laugh since we had 4 months of meeting and nothing has been resolved. In reality the IMF, EU, ECB will play hard ball with Greece up to the day Greece defaults, since any deal will be looked at very closely by Italy, Portugal, Spain, Ireland, Cyprus, Belgium etc., who might also want more "Free Euros" with no strings attached. Merkel would rather let Greece go then tell German tax payers they will have to start paying (out of there pockets) other Europe PIGs so they also can get a Greece deal and retire at 50 with a massive pension.
Bush Jr. bankrupt America throwing trillions at Iraq and costing 4000 (plus) soldiers lives. It was a reckless invasion into Iraq with zero follow through plan. Of course Bush relied on his chicken hawks like Cheney, Rumsfeld, etc. who shoot from the hip and think later. But we better step up and confront China now while there still in the middle of their military build up. Better now versus ten years from now when China and Russia think they can own the world.
sure looks like another week of flat to down trading. In fact it will mostly down since investors know the Fed is coming to town as Greece is about to leave town. Should see some good size sell offs this week as more investors pull money from the stock market and get ready for "correction time".
and I don't give a rat's behind if they claim they will roll June debt into one big 1.7 IMF/ECB payment. The Greek's are not paying back a dime but they sure want more "Free" euros on the cheap. World markets tank next week knowing a Greek Default hits in June and there is nothing anyone can do about it. Except run for cover.
If the U.S. was part of the Europe community 3/4 of the U.S. citizens would be screaming to throw Greece ouit of the Euro. Obama is a complete fool to think he can do bogus deals with Iran (which severely threaten US allies in Middle East) and then tell Europe to get your house in order so Greece can go on sucking up free Euros for the next century. Last I checked the U.S. had 17 - 18 Trillion in debt yet Obama thinks Europe should keep on printing so the PIGs can suck what ever air (euros) out of Germany.
Donate now - rumor is Yannis Varoufakis wants a new chopper and his wife want a new mega-mansion. Its the Greek way - Suck up free money yet promise nothing in return. One has to wonder how many time Merkel is going to fall for this one way game?
It won't last long since Putin will so find out his resources are limited after spending Billions of Rubles on Ukraine take over and possibly the Baltic States. Russia will go bankrupt if they think they can cake walk over 1/3 of Europe and as we all know Putin faces cheap oil for years to come (if not decades).
then when it come due it give the middle finger to IMF, EU, ECB and says "So Long Suckers".
and then drops during the days as Yellen has spooked the hell out of everyone. Rate Hike this year - oh just the thought send a shiver up my (long) spine. Spy $204 come Friday.