Category Archives: euro

“Losses Will Be Devastating,” Triggering A Derivatives Blow-Up And Worldwide Collapse

Today the man who remarkably predicted the collapse of the euro against the Swiss franc warned King World News that “losses will be devastating,” triggering a derivatives blow-up and worldwide collapse. Egon von Greyerz:  “Eric, I’m looking at the bond markets, worldwide.  What we’ve seen now both in the U.S. and in Germany is that rates have increased Read More

Greece May Sign Russia Gas Deal As Soon As Today

It appears that Herr Schaeuble will be left in the cold as following comments from the Greek energy minister that a deal is coming “soon,”  it is being reported that: *RUSSIA MAY SIGN GAS LINK ACCORD W/ GREECE TODAY: ROSSIYA 24 According to Gazprom’s CEO comments on Greek TV, following his meeting with Greek PM Read More

“We Have Come To The End Of The Road” – Greece Prepares For Default, FT Reports

Update: as always is the case in Europe, nothing is confirmed until it is officially denied by officials, so here you go:GREEK GOVT OFFICIAL DENIES FT REPORT GREECE PLANNING DEFAULT There was no explanation from the government official where Greece would get the €2.5 billion it needs to fund upcoming IMF interest and principal payments. * Read More

50-Year Veteran Warns A Huge Game-Changer Is About To Strike

With stock markets weaker across the globe, today a 50-year market veteran warned King World News that a huge game-changer is about to strike. He also discussed the truth about what is really happening around the world. John Embry: “Yesterday we saw a surge in stocks and a smash in gold. The interesting thing was Read More

Eurozone Can’t Survive in Current Form, Says PIMCO

Single currency area must become a “United States of Europe” in order to secure its future, says manager of world’s largest bond fund. By Szu Ping Chan The eurozone is “untenable” in its current form and cannot survive unless countries are prepared to cede sovereignty and become a “United States of Europe”, the manager of Read More

As Major Cracks Appear In The Global Financial System, It’s Everyone, Every Currency And Every Central Bank For Itself

By John Ing of Maison Placements March 24 (King World News) – Much is made of America’s economy becoming one of the fastest growing economies in the world. It is all relative. Debt has grown even faster. The US dollar too has soared relative to other currencies, thanks in part to a relatively better economic Read More

“Belief That European QE Will Work Is Far-Fetched,” Bill White Warns This Will “End Very Badly”

As the title of Hinde Capital’s latest note ascribes, we are on “The Road to Nowhere,” and this excellent discussion with former BIS Economic Adviser (and teller-of-the-truth) William White explains it all.. “I’m not sure [European QE] is going to do anything – certainly, nothing that’s good. The fundamental problem here, as I see it Read More

Paul Tudor Jones Warns This “Disastrous Market Mania” Will End “By Revolution, Taxes, Or War”

“This gap between the 1% and the rest of America, and between the US and the rest of the world, cannot and will not persist,” warns renowned trader Paul Tudor Jones during his recent TED Talks speech, as he addressed the question – can capital be just? Hoping to expand the “narrow definitions of capitalism,” Read More

ECB Prepares For Grexit, Anticipates 95% Loss On Greek Debt

Dear Greek readers: the writing is now on the wall, and it is in very clear 48-point, double bold, and underlined font: when the ECB “leaks” that it is modelling a Grexit, something Draghi lied about over and over in 2012 and directly in our face too, take it seriously, because it is time to Read More

Investors Still Aren’t Fully Awake to this Dollar Nightmare Yet – MarketWatch

By Shawn Langlois We are back on “patient” watch this week, with the Fed’s potential market-rattling precursor to a rate hike due midweek. Our call of the day predicts that, for now, “patient” will remain in the script and the Fed won’t be rocking the boat on interest rates (more on that below). Market behavior Read More