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Wednesday’s Retrospective – 26 November 2014

European equities have lost their momentum yesterday, mostly closing on red, although the ECB Vice President Vitor Constancio sent a strong signal that ECB could start full-blown QE, if it decides that more aggressive stimulus measures are needed. 347 more words


Draghi: printing a full extra trillion non negotiable to help all borrow cheaply

European Central Bank President Mario Draghi speaking at the economic and monetary affairs Committee of the European Parliament last Monday, made at least two direct references to additional monetary measures, to confront the anaemic economic conditions in Eurozone, “if warranted to achieve price stability over the medium term”. 1,002 more words


The Most Important Election You Haven’t Heard Of

Reposted from: Breitbart.com | by JASON SCHEURER

In less than three weeks, the most important election of the year will take place in Switzerland, and you haven’t heard of it. 2,073 more words


For All reblogged this on An End Once And For All and commented:

Well said Deus Nexus and excellent points. I can only concur with what he is saying in regards to this news. - For All

The banks first to benefit from the new euro trillion ECB plans to print

Last week, all the major media reported a deep division in the Governing Council of the European Central Bank, over a Mario Draghi policy proposal to pump more freshly printed money into the struggling Eurozone economy. 1,120 more words


Is the ECB ready to flood Eurozone with freshly printed money?

The insatiable appetite of the global financial system for more free cash from central banks has now reached the Governing Council of the European Central Bank. 1,113 more words


Notes From Underground: European Stress Tests Have Passed; Now All Trading Stress Begins

After the release of the asset quality review yesterday, analysts had time to digest the information and form a modicum of market opinion prior to Monday’s market opening. 1,105 more words


Draghi's Desperation

The European Central Bank (ECB) faces a desperate situation. Remarkably low inflation is stealing its ability to ease the euro zone’s fiscal-financial strains and, consequently, its ability to buy time for the zone’s governments to implement desperately needed budgetary and economic reforms. 741 more words