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On the 15th of January EURCHF plunged fast and hard 2.240 pips after an unscheduled and surprise announcement from the Swiss National Bank (SNB) that called an end to their minimum exchange rate which had been in place since September 2011 and ensured that one euro could not buy less than 1.20 Swiss Francs. 197 more words

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BUCHAREST, Romania (AP) — Hundreds of people have protested in Romania against high repayments for Swiss franc loans, blaming the banks for offering deceptively cheap loans and calling on the government to regulate hard currency loans.  52 more words

Global Economy - Markets - Finance

Adding Up the Swiss Franc Fallout

Source: The International Forecaster, by James Corbett

After the Swiss National Bank’s surprise removal of the franc floor last week, market chaos reined. What does this mean? 167 more words

Financial/Societal Collapse And Dependence

Look! Up in the sky! It's a Swiss Franc... It's a U.S. Dollar... No, It's Peace Dividend Man!

Yesterday I got into a cab and took a ride. It didn’t matter to where. I wasn’t going anywhere. I just needed to know what was hot these days since I cut the cord. 826 more words


Paul Craig Roberts – The Whole World Is Staring Down The Barrel Of A Gun As Global Collapse Looms


In the aftermath of last week’s black swan announcement by the Swiss and on the heels of the ECB’s announcement that they are going to inject $1.3 trillion of stimulus into Europe’s beleaguered banking system and bond market, today former U.S. 60 more words

Global Economy - Markets - Finance

How The Swiss National Bank Almost Crushed George Soros ~ ZeroHedge

 Submitted this morning by Andre…nice find, mahalo!

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/23/2015 12:52 -0500

Minutes after last week’s Swiss National Bank shocker, jokingly we mused: 1,059 more words

News And Politics

Central banks take centre stage....

Takeaway: Central banks take centre stage as the spotlight moves back to the Euro –  via the Swiss Franc
It was almost inevitable that the upbeat tone driving capital markets activity in the first two weeks of the year would be broken, but the nature in which it was broken was anything but expected.  932 more words

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