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I, along with 7 other investment co-workers, are forming a fresh investment website which was launched last week. Please refer to our new site for all my future articles and blogs, including my ten predictions for 2009. I will also post some public ones here every once in awhile. Thank you quite definitely.

And I am not talking about talk about price to leverage, but instead because of balance sheet. The World Bank or investment company acknowledges this Event. The penny-pinching Germans aren’t very comfortable with personal or corporate debt, so the thought of a robust bank like DB leveraging at 60 to at least one 1 or higher seemed unlikely. I took a look at their recent cash flow statements and balance bed sheets. A year I had fashioned to go back more than, to March 2009. Deutsche Bank or investment company do have a 60 to 1 1 leverage – close to the bottom level of the trough of the most severe recession since the end of the battle. When talking about prices plummet, leverage rates escalate – that’s the way the formulation works.

You ask me to trust you, however the data you’ve offered has been either incorrect (shipbuilding vs. Buy the real way, who has accepted to the “admitted consipiracy” that is currently common knowledge? Bruce Germany’s biggest banks are leveraged up at 60 to 1 1 (Deutsche Bank or investment company) completely to 124 to one. Believe me, it is a banking institution’s bailout of European banks and you do not know what you are discussing regarding conspiracy.

It is an admitted conspiracy to bail out the European banks, and it is common knowledge now. You are correct about the Greece economy, but the German banks lent way beyond their means. They were new and greedy they might be bailed out. If they aren’t bailout out the financial system will be badly hurt.

Of course then we could have state banks like Ellen Brown discusses. Actually, Greece has practically no shipbuilding whatsoever. It does have the biggest merchant marine in the world (U.S. Greece deeply. The greater reason behind their problems stem from the high transfer payments, the federal government is locked into – high unemployment, large pensions, and early retirement. Public sector spending accounts for 40% of the GDP (CIA World Factbook).

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One needn’t choose a conspiracy. Greece just spent money they didn’t have. It isn’t as fun a story to tell, but the conspiracy story is pretty thinly based. Yes Elliot, the problem is that Greece has two major industries that tend to go boom and bust. Ship tourism and building appear to tank at the same time.

It is merely just how it will there be. The people have become radicalized without a doubt, as they see the IMF and the German debts requirements as being fascistic. Perfectly written HUB with a lot of great info. However there are two parts to the story, which I feel have gone unnoticed by much of the mainstream media.

Oh, right. Actually Britain will have to do like the united states needs to do, make things. This financial pencil pressing won’t cut it. Obviously, IMF couldn’t care and attention less, they take a seat on the gold pot. Now we got Cameron who claimed he’ll bring England out of the recession and blamed Brown constantly for it. Lets see the miracles.

Yes, HP you have correctly browse the situation. The monopoly of the G-20 over IMF is a problem of the National government. US, the pillar of democracy indirectly become a subject of conformity of undemocratic country like China, Egypt who was simply the known users of the G-20. I have some more hubs on the subject, Custom. Hope you realize that really, the pressing issue is the financial industry biggies versus mainstream. Plenty of false expressions of shock out there, but it is all about mainstream versus the big ultimately, conspiratorial financial industry almost worldwide. Nice pub, global idiocy in banking is something I’ve little understanding about and I look forward to reading more.