Economic malaise widespread across the continent. Italy; longest recession in history, unemployment figures; Southern Europe appalling levels. France, unemployment record highs. Finland, worst unemployment figures; 13-years.. Greece is not the problem. It’s a symptom of the problem.
China reported massive increase in its gold holdings of 600 tons, dumped hundreds of billions of dollars worth of U.S. Treasuries last 15 months, $224 billion offloaded in last 90 days
Copper just hit a six-year low, Morgan Stanley warning that this could be the worst oil price crash in 45 years, Chinese economy is suddenly stalling out, world trade is falling at the fastest pace since the last financial crisis.
India is very serious about shifting towards renewable energy, reducing imports of coal by 70 million tons; $17 billion a year. Disastrous consequences for Australia, India's largest coal export partner.
The coalition to create UN tax regime, impose global tax includes more than 130 national governments and dictatorships funded by European Union and globalist billionaires such as Bill Gates, did manage to create "Tax Inspectors Without Borders."
Saudi Arabia, usually considered a close ally of the US, plans to invest ten billion US dollars in Russia in the coming years. The agreement between Saudi Arabia and Russia is a sensitive geopolitical setback for the United States,
steep increase in the sales tax from 13 to 23 percent. The new rates have been imposed on basic goods, from cooking oil to condoms, coffee, diapers as well as to popular services; taxi rides, restaurants and ferry transport to the Greek islands. The tax hikes are part of a package of austerity measures that also include pension cuts.
Friday,China's announcement it bought over 600 tons of gold in "one month", Chinese FX reserves come via China's US Treasury holdings, are being aggressively sold, to the tune of $107 billion in Treasury sales so far in 2015. China is forced to liquidate US Treasury paper even though it does not want to, merely to fund a capital outflow unlike anything it has seen in history.
The Greek debt crisis implications should be analyzed at global scale. No matter what kind of deal Athens and Brussels reach, nobody can say what is in store for Greece and the European Union. If the whole Europe is affected, it will give rise to ripple effect to encompass the whole world. No fundamental solutions on the agenda of talks conducted by state officials.
Greek government spokeswoman Olga Gerovasili: Greece intends to strike a new deal with international creditors before August 20. Pursuant to the eurozone summit’s decision of July 12 ratified by the Greek parliament and published in the government’s newspaper, Greece is required for the start of talks with creditors "to change the value-added tax, amend its tax system.
President of Greek Banks Association Louka Katseli appealed to citiznes to return their money to the banks. “Banks are absolutely trustworthy,” Katseli told Mega TV “as guaranteed by the ECB and the Bank Association, but they would have been even more powerful if 40 billion euros had not been withdrawn in the last months.“Let’s all help our economy,” Katseli urged Greeks and added “If you take your money out of your chests and houses which are not safe in any case and deposit at banks, this will enhance liquidity.”
“Τhere will be no need to “haircut” deposits in the future if we all act responsibly.”
Puerto Rico Director of the Office of Management and Budget Luis Cruz: “It is the government’s priority to provide public services health, safety, education, we will not be transferring funds from these assignments to pay the debt, "ratcheting up the pressure to restructure the island’s $72 billion debt burden.
Extent of massive government intervention to halt plunge in Chinese stock market revealed last week by figures showing major state-owned banks have made available $200 billion to boost share prices. Massive bank intervention one of a series of measures initiated by government and financial authorities to halt plunge that was threatening economic and political stability.
Greek banks are reopening Monday after a forced 3-week closure. Greek government kept daily cash withdrawal limit at 60 euros ($65), added a weekly limit. Bank customers will still not be able to cash checks, only deposit them into their accounts, and will not be able to get cash abroad with their credit or cash cards, only make purchases.
Precious metals are nearing their multi-decade lows as the stronger dollar, safer financial markets and lack of inflation in the advanced nations have all undermined demand for the non-yielding passive and low-liquid assets.
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