“All Hell Could Break Loose” As Central Banks Step Up Purchase Of Rival Nation’s Bonds

Just think for a moment about the screwy times we live in when central banks are trying to hurt their rivals by buying up their rivals’ bonds — essentially lending them money. More

9 comments on ““All Hell Could Break Loose” As Central Banks Step Up Purchase Of Rival Nation’s Bonds
  1. seosamhogallunai says:

    give them enough rope and let them hang themselves!

  2. Chundernuts says:

    beggar thy neighbour

    protectionism, then war

  3. jimmy chen says:

    HELL HATH NO FURY LIKE A NOODLE BURNED

  4. farang says:

    But farang was ridiculed when I said in 2001 that Greenspan was doing his best to turn the US Dollar into a Wiemar dollar…laughed at.

    The “fool”, the “conspiracy theorist” back when farang was….alupang……

  5. bloke says:

    “trying to hurt their rivals”

    …Are you sure? to me they are working in harmonious concert, their objective is maximum debt. Maximum debt = maximum control, as we the people have to pay back these ‘loans’.

    If that doesnt seem to add up, may i suggest you google “G20″ “G8″ Etc.

    Sovereign issued, debt free money is the answer to these c***s

    We are running out of time good people

  6. evolutis says:

    Just to add a little Yankee flavor, to this melting pot of very distinguished commentary …
    I would like to borrow from my favoeite madman “Tom Waits” and sum the monetary mess as

    A kind of torch song, written for Piano, Goldman Sachs and fire extinguisher.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zo4Y0TxW41g&feature=related

  7. Youri Carma says:

    Are we heading for a replay of 1930s? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/jeremy-warner/8033335/Are-we-heading-for-a-replay-of-1930s.html

    “We are in the midst of an international currency war”, Guido Mantega, Brazil’s finance minister, declared this week. There’s no quarrelling with the analysis. Around the globe, countries are engaged in deliberate policy action to weaken their currencies and thereby gain competitive advantage in trade.

    Brazil is piggie in the middle; it lacks China’s firepower in currency manipulation and is therefore largely powerless to prevent the inflows of hot money chasing high yield, emerging market assets. Despite action to tax these inflows, they continue unabated, pushing up the currency and making Brazilian goods less competitive.

  8. Marc Authier says:

    It what color is the shit on the exchanged toilet papers in question. It’s all a question about what type of beek jerky you ingested.

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