Investors don't buy German bonds, Germany doomed

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    That's what I read a couple times on the forum, that investors wouldn't buy German bonds.


    On 30th November, the interest on Germany's 1-year state bonds fell to a level where investors will pay Germany interest for purchasing and owning German bonds.
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    German Note Yields Fall Below Zero on ECB Rate Outlook, Demand for Safety - Bloomberg
     
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    The Italians, Spaniards and Greeks just got schooled
     
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    You wanna back up that claim that posters here have said that investors don't buy German bonds? Or are you just making shit up again?
     
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    The flight of capital out of Greece, right now, must be a torrent.
     
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    Subtracting the debt of German people, Germans have around 8.5 Trillion € in cash+real estate (more than 11 Trillion $).
    Of these 8.5 Billion € more than 4.6 Trillion € is lying in Bank accounts as available cash and the rest is invested in real estate.
    Cars, jewelry, gold or art is not considered in the calculation.

    All debt of the 17 €-countries combined is 8.2 Trillion €.


    Germans could pay-off €-zone debt
    ( Deutsche könnten Schulden der Euro-Zone tilgen )
    8,5 Billionen Euro Besitz: Deutsche könnten Schulden der Euro-Zone tilgen - SPIEGEL ONLINE - Nachrichten - Wirtschaft
     
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    Why should they?
     

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