Currency Markets Reflect Diminished Confidence

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If you look close you will see the currency markets over the last several weeks are beginning to reflect diminished confidence in the system central banks have created. As the currency games continue to ratchet ever higher it is becoming more apparent that we are standing on shifting sand. This was emphasized when the Swiss National Bank surprised markets and eliminated its exchange-rate cap a key source of support for the euro.

The schemes bankers have used for years to hide and transfer debt are coming under attack, if they crumble under the assault it may culminate in a reset of the economic system across the globe. The surge in the dollar as the World Reserve currency is a sign of trouble ahead. The important article below explores what we might face in the next round as these dangerous games continue.

http://brucewilds.blogspot.com/2015/01/currency-markets-reflect-diminished.html
 

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If you look close you will see the currency markets over the last several weeks are beginning to reflect diminished confidence in the system central banks have created. As the currency games continue to ratchet ever higher it is becoming more apparent that we are standing on shifting sand. This was emphasized when the Swiss National Bank surprised markets and eliminated its exchange-rate cap a key source of support for the euro.

The schemes bankers have used for years to hide and transfer debt are coming under attack, if they crumble under the assault it may culminate in a reset of the economic system across the globe. The surge in the dollar as the World Reserve currency is a sign of trouble ahead. The important article below explores what we might face in the next round as these dangerous games continue.

http://brucewilds.blogspot.com/2015/01/currency-markets-reflect-diminished.html
dear, I see no sign of danger. Why not tell us what the biggest sign is?? Also, the tiny tiny country of Switzerland did not support Europe or the EURO. The Swiss merely saw that their currency was now worth more than the fixed exchange rate value and acted accordingly.
 
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The dollars strength and the rising American stock market are a sign of an unstable global economy. The money flowing in from other countries in search of a safe home screams of a bigger problem! When a strong shift in currencies occurs someone gets hurt and this leads to bankruptcy and contagion.

A great deal of the shadow banking world falls into and overlaps into the grey world of derivatives. There is no single commonly adopted definition of derivative or derivative contract in the European Union. This plays havoc with what and when reporting rules apply. It also highlights divisions in how national regulators view reporting rules for the $693 trillion over-the-counter derivatives market.

Remember this is only part of a much larger market, it is estimated the total derivatives market includes hundreds of trillions of dollars in non-reported agreements and private contracts. Everyone paying attention knows that the size of the derivatives market is 20 times larger than the global economy. The article below explores some of its ins and outs of derivatives and why they could collapse the economic system.

http://brucewilds.blogspot.com/2014/03/derivatives-house-of-cards.html
 

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The dollars strength and the rising American stock market are a sign of an unstable global economy.
thats really stupid since some currency somewhere will always show great relative strength! A rising stock market shows rising earnings not a rising problem. Care to try again.
 

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ALL markets are heavily manipulated. Means nothing.
 

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too stupid we don't take reading assignments from childlike liberals. If you cant defend "heavily" simply admit you lack the IQ as a typical liberal to defend what you say.
Can't read at 3rd grade level? Ok.
 

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too stupid we don't take reading assignments from childlike liberals. If you cant defend "heavily" simply admit you lack the IQ as a typical liberal to defend what you say.
Can't read at 3rd grade level? Ok.
If you cant defend "heavily" simply admit you lack the IQ as a typical liberal to defend what you say.
 

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