4 Responses to Financial markets tumble on news of unrest in Greece and Spain

  1. barb says:

    How Mitt Romney Helped Monsanto Take Over the World

    Despite requests made under the Freedom of Information Act for correspondence out of the White House, the Obama administration is refusing to comply with calls to disclose discussions with Monsanto-linked lobbyists.

    does anybody get it yet??


  2. Kevin says:

    I’m surprised you haven’t reported on the torrential rains and flooding in England



    what we’ve been watching is dike filling for quite some time, its just a matter of time before it all collapses and there’s nothing anyone can do about it, its inevitable….


  4. Bone Idle says:

    Can kicking can’t go on much longer.
    Draghi’s promise of open ended bond buying will never materialize.
    The German’s don’t want to be the first to get out of the Euro – it maybe that the Finns will have this honour. (Then quickly followed by the Germans).

    Civil unrest in Spain will be the downfall of the Euro project. The Catalan province is itching to be declared separatist. If the Spanish government brings military action to thwart Catalan separatist action then they E.U. Parliament will suspend Spain’s membership to the E.U. project and access to bailout funds.

    Spanish P.M.’s Rajoy’s hold on power could be tenuous as he tries to balance austerity and the population.


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