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Adverse Desire Costs &#39Very Negative Information for Europe,&#39 Folkerts-Landau Says





Mar.26 — David Folkerts-Landau, head of study and group main economist at Deutsche Financial institution, discusses the return of adverse curiosity prices as he claims the European Central Financial institution “missed the transform” twice on curiosity prices and looks at the “grinding down” of European economies. He speaks on “Bloomberg Surveillance.”

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11 comments

  1. Save yourself, but Ripple XRP or bitcoin

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  2. Lol this guy is just fear mongering. Europe has been the strongest then every other country doing it alone. Everybody is going to take heavy hits you can’t run from that. Europe bails each other out that’s the difference. It gets back up way faster again.

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  3. the ecb should raise interest rates to 2% ! then leave the govts of solve the many problems !

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  4. This is why I stack Bitcoin…..

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  5. A slow grind down has a bad ending someday.

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  6. Keep the rich richer…"Whatever it takes!"

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  7. The Euro collapses. Ezekiel 7: 19. Revelation 18: 17. WARS appear.

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  8. The world is going to shit. Accept a recession and stop trying to stop the inevitable by making bubbles worse than the ought to be by using idiotic negative rates.

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  9. So Bitcoin is out-yielding $10T of sovereign debt?

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  10. Negative interest rates is straight up theft. Watch how people start pulling balances.

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  11. DB is a dead company

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