Gran Quilombo se armó, se jode la UE

Alguien tiró la banana que ella pisó sin querer…

Crisis ninguneada por el Boletín Oficial del País, cuando Rajoy se pavoneaba de que sólo tuvo 20.000 parados más en Septiembre -mentira es, y además se le han largado un millón de personas- y que la economía gracias a sus recortes, su puta madre, cuando se le hunde todo, la Bolsa el IBEX, y que las exportaciones: bajan las exportaciones y le sube el déficit, -Sinapia tiene la Deuda Externa más grande del Universo, o la segunda después de los EEUU, yo creo que no hay comparación posible entre ambos países-  y los famosos turistas sólo sirven para emporcar y dar gasto, ahora se desfonda la economía de Grecia, arrastrando a todos los demás giles de cuarta, o sea, a los PIIGS.

fall2014¿Esto es una Gran Caída o sólo una corrección?

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Y no sólo Sinapia, ya le vale.

☼ Greek bond yields have slid back into danger territory. They were at 9% last night, far higher than the 7% ‘barrier’ generally assumed to separate acceptable from unsustainable. Someone better do something quick. Left wing Syriza party chief Tsipras is waiting to take over.

Greek Bond Rout Drags Down Markets From Ireland to France (Bloomberg)

Greece’s government debt is back in the spotlight and investors are looking for the exit. As the four-day rout in Greek bonds sent yields to the highest since January, the selloff started to infect nations from Ireland to Portugal and even larger countries such as France. In Spain, a debt auction fell short of the government’s maximum target, and European stocks extended their longest losing streak since 2003.

Más del 7%, incluso 7%, es insostenible, o sea que a 9% los griegos en default.

Greek Drama: Bond Yields Near 9% Threshold (CNBC)

Greek government bond yields spiked beyond 8% on Thursday, in a sign of growing concern about the country’s economic stability given the possibility of snap elections and plans to exit its bailout early. The 10-year note yielded 8.9% on Thursday at Europe market close, well beyond the 7%-threshold which many analysts believe is unsustainable.

Los mercados financieros para abajo, aunque no tomen esto como el Fin del Capitalismo, so infelices, si fuera el fin Uds iban a morir, así que recen porque esto no se quede sin ruedas, os va la vida en ello.

☼ En Europa ya si pides plata prestada te dan plata arriba -no, a Ud no, infeliz, a los bancos nuestros amos

World Braces As Deflation Tremors Hit Eurozone Bond Markets (AEP)

Eurozone fears have returned with a vengeance as deepening deflation across Southern Europe and fresh turmoil in Greece set off wild moves on the European bond markets. Yields on 10-year German Bund plummeted to an all-time low on 0.72pc on flight to safety, touching levels never seen before in any major European country in recorded history.

Eurozone Crisis, 5 Years On: No Happy Ending For Greek Odyssey (Guardian)

Greece loves its epic tales and the greatest of them is the story of Odysseus, the hero who took 10 years to find his way back to Ithaca at the end of the Trojan War. A modern version of the Odyssey began in Greece five years ago this weekend when the government in Athens admitted that it had cooked the books to make its budget deficit look much smaller than it actually was. Few thought then that the scandal would have serious ramifications or that the journey through the stormy seas of crisis would have taken so long. Back in October 2009, the mood in the eurozone was one of cautious optimism.

The year had started with Europe caught up in the global economic crash that followed the collapse of Lehman Brothers, but co-ordinated action by the G20 during the winter of 2008-09 had created the conditions for a recovery in growth that appeared to be gaining strength as the year wore on. The admission by George Papandreou’s new socialist government of a black hole in Greece’s public finances was unwelcome but not viewed as something to be unduly worried about. But the policy makers in Brussels and Frankfurt were wrong. Greece did matter. What has become clear subsequently is that the eurozone crisis is similar to Scylla, the monster that devoured many of Odysseus’s men: a many-headed beast.

The first sign of the crisis to come was the deterioration in government finances, not just in Greece but in other eurozone countries. In truth, though, rising deficits were symptoms of three bigger problems. The first was that many countries in the eurozone had a competitiveness problem. Monetary union had given all the members of the single currency a common interest rate and no freedom to adjust their exchange rates. This meant that if a country had a higher inflation rate than its neighbour, its goods for export would gradually become more expensive. This is what had happened regularly to Italy during the post-war period, when its inflation rate was invariably higher than that in Germany. This time, however, Italy could not devalue.

European Bonds: It’s Every Country For Itself Now (CNBC)

The honeymoon for European bond rates appears to be over for the Continent’s most-troubled economies. After more than a year of interest rates across the Continent moving lower in lockstep—regardless of the country—the last 24 hours show a breakdown in the relationship. Investors are still pouring into German bunds, much as they are still moving into U.S. Treasurys. But they are selling Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and especially Greek debt.

 

☼ Algunos piensan que todo esto y otras cosas más que están ocurriendo justo ahora mismo  -el EiiL (califlato), el Ébola, Ukrania, el quilombo que han armado en Hong Kong-  es para ocultar el crash del Shale Oil, o sea el petróleo extraído por fracking, que alguna vez tenía que reventar esa burbuja.

Incluso los más pesimistas pensaban que la juerga del fracking iba a durar un par de años más por lo menos; qué va, se venía en falsa escuadra, se venía, se venía

Y se ha ido al suelo, y no hay gil que la sostenga

Yo ya había dicho que en cuanto acabará el verano 2014 se le jodía la cosa a Rajoy, y ocurrió.

A pesar del paripé y la mentira que se tienen montada con Mas y los independentistas de Cataluña, ERC y la puta madre que los parió, si eso es todo puro cuento para tener distraído al personal y no se den cuenta de la realidad:

* Que Sinapia ha caído otro peldaño del Colapso *

Menudo Fangal todo esto.

☼ Música del tango  Fangal

→ Fangal

http://www.todotango.com/musica/tema/168/Fangal/

☼ Letra del tango, Fangal, de Enrique Santos Discépolo

Yo la vi que se venía en falsa escuadra,
se ladeaba, ¡se ladeaba por el borde del fangal!..

¡Pobre mina que nació en un conventillo
con los pisos de ladrillos, el aljibe y el parral!
Alguien tiró la banana que ella pisó sin querer
y justito, cuando vi que se venía ya decúbito dorsal,
¡me la agarré!…

Fui un gil
porque creí que allí inventé el honor,
un gil
que alzó un tomate y lo creyó una flor;
y sigo gil
cuando presumo que salvé el amor,
ya que ella fue
¡quien a trompadas me rompió las penas!…
Ya ven,
volví a la mugre de vivir tirao,
¡caray,
si al menos me engrupiera de que la he salvao!…

 

(Esto dijo el cusifai mientras la cosa
retozaba, retozaba ya perdida en el fangal,
y él tomaba una ginebra desastrosa
entre curdas y malandras en la mesa de aquel bar…).
Si alguien tiró la banana, él, que era un gil, la empujó
y justito cuando vio que se venía ya decúbito dorsal,
¡se le prendió!…

Para saber más

Tranquilos, no hay ningún Colapso ‘inminente’

“Omenland”

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Por Armando

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