EU to Cyprus: “all animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others“…Sunday night markets will tell if this is Lehman II 🙂
So it turns out that those who noted that the Cyprus bailout took place ahead of a local bank holiday on Monday were onto something. The terms of the bailout deal represent a huge leap in how the EU is tackling the crisis. Time will tell whether this leap is over or into the chasm.
This is a quick reaction post. I will focus on likely market reaction because that is what I know about – and why you’re likely reading my ramblings – and leave meditations on justice and democracy to people closer to the action.
Continue reading “CYPRUS Bailout Fair or Unfair”
I truly believe it pays to be an optimist in life. it’s practically part of the job description. You can fearfully view a crisis as a time of loss and peril, or you can choose to view it as a time of opportunity with potential for positive change. The Eurozone crisis has triggered a ripple effect across global markets, and many investors are expressing pessimism about the economic health and sustainability of the region. Me? I’m an optimist. With elections in Greece now behind us, there are still many unanswered questions. Continue reading “Being Optimistic on Euro and Emerging markets opportunities”