Significant Euro Debt

Discussion in 'Economics' started by libertad, Sep 8, 2008.

  1. Shocker! Didn't all the US bears tell us the grass is greener on the other side?
  2. lwmoss


    So what do you think about this article? I read it, but I'd like to hear opinions.

    I'm a new futures trader.
  3. Here's my opinion newbie, and keep in mind it's worth what you pay for it.... we're heading for worldwide recession, and it all could sputter quite a bit before it puts in a bottom... we're just in a period of non-expansion currently now, how long it lasts... could be up to two years but eventually there will be real contractions and then later on the CB's will lower rates to get things going....
  4. Exclude companies in Germany, where earnings still outstrip investment...

    I find that in the article they are very slack with referencing or accurately identifying the referenced statistical material that they use for the portioned commentaries... and Germany is a huge portion of the European economy.

    It seems moderately like "creative statistics" to me.

    Another concern is how much debt is in fact foreign and domestic - huge differences between the US and the EU.