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Understanding the European Banking Crisis

QUESTION: Hi Martin, Awhile back you mentioned the ECB doesn’t have unilateral authority to expand the money supply, and that the political crisis in Europe [...]

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2015 Berlin Interview

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The Euro v Pound

Despite all the yelling and threats on top of forecasts that Britain will fall apart without the EU, the markets do not reflect such a doomsday outlook. We do see [...]

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How Will Europe Respond to Being the Source of the Crisis?

QUESTION: Dear Martin, You have discussed the structural design flaw in the euro being due to the lack of consolidation of EU countries’ debt, as well as, EU [...]

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Italy & the Euro

QUESTION: Dear Mr Armstrong, When will the Euro begin the final drop against the USD? My second question is property in Italy seems to be rising. Is this what you [...]

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Changes are Coming in 2020

QUESTION:  I have a question, you wrote : “Those in Europe who have a position in cash, it may be better to have shares or a private sector bond or US [...]

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The Risks Are in the Eurozone Banks But Beware of Global Contagion

QUESTION: Sir, Given the liquidity crisis and the problem to arrive from Europe, I have a question for us Europeans: when you are talking about Europe and failures [...]

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The Coming European Crisis

QUESTION: Hi Martin, first of all thank you for being alive and bring your knowledge to the world. I am also worried for when you will not be here, wondering if [...]

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Will Shipping Turn in 2020?

COMMENT: HI MA, Well, I know you’ve written about Germany many times as the next big country in Euro to hit the skids…I kept with Italy for a long period [...]

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Portugal’s Miracle?

The Portuguese economy was bailed out by the European Union eight years ago. It is now booming, also in part for its aggressive attraction of courting foreign [...]

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