mardi 11 mai 2010


Post de Zero Hedge de lundi après-midi (16:00 heure française) constatant la reprise de la baisse de l'Euro après un passage au dessus de $1,30 (à noter qu'on achète moins de tranquilité pour un trillion que par le passé). J'attire votre attention sur le premier commentaire qui a suivi:

"Incroyable. Qui aurait pu croire qu'une bande de pays en faillite garantissant les dettes des uns des autres ne seraient pas une stratégie gagnante?"

EURUSD Roll Over Accelerates, Market Playing Catch Up

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After trading as high as mid 1.30s, the EURUSD is rolling over, and its slide is now picking up steam, barely holding on to 1.2858 at last check. The 1.2800 stops are looming, whose break would take the EURUSD back to a 1.27 handle. This may very well still turn out to be the shortest and must futile trillion dollar bailout in history yet. Don't forget it was the EURJPY correlation desks that freaked out on Thursday and drained all NYSE liquidity in stocks. It will be truly amazing if we get another 1000 point move in the Dow... But not up.

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by Quintus
on Mon, 05/10/2010 - 09:49

Amazing. Who'd have thought that a bunch of insolvent countries offering to guarantee each other's debt would not be a winning strategy?

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