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La Grèce à 60%
Greece 1-Yr Rate 60%; Finland Retains Collateral Demand; Multiple Veto Points; ECB "Litmus Test" Coming Up; Germany Accuses ECB of Treaty Violations Global Economic Analysis

Commentaire:
1.Kiss a larger EFSF goodbye unless 17 nations all agree to raise the pool to a collective to the proposed €2.2 trillion from the current €440 billion pool.
2.Kiss a larger EFSF goodbye unless Greece offers hard collateral
3.Kiss a larger EFSF goodbye unless German courts rubberstamp the EU summit deals
4.Kiss a larger EFSF goodbye unless 90 percent of investors agree to the deal

In other words, kiss a larger EFSF goodbye, expect a test of the ECB's Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese bond purchasing power, and expect a German court test that in-and-of-itself would settle this matter once and for all.

Even if the German courts approve the deal, there are still more than 17 points of failure, counting investors.
One way or another Greece will default. The sooner the better, actually.

Et l'Italie? Ah non ca va, il lui faut juste 7 milliards d'ici demain
Doppio aumento Iva per trovare 7 miliardi

Et c'est l'Allemagne qui doit payer, bien sur, via les eurobonds.

"L'Allemagne ne peut pas se permettre un accident italien. La Péninsule est un partenaire indispensable. Si l'Italie saute, l'Allemagne saute, l'Europe aussi et le monde enfin. Donc l'Italie ne sautera pas !", affirme Alain Minc dans un entretien à paraître dans Le Journal du Dimanche. Europe1

Ce qui se profile là de plus en plus (malho-) nettement, c'est la banqueroute de tous les états, qui ne pourront plus se permettre de tels taux d'interet.

Adieu veau, vache, cochon, couvée, retraite, solde, sécu, RMI, "niches" fiscales, ...

Le ministère des finances polonais annonce la fin de l'euro:
Polish FinMin warns of euro collapse
29.08.2011 06:30
Poland’s Finance Minister, Jacek Rostowski has said that European decision makers must decide on the fate of the Eurozone, and suffer the consequences if the common currency area fails.[...] news.pl

September 23: The Beginning Of The End For Merkel... And The Eurozone? ZeroHedge

Euro bail-out in doubt as 'hysteria' sweeps Germany
German Chancellor Angela Merkel no longer has enough coalition votes in the Bundestag to secure backing for Europe's revamped rescue machinery, threatening a consitutional crisis in Germany and a fresh eruption of the euro debt saga.
Telegraph
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