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Notre monnaie de singe va avoir chaud aux fesses cette semaine, à surveiller! Ceci dit, mon pote franc-macaque répète depuis l'année dernière que la réforme monétaire sera en 2012. Enfin, va savoir, y'en aura surement plus d'une les années qui viennent.

"Le calme avant la tempête" titre le Welt, que je ne traduis pas. Ils décrivent un scenario de l'horreur, commencant par la faillite de la Grèce mercredi prochain, suivie d'une fuite de toutes les valeurs touchant à la Grèce qui déclenche une fuite générale de toutes les "valeurs" qui ne valent plus rien (y'en a un paquet), finissant par la fermeture des banques.

Allez chercher des ronds en début de semaine, on ne sait jamais... quoi que quand le système explosera ça ne servira pas à grand chose...

EU has 10 days to save the euro
Roddy Thomson
June 24, 2011

The EU has 10 days to save the euro and prevent any harm to the world economy after putting its faith in Athens to make good on a vow to impose even more unpopular austerity measures on a restive people.

An initial bounce for the euro when EU leaders agreed to grant debt-stricken Greece a second bailout in little over a year faded swiftly as markets looked beyond Thursday's EU pledge to do "whatever necessary" to shield the currency. [...] la suite

The banknotes that could return if the euro collapses The Telegraph

One More Nail in the Euro’s Coffin
Evaldo Albuquerque (June 24, 2011)

I’m sure finance ministers are breathing a sigh of relief in Europe.

Earlier this week, Greece avoided another major blow. The Prime Minister of Greece called for a vote of confidence in the government.

It was a gamble to say the least, because Greeks could have voted “no.” That would have meant possibly another short-term panic in the markets. At the very least, the Greece government would have dissolved.

Somehow, Greece’s government won the vote of confidence. It created a very short-term reprieve for the euro and the entire Eurozone.

But that doesn’t mean the crisis is over…

In the next couple of weeks some key risk events will have a tremendous impact on the euro. These challenges will define where the euro heads next.[...] The Sovereign Investor

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