2012-11-25T16:17:50+0000

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Gerry Davies

11 Comments

  1. Sir I want to ask u why euro is in trouble as now we can see euro going up

  2. So it costs a lot more to get pissed in Greece, Italy or Spain? That’s doubly unfair – soaring unemployment AND more expensive booze so you cant drink your troubles away…

  3. it’s the title of an article written by the economics editor of sky news, not reflective of my personal opinion on the euro.

    part of my job is to put up independent articles, although I don’t get paid jack to put them up at the weekend.

    read the article and you’ll find out why the writer thinks the euro is still in trouble..

  4. Guys who are pushing up EUR don’t care about this.
    Let the party go up and then we can godown with force.

  5. Wake up people…
    Don’t confuse price and value…
    They can push the euro price up, but can’t push it’s value up, in fact it’s value is going down, because of all the structural European problems.
    At some point price will revert to real value, wich is way lower than 1.3000…
    Another point would be to take into consideration other currencies that would have to be stronger if the euro was weaker.
    Who want a stonger US dollar or yen, etc
    Don’t get caught in the noisy circus game… and use the tool you have between the ears….

  6. Yes-sure. Euro value is going down….What about the dolar Value???. This is also not my opinion – but on a state representative http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2012-11-24/montana-gop-rep-pay-me-gold-dollars-have-no-valuetative…………..

  7. Blimey didn’t realise Edmund had his own wordspress now … so does this mean you warmed a bit to him now Gezza? ;)

  8. Good afternoon, Gerry. Japan – and anyone who helps them with their claim to the “Senkaku/Diaoyu/Tiaoyutai” Islands – is also now in bigger trouble: http://news.yahoo.com/china-lands-fighter-jet-carrier-show-force-141821417.html

  9. Does this mean eur/usd short this week?

  10. @Ali
    Don’t try to imagine what could happen.
    Follow the trend and only the trend.

    If you find the market being in a range, play the range ;)

  11. Thanks Emmanuel

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