Wednesday, 12 May 2010 02:35

BoomBustBlog Irish Research Becomes Reality

Last month I posted both a public and premium subscription analysis of Ireland's public finances, along with a focus on the banking system ( File Icon Irish Bank Strategy Note ). This month we can bear witness to...

Banks protesters storm Irish parliament

Wednesday, 12 May 2010

Gardai Clash with protestors marching against government cutbacks outside the Gates of Leinster House in Dublin tonight

Gardai Clash with protestors marching against government cutbacks outside the Gates of Leinster House in Dublin tonight

Have they read my report?

Read more: http://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/breaking-news/uk-ireland/banks-protesters-storm-parliament-14804947.html#ixzz0nh5g9M7M

The title of my research really says it all (Many Institutions Believe Ireland To Be A Model of Austerity Implementation But the Facts Beg to Differ!), yet the pictures really do drive the point home.

Subscribers should take heed to the strategy implied in the Irish banking report. Methinks things may come to a head too quickly to implement last minute positions efficiently.

The Pan-European Sovereign Debt Crisis

The Asset Securitization Crisis of 2007, 2008 and 2009 led to the demise of several global banks and institutions. Central bank induced risky asset bubbles gave rise to, what was popularly considered and reported as through the popular media, a rapid recovery. The reality was that the insolvencies that marked the crisis was passed on, in part, to the sovereign nations that sponsored the Crisis, and as the chickens came home to roost the Asset Securitization Crisis has now blown into a full Sovereign debt crisis.

Click here to access The Pan-European Sovereign Debt Crisis, to date (free).

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