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I am so at a loss for words relating to this catastrophic egregious violation of my personal sovereignty, I am blank. Thank you 666+1 and I forgive your intended slight.
Thank you o'life giver!! I can now see the light and will strive the the next pinnacle of my evolution/spirituality, 999 so I can have something to communicate later.
originally posted by: pl3bscheese
a reply to: onequestion
I'll take a stab at it. I think Greece and this potential bubble-busting in China are isolated events.
It's bad timing, thou to have two depressing economic situations unfolding at the same time. While the origins may be independent, that may not mean the events remain isolated. One could potentially feed into the next.
If you want to know how the Chinese event effects our markets in real time, look at Friday. They had a big dip, and not much happened. I think that's an indication of what we should expect from this event alone; however when you couple it to however the heck the Greece situation plays out, the story can change.
In general, a weak euro signals a flight to the USD. That's a short-term gain with a longer weak outlook from what some have commented. I'm not sure exactly how that works, tbh. Anyone else care to offer a better analysis than my armchair position can provide?