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Global stock markets have fallen heavily on Tuesday over continued fears about eurozone debt problems.
At midday in Europe the FTSE 100 in London was down by 2.52%, Germany's Dax index was 2.46% lower, while in France the Cac 40 index had dropped 3.17%.
It came after shares in Asia had seen sharp falls. Stocks in South Korea and Japan had been affected as North Korea reportedly went on to military alert.
Japanese stocks fell by 3.1%, and shares in South Korea fell by 2.7%.
Originally posted by mythatsabigprobe
reply to post by thoughtsfull
Yes indeed. That's coming too. No nation will happily give up what's owed to it. War is the natural and historic solution, and the pump is well and truly primed with North Korea and the Middle East.
Originally posted by warequalsmurder
reply to post by awakentired
I like your humor as it is spot on.
As with Celente, I don't blame the guy for being wrong about this. I still think that he has the correct general idea of what is going to inevitably happen. And of course, he can not predict unforeseen market shenanigans designed to give banks a couple of last gasps.
Originally posted by FermiFlux
Hmm I don't think Celente has been wrong yet has he? He predictid the crash of 2009 and was right, had it not been for the bail-out, it would have hit rock-bottom. Also, his crash of 2010 prediction has alot of time left and is on course, unless I missed something here guys?