posted on Sep, 24 2011 @ 11:19 AM
Is there any weekend meetings at the central banks in the US or Europe lasting into the midnight hours with bureaucrats and economists? That took
place before Lehman Brothers fell. It would stand to reason, that if a country like Greece was to fall, similar activities would take place. Someone
is going to have to decide who gets the spoils of an eventual Greek default, and how to mitigate the damage when nations with significant exposure
feel the blow-back to their balance sheets.
I am fairly certain Germany and France are going to take a big smack in the chops after participating in Greece's bailout, and probably even the US
since the Fed has been involved in Europe's bailout schemes. It is only a matter of time, because it is impossible to resurrect a dead horse which is
clearly the case regarding Greece. I suppose we all should get ready for 2008 round two? Be on the lookout for low-key meetings by the central bankers
this weekend and unusual activity by them in the waning hours of the morning. That should be one indication that Greece has reached the point of no
return. Lets wait and see?
edit on 24-9-2011 by Jakes51 because: (no reason given)