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Bank of Spain data showed a net 66.2 billion euros ($82.0 billion) was sent abroad last month, the most since records began in 1990. The figure compares to a 5.4 billion net entry of funds during the same month one year ago.
SNB President Thomas Jordan said in a weekend newspaper interview that Switzerland may be forced to impose such drastic controls if a collapse of the euro zone spurs further demand for the franc.
Originally posted by freedomSlave
I hope it all crashes. I hope money is worthless I would love to watch those who stand to lose the most lose it all . Great karma for the greedy lil bastards .
The problem is not Government debt per se. The real problem is that the $70 trillion in G10 debt is the collateral for $700 trillion in derivatives… Yes, that equates to 1200% of Global GDP and it rests on very, very weak foundations
Originally posted by Mkoll
reply to post by freedomSlave
I don't want that. At least not until I finish college
But alas, it is inevitable. We do not know the hour but we know it is coming
Originally posted by hadriana
I don't have any money to put in the bank. My balance is 17.40.
Wonder if that is not part of 'the run'....people just running out.