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Strategies & Market Trends : The Financial Collapse of 2001 Unwinding -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?


To: Broken_Clock who wrote (10268)1/28/2023 1:58:00 AM
From: elmatador  Respond to of 12768
 
The European Central Bank (ECB) on Friday rejected calls from Europe's banks to ease capital rules to boost lending and put them on an equal footing with U.S. rivals.
The ECB was responding to a report from the European Banking Federation and consultants Oliver Wyman which said that while banking regulation is internationally coordinated by regulators, differences remain in how the rules work in practice, and how they are implemented.


https://www.reuters.com/business/finance/ease-capital-rules-eu-banks-boost-lending-banking-industry-says-2023-01-27/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_campaign=Global-Investor&utm_term=012723



To: Broken_Clock who wrote (10268)2/3/2023 4:49:53 PM
From: John Vosilla1 Recommendation

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elmatador

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I think near zero chance we are close to the end. Just don't know if the pain will be quick like 2008 or drag on many years like 1929-32 perhaps ultimate price bottoms all assets around 2025-26? And IF we are near bottom economic stagnation will last much longer for many obvious reasons.