For European leaders, though, Brexit paves an opportunity for greater integration. Without the UK throwing its (often unwanted) weight around.
Stay informed about the latest developments in the ongoing crisis in the Eurozone and the European economy.
Trouble usually equals opportunity for the investor. Whether it means picking up shares on the cheap or real estate in the doghouse — perhaps even the euro when it’s ‘on sale’ — don’t discount Europe’s economy from your investing radar.
The Brexit will kill any of the EU recovery signs we saw during the last few months. And it may even spark a new economic crisis.
One represents the international Deep State elite, desperate to hold on to its power, wealth and privileges. The other promises an American ‘Brexit’…
Just like the Global Financial Crisis, when fear takes over the market, everybody focuses on risk and exiting positions.
If financial risk increases in Europe, it will threaten the flow of capital to Australia. In fact, you’re already seeing this.
The global economy will still function on vast amounts of money creation, with each stimulus effort begetting an even bigger one.
It has now been six months since the presidential elections. And Spain has not been able to elect a president.
Today, the UK decides if it stays or leaves the EU. If the UK votes for a Brexit, what will happen tomorrow?
Last week, the Dow fell 1%. The media blamed nervousness over the upcoming referendum in Britain (Brexit) on whether to leave or stay in the European Union (EU).
Is the recent selloff related to Brexit jitters? Or are investors starting to price in a tougher regulatory environment, where banks will need to raise more capital in the months ahead.
If Britain leaves, the debate has the potential to spread to other parts of Europe.
Gold priced in Aussie dollars reached a high of $1,806 an ounce overnight, before selling off sharply as markets reversed course.
Being told what to do and how to operate by unelected and faceless Eurocrats would be enough for me to vote for a Brexit.
Whether the euro is most at risk of a Soros attack. Some analysts think that if the UK leaves the EU, it could put the entire European project at risk.
Right now a Brexit is looking likely, and overvalued equity markets don’t like it. But bonds and gold do!