Volume turns up on euro debt crisis
Investors are hoping for something out of a December meeting of European leaders to address the problem.
ISLAMABAD — Pakistan blocked vital supply routes for U.S.-led troops in Afghanistan on Saturday after coalition helicopters and fighter jets allegedly killed 24 Pakistani troops at two posts along a mountainous frontier that serves as a safe haven for militantsPerfect opportunity to pull all forces out of that crap hole. Next pull out all forces from Israel, Saudi Arabia and the rest of those lunatic countries and let them destroy each other for once and all. The oil will still be there.
The European situation is addicted to "Hopium". Another dose to get through another day or two. Soon no dose will give the required effect. The longer it goes on, the worse the withdrawal is going to be.
They need money. Okay. How about selling t-shirts that say "I bought Greek bonds and all I got was this crummy t-shirt."
Or the ECB could buy the Jaguars.
Or they could just call their broker and sell their American Airlines stock.
"Tradable partial protection certificates." Sound familiar? Who will issue those? AIG?
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