DislikedWhat you mean by "pulling the plug on the Euro" ?Ignored
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DislikedThere has been chatter about this for years. My European friends think it could happen. But, it would be very impractical. Just like the old days - travel to Europe, French Francs in my pocket, German Marks in the car door pocket, Swiss Francs in the glove compartment, Italian Lira....now where did I put those?
Dislikedthere has been chatter about a couple of countries pulling from the euro the past few years, not all of them. the ones who want to leave are the ones with the best chance of making it on their own, like germany and the eastern european countries. they really do not like the french domination and the whole socialist thing. most would stay though, at least that is what i have heard.Ignored
I don't see that it could happen without some sort of catastrophy first...Ignored
DislikedCatastrophy - Greece borrows money from the Euro states, Euro union rules are broken, german officials take legal action, Euro found guilty for breach of own rules......whats the punishment, euro goes to jail for 2 years for fraud??
and thats way to much BS for monday morning, good trading to all this week my friendsIgnored
DislikedWell, Euro is already posting its 5th consecutive monthly bearish candle. All the way from 1.51 to 1.34.
And could extend to 1.29...Ignored