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Dream that deutsch bank fails and triggers the start of collapse
#21
wow the talk for a merging are ended, it failed.
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#22
They had a much better earnings report released today but how long will this stay this way?
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#23
Perhaps the dream will make more sense in terms of its context upon reading this headline: Deutsche Deal Failure Points to U.S.-European Bank Divide. And: Deutsche Bank’s Failure Is Another Bank’s Opportunity. See Washington Post for actual stories. Dateline 4/25/19 Not sure if I’m allowed to include links. This is not a promotion of the Washington Post.
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(05-04-2019, 09:42 AM)chromalyn Wrote: Perhaps the dream will make more sense in terms of its context upon reading this headline: Deutsche Deal Failure Points to U.S.-European Bank Divide. And: Deutsche Bank’s Failure Is Another Bank’s Opportunity. See Washington Post for actual stories. Dateline 4/25/19 Not sure if I’m  allowed to include links.   This is not a promotion of the Washington Post.

Well done with that connection! And yes, links are allowed. Thanks for the contributions!
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#25
Auto sales declined 4 straight months and one of Canada's oil drillers went belly up leaning over 3,000 oil wells just sitting there...the article was on zero hedge today. Flooding has been taking up my attention plus major problems with Oroville dam. There is a video on you tube on Oroville by dam by name of susan wolding that has pics and explains the severe problems with the dam. I f it collapses it would no doubt have an economic impact plus kill more people than any previous usa disaster by a wide margin.
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#26
It's not been a good week for any of the markets due to tariff's on China. Deutsche is somewhere around 7.70 a share and the 3 month treasury started to be higher than 10 treasury for a while...dow down over 600 points. I think this is it now and things are only going to get a lot worse form here.
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#27
Deutsche hit a new all time low today on stock price and ford is cutting 10 percent of it's white collar workforce worldwide.
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#28
Wow. How long til the quadrillion dollar debt bomb explodes?
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#29
It might depend on what happens with California. There has been a black crack open up next to the Oroville dams main spillway about 200 meters long right now...the dam is pretty much toast and if it breaches or totally collapses and sends all that water down stream...it will hit Sacramento, too. The aftermath will be higher food prices, disruption in truck routes bringing goods to and from the international ports, a lot of people will die from it. I would expect an immediate impact on the economy but everything won't completely go south until San Francisco is destroyed by an earthquake. The Midwest keeps getting big time storms going through areas that have been flooded already this year...there is a whole line of storms going through Missouri and Iowa tonight. Mt Shasta is only 6 and a half feet from over topping now...it can spill but maybe they are trying to keep the other dams downstream from going over, too. The army corps of engineers say the Prado dam in Corona Ca might fail if there is another major storm soon...Prado affects about 1.4 million people.
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