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LTRO: Criminal Political Behaviour by Merkozy with Van Rompuy as the Marionette

 

Think about it, as LTRO triggers on the leap day TODAY, why is the Central Bank being forced to do this against its will? The European monetary transmission mechanism doesn't have an IMF-Equivalent; so not only is the euro a political mishmash at the concept level its a stool (sic) on two legs at the practical institutional level. 

EU Money supply is at rock bottom, the pump at the 'heart' of European money supply is on life support.

That 'life support' is LTRO from the Central Bank, right? The Central Bank should be independent right? It shouldn't be pumping up the very thing that it is chartered to control, that is perversity by definition right?

EU economic governance: European Parliament approves Commission comprehensive package of proposals for legislative measures

The European Parliament, sitting in Strasbourg on 28 September, approved the Commission's proposals for six pieces of legislation setting out robust new rules for the future economic governance of the EU and the euro area. This "six-pack" was tabled by the Commission exactly one year ago as part of its comprehensive response to the financial and economic crisis. It has been the subject of sometimes tough negotiations between the Council of Ministers and the European Parliament.

Paul Donovan - UBS: the euro is like the Hotel California: once you join you can never leave

‘You can check-out any time you like, but you can never leave’

 

A potential ‘complete’ solution to the crisis is to abolish the euro or kick troubled countries out of the monetary union. While there is a satisfying simplicity to these options, they should only be thought of as last-ditch alternatives. The cost of reinstating a sovereign currency would be horrendous. As Paul Donovan, deputy chief global economist at UBS said on Bloomberg Radio, “the euro is like the Hotel California: once you join you can never leave”.

 UBS Investment Research Global Economic Perspectives

 

 

EU Economic Governance: Lunatix 2

updated for the bank holiday and rentree coincidence August 2011,

porto man

 

 

Lunatix Two: A European Stabilisation Bank & the Dysfunctional European Commission Economic Policy development process

 

 

 

Original thinking on asymptotix in POLITICAL ECONOMY

 

 

Original thinking on asymptotix in  POLITICAL ECONOMY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PUBLIC QUANTITATIVE ANALYTICS: ASYMPTOTIC ORGANISATIONAL LAYOUTS

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a discussion of european issues of data quality & reliability

& a sketch of a roadmap to address such

 

 

The European Commission is not interested in the best interests of Greece or Greeks. So long as Barrosso and VanRompuy spin and spin and have Sarko and Merkel onside then the European Commission can serve its own interests entirely.

 

The problem, right now, is that Sarko & Merkel alongside Obama and Cameron have an Economic Nightmare on their hands, their private sector economies are flatlining. Dying on the Operating Table. Isn’t it strange sometimes when you meet a senior Brussels official: they don’t seem to really know there is a serious recession outside Schuman?

ECOFIN Council 7 September 2010: EU finance ministers to discuss new bank levy - Bank Resolution Funds

 

who is really in charge in the EU?

 

The eurogroup is an utterly demagogic profoundly undemocratic sub-committee,

its a politburo;

a product of 'Rampant Ad-Hocery'

EU Economic Governance is 'Seat of the Pants' in a West End Farce - i.e. the pants are falling down ....

 

European Union finance ministers are set to discuss the possibility of introducing a levy on banks and whether a tax on financial transactions can deal with another banking crisis, as they gather tomorrow Tuesday in an atmosphere more benign than when they last met in July. Worries about the European economy and its ability to deal with large amounts of government debt have been eased by a run of better than expected economic data, progress by Greece in strengthening its bailed-out government finances and the results of stress tests on 91 of the EU's banks.

European Commission proposes stronger financial supervision in Europe

 

the 1875th meeting of the Commission
held in Brussels
(Berlaymont)
on Wednesday 27 May 2009
(morning)

 

 

There is nothing un-important on this page

 

 

The European Commission has adopted a Communication on Financial Supervision in Europe. The Communication proposes a set of ambitious reforms to the current architecture of financial services committees, with the creation of a new European Systemic Risk Council (ESRC) and European System of Financial Supervisors (ESFS), composed of new European Supervisory Authorities. Legislation to embody these proposals will follow in the autumn. The Commission also invites all interested parties to submit their reactions on the Communication before 15 July.

THE Policy Forming e-Community from Europe which can influence Washington too ...

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