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Stephen Hill is a businessman who has been published on classical economics and on European philology and philosophy.
The biggest problem is the lost time, caused by the slimy invertebrates that constitute the euro-elite
Adoboli has done us all a favour: we all now know casino banks are definitely a waste of time and shareholders’ money.
London has a chance, not a great one, but only because we are not saddled with the euro straitjacket
The Swiss action has put a decisive line under all that kind of nonsense. The gloves are now well and truly off
Last week the world’s leading finance wizards ‘hauled-arse off to Wyoming’.
Politicians soon succumb to this deadly mixture which renders them incapable of making any sensible decisions among themselves
As I have said before, Obama doesn’t do economics, he just spends
I could really kick myself for not seeing through all the bullshit put out by G7, G20, The Fed, BoE, ECB, BoJ.
What is quite clear is that the euro debt crisis is already with us, but that the EU ministers are quite incapable of grasping the reality
Lord Elgin understood the modern Greek mentality perfectly: if it’s worth saving, take it offshore
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