quinta-feira, fevereiro 26, 2009

Acordar as moscas que estão a dormir (parte VIII)

Enquanto por cá se continua nas discussões ôcas do costume, estilo marcação de território por machas-alfa:
"The difference between German and Italian benchmark bond yields widened to the most in almost 12 years as Italy sold 10 billion euros ($12.8 billion) of government securities.
The spread between the 10-year note yields increased as much as four basis points to 161 basis points today, the widest since May 1997, based on generic Bloomberg prices. It was at 155 basis points as of 12:05 p.m. in London. The average in the past 10 years is 31 basis points.
Concern the weakest European economies will have difficulty paying debt as they borrow record amounts to finance stimulus packages is deepening disparities within the region’s bond market.
The spread between 10-year German and Greek bonds widened on Feb. 17 to the most since the euro’s debut, while the equivalent spread for Austria reached a record a day later. The 16 euro nations will borrow about $1.1 trillion in 2009."
"Germany or the International Monetary Fund may be forced to rescue members of the euro bloc that struggle to refinance debt, former Bundesbank President Karl Otto Poehl said today.
“The first will certainly be a small country, so that can be managed by the bigger countries or the IMF,” he said in an interview with Sky News. “There are countries in Europe which are considering the possibility to leave the eurozone. But this is practically not possible. It would be very expensive.” "

Trechos retirados daqui.

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CCz disse...

O ex-presidente do Bundesbank acredita que alguns países da zona euro poderão entrar em bancarrota