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Jim Rickards
I'll say what I said in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015: No one is leaving the euro. No one's getting kicked out. Eurozone will add new members. Euro is rock solid. You only need to know one thing. The euro has never been an economic project. It has always been political.
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Canada 31 May 18
Replying to @JamesGRickards
Bingo. Who the heck would want to go back to the lira and 20% interest rates.
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Blake Lavak 1 Jun 18
Lots of people! The Lira worked better for Italy, way better than this EU nonsense, e.g. No economic growth in 20 years and 33% youth unemployment. Think about it.
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The Sirius Report 31 May 18
Replying to @JamesGRickards
Euro and European Union is now in ICU and this "cabal" project will fail. A new Europe model, in a post Brussels world, beckons which will see Europe integrate with Russia. Italy, who should never have been allowed to join in the first place, is the likely catalyst.
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roaringtwenties 31 May 18
Replying to @JamesGRickards
did you notice the golden stars around the euro sign....marked to market gold.. it will be come phys gold marked to phys market gold
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LE7_hc 31 May 18
Replying to @JamesGRickards
All countries joining bring very little to the table. If Brexit goes ahead then no other country will ever leave on its own due to the way the UK has been treated. Next leavers will be in a group/en masse
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Ralph Hazell 31 May 18
Replying to @JamesGRickards
Is the Euro a political project or a political prison?
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Paulak 31 May 18
Replying to @JamesGRickards
One world order
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Libertarian 31 May 18
Replying to @JamesGRickards
"Rock solid"? sounds like Gold to me. The Euro is Fiat
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