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little c
 18 Oct '17  02:04 : 0 recs

Good morning to everyone reading 'Serious Topics'. I trust that all is well with all of you today. Red Hot Pawn asks us to use this forum to discuss investment strategies and financial management. Do not use this forum to advertise or in any way promote personal interests. This site is not authorised to give financial advice and the views of the contributors in no way represent the views of this site. Anyone using this forum to make investment decisions does so at their own risk. Always perform your own research and seek independent advice. 'The Financial Times' leads this Wednesday morning with some editorial comment that Bombardier’s deal with Airbus is bad for business.

"The response to Boeing’s appeal for action deepens protectionism."


This is not so clever in the current business environment, Porn'!
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little c
 17 Oct '17  17:03 : 0 recs : edited 1 time : last edit 17 Oct '17  17:04

What about +3% inflation, legendary South American fox, zorro. Is that enough? What inflation rate is optimal, or is 3% optimal?
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little c
 17 Oct '17  10:18 : 0 recs : edited 1 time : last edit 17 Oct '17  10:20

Well, Slightly Optimistic, now Frankfurt-am-Main benefits if it becomes the new financial centre of Europe. Likewise, Paris, and of course, Dublin benefits because it is already a financial capital in the English-speaking world. Lord Byron spent some time living and working there, which explains why he likes the place so much! London could also potentially benefit, in all fairness, because it is no longer shackled to the diktats of the European Commission in Brussels. London could become the clearing house for the world, Stephen Saines. MingToo?
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Slightly Optimistic
 17 Oct '17  08:55 : 1 rec : edited 2 times : last edit 17 Oct '17  09:22

There's a curious lack of interest in crucial events surrounding Brexit, notably the huge scam that is the G20 - chaired by Germany [see below].

Wonder why. Who benefits?

Frankfurt
In the scramble to lure financial jobs from London in the wake of Brexit, Frankfurt is leading the pack—at least nine banks have said they’ll move positions there. That could ultimately mean 10,000 new jobs and well over $100 million annually in new tax revenue for the German financial capital, auguring an economic and cultural rebirth.

Dangerous to audit public money
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little c
 17 Oct '17  06:44 : 0 recs

Why are you posting all night long, Slightly Optimistic? Is it trouble and strife with the Trouble and Strife? Or have you lost your shirt on the stock market?
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Slightly Optimistic
 17 Oct '17  06:40 : 0 recs : edited 1 time : last edit 17 Oct '17  06:42

Essentially because the G20, chaired by Germany, is a "PR stunt". See details below.

Shaping an Interconnected World - what a scam.
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little c
 16 Oct '17  23:11 : 0 recs

Are we stuck in Brexit?
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Slightly Optimistic
 16 Oct '17  22:49 : 0 recs

And we rely on Germany to lead the EU. No wonder we're stuck in Brexit.
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Lord Byron
 16 Oct '17  19:54 : 0 recs

Only you can save us now
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Slightly Optimistic
 16 Oct '17  19:40 : 0 recs : edited 1 time : last edit 16 Oct '17  19:46

Ah, little c finally admits he doesn't know.

Based on his preferences, and US past practice, it is likely to try to steal the $210 trillion from abroad and from its own people, Clearly a matter for the G20 in theory, but Germany has ducked it despite the theme of the G20 being 'Shaping an Interconnected World' [approved by the US].
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little c
 16 Oct '17  19:19 : 0 recs

$210 trillion, Slightly Optimistic? From trade alone, the United States will find the money it needs!
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Slightly Optimistic
 16 Oct '17  18:54 : 0 recs : edited 1 time : last edit 16 Oct '17  18:57

Ah, little c plays for even more time.

Repeat 16 Oct '17, 15:01. Where will the US find the $210 trillion it needs? No doubt it approved the G20 Leaders' Declaration.
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little c
 16 Oct '17  17:19 : 0 recs

There has still been no question from globally recognised expert, Slightly Optimistic.
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Lord Byron
 16 Oct '17  17:09 : 0 recs

You can ask lots of recognised experts globally
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Slightly Optimistic
 16 Oct '17  16:24 : 0 recs : edited 2 times : last edit 16 Oct '17  16:29

Still no answer from little c.

Not surprised, see 16 Oct '17 10:59 for example.
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little c
 16 Oct '17  15:55 : 0 recs

Why do you want $210 trillion, Slightly Optimistic?
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Slightly Optimistic
 16 Oct '17  15:01 : 0 recs : edited 2 times : last edit 16 Oct '17  15:02

And where will the $210 trillion come from?

No answer.

G20 Leaders' Declaration: Shaping an Interconnected World
We, the Leaders of the G20, met in Hamburg, Germany on 7-8 July 2017 to address major global economic challenges and to contribute to prosperity and well-being.

Mastering the challenges of our age and shaping an interconnected world is the common goal of the G20 as our premier forum for international economic cooperation. . . We can achieve more together than by acting alone.

What a gigantic con at the G20!

Dangerous to audit public money
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little c
 16 Oct '17  14:30 : 0 recs

Money talks?
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Lord Byron
 16 Oct '17  13:56 : 0 recs

Is money racist ? The debate !
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Slightly Optimistic
 16 Oct '17  12:24 : 0 recs

And where will the $210 trillion come from?
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