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  • Squawk / 18 November 2013 at 10:33 GMT
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    Cyprus
    Military action against Iran causes equity markets to plunge 25%, and oil to reach new record highs.
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  • Article / 19 April 2013 at 10:01 GMT

    We must re-evaluate the European Union

    co-founder & CEO / Saxo Bank A/S
    Denmark
    We must re-evaluate the European Union
    In the Danish version of former Czech Republic President Václav Klaus' book 'Europe - The shattering of illusions' I wrote a postscript sharing my thoughts on the European crisis and the lessons to be learned. It is clear the EU must be re-evaluated.
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    vlev vlev
    Thank You Lars for sharing Your ideas!

    Thinking of the alleged EU's "founding Idea' of "more safety" reminds me of Benjamin Franklin: “They that can give up essential...
    6y
    AOVE AOVE
    Lars, there is a counter-argument that says that in the century of Chinese and Asian ascension to world power, the West must unite or become irrelevant. ...
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    Juhani Huopainen Juhani Huopainen
    Your article is much liked in Finland. I'd be more than happy to translate it to Finnish and post it to the general public.
  • 6y
    MedievalAstrology MedievalAstrology
    I agree with every sentence, this is absolutely correct in my view. The sad fact for me is that there are so few liberal democrats writing about...
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    AOVE AOVE
    @MedievaAstrology "the ECB has actually kept these banks going for months" I think you mean that the ECB has kept Cyprus going for the past...
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    michalism michalism
    hear hear
  • 7y
    Thor Thor
    We are always quick to shake our fist at Berlin or Brussels, and with good reason to do so, but I also fail to see any suggestion...
    7y
    AOVE AOVE
    Yes, it seems the idea that the wealthy need to 'ante up' is gaining foothold in Europe which lacks the political cohesion to agree on more sophisticated...
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    Kim Cramer Larsson Kim Cramer Larsson
    "For a small, open economy like Cyprus, Euro adoption provides protection from international financial turmoil." Jean-Claude Trichet, 18/01/2008
  • Article / 16 December 2011 at 14:17 GMT

    Equity markets brace for a French downgrade

    Director, SaxoSelect Program / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Judging by the raft of declarations from top leaders in France, it seems highly likely that Standard & Poors’ have already given their verdict to French officials. An announcement over the coming weekend would therefore not be far-fetched.
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  • Article / 12 December 2011 at 13:02 GMT

    This is a new all-time low for the EU

    Chief Economist & CIO / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    I’ve got a few further comments on last week’s frantic push by the EU leadership to ram through promises of a March treaty change. Before we get started – important to declare that no, it still won’t work.
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