Comments on: Investors may decide to let the euro live Mon, 26 Sep 2016 03:26:00 +0000 hourly 1 By: RiskManager Fri, 09 Dec 2011 17:18:19 +0000 Investors – how kind of you, thank you for ‘allowing’ the Euro to live.

re. Soros in 1992. A totally different situation, Sterling was thrown out of ERM because it was not economically reasonable level to be fixed to the DEM.

Those who bet against the Euro will lose (in the medium term). Make no mistake.

By: Methane Fri, 09 Dec 2011 06:59:01 +0000 I dont think that at this point commercial money will be able to break the Euro, the sovereign body has been quite resilient, I must take my hat off to Merkel.
I dont think that commercial money would (Im talking about the 99%) really want to break the Euro, It does not end well in the short, middle or long run. But those at large fund management companies that own their accounts and are free to trade with, not necessarily “inside” information, but “privileged” information such as institutional investors (making allusion to Henry Paulson) have a definite advantage over the market in general. Of course, let’s not forget about all the algorithmic tools and electronic trading super computers to aid them, and of course the brightest minds in terms of economists, analysts, statisticians and lobbyist (and therefore leverage in Capitol Hill) that money can buy.
My point is that if there is anyone out there who wants to break the Euro, that someone is the George Soros who are at the top and can afford to do so and kill the Goose, except that in this case, there is a lot of gold inside the goose.