Skip to comments.Goldman Sachs International Advisor Mario Monti Is Italy's New Prime Minister
Posted on 11/13/2011 1:28:24 PM PST by Nachum
Not on even a Sunday is the headline barrage over:
MARIO MONTI ASKED TO FORM NEW ITALIAN GOVERNMENT MONTI TO MAKE COMMENTS AFTER ACCEPTING OFFER TO LEAD ITALY MARIO MONTI THANKS NAPOLITANO FOR OFFER TO FORM GOVERNMENT MARIO MONTI SAYS ITALY MUST BE PROTAGONIST IN EUROPE MARIO MONTI SAYS HE'LL ACT TO SAVE ITALY FROM CRISIS
And so the international advisor to Goldman Sachs drones on. In the meantime, the 300 billion in BTP sales is set to resume in just over 13 hours.
Yet the reason why the EURUSD is less than jubilant on the news is that Silvio apparently has just come back from the dead and has treatened to "pull the plug" on Monti.
From the FT:
(Excerpt) Read more at zerohedge.com ...
Wow, Goldman Sachs really must rule the world. They are the modern day Rothschilds.
Hmmmmmm again Goldman Sachs? They are involved in everything it seems.
So what will this bring to the markets in the A.M.?
“So what will this bring to the markets in the A.M.?”
Get ready. For anything.
Goldman Sach advisor, huh? No problems here [/s].
Geeze, you can’t make this stuff up.
Perhaps some very astute team of investigative reporters could do some PROFOUND research into the leadership, motives, etc. behind Goldman Sachs.
To sign a whole bunch of things into law which facilitate yet another round of bailouts and other support measures for their financial industries, and which will cause enormous hardship for the people (you ain't seen nothing yet). Afterwards, someone else can take over and claim it's not his/her fault.
From Automatic Earth
This I think is the most likely scenario. By the way, Italians had better watch their gold. Italy as of today has the third largest reserves. Tomorrow, who knows...
Now where have I heard that name before? Mmm, seems familiar.
Don’t they sell men’s clothes?
No; they're in sports; they play ball
One of floor traders I knew said, "Goldman Sachs is the Evil Empire." Blah, I said. But then again...
All the markets are really happy about the death of European Democracy — as the Technocrats and Money Men take over.
Sadly for most of southern europe, that is contrary to their national interests.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.