The stock price completely recovered from the 2008 Financial Meltdown, rose as high as $116 in May 2011, then corrected down to $67 with the early October lows in the stock market.
The global web of commerce is prone to false alarms and I’m always skeptical of claims that organizations barely capable of coherent management of their core mission are somehow capable of pulling off a global coup. But reports coming in from Europe are troubling and convey the impression that a sense of panic is setting in across the Atlantic. There is good reason for concern here because of the intertwined nature of the global banking system.
Lies and deceit are easy to find. The math alone proves as much. So does the attempt to skirt German constitutional law.
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