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From Italy To Deutsche Bank, A Hilariously Sarcastic Take On Wednesday’s Top European News

Whatever you call it, don't call it "clarity".

Whatever you call it, don't call it "clarity".
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4 comments on “From Italy To Deutsche Bank, A Hilariously Sarcastic Take On Wednesday’s Top European News

  1. Jan Adrianus Veenstra

    ciao bambini seems more appropriate, but this is only fault I can find with your posts in a year, so you are doing very well

  2. Yes, lot of “good” news in Europe, which in reality is “less” bad than before. May could have a majority, Italian budget drama almost solved, auto tariff hopes, DBK that was making everyone scream “next Lehman” (not true, but markets…). After months of underperformance let us have at least one good day.

    By the way “adios muchachos” is Spanish. In Italy we say “ciao ragazzi”.

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