Our friends at Fasanara Capital have released a new report, which in keeping with the Mayfair fund’s recent trend of gloomy predictions, has looked beyond the current set of adverse socioeconomic development jarring Europe, and looks forward to the “last act of the Euro”, explaining why “whatever it takes” is now over, and why the time to panic about the future of the common currency is once again nigh.
Here is their latest analysis:
The last act begins for the EUR peg
Why the EUR-peg is likely to break
Why new QE is deflationary and counterproductive, so it may soon be up for review
We have long been negative on the prospects for the EUR peg to survive the test of global structural deflation and local ineffective policymaking. Back in 2013, we wrote of the instability and unsustainability of a currency construct set for failure. At the time, we highlighted three big problems with it.
This post was published at Zero Hedge on Sep 10, 2016.