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Old 11-14-2009, 07:54 AM
 
Location: Saturn
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From you link.

"While the world's biggest trading bloc joined Japan and the United States in returning to growth, the level was lower than expected."

"Today?s data can be considered a disappointment," warned Aurelio Maccario of UniCredit Group.
"We had been hoping for a somewhat stronger print of 0.9 percent, which would have put euro area growth on a par with the US," added Elga Bartsch of Morgan Stanley.

Europeans should be so proud!
Europe is proud.

Our systems here are about to fully converge.
This is only the beginning.
Our systems will be fully integrated.
We will be as one economically/politically.
When convergence is complete, Europe will power away from all other regions.
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Old 11-14-2009, 08:01 AM
 
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I guess you didn't hear the news. According to our great leader, the recession was over last month for us.
I guess you didn't understand the news. Positive growth re-emerged in both the US and in Europe in the third quarter of this year. There is that pesky five- or six-hour time difference, but July-September is still the same quarter in both places. Japan saw positive growth in the second quarter, so that's now three key economic areas who have managed to get back in the black...
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Old 11-14-2009, 08:01 AM
 
Location: Hoboken
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Europe is proud.

Our systems here are about to fully converge.
This is only the beginning.
Our systems will be fully integrated.
We will be as one economically/politically.
When convergence is complete, Europe will power away from all other regions.

Yes Hail Britania ruler of the seas!
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Old 11-14-2009, 08:03 AM
 
Location: Hoboken
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We've been here for centuries and we will be here for time inmemorial.

The recovery is sustainable.
Our currency appreciates by the day.
Our recovery is solid.

Europe is nearly as one.
Or maybe not.

From your link.

"But after five straight quarters of shrinking, the fact that key pillar Britain still lags behind -- with a 0.4 percent contraction -- underlined the fragility of recovery."


Hey I love Europe, but her best have been and are behind her.
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Old 11-14-2009, 08:04 AM
 
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Well it may take some time to see how these stimulus plans play themselves out in both the U.S and Europe. So far the stimulus in America hasn't led to the multiplier effect.
These multipliers exist within the economy itself. They aren't created by the stimulus bill. The stimulus bill only seeks to take advantage of them...
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Old 11-14-2009, 08:06 AM
 
Location: Saturn
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Or maybe not.

From your link.

"But after five straight quarters of shrinking, the fact that key pillar Britain still lags behind -- with a 0.4 percent contraction -- underlined the fragility of recovery."


Hey I love Europe, but her best have been and are behind her.
UK will integrate eventually.
Bit like Vietnam for slow learners.
Eventually they will realise the error of their way and will join the rest of this continent.
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Old 11-14-2009, 08:09 AM
 
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Europe is proud.

Our systems here are about to fully converge.
This is only the beginning.
Our systems will be fully integrated.
We will be as one economically/politically.
When convergence is complete, Europe will power away from all other regions.
"Gentlemen, start your Soviet engine blocs!!!!!"


Caution: don't peddle your box so fast that your steering lever sends you into a ditch.
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Old 11-14-2009, 08:13 AM
 
Location: Saturn
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"Gentlemen, start your Soviet engine blocs!!!!!"

Caution: don't peddle your box so fast that your steering lever sends you into a ditch.
Bit rich coming from the likes of you and your ilk.
The best your kind can offer is a bit of Poitin and a potato.


In case you're not aware the Soviet Union failed to exist from 1990.
And they're not part of Europe - yet.
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Old 11-14-2009, 08:24 AM
 
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Bit rich coming from the likes of you and your ilk.
The best your kind can offer is a bit of Poitin and a potato.


In case you're not aware the Soviet Union failed to exist from 1990.
And they're not part of Europe - yet.
In case you're not aware, you're racing to repeat their inglorious history.
(I'd proffer a spud before a dud.)
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Old 11-14-2009, 08:30 AM
 
Location: Saturn
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In case you're not aware, you're racing to repeat their inglorious history.
(I'd proffer a spud before a dud.)
spud = dud.

And save the lectures.
You have nothing to offer except the jaundiced views of people who quit their native land.
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