Thought this deserved it’s own thread really.
So far 18,000 cuts announced some of which are taking place today. Numerous causes have been cited including recent changes to German law making it easier to fire senior members of staff, the China/US trade negotiations and the desire reduce their exposure to risk generated by equities trading.
Good prep for next year’s expected financial meltdown
deutsche vermögensberatung or death
This is all probably fine, right?
Everybody’s talking about Deutsche Bank music
Not to mention getting fined repeatedly for malpractice.
What am I supposed to do about that now?
Nothing to worry about then
What’s the 2020 financial meltdown about then?
There’s an interesting article about this here
Clueless central banks? A trade war? Southern debt? Ten years after the last one, leading economists including Jayati Ghosh, Cédric Durand and others think about where the next crisis might come from...
The number one takeaway seems to be issues with high levels of private debt, low growth and the possibility an interest rate rise.
To know the precise date (•_•)
We would need ( •_•)>⌐■-■
20/20 vision (⌐■_■)
buy lego - doesn’t lose its value and is more fun that gold