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Saturday, November 26, 2011

Britain Warns Of Riots If Euro Breaks Up

Extreme civil disorder is being warned about by the British Foreign Office in the event the Eurozone breaks up.  A major investment bank is also warning that an extreme scenario would see the loss of "basic property rights" upon the collapse of the Euro currency.

In a multinational economy where banking systems are global in nature, the consequences for businesses in the United States needing ready access to revolving credit cannot be understated.  A return to the days in late 2008 when we were -- by some accounts -- within days of a total freeze-up of the financial system and by extension most of the commerce in the nation is not out of the question.

Such concerns would validate corporations' concerns about raising -- or hoarding -- cash.  Similar concerns would explain why intelligent people have been raising cash stores personally for months or, in some cases, years. 

Eric Dixon is a New York investigative attorney, management consultant, strategic analyst and political consultant.  Mr. Dixon follows economic and real estate matters in addition to certain legal and political trends.




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