Today we cover the surprise currency policy announcement of the week, one which honestly couldn’t have come at a worse possible time for the Euro currency. It’s a move that has already taken the proverbial gasoline, and poured it on the bone-dry kindling that is the European currency pool.
The real question remains though: why was this measure taken right now, of all times?
Could it not have waited until after the renewed Greek election troubles had come and gone?
This desperate action seems to be aimed as a front-running measure to hedge against something serious, which lies directly ahead of us.
What has these folks spooked enough, to reverse key policies which began over 3 years ago, and risk the kind of turbulence we’re now witnessing?