Baisse de l’immobilier en France ? C’est probable !  02/08/2011

Sommes-nous proches de l’éclatement d’une bulle immobilière en France ? Les institutions qui s’alarment du niveau des prix sont de plus en plus nombreuses. Dernière en date : le FMI, qui estime que les prix français sont surévalués de 10 à 25%.

Dans son rapport annuel concernant l’état de la France, le Fonds monétaire international s’émeut de la hausse des prix de l’immobilier qui, avant la crise, a été plus forte que dans la plupart des autres pays développés. Entre 2004 et 2008, les prix ont ainsi progressé de 43,7% en France, contre 37,5% en Espagne, 34,2% en Irlande ou encore 7,2% en Allemagne...

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GEAB N°86 - Contents

- Published on June 17, 2014 -

Global systemic crisis – The Major Global Geopolitical Reconfiguration
After nearly 6 years of blocking the normal development of systemic transition, a blocking caused by a flood of dollars leading to a renewed artificial global addiction to the US dollar, history is now taking its course… (page 2)
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The US 2014-2015: the dominoes of pensions, Munis and the Dollar
Numerous cracks come from the outside: for example the challenge to US dominance by China and Russia. But, amongst the most serious cracks in the Dollar wall, is the market for US municipal bonds and the US pension system… (page 19)

Central Banks – What the coexistence of QE and deflation reveals about the Western financial system
Common sense (or rather economic sense) would expect that excessive use of the printing press, especially in the US and Japan, causes inflation – if not hyperinflation given the amount of money injected into the system. And yet, it’s nothing of the kind. Are deflation and the printing press conniving in the US? Or in Europe? How can that be possible? (page 25)

Investments, trends and recommendations
Blackmail in the BNP affair
« Sufficiently big to fine »
Alternative financial investments… (page 30)

GlobalEurometre - Results and analyses
Even if some financial issues, such as the risk of bank failures or the fear of losing one’s money, seem to be less worrying, for the first time in several months we are seeing signs of a weakening in confidence in the European currency… (page 35)