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Category Archives: Slovenia

Slovenia Calls on Army, Private Security Forces, Ponders Article 222 for EU Military Aid to Halt Flow of Migrants / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / October 28, 2015 Slovenia has a population of 2 million people. But in the last 10 days alone, 84,000 migrants have flooded the country. In response, Slovenia has called out the Army and private security forces to help maintain order. That did not stem the tide, so Slovenia Considers Calling for […]

Chart Update – Credit Markets, Stock Market Divergences

5 year CDS on Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary and Austria – the markets are getting antsy over Croatia / By Pater Tenebrarum / October 9, 2013 Euro Area Credit Markets Remain Calm, But … Below is an update of the usual suspects, CDS on sovereign debt, euro basis swaps and a few other charts (keep […]

The World’s Most Vice-Prone Nations / By Tyler Durden / June 25, 2013, 18:13 -0400 In a world of surging youth unemployment, increasingly-wide wealth inequalities, and  generation of older citizens working longer implicitly impacting the youth, we thought it perhaps useful to see which nations in the world are the most prone to ‘vice’. Bloomberg ranked countries on their propensity for vice, […]

Why Spain And Italy Are Like Cyprus, Slovenia, And Greece / by Tyler Durden / 06/21/2013 09:36 -0400 The “XXXXX is not YYYYY” jokes aside, Europe’s union of nations is beginning to separate increasingly between the haves and the have-nots. The sad truth, as Bloomberg’s Niraj Shah notes, is that recession/depression has pushed Spanish and Italian GDP-per-capita below the EU average in purchasing power terms – just like […]

Surprise – Situation in Slovenia May Be Worse than Advertised

The Ljubljana SBI Top Index: a barometer of depression. / By Pater Tenebrarum / June 19, 2013 Bank Recap Slightly Delayed We have previously made a few remarks on Slovenia’s astonishing three-card Monte, whereby the toxic assets of its banks (some 30% of their assets are reportedly non-performing) are to be transferred into a […]

Senior Eurozone Official: “As Spain Goes, So Goes Slovenia” / By Mike “Mish” Shedlock / Monday, May 06, 2013 2:37 PM The spotlight is once again on Slovenia. Olli Rehn, the European commission’s economic chief is unhappy with economic progress in Slovenia and is threatening to put the country into an “excessive imbalances procedure” by the end of the month. The problem is, Spain is […]

Who Goes Next: Portugal Or Slovenia – The Forensic Take / By Tyler Durden / 04/11/2013 14:24 The troubles in Cyprus have set off a new examination of the health of the eurozone, with a particular focus on which country might be next in line for a bailout and the extent to which shareholders and depositors will take losses when banks fail (bail-ins). As UK think-tank, OpenEurope notes, much of […]

Spotlight on Slovenia as Debt Pressures Mount / By Mike “Mish” Shedlock / Thursday, April 11, 2013 6:03 PM Inquiring minds are watching economic activity in Slovenia following an official denial regarding bailout possibilities. For denial details, please see Slovenia Rules Out Bailout; Translation: “Slovenia Bailout Coming Right Up” Slovenia Unemployment and Youth Unemployment Debt Pressures Mount Bloomberg reports Slovenia Set to Test Debt Appetite […]

HYPOTHERMIA: CONTAGION IN THE EUROZONE / By AGXIIK / April 11, 2013 If 10 tons of gold tanks the market by $25, well then,  I crap bigger than that.  But it does make sense that any country that goes hat in hand to the troika must come bearing gifts….Gold is a good one. Question: How  much gold does Slovenia have?  […]

Slovenia Under Pressure; Risk of Next Cyprus Already at Hand / By Mike “Mish” Shedlock / Monday, March 25, 2013 6:39 PM If you thought you could take a breather following the crash of Cyprus, you were wrong. Bloomberg reports Slovenia’s Nascent Cabinet Under Pressure to Avoid Cyprus Fate.  Slovenia’s six-day-old government is being urged to prevent the nation becoming the euro region’s next bailout battleground. Prime […]