With continued uncertainty in global markets, Jamie Dimon just chimed in by warning that “the euro zone may not survive.”
Here is a snippet from Bloomberg:
Dimon said he hoped European Union leaders would examine what caused the U.K. to vote to leave and then make changes. That hasn’t happened, and if nationalist politicians including France’s Marine Le Pen rise to power in elections across the Continent this year, “the euro zone may not survive,” Dimon said in a Bloomberg Television interview with John Micklethwait.
If the euro zone implodes all hell will break loose. This would unleash terror in financial markets and major problems in the derivatives markets. Of course all of this chaos would be incredibly bullish for gold, silver, and the mining shares. Stay tuned, as 2017 promises to be a year to remember.
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