Tuesday, November 8, 2011
Phil Flynn: Old Risks Return
Oh sure we know the new economic maxim that bailouts are bullish yet as the market awaits the fate of Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi and who the New leader of Greece is going to be it may be the fate of Iran that may present more risk. Debate is raging in Israel on whether they should attack Iran as the regime once again lied to the world about their nuclear intentions. According to Intelligence provided to U.N. nuclear officials Iran has mastered the critical steps needed to build a nuclear weapon. Israel feels that they may be the target and the risk of a conflict is being priced into oil.
Witnesses reported gunfire in the city again on Monday, but military sources said it was from guards at the Yobe state governor's house firing at a suspicious speeding car, and gave no further details."The (U.S. statement) is eliciting unhealthy public anxiety and generating avoidable tension," said Owoeye Andrew Azazi, Nigeria's national security adviser. "The ... government wants to advise members of the public that it (will) continue to ensure security of lives and property under its jurisdiction."
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