FT Alphaville has this awesome flowchart of Nomura’s analysis of Ukrainian political uncertainty, brilliantly titled Bank flowchart + geopolitics = acid trip.

 

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6 Responses to “Nomura: Ukrainian Political Uncertainty”

  1. S Brennan says:

    THREE CERTAINTIES CONCERNING UKRAINE:

    1] That the elite DCer’s that PUBLICLY spent $5,000,000,000.00 to violently overthrow a democratically elected government when elections were only 1 year away were unwise.

    2] That Putin is much smarter than the elite DCer’s that PUBLICLY spent $5,000,000,000.00 to violently overthrow a democratically elected government when elections were only 1 year away.

    3] That attempts to “get back in the game” by the elite DCer’s that PUBLICLY spent $5,000,000,000.00 to violently overthrow a democratically elected government when elections were only 1 year away are doomed to failure, [see 2].

  2. VennData says:

    Putin tells West Russia will develop own card payment system

    Double miles! No black out dates!*

    http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/03/27/us-ukraine-russia-putin-payments-id

    *if you’re travelling to Vladivostok.

  3. ilsm says:

    The elite DCer’s ought to look past the Sochi Olympics and why Putin did not let the coup in Kyiv get in the way of TV coverage.

    This week in 1999 (15 years ago) the US doing 90% of the sorties conducted a NATO operation to cut Kosovo from Serbia. The US could have done as Putin and used “elections”………………….

    Today US keeps a Brigade in Kosovo on a NATO base to keep Kosovo out of Serbia.

    While in 1962 US nearly went nuclear over Russia getting too well armed in Cuba. http://www.tomdispatch.com/post/175821/best_of_tomdispatch%3A_noam_chomsky%2C_%22the_most_dangerous_moment%22/

    70 years in the past Nazis were aided by Ukraine militias in the Baltic states.

    • lisnyk says:

      “Today US keeps a Brigade in Kosovo on a NATO base to keep Kosovo out of Serbia.”
      —- When Kosovo becomes 51 or 52 state of USA you can compare Crimean grab to Kosovo…

      “70 years in the past Nazis were aided by Ukraine militias in the Baltic states.”
      —- When and where? Was it USSR who invaded Baltic states in 1940? How about invading and splitting Poland in two, very amicably with Nazy Germany? Get you facts straight.

  4. G Street says:

    Wicked smaht flowchaht!

  5. baaadmoon says:

    Am trying to post again since my first post never showed up. Maybe it was flagged as too bad or something? Possible. Anyway, sorry to be flaunting my ignorance in such an intelligent forum but I have no choice. I am a small investor in a large-investor world. I bought what Robert Bensh at oilprice.com said that you want to “start jumping in” on Ukraine:

    http://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/Why-Ukraines-Next-President-Doesnt-Matter.html#commentform

    Is there a Vanguard-like, no load “get into Ukraine and do something inexpensively” fund that I can buy? Anyone? Please?