By Tyler Durden | ZeroHedge.com
As the European parliament attempts to create a budget and Draghi repeats how the temporary lull in European growth is merely a prelude to a growth renaissance in the second half of the year (not to be confused with the verbatim lie rehashed by European dignitaries in 2012, 2011, 2010 and 2009), it appears a few leaks of truthiness are seeing daylight in the disunion.
In a shockingly frank interview, the CEO of Saxo Bank describes the Euroís recent rally as illusory and that "the whole thing is doomed," as the continent is not supported by a fiscal union. As Bloomberg reports, Lars Seier Christensen says he would be a "seller of the EUR at anything near 1.40," noting that "right now weíre in one of those fake solutions where people think that the problem is contained or being addressed, which it isnít at all." Confirming that the only thing holding the farce together is political not economic efforts, he sums the situation up perfectly: "people have been dramatically underestimating the problems."
Lars Seier Christensen, co-chief executive officer of Danish bank Saxo Bank A/S, said the euroís recent rally is illusory and the shared currency is set to fail because the continent hasnít supported it with a fiscal union.
ďThe whole thing is doomed,Ē Christensen said yesterday in an interview at the bankís Dubai office. ďRight now weíre in one of those fake solutions where people think that the problem is contained or being addressed, which it isnít at all.Ē
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