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Wilbur Ross: Ignore Greece News, Europe Is 'Very Attractive' For Investment


Wilbur Ross, chairman of WL Ross & Co., talks about investment opportunities in Europe and strategy. Ross, speaking with Betty Liu on Bloomberg Television's “In the Loop,” also discusses Greece's negotiations with euro-area members over a loan extension.

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Wilbur Ross: Europe Is ‘Very Attractive' For Investment

Wilbur Ross: Ignore Greece News, Europe Is 'Very Attractive' For Investment

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  • Ewiak Ryszard

    Where are we heading? Let me remind here a fragment of an ancient vision: “And [the king of the north] will go back (to) his land with great wealth [1945. This detail indicated that Hitler will attack also the Soviet Union and will fight to the bitter end. In the beginning there were no signs of such the ending of this war]; and his heart (will be) against the holy covenant [hostility towards Christians]; and will act [it means activity in the international arena]; and turned back to his own land [1991-1993. The collapse of the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact. Russian troops returned to their country]. At the appointed time [he] will return back.” (Daniel 11:28, 29a, literal translation) The return of Russia in this context means crisis, which will eclipse the Great Depression. Not only the eurozone will break up, but also the European Union and NATO. Then many countries of the former Eastern block will return to Russia’s zone of influence. Russian troops will be stationed here again.

    In 1882 British troops occupied Egypt. Great Britain then took the role of “the king of the south”. Around the same time, Russia expanded its influence in the region, which previously belonged to Seleucus I Nicator, and took the role of “the king of the north”. (Daniel 11:27)

    February 19, 2015 at 5:08 pm

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