Thursday, February 23, 2012

Is something stirring in Slovenia?

I just reviewed this blog's weekly stats and in the top 10 views by country Slovenia came in 9th, beating out Switzerland at 10th. I can't remember Slovenia ever rating a mention in the top 10 before, hardly surprising as the country's population is only 2 Mil and its GDP is 89th in the world. So if readers in Slovenia are looking for education on precious metals, etc there maybe something a foot. I fear it maybe similar to the time this blog received a large number of hits from South Korea just prior to a series of banking runs.

The only thing in the news that I could find that might be relevant was:


Fitch Ratings has placed the six largest Slovenian banks on its negative rating watch, newswires report. The rating agency cited rising concerns over the provision of support of the Slovenian authorities for the country's banking sector. Putting the ratings of NLB , NKBM ,Abanka Vipa, Gorenjska Banka , Banka Celje and Probanka under review, the rating agency said it would review the ability and inclination of Slovenian as well as European authorities to provide support in case of need.

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