On Friday, in the UK, there were violent student protests against the proposed tuition hike that would triple fees. People then took to the streets in Ireland and Austria protesting against tax hikes and budget cuts (protest reflexivity). See videos after the jump. People protested against bailouts as well (related: Ireland Bank CDS widened on Friday). So, when does the austerity party and protests start in the U.S.? On a currency note, BlackRock's Larry Fink thinks the Euro (EUR/USD) could hit 1.20 as a result of the EU debt crisis and contagion (Telegraph.co.uk). Watching Portugal and España.
1) Students in UK rioting proposed tuition hike (courtesy of RussiaToday)
2) 50,000 people march through Dublin protesting austerity measures (speeches)
3) Thousands protest proposed budget cuts in Vienna, Austria (courtesy of Press.tv)
Student protest: how the Harry Potter generation turned into a band of rebels (Guardian)