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Alt 03.05.2013, 20:26   #3871
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PAH besetzt Bank-Filialen in Katalonien

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#BankiaTomada - Bankia ist eingenommen, verkündeten gestern die Anti-Zwangsräumungs-Aktivisten der PAH (Selbsthilfegruppe der Hypotheken-Opfer) über die sozialen Netzwerke. Sie hatten simultan ein Dutzend Bankia-Filialen in Katalonien besetzt, darunter auch den Hauptsitz in Barcelona.

Die PAH forderte Verhandlungen über die 200 Fälle anstehender Zwangsräumungen, um die sich das Bündnis momentan kümmert. Unter anderem beabsichtigt Bankia ein betagtes Ehepaar um die 90 Jahre aus seiner Wohnung werfen zu lassen, das für seinen Sohn gebürgt hatte.


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Alt 10.05.2013, 23:49   #3875
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Hugh Hendry: Japan's 'Reflationary' Gain "Is The Last Thing The Global Economy Needs"

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 05/10/2013 - 12:34

Aside from being core long gold and oil on the basis of an ongoing global reflation effort by the myopic central bankers of the world; Eclectica's Hugh Hendry is long consumer Staples (as he explains - for a conservative investor, there is little choice but safest, least volatile, most liquid consumer non-discretionary blue chips), long USD (cleanest dirty shirt), long Japanese equities (extreme reflation efforts), and is long the short end of the curve in various sovereign bonds around the world (once again on the basis that weaker data combined with central bank intervention means this duration will benefit). Critically, the outspoken Scot notes that Japan's monetary pivot towards QE will not create economic growth out of nothing. Instead it seeks to redistribute global GDP in a manner that favors Japan versus the rest of the world. This is the last thing the global economy needs right now. His base view remains that there will be more central bank intervention, more debasement, that a sound money core is key, and taking advantage of liquidity flows in the meantime can be profitable.
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Alt 11.05.2013, 00:18   #3876
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Chris Hedges: On a Windy Afternoon In Front of Goldman Sachs - Hunger Games



“All the animals, the plants, the minerals, even other kinds of men, are being broken and reassembled every day, to preserve an elite few who are the loudest to theorize on freedom, but the least free of all.

I can’t even give you hope that it will be different someday— that they’ll come out, and forget death, and lose their technology’s elaborate terror, and stop using every form of life without mercy to keep what haunts men down to a tolerable level— and be like you instead, simply here, simply alive.”

Thomas Pynchon, Gravity's Rainbow
Although people like to imagine dystopian futures like The Road, or even The Walking Dead, if you wish to see a more possible vision of the future, especially in Europe, go see The Hunger Games.

Part 1 has been out for some time, and Part 2 is coming to theatres late this year. I read the books when all the kiddos were reading them a few years ago.

They not literary classics, but diverting and well worth reading. And I recommend them to you, so that you can at least know what many bright young people are thinking about the world which we are creating for them.

And when you see or read about the frivolous excess and self-important obsessions of the incredibly out of touch ruling elite in The Capitol, and their perfect records of achievement in games in which they make the rules as they go, recall that telling phrase of Hannah Arendt's, the banality of evil.

They would be as gods, and so revel in violence and death which, unable to create life, is their greatest power and the means of their control.

And the winners will owe their allegiance to a faceless System. And if they use power and money to pervert justice, instead of bombs and bullets, so much the better for its efficient use of resources.








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Alt 11.05.2013, 00:20   #3877
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BBC2: Bankers Fixing the System


"In our time political speech and writing are largely the defense of the indefensible."

George Orwell
Libor scandal: Can we ever trust bankers again?

"In the five years since the crash that brought the world's economy to its knees, bankers have lurched from one crisis to another.

Scandal after scandal has raised questions about their pay, their values and their judgement and after the industry received billions in taxpayer bailouts, the public is in no mood to forgive and forget.

Like it or loathe it, banking is a vitally important industry to London and the whole of the UK.

But can we ever trust bankers again?"
If you live in the UK you may watch the series here. BBC iPlayer

Otherwise you may watch episode one below.





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Alt 14.05.2013, 23:06   #3878
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The Bullish Case For Stocks (and a Commensurate 'Repricing of Risks' Caused By Fed Intervention)



Here is the 'bullish case for stocks' from Ralph Dillon at Global Financial Data, in quotes below. The chart is also from their site.

Calculating the Equity Risk Premium Tutorial is here.

Those of us who stood by and watched the Fed blow asset bubbles in financial paper and the housing market from 2003 to 2007, after the bubble in tech stocks from 1998 to 2001, are understandably appalled that the Fed has seen fit to follow essentially the same game plan again, matched by a lack of reform in the financial system.

Bernanke's policy failure is, in my humble opinion, going to cause another financial crisis if he continues on. There are much more effective ways of reflating and stimulating the economy than creating paper asset bubbles for Wall Street, and hoping that the Banks allow for a trickle down effect to the real economy. Not a chance when gaming the markets can produce outsized profits and perfect trading records. Where is the downside, where is the risk? And where are the regulators?

I think I understand the rationale for leaving the TBTF Banks in place, and making them even bigger. It was two parts craven self-interest and one part backstop for the eventual unwinding of the Fed's Balance Sheet, when someone has to help them to absorb the trillions in mispriced paper.

In my opinion Bernanke is literally fighting a new kind financial crisis, of the Fed's own making, with the last war's tactics and weapons, in the manner of the French generals at the beginning of the Second World War. Therefore the next crisis could be quite impressive and pervasive, affecting sovereign debt and currencies to an even great degree than the last two or three bubble/crises, depending how one is keeping score.

The failure points, or limits if you will, are the valuation of the bonds and the US dollar. And Bernanke looks to be giving those limits, and the theories of risk and valuation therein, a rather rigorous stress test.
"At 85 Billion a month, massive amounts of liquidity are driving the markets higher each day. While we are closely watching the FED for signs of an exit strategy, I heard a very interesting piece from David Tepper at Appaloosa Management this morning that put todays markets in a much better perspective. According to David, The FED will have a 368 Billion dollar surplus this year! That is 368 Billion in more liquidity that “has to go somewhere”.

With the Dow and the S&P 500 trading at or near all time highs and 10yr paper trading at historic lows, you would think that we have run our course and we may want to pull some money off the table. Think again? Do you fight the FED? Do you create the MOAS? (Mother of all shorts)….Or do you stay long?

In this chart, we look at the Equity Risk Premium Index versus the DJIA, S&P 500 and the US 10yr to 1885. The red line represents the Equity Risk Premium Index and by all accounts, looks like it is ready to breakout and make a move to new highs.

Provided that the FED follows through to 2014 with the QE program, one would have to assume that the respective equity indices will all move higher with the massive amounts of liquidity that are in the pipeline.

That has proven wise, as long as the FED stays your partner."


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These Offshore Tax Havens May Be Hazardous For Your Deposit Confiscation Health

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 05/15/2013 - 10:19



In the aftermath of the Cyprus deposit confiscation template, the first thing we did is to present not only the countries that are the biggest offshore tax havens in context, but more importantly, the ratio of total financial assets to GDP of these same countries, because when the hunt for wealth goes global, and when the untaxed money of evil [insert nationality] tax evaders becomes the political topic du jour and source of rescue bank capital. And since as we explained, Cyprus is nothing more or less than the template for how to "collect" about $32 trillion in "offshore wealth" it would be a handy feature to keep track of which financial sectors may experience unexpected glitches in the coming months and years in order to reallign this untaxed, and thus ill-gotten in the eyes of the broader society, wealth. It is a "fairness doctrine" world after all, where how much wealth one is allowed to have is now determined by politicians. Courtesy of Bloomberg we have just a primer. Cyprus is gone from the list for obvious reasons. But many others remain...
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Elizabeth Warren Confronts Eric Holder, Ben Bernanke And Mary Jo White On Too-Big-To-Jail

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 05/15/2013 - 19:27

Elizabeth Warren is one of the few Senators out there pushing to understand why the federal government has created an untouchable class of criminals in America that can do whatever they want whenever they want and, not only get away with it, but also get bailed out when they make mistakes. Now she has written a letter to Ben Bernanke, Eric Holder and Mary Jo White. My favorite line is: “If large financial institutions can break the law and accumulate millions in profits and, if they get caught, settle by paying out of those profits, they do not have much incentive to follow the law.” Indeed, which is why they don’t. Full letter embedded below.
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BBC: Bankers: Risking It All - Part II



If you live in the UK you may watch this online here.

Otherwise you may watch it below.

Here is a link to Part 1 - Fixing the System





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Crushed By Soaring Energy Costs, Japan Prepares To Reactivate Its Nuclear Power Plants

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 05/19/2013 - 19:51



Proving that Japan has learned absolutely nothing from its recent past, it is now preparing to risk yet another Fukushima, just to make sure that Goldman's partners have a fresh year of record bonuses, driven by the BOJ's monetary insanity. Yomiuri Shumbun reports, that just two years after a wholesale shutdown of Japan's nuclear power plants demanded by the people, Japan is once again going to reactivate its nuclear power plants, much to the chagrin of the already massively irradiated local population.
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The Truth About Markets - Max Keiser & Stacy Herbert







Max Keiser & Stacy Herbert tape their weekly radio show "The Truth About Markets" from London Real Studios in Shoreditch and discuss Bitcoin, Silver, Gold, Bubble Economies, and Jacque Fresco of the Venus Project.
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Liz Warren Grills Jack Lew on Too Big To Fail



Original source and commentary is at Mother Jones

Warren nails it in the last minute of the tape. The US lack of serious reform is a risk to the world economy.

Obama is a thoroughly modern manager: part Herbert Hoover, and part Richard Nixon.






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Bill Black: Our System Is So Flawed That Fraud Is Mathematically Guaranteed




Submitted by Tyler Durden on 05/25/2013 - 15:22

In this extensive interview, Bill explains why financial fraud is the most damaging type of fraud and also the hardest to prosecute. He also details how, through crony capitalism, it has become much more prevalent in our markets and political system. A warning: there's much revealed in this interview to make your blood boil. “When plunder becomes a way of life for a group of men in a society, over the course of time they create for themselves a legal system that authorizes it and a moral code that glorifies it." - Frederic Bastiat
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