reuters.com / Tue Nov 26, 2013 6:03pm EST
(Reuters) – Germany’s financial watchdog BaFin has started a probe into suspected manipulation of benchmark gold and silver prices by banks, the Wall Street Journal Deutschland website reported on Tuesday.
Regulators across the globe have increased oversight of the financial sector, and banks’ reputations have [...]
gold-eagle.com / By Dr. Tom Fischer / November 24, 2013
Every time gold briefly slips into backwardation, some gold commentators are quick to write that this was abnormal and, in theory, should not be possible. In the following, I give several reasons why, in my opinion, the opposite is true: Not contango, but backwardation [...]
jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com / By Jesse / 11 NOVEMBER 2013
“We run carelessly to the precipice, after we have put up a façade to prevent ourselves from seeing it.”
Gold and silver largely chopped sideways today with a slight downward bias, but nothing of real consequence.
There was a small amount [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 11/06/2013 13:20 -0500
While the public’s attention has been focused recently on revelations involving currency manipulation by all the same banks best known until recently for dispensing Bollinger when they got a Libor end of day print from their criminal cartel precisely where they wanted it (for an [...]
Allegations of multiple Wall Street scandals could have major implications
rollingstone.com / By MATT TAIBBI / November 5, 12:55 PM ET
I’ve been away for weeks now on a non-financial assignment (we have something unusual coming out in Rolling Stone in a few weeks) so I’ve fallen behind on some crazy developments on [...]
wealthcycles.com / By The WealthCycles Staff / November 4, 2013
The latest sequel to last October’s “LIBORgate” rate scandal (see the WealthCycles.com article Market-Based LIBOR Replacement is Step in Right Direction), “Naughty ForeXmen,” is playing now in a media circus near you. This time Swiss bank regulators are looking into an alleged [...]