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Wall Street Banks Sued Again for Conspiring to Control a Market

Daniel Brockett, Senior Litigation Partner at Quinn Emanuel

wallstreetonparade.com / By Pam Martens and Russ Martens / August 22, 2017

As summer draws to a close and the Wall Street titans enjoy the last of their lazy long weekends in the Hamptons, summering next door to the army of lawyers that keep them out […]

An Unexpected Problem Emerges: Chinese Banks Exhaust 80% Of Loan Quotas In First Half Of 2017

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Aug 21, 2017

When we discussed the latest monthly Chinese credit data reported by the PBOC, we pointed out something which to most pundits was broadly seen as success by the Politburo in its deleveraging efforts: for the first time in 9 months, debt within China’s shadow banking […]

Debt, Dollars, DOW, War, Silver and Shirts

deviantinvestor.com / by Gary Christenson / August 16, 2017

Yes, they are connected.

Dollars are created as debt. More dollars in circulation = more debt.

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More debt means consumption is “pulled forward” from the future so consumption can occur now. This usually ends badly.

Commercial banks and central banks have created trillions […]

Australia Cracks Down On Bitcoin Exchanges; Shrugs Off Banks’ “Systemic” Money-Laundering Violations

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Aug 19, 2017

Australian Government Is Cracking Down On The Nonexistent Bitcoin Money-Laundering Epidemic

Australia’s largest banks can’t seem to go six months without a new scandal. In April, regulators accused Commonwealth Bank, one of the country’s largest financial institutions, of “systemic” money laundering violations, sparking an investigation […]

Your PM Portfolio Check-UP

milesfranklin.com / by Andy Schectman / Aug 17, 2017

When I look at the precious metals markets all I see are the numerous anomalies that are screaming value and opportunity. The constant machinations of the bullion banks manipulating the markets and holding back Mother Nature has created distortions in the market place that present […]

The new American Dream: rent your home from a hedge fund.

sovereignman.com / Simon Black / August 15, 2017

About a month ago I joined the Board of Directors of a publicly-traded company that invests in US real estate.

The position brings a lot of insight into what’s happening in the US housing market. And from what I’m seeing, the transformation that’s taking place today […]

Solar, Bubble, Banks, War, and Legal Tender: Five Reasons Why You Should Buy Silver Now

goldsilverworlds.com / By Shannara Johnson / Aug 7, 2017

Unlike its big brother, gold, physical silver is coveted for both investment purposes and industrial usage. Right now, silver prices are in a bit of a slump—in other words, it’s the perfect time to load up on this precious metal while it’s down. Here are […]

Only Ten Years After the Last Financial Crisis the Banks Are At It Again

jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com / BY JESSE / 04 AUGUST 2017

Apparently the Banks have been lobbying heavily, and expending significant amounts of money again, leaning on their Congressmen and pressuring regulators, saying that their capital standards need to be relaxed so that they can make more loans to stimulate economic growth.

But that, according to the […]

Policy From Behind

wallstreetexaminer.com / by Jeffrey P. Snider / July 31, 2017

This is a syndicated repost courtesy of Alhambra Investments. To view original, click here. Reposted with permission.

When the Mario Draghi as head of the ECB first introduced negative rates in early June 2014, his reasoning was very clear. As he said in the opening […]

Why Decentralized Economic Planning Is So Important

mises.org / Sascha Klocke / July 31, 2017

The Svalbard Global Seed Vault is a fascinating project. Built by the Norwegian government on the island of Spitsbergen at a cost of approximately $9 million and opened in 2008, its mission is to preserve the seeds of the world’s food crops in case other seed […]

Our European Tour

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Jul 31, 2017

Our European Tour this season has been very enlightening including meetings with politicians, corporations and many of the top banks. The concern centers around the ECB having to change policy with regard to negative interest rates. The net result has been to create massive […]

Barclays Seeks $455,000 For ‘Gold’ Equity Research Package; Includes ‘Field Trips’ And ‘Occasional’ 1×1’s

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 27, 2017

Literally no one knows the true ‘value’ of equity research, not even the investment banks that are selling it. Up until now, equity research has been treated as a ‘freebie’ given away to institutional clients in return for trading commissions but that is all […]

Bankers ditch fat salaries to chase digital currency riches

gata.org / By Lulu Yilun Chen and Camila Russo / Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Richard Liu gave up a seven-figure salary this month to get into one of the hottest financial instruments around right now: initial coin offerings. The former China Renaissance deal maker has since backed a clutch of cryptocoin sales that have […]

Why Surging UK Household Debt Will Cause The Next Crisis

goldcore.com / By janskoyles / July 26, 2017

– Easy credit offered by UK banks is endangering “everyone else in the economy” – UK banks are “dicing with the spiral of complacency” again – Bank of England official believes household debt is good in moderation – Household debt now equals 135% of household income […]

Banks Are Scheming To Dominate A Future Cashless Society

zerohedge.com / by Shaun Bradley via TheAntiMedia.org / Jul 24, 2017

Visa recently announced its new Cashless Challenge program, which offers $10,000 to restaurants willing to transition into accepting only digital payments. As the largest credit card processor in the U.S., it’s no surprise Visa is spearheading this campaign.

Under the guise of increasing […]

Detroit Is Demolishing Homes With Federal Money Meant “To Save Them”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 23, 2017

Contrary to popular perception, not all of the money approved as part of the federal government’s emergency effort to save the American financial system in the fall of 2008 went to the big banks. Some of it – nearly $10 billion, all told – […]

Market Report: Classic bear squeeze conditions

goldmoney.com / By Alasdair Macleod / July 21, 2017

Gold and silver recovered well this week, continuing a rally which is now two weeks old. Gold, priced in dollars, rose by another $13 to $1247.50 in early European trade this morning (Friday), up $31 from the lows of 7 July. Silver has now recovered […]

How Governments Can Kill Cash

wallstreetexaminer.com / by James Rickards / July 17, 2017

This is a syndicated repost courtesy of The Daily Reckoning. To view original,click here. Reposted with permission.

The global elites are using negative interest rates to do the same thing as inflation — make your money disappear. One way to avoid negative interest rates is to […]

Market Liquidity Conditions Are Still Loose As A Goose

zerohedge.com / Via Global Macro Monitor / Jul 16, 2017

Since the Fed began raising interest rates in December 2015, financial market liquidity conditions have loosened considerably. Recall our post, Orwellian Monetary Policy, which we wrote in May.

“Tightening is Easing”

Since U.S. monetary policy began tightening in December 2015, the […]

Five Takeaways from the House’s Yellen Hearing

mises.org / Tho Bishop / July 13, 2017

On Wednesday, Janet Yellen testified before the House Financial Services Committee. Though the hearings lost much of their appeal when Dr. Ron Paul retired from Congress, the House Republicans have maintained a reputation for being far more hostile to the Federal Reserve than their colleagues in […]

German Secretary Economics Warns Low Interest Rates Have Failed

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Jul 10, 2017

The German Secretary General of the Economic Council of the CDU, Wolfgang Steiger, has highlighted the growing economic crisis in Europe. The negative interest rates of Draghi and the ECB have totally failed. He has pointed out that despite various EU stress tests for […]

Bullion Banks line up in London to support LME’s Gold Futures

bullionstar.com / by Ronan Manly / 7 Jul 2017

The London Metal Exchange (LME) and World Gold Council have just confirmed that their new suite of London-based exchange-traded gold and silver futures contracts will begin trading on Monday 10 July. These futures contracts are collectively known as LMEprecious.

The launch of trading comes exactly 11 […]

These Charts Show the Fed’s Stress Tests as a Dangerous Illusion

wallstreetonparade.com / By Pam Martens and Russ Martens / July 7, 2017

Sometimes a picture really is worth a thousand words. The charts above show how four of the largest Wall Street banks traded like clones of one another yesterday. Their share prices rallied at almost identical times and the rallies faded at almost […]

Goldman’s Commodity Unit Suffers Worst Q1 In A Decade

zerohedge.com / by Tsvetana Paraskova via OilPrice.com / Jul 5, 2017

The leading commodities trader among global investment banks, Goldman Sachs, is assessing the future direction of its commodities business, following the worst start to a year in more than a decade, Bloomberg reported on Monday, citing people with knowledge of an informal internal […]

EBay And PayPal Have An ENORMOUS Fraud Enabling Problem

market-ticker.org / by Karl Denninger / 2017-07-03

I have recently become aware of an utterly enormous fraud vector problem with both of these related (used to be that PayPal was owned by Ebay) sites.

On every reputable site around the Internet, no matter what it is, when you sign up for an account you have […]