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Poland and Goldman Sachs

 
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Poland and Goldman Sachs
And so it begins

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A real swift infiltration by the global bankers.
Like a planned invasion
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A real swift infiltration by the global bankers.
Like a planned invasion
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Was going to post it in the pinned thread but decided it deserved it's own thread. It just reminds me of the book "Shock Doctrine".
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They are the root of all evil.

Vampire squid.
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Bloomberg
Goldman to Open Warsaw Branch as Poland Sells Assets (Update3)
March 25, 2010, 12:22 PM EDT
More From Businessweek

* Goldman Sachs Seeks to Open Branch in Poland, Spokeswoman Says
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* Poland’s ‘Tense’ Labor Market Gives Bank Room, Millenium Says
* Goldman Joins Race for $10 Billion Polish Asset Sales (Update2)
* Poland Mulls Alliance With France, Germany Over EU Farm Policy


By Pawel Kozlowski

March 25 (Bloomberg) -- Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is seeking to open a branch in Poland as the government accelerates asset sales and the Warsaw Stock Exchange leads central Europe in share offerings and stock turnover.

“Poland is a very large market with great potential to develop,” Monika Schaller, a spokeswoman for Goldman Sachs in Frankfurt, said by phone today. “The strength and size of the economy is what makes the market attractive.”

The U.S. investment bank filed a “formal” application with the U.K. Financial Services Authority yesterday to open a branch in Warsaw, its eighth in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Anna Krajewska, a spokeswoman for the company at NBS Public Relations in the Polish capital, said by phone earlier.

Wall Street firms are vying for Polish equity business, with Credit Suisse Group AG in January announcing plans to open a brokerage this year, returning to its stock-dealing business on central Europe’s biggest equity market seven years after closing its office. Raiffeisen International Bank Holding AG’s Polish unit also plans to reopen a brokerage, Marcin Jedlinski, a spokesman at the Austrian bank in Warsaw, said by phone today.

Poland, the only economy in the European Union to avoid recession last year, is speeding up asset sales, seeking to raise a record $10 billion in 2010 to finance its widening budget deficit.

The government this year sold on the Warsaw bourse 4.7 billion zloty ($1.6 billion) of shares in copper producer KGHM Polska Miedz SA, oil refiner Grupa Lotos SA, utility Enea SA and coal producer Lubelski Wegiel Bogdanka SA. Sales this year will also include initial public offerings of insurer PZU SA, power producer Tauron Polska Energia SA and the Warsaw Stock Exchange.

Europe’s Biggest IPO

Goldman, the world’s most profitable securities firm, co- managed the 5.97 billion-zloty IPO of PGE SA, Poland’s biggest power utility, in October. The sale of the state-controlled company was the biggest IPO in Europe last year.

Goldman is also advising Dutch-based Eureko BV, which together with the Polish government plans to sell 20 percent of PZU for at least 5 billion zloty by mid-May.

Warsaw hosted 1.59 billion euros ($2.1 billion) of IPOs last year, placing third in Europe behind NYSE Euronext and the London Stock Exchange as the government sped up its asset-sale program, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP statistics cited on the Warsaw bourse’s Web site.

The Warsaw Stock Exchange saw the total value of Polish- based companies triple to 443 billion zloty over the last decade, according to bourse data. Average daily turnover more than doubled to around 1.4 billion zloty in the period.

The benchmark WIG20 Index jumped 2 percent to 2,495.13 today, extending this year’s advance 4.5 percent.

--Editors: Nathaniel Espino, Stephen Kirkland

To contact the reporter on this story: Pawel Kozlowski in Warsaw pkozlowski@bloomberg.net
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Considering all the recent turmoil in the financial world, makes me wonder why this is not getting more attention.
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They are the root of all evil.

Vampire squid.
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Not exactly... they're just tentacles of that squid .
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Not exactly... they're just tentacles of that squid .
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Your so right, all the info is out there you just have to connect the dots. Just look what Jeffery Sachs {not related to Goldman Sachs} tried to do with Russia. This "Game Theory" and Shock Capitalism economics is insane. TPTB just keep playing with people and countries. Gatekeepers.
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Considering all the recent turmoil in the financial world, makes me wonder why this is not getting more attention.
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Golf - Tiger Woods is playing in the masters... don't expect the sheeple to pay any attention to this type of stuff...
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Considering all the recent turmoil in the financial world, makes me wonder why this is not getting more attention.



Golf - Tiger Woods is playing in the masters... don't expect the sheeple to pay any attention to this type of stuff...
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Yeah, I was going to post a bunch of links for education purposes, but whats the point? The thread will be gone in a few hours but Tiger will be with us.
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They are the root of all evil.

Vampire squid.



Not exactly... they're just tentacles of that squid .
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 871439


probably more than the tentacles... throw in the heart too. i recently read jacob rothschild holds a majority interest in GS. everything they do is to hurt us.... but our military stands down when it comes to protecting us and acts as their mercs overseas.
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Re: Poland and Goldman Sachs
They are the root of all evil.

Vampire squid.



Not exactly... they're just tentacles of that squid .


probably more than the tentacles... throw in the heart too. i recently read jacob rothschild holds a majority interest in GS. everything they do is to hurt us.... but our military stands down when it comes to protecting us and acts as their mercs overseas.
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The heart...DTCC, Euroclear, Clearstream. The financial world is just a puppet stage.

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