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The German Government Has Had Enough

 
Anonymous Coward
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05/19/2010 01:52 AM
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CDS
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Wednesday Trading Session Set To Be "The Most Volatile In Living Memory" Warns Telegraph, Plunge In Bunds ExpectedSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 05/18/2010 22:20 -0500

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If there was any doubt about where futures will open tomorrow, the following article from the Telegraph should assuage all doubts: "Traders greeted the move by BaFin, the German regulator, with a mixture of anger and astonishment. One bond trader said he expected Wednesday's trading session to be one of the most volatile in living memory: "It will be complete chaos, I really don't know what the Germans think they are doing.""Without the two-way flow the German market is likely to become utterly dysfunctional," said one London-based bond trader. "Nobody ever thought they'd do this in a million years and it raises the long-term question of who is now going to want to buy their debt."
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LOOKS LIKE wEDNESDAY COULD BE INTERESTING
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Thanks. Makes sense to me now. I was thinking CDs (Cert. of deposit) lol duhh
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Carry Bloodbath Resumes With Full Blown Liquidations ImminentSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 05/18/2010 20:22 -0500

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After earlier we saw the decimation of the European currency, it is now Asia's turn where an impressive bloodbath is now raging. The AUDUSD is in freefall, having moved a massive 300 pips from yesterday's high to today's low. At under 50 pips from 0.855, the AUDUSD will likely breach 0.85 at which point the destruction at carry desks will become an epidemic, and full liquidations will soon ensue, coupled with billion dollar margin calls, forcing global asset liquidations at bulge brackets. With the carry collapse pervasive, don't look to futures to stage any miraculous Fed-inspired ramps tonight: Germany may have well called the Fed's bluff.
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"Without the two-way flow the German market is likely to become utterly dysfunctional,"

I was wondering about that myself, especially considering they share a currency with all of Europe.
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05/19/2010 02:10 AM
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You really should credit the source, instead of presenting it with no links. It gives the impression that you've come up with this on your own.

[link to market-ticker.org]
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Sorry AC, If you back track on the thread a bit you will see that I did credit the link you posted.

I have a bad habit of not going back and forth trying to post the info and the links...Again sorry for any incovenience.
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05/19/2010 02:19 AM
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Listen to this:

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for a comprehensive overview of naked short selling in the USA.

and this:

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05/19/2010 02:21 AM
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So... what now? Everybody seems happy. No more doom? Euro saved? No need to go gold?
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05/19/2010 02:24 AM
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If you thought the German government was going to be a lapdog for Sarcozy, or worse, was going to fellate Brussels and the ECB, you got a rude shock today.

It appears that the German Government has just plain had enough of the crap that the banksters have tried to pull, and has decided to do what Barack Obama should have done in early 2009.

That is:

* No more naked credit crap, especially against sovereigns but not only against sovereigns. No insurable interest, no CDS - period.

* Naked shorting will now be actually stopped in 10 leading financial institutions.

* Germany has had it with naked shorting of Gold, and specifically noted bank manipulation of gold prices via naked shorts beyond intent or ability to deliver.

* Germany has also said that they're not going to permit Euro derivatives that are not a "bonafide" FX hedge. That is, no more naked bets on Euro movements either.

* Hedge funds are going to be regulated, position size limits mandated and enforced, reporting enhanced and a transaction tax is coming.

It's about damn time.

Oh, and it appears that instead of telling all the banksters what they were going to do and "getting permission" first, or even discussing it with other governments, the German Government did what all governments should do - make up your mind and then do it without giving a good damn whether the banksters or other governments like it - and without giving them input into the decision or notice that it's coming.

The bid rigging, the game-playing and the rest are all a bunch of crap. I've been hollering about this now for more than three years and yet our government spends it's time fellating the bankers and their dogs instead of enforcing the law.

It is illegal to defraud people.

It is illegal to rig markets, including the massive bid-rigging that I wrote about this morning, the Jefferson County Alabama scam and dozens if not hundreds more - all committed, it is alleged (and in some cases proved) by the major banks.

It is illegal to short stocks with no intention or ability to deliver.

And it is illegal to bribe government officials, no matter how you accomplish it.

These are not "isolated incidents" or even a pattern of conduct - as the bid-rigging report this morning makes clear ripping people off has become an institutionalized practice and policy throughout the entire banking system.

Many said that the Germans were not "really" arm-twisted by Sarcozy and the French Banking interests a week or so back. I think we can put that to rest here and now, as it's pretty clear that the truth is something else entirely.

Now Barack, about your willingness to get up off your knees and kick these banksters in the nuts?
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F.B.Nyte (OP)

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05/19/2010 02:25 AM
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Butterfly girl,
Thanks for your input...Nice to have some more eyes out there to know what's going on....
Anonymous Coward
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05/19/2010 02:34 AM
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Gee.....Wouldn't it be considered Anti-Semitic if Germany prevents God's Chosen Ones to rob/loot/scam/and plunder the sub-human filthy goyim?



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se447
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05/19/2010 05:07 AM
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It will change nothing.
This measure is just to prevent uprising from the german sheeple, those taxpayers who dont understand why their country has to pay for the whole continent.
The modern financial economy as a whole is still doomed.
I have to agree, by the end of the year we wont even recognize it...

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