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Inside Bilderberg: Clues left in the Grove Hotel reveal another piece to their financial agenda

 
Anonymous Coward
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06/16/2013 11:18 AM
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Inside Bilderberg: Clues left in the Grove Hotel reveal another piece to their financial agenda
Interesting tie in w/ the Reuters story that came out last week:

[link to 21stcenturywire.com]

Last Monday, our Malcolm Massey, Neil Foster and Mark Anderson took a post-Bilderberg walk around the Grove Hotel to see what they could see. What they found was a meeting room with a Thomson Reuters display panel.
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The display panel with Thomson Reuters logo clearly marked was entitled “unleashing the power of our unified platform on financial markets”.

A Bilderberg Agenda Item?
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Re: Inside Bilderberg: Clues left in the Grove Hotel reveal another piece to their financial agenda
That sound ominous.

damned
I don't think so,
he's up there with the others laying low,
vying with those who you've traded your life to to bless your soul,
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Re: Inside Bilderberg: Clues left in the Grove Hotel reveal another piece to their financial agenda
I know this story is dated a few days back, but I hadn't seen it yet (or on GLP), nor had I heard too much about Thompson/Reuters' 60 second "lead time" they were giving clients

The traders told Bloomberg that the banks were actively trading against their clients by making use of a 60 second window in which trading is supposed to be paused. The traders told Bloomberg that, “dealers colluded with counterparties to boost chances of moving the rates.”

Hope this doesn't fall by the wayside like LIBOR did.

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