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FUKT 2 - The Shafting Continues? The Big Question on Wall Street Is Which Banks Owe $41 Billion on Credit Default Swaps on Russia

 
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FUKT 2 - The Shafting Continues? The Big Question on Wall Street Is Which Banks Owe $41 Billion on Credit Default Swaps on Russia
There is a known $41 billion in Credit Default Swaps (CDS) on Russian debt. There is likely many billions more in unknown amounts. There are also billions more in Credit Default Swaps on state-owned Russian corporate debt and non state-owned Russian corporate debt.

In addition to Wall Street not knowing which global banks and other financial institutions are on the hook to pay out on the Credit Default Swap protection they sold in case of a Russian sovereign debt default (or Russian corporate debt default), there is also approximately $100 billion of Russian sovereign debt (whose default is looking more and more likely) sitting on the balance sheets of foreign banks.

Put it all together and you have the makings of a replay of the 2008 banking crisis when banks backed away from lending to each other because they didn’t know who would fall next from toxic subprime exposure. That led to a liquidity crisis and the unprecedented involvement of the Federal Reserve secretly pumping trillions of dollars into the megabanks on Wall Street and their foreign derivative counterparties.

The cost of buying a five-year Credit Default Swap on Russian debt has spiked from 5 percent of the total value of the debt in early February to 46 percent last Friday to 58 percent this morning. The market has now priced in an 80 percent likelihood of default.

Russia’s debt was downgraded to junk status on February 25 by Standard and Poor’s. On March 3, Moody’s and Fitch downgraded the debt by six notches, also placing it in junk territory.

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Russia Sanctions Put $41 Billion of Default Insurance at Risk

Citi warns sanctions could trigger swaps and prevent payouts
Swaps signal 65% chance Russia will default within five years
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Contracts insuring $41 billion of Russian sovereign debt may be rendered worthless, even as they signal a record likelihood of default.
That’s because international sanctions placed on the country in response to President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine may both trigger credit-default swaps and also prevent the underlying bonds from being used for settlement, according to strategists and investors at Citigroup Inc., CreditSights Inc. and Vanguard Asset Management.
“As it stands the sovereign debt can be deliverable into CDS,” said Nick Eisinger, co-head of emerging-markets active fixed income at Vanguard in London. “The challenge will be how to do the auction if indeed this is fully sanctioned.”

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There is a known $41 billion in Credit Default Swaps (CDS) on Russian debt. There is likely many billions more in unknown amounts. There are also billions more in Credit Default Swaps on state-owned Russian corporate debt and non state-owned Russian corporate debt.

In addition to Wall Street not knowing which global banks and other financial institutions are on the hook to pay out on the Credit Default Swap protection they sold in case of a Russian sovereign debt default (or Russian corporate debt default), there is also approximately $100 billion of Russian sovereign debt (whose default is looking more and more likely) sitting on the balance sheets of foreign banks.

Put it all together and you have the makings of a replay of the 2008 banking crisis when banks backed away from lending to each other because they didn’t know who would fall next from toxic subprime exposure. That led to a liquidity crisis and the unprecedented involvement of the Federal Reserve secretly pumping trillions of dollars into the megabanks on Wall Street and their foreign derivative counterparties.

The cost of buying a five-year Credit Default Swap on Russian debt has spiked from 5 percent of the total value of the debt in early February to 46 percent last Friday to 58 percent this morning. The market has now priced in an 80 percent likelihood of default.

Russia’s debt was downgraded to junk status on February 25 by Standard and Poor’s. On March 3, Moody’s and Fitch downgraded the debt by six notches, also placing it in junk territory.

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Russia Sanctions Put $41 Billion of Default Insurance at Risk

Citi warns sanctions could trigger swaps and prevent payouts
Swaps signal 65% chance Russia will default within five years
[link to www.bloomberg.com (secure)]

Contracts insuring $41 billion of Russian sovereign debt may be rendered worthless, even as they signal a record likelihood of default.
That’s because international sanctions placed on the country in response to President Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine may both trigger credit-default swaps and also prevent the underlying bonds from being used for settlement, according to strategists and investors at Citigroup Inc., CreditSights Inc. and Vanguard Asset Management.
“As it stands the sovereign debt can be deliverable into CDS,” said Nick Eisinger, co-head of emerging-markets active fixed income at Vanguard in London. “The challenge will be how to do the auction if indeed this is fully sanctioned.”
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OMG, it's the Cambrian explosion. Hope I'm wrong about this but essentially all insurance contracts, cyber or IRL are cancelled under the Act of War exclusion.

The Act of War Exclusion also applies to your mortgage, property, life, mortality & morbidity (disability or critical illness) coverage too. You'll find it on the last page of your policy under exclusions. Ironically, beside the suicide clause.

Canada: Cyber Warfare And The Act Of War Exclusion
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Following the cyber-attack, Mondelez alleged that it gave prompt notice to Zurich and worked with Zurich to adjust the insurance claim. However, on June 1, 2018, Zurich informed Mondelez that it was denying coverage under the Policy based on a single policy exclusion for hostile or warlike action, which provided the following:15

"This Policy excludes loss or damage directly or indirectly caused by or resulting from any of the following regardless of any other cause or event, whether or not insured under this Policy, contributing concurrently or in any other sequence to the loss:

2) (a) hostile or warlike action in time of peace or war, including action in hindering, combating or defending against an actual, impending or expected attack by any: (i) government or sovereign power (de jure or de facto); (ii) military, naval, or air force; or (iii) agent or authority of any party specified in I or ii above."
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OMG, it's the Cambrian explosion. Hope I'm wrong about this but essentially all insurance contracts, cyber or IRL are cancelled under the Act of War exclusion.

The Act of War Exclusion also applies to your mortgage, property, life, mortality & morbidity (disability or critical illness) coverage too. You'll find it on the last page of your policy under exclusions. Ironically, beside the suicide clause.


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It may be time to disconnect from the stock market before everyone else starts.
You know all 'the right' people properly positioned themselves.
Thread: FUKT. They are sending a clear message. Do NOT do business with American companies... Are they trying to collapse the USD as reserve currency?



A war exclusion clause in an insurance policy specifically excludes coverage for acts of war, such as invasions, insurrections, revolutions, military coups, and terrorism. A war exclusion clause in an insurance contract refers to the protection of an insurer who will not be obligated to pay for losses caused by war-related events. Insurance companies commonly exclude coverage perils on which they cannot afford to pay claims.
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They wipe out your digital savings and blame Russia...


Russian Cyberattacks May Test Insurer War Exclusion Policy Language
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Strange timing on this.

3/23/2020, Days after the Covid lockdown started.




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There people are literally insane.
If they 'get rid' of oil, what will they pave roads with that is easily recycled like asphalt?


Where will they get the metals needed for batteries and infrastructure?
Russia and China.


Insurers urged to stop insuring Russian fossil fuel operations
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