Thursday, June 28, 2012


Sent: 6/28/2012 6:42:34 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time
Subj: HOW DEEP IS THIS "RABBIT HOLE"???? Fw: The 6am London Cut

Who are the "culprits?"  I've written about them for years.. extensive investigations finally resulted in a 'video' which all Victims of this Money Laundering "global banking, financing and economics 'hostage' situation should watch.  This includes the U.S. House and Senate Members who were threatened with "a bullet to their ears" in the BLINKENSOP- THE AFTERMATH OF NATIONAL SECURITY.

Wrap your minds around this:
Video:  Operation Gladio [BBC Timewatch, 1992] State-Sponsored Terrorism in Europe - YouTube

Audit the Fed Bill Passes Committee

On Wednesday, the U.S. House Oversight and Government Reform Committee passed Congressman Ron Paul’s H.R. 459, the Federal Reserve Transparency

Another "audit" is needed.  Audit the World Collateral House/WB/IMF and find this 9/9/97 'expired, $40 Billion Gold Dollars in $10 Billion Dollar Increments lodged unauthorized' instruments which have been used to underwrite Nations such as Iraq, Iran, Egypt, Libya, Malaysia, China etal.   [U.S. CORPORATION, INCORPORATED BY GAIA-EKKERS"]
Inter-American Investment Corporation/World Collateral House Corporation
September 9, 1997
E.J. Ekker
Rick Martin
Doris Ekker
Charles Neal

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Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2012 12:52 AM
Subject: The 6am London Cut
The 6am Cut London28 June 2012

The London 6am Cut

Posted at 05:42 by Cardiff Garcia
Barclays was fined more than $450m by US and UK regulators for having tried to manipulate Libor, reports the Financial Times. You can find hilarious examples of the emails between Barclays traders and Libor submitters at FT Alphaville.
The board of News Corp voted to split the company into two after a meeting Wednesday night, reports the Wall Street Journal. There will be a formal announcement on Thursday, according to the WSJ.
An executive board member of the European Central Bank said that a rate cut would be an option when the bank meets next week, reports Reuters. Analysts are increasingly convinced that the central bank will cut rates by 25bps at the meeting despite sceptical comments from Mario Draghi three weeks ago.
Angela Merkel described ideas to immediately reduce the yields on Spanish and Italian sovereign debt as “eyewash and fake solutions”. But the FT reports that “senior officials involved in the closed-door deliberations said the German government was becoming more amenable to quick action and they were hopeful an agreement could be reached at the two-day summit”.
Glencore might be ready to walk away from its proposed merger with Xstrata if Qatari Holdings, the second biggest shareholder in Xstrata, does retract its demands for a better offer, according to the FT.
Google has introduced a tablet called the Nexus 7, entering a rapidly crowding market, writesReuters.
The SEC has filed civil charges against Philip Falcone and his hedge fund Harbinger Capital Partners for a number of violations, including that Falcone used the fund’s money to pay his taxes and gave favourable treatment to some clients, reports the WSJ.
- The guys who trade your blood for profit. (Forbes)
- Analysts counter the recent New York Times article questioning the reliability of Chinese macro statistics. (Beyond Brics)
- Eleven facts about the Affordable Healthcare Act as we wait for the ruling by the Supreme Court tomorrow. (Wonkblog)
- The first half league tables don’t look good for investment banks. (William Wright)
- A new book challenging the long-held belief in shareholder value. (Dealbook)
- Two graphs on the future of American oil. (Free Exchange)
- Paul Krugman and Richard Layard pen a manifesto for economic sense. (Financial Times)
Asian markets
Nikkei 225 up +123.47 (+1.41%) at 8,854
Topix up +12.82 (+1.72%) at 758.30
Hang Seng up +36.08 (+0.19%) at 19,213
US markets
S&P 500 up +11.86 (+0.90%) at 1,332
DJIA up +92.34 (+0.74%) at 12,627
European markets
Eurofirst 300 up +13.51 (+1.37%) at 1,000
FTSE100 up +76.96 (+1.41%) at 5,524
CAC 40 unchanged 0.00 (0.00%) at 3,063
Dax up +92.30 (+1.50%) at 6,229
€/$ 1.25 (1.25)
$/¥ 79.39 (79.68)
£/$ 1.56 (1.56)
Commodities ($)
Brent Crude (ICE) up +0.04 at 93.54
Light Crude (Nymex) up +0.34 at 80.55
100 Oz Gold (Comex) down -3.90 at 1,574
Copper (Comex) up +0.05 at 335.00
10-year government bond yields (%)
US 1.62
UK 1.69
Germany 1.56
CDS (closing levels)
Markit iTraxx SovX Western Europe -4.07bps at 296.06bp
Markit iTraxx Europe -2.14bps at 176.94bp
Markit iTraxx Xover -10.65bps at 702.98bp
Markit CDX IG -1.45bps at 117.53bp
Sources: FT, Bloomberg, Markit


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