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Category Archives: Bail-in Policy
The “bail-in” scheme cooked up by the British Empire to maintain their control over a disintegrating trans-Atlantic financial sector, will be subjected to a “financial war game” test today. At a closed-door meeting at the FDIC’s headquarters, “the top financial … Continue reading
The Argentine government filed suit Thursday at the International Court at The Hague against the U.S. government, charging that it has violated its “international obligation to respect the sovereignty of the Argentine Republic, particularly its sovereign immunity.” The Court issued … Continue reading
City of London mouthpiece Ambrose Evans-Pritchard writes that the “rescue” of Portugal’s Banco Espirito Santo was a bail-out and not quite a bail-in, and that European officials backed off on bailing in all creditors and unsecured depositors by their new … Continue reading
A worldwide stock-market rout as August began, accentuated in European markets, reflected flashing red signals of the trans-Atlantic financial system in trouble. Of most import is the collapse of Portugal’s largest banking group, Espirito Santo. The last part of that … Continue reading
Portugal’s biggest commercial bank, Banco Espirito Sancto (BES), is roughly a $100 billion bank, not in the trans-Atlantic megabank league, but about the size of the German Landesbanken which started to go insolvent in 2007. BES’s massive $5 billion first-half … Continue reading
The same predatory vulture funds that have gotten a green light from the Obama administration and the Supreme Court of the United States to foreclose on the nation of Argentina and wipe it, and its 41 million inhabitants, off the … Continue reading
Both the International Monetary Fund and Mario Draghi have again tried hard over the past 24 hours to conjure a big Eurozone “quantitative easing” scheme into existence, as the European banking system is showing signs of an early “recollapse” which … Continue reading