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The Run Begins: Deutsche Bank Hedge Fund Clients Withdraw Excess Cash

(Zerohedge) 29 September 2016 – Deutsche Bank concerns just went to ’11’ as Bloomberg reports a number of funds that clear derivatives trades with Deutsche Bank AG have withdrawn some excess cash and positions held at the lender, a sign … Continue reading

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The Triffin Paradox, MBS Fraud, and What Happens Next

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Every credit boom is followed by a credit bust, as un-creditworthy borrowers and highly leveraged speculators inevitably default. Homeowners with 3% down payment mortgages default when one wage earner loses their job, companies that are sliding into bankruptcy default on … Continue reading

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Deutsche Bank – The 100-MegaTon Bomb Which Will Destroy Europe – With a Little Help from Their Muslim Friends

(Investopedia)  20 September 2016 —  In the aftermath of last week’s announcement of a $14 billion fine levied by the U.S. Department of Justice on Deutsche Bank in connection with the mis-selling of mortgage-backed securities (MBS) during the financial crisis, … Continue reading

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Deutsche Bank: Aaaaaaand It’s gone…

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As I have been warning for five years, Deutsche Bank is now meeting its fate. “German government officials are dismayed by the leaking of a U.S. Justice Department demand that Deutsche Bank pay $14 billion to settle claims arising from … Continue reading

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Death Throes of Deutsche Bank, and Impact to Global Economies?

Originally posted on April 26th, 2012 – I offer you and updated view of where DB is at, as we grind further and further over the cliff, unto the plummeting crash which has been engineered to destroy Western Civilization, and … Continue reading

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Futures Bloodbath = Major Red Flag for Investors

The entire “Stock Market Gains” of the last 12 months have been wiped out over the weekend, while you were mowing your lawn and enjoying a last bit of summer recreation. Take a look at the following charts [captured at roughly … Continue reading

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Deutsche Bank Offices Raided By Authorities

(ZeroHedge)Just two days after Deutsche Bank co-CEOs Anshu Jain and Jürgen Fitschen announced their resignations, the banks offices in Germany, France, and the UK have been searched by authorities. Deutsche Bank confirmed its offices in Frankfurt had been searched on … Continue reading

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Watch Gold

Gold 1342.10 updown+15.50 Don’t look at the price of the Dow Jones Industrial Average, look at the volume of shares traded. Likewise, look at price of gold as an indicator of financial turmoil. WHEN the economy collapses, the dollar will … Continue reading

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One Ton Gold Shipment Into Hong Kong Revealed To Contain Just Worthless Metal

Two years ago, stories of fake tungsten-filled gold coins and bars began to spread; it appears, between the shortage of physical gold (after Asian central bank buying) and the increase in smuggling (courtesy of India’s controls among others) that gold fraud is back … Continue reading

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Putin Says Russia, China Need To Ensure Security Of Their Gold Reserves

One week ago we reported that while Russia was dumping a record amount of Treasurys it was buying gold, or some 900,000 ounces to be precise. Today we learn that as Russia continues to purchase gold, and is likely taking advantage of the … Continue reading

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The Beginning Of The End Of Precious Metals Manipulation

Following a crackdown on precious metal manipulation by various European regulators (mostly Germany’s BaFin, recall “Precious Metals Manipulation Worse Than Libor Scandal, German Regulator Says“), which led to the shocking outcome that Deutsche Bank would pull out of the London … Continue reading

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Gold Is Not Money?

As Ben Bernanke told Ron Paul in a Congressional hearing: gold is not money, it is a commodity. As the civil war in Ukraine expands and the media can no longer spin it as a Russian plot, gold is up … Continue reading

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Gold Futures Halted Again On Latest Furious Slamdown

It seems the two words “fiduciary duty” are strangely missing from the dictionary of the new normal’s asset management community. This morning, shortly before 8:27am ET, someone decide that it was the perfect time to dump thousands of Gold futures contracts … Continue reading

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PUTIN SENDS THE WEST A GOLDEN MESSAGE: CENTRAL BANK OF RUSSIA CHANGES LOGO TO GOLDEN RUBLE

According to reports from Russian media, Putin appears to have sent the west a golden message in the aftermath of JP Morgan unilaterally deciding to block an official Russian wire transfer, as the Central Bank of Russia has introduced a new … Continue reading

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Japanese Prepare For “Abenomics Failure”, Scramble To Buy Physical Gold

As we reported yesterday, the world’s most clueless prime minister, Japan’s Shinzo Abe, has suddenly found himself in a “no way out” situation, with inflation for most items suddenly soaring (courtesy of exported deflation slamming Europe), without a matched increase in wages as … Continue reading

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