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The Bank of England's Tucker, who has worked with U.S regulators on the cross-border hurdles to taking down an international firm said that "U.S authorities could do it today--and I mean today". The FDIC official in charge of planning for resolutions, confirmed that the U.S system is ready to handle a big-bank collapse.
Former U.S. President On Industrial Espionage: “We Shouldn’t Collect Economic Information Under The Pretext Of Security”Submitted by George Washington on 12/10/2013 19:10 -0500
It’s always astonishing how funerals and memorial services can do two things to people. They make platform for public show and then they provide the opportunity for public speaking that knows no bounds in the hope that they will be remembered for eternity.
There, everything is fixed, now go shopping...
The biggest bubble is in investors' belief that there is no risk.
“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.”
Emergency resolutions and legislation would be likely in many countries in the event of another Lehman Brothers collapse and another global credit and financial crisis.
Particularly vulnerable banks in each country are....
Commemorating 100 Years of Central Banking Fraud...
The FSB's first chairman was Mario Draghi, current President of the European Central Bank, while its current chairman is Mark Carney, Governor of the Bank of England. The inclusion of Financial Market Infrastructures means that large parts of the global financial system is susceptible to bail-in and could potentially be bailed-in including exchange traded funds.
The rate on the 10-year Treasury bond has risen dramatically. Is it priced in to stocks? Does it mean recovery, at last?
Japanese capital outflows have increased in recent months. Data out earlier today shows some country break down and we try to place that in a larger context.
Market fragmentation in combination with the maker-taker market model, and in conjunction with a dramatic period of exchange “innovation,” had resulted in a new form of artificial edge.
See why the Fed is unlikely to taper in December, but Q1 14 is much more likely. Read a preview of the highlights from the week ahead.
Janet Yellen is readying herself to take over the duties of Ben Bernanke. What can we expect from her?
Toner! Toner! Toner!