More Margin Fun: LCH Clearnet Raises Margins On Irish Bonds, May Proceed With Comparable Hike For Other Products

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vs18's picture

Holy shit you're a machine

Comrade de Chaos's picture

I bet there will be ether a giant effort to place the EU dirt under the rug during the Thanksgiving weekend. That or huge degree of EU dirt will suddenly appear. I mean it started a year ago with Dubai, it's about time the sovereign crisis went full cycle and .. it's a wonderful time of the year....

Arius's picture

 

irish strippers excluded ?

all is well in lalahh land...government will take care of us...gia right!

kaiserhoff's picture

About damn time.  California, here they come!

Jones79's picture

i always wanted to know why i, as an american citizen, or anybody else here, can't trade foreign government cash bonds, as a non-institutional investor.  anybody?  awhile back i wanted to buy some australian gov't bonds and hedge the currency risk.  i guess this is the defintion of the carry trade.   

Arius's picture

 

why not simplify and buy gold?

Spartan's picture

The money seems to have been chased into Oil today...thats great news right? Another Oil price shock ($100+) should get inflation going according to the latest Fed theory.

hugolp's picture

The british government is already preparing for high oil prices. Stagflation is coming.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/liberaldemocrats/801...

TooBearish's picture

EC gonna rally now bitchez

DonutBoy's picture

Now a bunch of Euro-weenies are going to huff & puff and declare these private clearing houses are capitalist thieves and demand the creation of an EU-run clearing house to work alongside the new EU-run rating agency.

 

DavidRicardo's picture

Like, this is news?  Raising margins is textbook Mellonesque liquidation.  It is government being removed from society by the powerful.