New York Stock Exchange

New York Stock Exchange: "We Screwed Up"

The story of Goldman's missing PT data has now entered the twilight zone.
Matt
Goldstein at Reuters reports
that Goldman spokesman Michael Duvally notified
him that Goldman did in fact not only perform its usual NYSE SLP domination, but also reported of this, as it does every week:

“According to the data Goldman Sachs submitted, we are certain we
were among the
top firms in terms of program trading volume for the week ending June 26.”

Goldman Sachs Responds To Zero Hedge

It seems quite a few individuals noticed our post attempting to justify some very peculiar language in not just a certain Goldman Sachs Internet disclaimer, but also the strange wording prominently featured in critical GS-client agreements. One happened to be Goldman Sachs itself. We take this opportunity to present the response by Goldman Sachs' spokesman Ed Canaday

NYSE Halts Transparency, Feels Goldman Program Trading Disclosure Is Unnecessary

In a move set to infuriate and send many Zero Hedge readers over the top, the NYSE has taken action to make sure that nobody will henceforth be able to keep track of the complete dominance that Goldman Sachs exerts over the New York Stock Exchange. This basically ends our weekly Program Trading updates disclosed every Thursday indicating that Goldman has singlehandedly captured all of NYSE's program trading.

Bondholder Group Asks Trustee To Sue General Growth Partners

Looks like at least someone will not take the ongoing criminality of the sociopathic market any longer.

From from the WSJ:

A group of bondholders have ratcheted up the pressure on General Growth Properties Inc. by asking their trustee to sue the debt-laden mall owner for payment of their past-due bonds.

Six Flags' Fate Rests With Fidelity's $100 Million Bonds

The Washington Post out with a good expose on the non roller coaster-based freefall for Dan Snyder's Six Flags.

The firm, which announced last week that its stock was being delisted from the New York Stock Exchange, faces a more than $300 million payment to preferred stockholders in August that the company says it cannot afford. Fitch Ratings recently warned that a "default is imminent or inevitable." Its shares ended the week worth 26.6 cents.

GGP Stock On Fire, Company Pleads Ignorance

The company has announced that as a result of the unusual market activity in the common stock, the New York Stock Exchange contacted GGP and requested the issuance of a public statement indicating whether there are any corporate developments that might explain the unusual activity. The company announces it is not aware of any corporate developments that might explain the unusual market activity. Maybe Ackman hired one of the laid off Simmons algo guys who is experiementing with the "never sell" program trade.

GGP Stock On Fire, Company Pleads Ignorance

The company has announced that as a result of the unusual market activity in the common stock, the New York Stock Exchange contacted GGP and requested the issuance of a public statement indicating whether there are any corporate developments that might explain the unusual activity. The company announces it is not aware of any corporate developments that might explain the unusual market activity. Maybe Ackman hired one of the laid off Simmons algo guys who is experiementing with the "never sell" program trade.