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GoldCore's picture

Manipulative Gold ‘Fat Finger’ Or Algo Trade Worth 1.24 Billion USD

Ben Bernanke Ben Bernanke Bond Capital Markets Central Banks China European Central Bank Federal Reserve France Greece HFT High Frequency Trading High Frequency Trading Japan Personal Income Recession Reuters Trading Systems Transparency   Gold’s London AM fix this morning was USD 1,661.25, EUR 1,253.02, and GBP 1,024.70 per ounce. Yesterday's AM fix was USD 1,662.50, EUR 1,256.61 and GBP 1,021.44 per ounce. Silver is trading at $30.85/oz, €23.37/oz and £19.10/oz. Platinum is trading at $1,570.00/oz, palladium at $677.60/oz and rhodium at $1,350/oz.

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Lock ‘em Up | Fraud on the Court – In Re Delva: Fraudclosure, Fabrication, Bankruptcy and Lies

B+ Filing of two different versions of the "original" endorsed note in two different courts. Say it isn't so...

williambanzai7's picture

HeY MoE!

I am ill aware of anything... Moe Greenspan

Reggie Middleton's picture

The Death Of The Deadbeat Carriers, Part 2 - Apple Avoideth, Google Destroyeth

Apple B+ CDS fixed GOOG Google Japan Price Action Reality Sell Side Analysts Google vs .GOV vs Apple vs Telcos: .GOV keeps old way of doing business alive for current broadband cos. Roads are expensive too, but we have found ways to build them without requiring tolls at the end of our driveways.

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So Wall Street comrades, come rally;And the last great feast let us face;The Banksta Internationale unites the Banksta race!

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Bin Laden: Everyone Is Missing the Big Picture

Afghanistan Iraq national intelligence national security Neocons Obama Administration Reality Obama and Romney Are Both Ignoring the Real Issue with Killing Bin Laden

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The Market Calls BS on Spain's Efforts to Cover Its Toxic Banking Debt

default fixed Germany Greece Italy Nationalization None To give you an idea of how bad things are with the cajas, consider that in February 2011 the Spanish Government implemented legislation demanding all Spanish banks have equity equal to 8% of their “risk-weighted assets.” Those banks that failed to meet this requirement had to either merge with larger banks or face partial nationalization. The deadline for meeting this capital request was September 2011. Between February 2011 and September 2011, the number of cajas has in Spain has dropped from 45 to 17.  

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SPY The gravitas of gravity...

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How can I go forward when I don't know which way I'm facing.--John Lennon

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Investor Sentiment: It's All Good, but...

Contagion Effect Fail Federal Reserve Insider Trading Investor Sentiment Price Action Russell 2000 Rydex It's all good, and no doubt this can only mean one thing. It's clear sailing ahead. But not so fast.

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