MS CDS - The Saga Continues

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Fri, 10/07/2011 - 14:15 | 1750415 Piranhanoia
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The best way to destroy an insolvent pustule is to praise it.  

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 19:20 | 1751458 Cynical Sidney
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just to remind mr. tchir, morgan stanley is a pos that dimon didn't want when it was offered to him for free.

MS can hide their debts under fas157/159 moving losses off their balance sheet, but this charade will not last forever

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 14:20 | 1750439 oh_bama
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I am not exposed to CDS but if they are essentially puts on debts, they should have something like a 5 delta. So an 8% move is not that trivial if the underlying(not exactly underlying but anyway) moved 33%

Can someone correct me please?

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 14:22 | 1750442 GeneMarchbanks
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MS won't fall in a day... um it will fall one day soon but it'll take a few shots first.

Wed, 01/18/2012 - 23:16 | 2076845 haibop
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let's see. junk car for cash

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 14:28 | 1750466 DonutBoy
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Seriously?  The CDS market is efficient and open?  This is a joke.  The CDS market is OTC, with no clearing exchange, and no common disputed settlement mechanism short of a trial.  It is massively profitable to brokers because it's inefficient.  These are private insurance policies sold by firms who are not capitalized or regulated for selling insurance but would like the premiums nevertheless.

 

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 14:41 | 1750523 oh_bama
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What are you talking about?

ALL BANKS ARE WELL CAPITALIZED AND HAVE ENOUGH CAPITAL TO SETTLE YOUR TINY BET!!

Are you talking abuot the casino not able to pay your bets? WHAT A JOKE!~~

Mon, 12/26/2011 - 17:11 | 2012190 haibop
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the game between huge and tiny fish. Matt Huston Ex2

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 14:57 | 1750587 strannick
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[The CD Market is] private insurance policies sold by firms who are not capitalized or regulated for selling insurance but would like the premiums nevertheless.

Dont worry. The CD market along with other derivatives is regulated by the CFTC through its Commisioners and Chairman

jsommers@cftc.gov ;

MDunn@cftc.gov ;

Somalia@cftc.gov ;

ggensler@cftc.gov ;

Chilton, Bart

Likewise if there was any manipulations in the COMEX gold and silver market market which they also regulate, surely they would let us know?

If you have any concerns about the efficiency or sensibility of the CFTC's performance on derivatives and precious metals, be sure to email the Commisioners at the emails listed above. Dont hold your breath waiting for a reply, unless you work for a bank.

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 14:36 | 1750483 JR
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Speaking of The Saga, from AIG to Bank of America, the CDS market is nothing if it’s not “efficient.”

Bank of America has become a virtual financial nuclear waste dump where toxic materials from all over the criminal banking network can be deposited and, then, when BofA is forced to sink the toxins sink with it.

Bank of America, the largest retail banking establishment in 2008 with substantial real estate value, had repeatedly refused to play the bailout game until threatened by Fed Chair Bernanke and Hank Paulson, then U.S. treasury secretary cum Goldman Sachs CEO credentials.

And for BofA, it’s been downhill ever since.  And now every Wall Street-connected columnist, economist and blogger has joined in the “trample-them-while-they’re-down” strategy.

By now all of the investment bank sympathizers are praying that BofA will succumb to the rumors, law suits, threats and lies and will sink into oblivion to take their bad paper to the bottom.  Then, when the sun comes out and shines on the new Bank of America, its new owners will be the Goldmans and the Morgans—both JP and Stanley.

Here is how Mayor Bloomberg used Bank of America once again today as the bankers’ yom kipper (scapegoat) while reporting on the growing anti-Wall Street protests that have spread across the country from New York to San Francisco.

Protesters criticized the government for propping up hobbled financial giants, including Citigroup Inc. (C) and Bank of America Corp. (BAC), with a $700 billion taxpayer-funded bailout in 2008, while leaving Americans to struggle with unemployment, depressed wages, soaring foreclosure rates and slashed retirement savings.”

Then, when you click on Bank of America Corp. (BAC), the grinning (Mayor) Bloomberg shows you Bank of America’s plunging stock price.

As Ben Stein put it, the "nimble Goldman" (likening it to the KGB) never pays for its crimes.

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 14:40 | 1750522 Troll Magnet
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michael bloomberg is a douchebag. yeah, talk your game while sending out your dog hounds to beat up and arrest innocent & peaceful protesters. asshole...

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 15:30 | 1750743 ToNYC
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First oder of survival of any group is to expose the agent-provocateurs ready to oblique the weak and keep the old paychecks right on schedule.

Wed, 02/15/2012 - 23:52 | 2164764 haibop
Fri, 10/07/2011 - 14:33 | 1750489 mvsjcl
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Peter, you're still talking "solutions?" Really?

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 14:39 | 1750511 totem
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> Anyways, I hope Europe works on some serious solutions this weekend

"Hope?"  It sounds like someone is getting ready to run for president!

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 14:53 | 1750580 Linus2011
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rediculous to assume these eurocrats are doing anything good. the more they work on solutions for cross transfers, the worse it will get. especially for germany. whenever the "angry germans" step out of their holes and organize the whole european project will fall within 2 weeks.

Mon, 09/03/2012 - 12:51 | 2757913 haibop
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agree cmo network

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 14:44 | 1750537 PicassoInActions
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For those who bored with the slow market crash...

 

http://gizmodo.com/5847651/how-does-an-entire-bridge-go-missing

 

At least some1 was original

 

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 14:49 | 1750563 kito
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 It is clear that the credit analysts, who once again are good predictors of the future, have done their homework and decided that Morgan Stanley is safe.

 

so is zh posting an "in your face tyler" response regarding the stability of ms? not sure i understand. is peter saying that tyler didnt do his homework? that maybe tyler used cliffs notes?

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 18:32 | 1751356 slewie the pi-rat
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no, kito, but who can tell at this point in the week?

peter seems to have left off the <sarc> tags due to something dripping onto his keyboard...<sarcasm>?<

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 14:52 | 1750577 Quinvarius
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So they got a 0%loan from the Fed.

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 14:53 | 1750582 buzzsaw99
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does anyone want to buy a bazillion dollars worth of cds? i am selling at 10% below market. Anyone? Beuller?

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 15:20 | 1750705 Manthong
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No, but for only 2% of a bazillion I'll insure the guy that buys them from you against any defaults.

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 15:32 | 1750756 ToNYC
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Mortimer Duke buys from Randall Duke. All Your Rights Reserved.

Tue, 12/27/2011 - 14:48 | 2014218 haibop
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sounds a good deal... get your wife back

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 15:49 | 1750826 Dr. Engali
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What I find "interesting" is that earlier this week, the CDS market was full of manipulative bears who were attacking an otherwise great company,

Otherwise great company? Seriously?

 

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 16:02 | 1750905 daily bread
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I'd like to set up a business to sell CDS.  Since the powers that be have arranged matters so that "credit events" can never again happen, it seems like an operation with no downside.

Fri, 10/07/2011 - 20:49 | 1751689 Youri Carma
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Will Morgan Survive?

A failure to learn lessons from the past is part of the reason why Rickards believes Morgan won’t be skipped over in the doomed list of dominos.

“I’m not picking on Morgan Stanley,” said Rickards. “I don’t think they’re more or less deserving than anybody else. I don’t think they’re any more badly managed. I just think they’re next.”

Read more: http://www.foxbusiness.com/industries/2011/10/06/will-europe-transform-morgan-stanley-into-lehman/

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