Monthly Archives: November 2016

  1. When the First Small Piece of Shit Finally Sticks

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    30/11/2016 by Don Quijones

    Funny how so often the biggest, most powerful criminals, the untouchables, are brought down by the smallest of their crimes. The one they thought so beneath them they never bothered to think about it. Like Al Capone indicted for tax evasion.

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  2. Citigroup Whistleblower Charges Should Raise Red Flags at the Fed

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    30/11/2016 by Don Quijones

    A behemoth Wall Street bank holding hundreds of billions of dollars in insured deposits backstopped by the taxpayer while simultaneously being a charged felon is not an admirable banking business model.

  3. The Elites’ Marie Antoinette Moment

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    29/11/2016 by Don Quijones

    The Bourbons were hard to beat as the quintessential out-of-touch establishment. They have competition now.

  4. Things Are Getting Serious in Mexico’s Corporate Debt Crisis

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    29/11/2016 by Don Quijones

    In its latest report on Mexico, the IMF pointed out that almost a quarter of all of the corporate debt in circulation in the country is denominated in dollars. That’s roughly the equivalent of 25% of Mexico’s GDP ($1.1 trillion in 2015).

  5. Up To Eight Italian Banks May Fail If Renzi Loses Referendum

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    28/11/2016 by Don Quijones

    A bail-in of Italian banks would be the equivalent of political suicide for Renzi.

  6. Black-Friday-Weekend Woes End “Trump Effect”

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    28/11/2016 by Don Quijones

    Back to the Retail Quagmire. By Wolf Richter of WOLF STREET Since Trump’s victory, stocks have soared in magic anticipation …
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  7. Hit by Global Turmoil, Banks in Spain Get Jittery (Again)

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    27/11/2016 by Don Quijones

    Big Trouble in Emerging Markets. Banking stocks in Europe continue to benefit from the gravitational pull exerted by the so-called Trump …
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