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MessagePosté le: Jeu 21 Aoû - 04:24 (2014)    Sujet du message: Marchés Mars 2013 Répondre en citant

Fed can now never return to quantitative easing 
Trading Deck: The Fed’s actions have not had the effect that it had hoped, but to do more quantitative easing would open it up to suggestions it has little to no credibility, writes Michael Gayed.
• H-P profit slips  | H-P shows PC still alive | Whitman on PC ‘challenges’
• Republican-led states growing the fastest | Dueling Fed governors
• Video chat: Investors, don’t panic! How to make money in long run

5 outrageous billionaire shopping trips
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When billionaires want you to know they’ve arrived, they usually go shopping for something that’s extremely rare or very gaudy — or both.
• Microsoft board may draw up new game plan 

Airport scanners failed to detect guns, explosives
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Between 2009-2013, researchers were able to smuggle guns, knives and explosives past airport body scanners without detection.

JetBlue may start putting customers second
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Cowen & Co. upgrades the air carrier and says an expected management change could lead to a shift in strategy that may dent customer perceptions but improve the bottom line.

Do this if Social Security number was stolen
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If your data was part of the recent hospital information breach, take these four steps to protect yourself. 

Fed more divided on how fast jobs market improving
 Reuters 
The Fed says that when it does raise rates, it will use interest rates on excess reserves as its main tool to set the federal funds rate, mintues show.
• L.A. Little: Why the Fed may do QE again 

Retire Here, Not There: Michigan
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Good deals on real estate are prompting boomers to retire to the "Riviera of the Midwest".

1,000 wedding guests grilled over missing iPhone
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Ramzan Kadyrov, leader of the Chechen Republic, reportedly detained 1,000 wedding guests over the weekend after his iPhone went missing.
• This app keeps your kids from ignoring you 

Will Tesla become the ‘short of the decade’?
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The relentless ascent of Tesla shares rouses skepticism in yet another analyst.
• Who gets dinged if Russia bans car imports? 

5 reasons Americans are getting more unhappy
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MarketWatch taps a panel of experts to understand why people living in one of the wealthiest countries in the world are so glum.
• Most, least expensive states to live in 
• How much your paycheck is worth elsewhere 
• 10 states with best bang for tax dollars 
• 10 states where taxpayers fare worst 
• Americans only take half of their paid vacation 

Tobacco fines dwarf bank payouts for shoddy loans

The world's biggest banks have paid more than $125 billion in fines for wrongdoing tied to the financial crisis. That's a huge number — but it pales compared to what tobacco companies have paid for their transgressions.
• Standard Chartered to pay $300 million penalty 
• Wells Fargo to invest in bank-focused startups 


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Even a former mob boss doesn’t trust Wall Street
August 20, 2014, 2:48 PM ET

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A self-described former boss of the Colombo crime family in New York says even he doesn’t trust Wall Street.
Michael Franzese, who spent 10 years in prison after he was convicted on federal racketeering charges, told CNBC that even the mob has better ethics than Wall Street. At his peak, Franzese said, he generated $5 million to $8 million a week from legal and illegal businesses, CNBC said.
“I did a lot of things at times with people on Wall Street,” said Franzese. “A lot of guys are shady, and they did shady things with me, and I don’t trust them.”
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MarketWatch reached out to two industry lobbying groups but neither would come to Wall Street’s defense.

The former Mafia boss also believes there is a bubble in the market that will be ready to burst at some point, and he advises investors to keep their money out of Wall Street. But if they have to invest, make sure it’s diversified, he says.
“You have to have knowledge of what you’re diversifying in and not trust somebody else to pick those spots for you unless you know him so well and you have so much confidence and you’ve done a lot with them throughout the years,” said Franzese.
Franzese was played by Joseph Bono in the 1990 Martin Scorsese movie“GoodFellas.” The movie is described as exposing the gritty and often violent side of mob life. Franzese says he is now an author and motivational speaker.
Why should you believe anything he says?
“Business is business,” said Franzese.
“Whether you’re doing it on the street illegally or you’re doing it legitimately, there’re certain principles that carry both ways.”
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Little-known ways hackers take your data and money 


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How Wall Street gets you to believe in market magic

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Commentary: Financial hocus-pocus obscures dismal reality for investors, writes Brett Arends.
• Investor bullishness hits 2014 high 
• How to find the biggest stock-market bargains 
• 5 companies that benefit from ALS awareness 


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Goldman Sachs Close to Settling With FHFA for More Than $1 Billion
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is nearing a deal to pay a U.S. housing regulator more than $1 billion to settle claims the Wall Street firm failed to disclose the risks on the mortgage bonds it sold ahead of the financial crisis, people familiar with the matter said.
A settlement with the Federal Housing Finance Agency, which oversees Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, could be announced as early as today, the people said.
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S&P 500 breaks above 2,000 for the first time
Jaffe: You are your portfolio’s worst enemy | How to earn 4% to 15%
• Fuchs: Here's where the danger for markets lurks this week
• This central bank doesn't sound optimistic on the global economy
• Next major financial shock will be a cyberattack, says global watchdog


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This is the chart that stock bulls don’t want you to see
 
Opinion: A study of the stock market's valuation has come to a frightening conclusion, says Mark Hulbert.


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The Retail Trader Lockout - Today's 'Market' "Issues" Were Worse Than The Flash CrashSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 08/26/2014 - 21:06

For 39 minutes today, as we noted earlier, the US stock "market" broke. As Nanex details, a total of 1,384 symbols were affected as 100s of stocks trade with crossed NBBOs, practically eliminating any chance for retail traders to transact. Options market were frantic, volatility swung around like a Ukrainian border-patrol agent, and yet the US equity indices limped ever higher. For those who fear 'the big one', for those who understand market liquidity, for those who got a glimpse of what happens when large crowds meet small doors in the high-yield credit market, today's "broken" market was a cold hard lesson that few 'moms and pops' would have noticed... but from the perspective of 'ability to trade' - today's market was worse than the Nasdaq Blackout and the Flash Crash... Hedge accordingly.


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An Interview With Ambrose Evans-PritchardSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 08/26/2014 - 20:33

In this first of a series of London interviews that Lars Schall conducted for Matterhorn Asset Management this summer, Lars met up with the Telegraph's Ambrose Evans-Pritchard to discuss geopolitical tensions in the world, China's challenges, threats to the global economy and the expectations for gold.


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  • L’exposition ahurissante de la Deutsche Bank sur les produits dérivés !
    Un petit rappel puisque j’entends encore autour de moi des personnes vanter l’économie allemande, me parler de modèle allemand, tout en oubliant que ce pays est aux bottes des américains avant tout, qu’ils se sont fait braquer leur or par un pays-escrocs sans aucune chance de le récupérer, et que leur principalement banque est dans un état apocalyptique qui […]
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  • Paiement en liquide : le plafond de 300 euros entre en vigueur le 1er septembre
    Au nom de votre « sécurité », et afin de « lutter contre le blanchiment d’argent »! Ils ne se foutraient pas un peu du monde? Et de qui vient réellement la décision au fait? Car ceux qui souhaitaient lutter contre le blanchiment d’argent ont même créé un outil il y a quelques années de cela, un outil redoutable du nom de Tracfin! Et vous savez qui a créé Tra […]
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Art Cashin Warns Bulls: "History" Not On Their SideSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 08/27/2014 - 11:50

Yesterday, the venerable Art Cashin had 12 simple words of wisdom for 'traders'. Today he has a more direct warning for those watching the levitation and counting their 'wealth effect' gains...


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ECB Hires Blackrock For ABS-Buying Advice; Crushes Idea Of Upcoming QESubmitted by Tyler Durden on 08/27/2014 - 09:56
Just in case futures buying algos forgot what the regurgitated "catalyst" that activated the overnight ramp was, the ECB was kind enough to remind everyone that the main event over the past 12 hours was the Deutsche Bank leak that while the ECB will not announce outright QE any time soon, thus denying the rumor spread in the past weak by the likes of Citi and JPM, the formerly preannounced and thus already priced-in (by the EURUSD which was about to take out 1.40 a few months ago) ABS purchase program, or as DB called it "private QE" is about to be unleashed. The ECB confirmed this earlier this morning when it announced that it had appointed BlackRock, the world’s biggest money manager, to advise on developing a program to buy asset-backed securities.  In other words, Europe's largest public-sector hedge fund has just hired the world's largest private-sector hedge fund to "fix things."


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S&P 500 falls below 2,000 on wider Ukraine worries
 

• Good news and bad news on housing appear in latest GDP report
• U.S. second-quarter growth revised up | Jobless claims remain low

NATO: Russia now taking an overt role in Ukraine
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NATO says Russia has "well over" 1,000 troops operating in Ukraine today.
• Kiev says Russian troops have entered Ukraine
• U.S.: Russian denials over Ukraine are ‘absurd’ 


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5 Things To Ponder: Labor Day EditionSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 08/29/2014 - 16:34

With the Federal Reserve ending their support of the markets by October, and as discussed yesterday, corporate share buybacks on the decline; two of the biggest supports of asset prices over the last couple of years is fading.  What does this mean for investors going forward?










"Unrigged" Close Buying-Panic Saves S&P 2,000 For Long WeekendSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 08/29/2014 - 16:09

For the 6th week of the last 8, Treasury yields declined with 30Y pressing to 3.05% (and 10Y 2.32%) handles to 15-month lows. US equity markets saw volume crater as the early high-stops were run in the EU session and low-stops run in the US session before the ubiquitous EU close ramp lifted futures to VWAP and S&P cash to 2000.xx where it stayed for the rest of the day in a wholly unrigged way. Trannies ended the week red and Russell the best. The USD Index closed at 13-month highs (up 7 weeks in a row). Despite USD strength, gold and silver rose 0.5% on the week but oil was the big winner +2.4% (testing $96) as copper tumbled 2%. Credit markets closed at their wides (as stocks closed at their highs). Interestingly, once the Sept POMO schedule was released, TSYs sold off on the day to close red (but end 4-7bps lower on the week). VIX closed unch today but the ridiculous late-day panic-buying spree in futures grabbed stocks back above the crucial 2000 level for the S&P. Year-to-date, Treasuries lead +16.75% as the S&P (+8.5%) overtook gold (+6.7%) in the last few days.


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Goldman Made Loan to Banco Espirito Santo Shortly Before Collapse
Through a Luxembourg financing vehicle created by Goldman Sachs Group, Portuguese lender Banco Espírito Santo received $835 million in July, according to a prospectus reviewed by The Wall Street Journal, a time when it was nearly impossible for the troubled lender to borrow directly in the capital markets.
The transaction with Goldman is the latest instance of a Wall Street firm helping finance the Espírito Santo empire via off-balance-sheet vehicles before the Portuguese lender's demise.
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