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MessagePosté le: Mar 16 Avr - 11:03 (2013)    Sujet du message: Convulsions mortifères des marchés financiers Répondre en citant

Les ventes à découvert de 6 Milliards de dollars  sur l'or évoquées par Sannat dans son article ont également dû être accompagnées de ventes identiques de la part d'acteurs comme Goldman Sachs qui recommandaient ce type de stratégie depuis une semaine environ . 

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shadok a écrit:

Les ventes à découvert de 6 Milliards de dollars  sur l'or évoquées par Sannat dans son article ont également dû être accompagnées de ventes identiques de la part d'acteurs comme Goldman Sachs qui recommandaient ce type de stratégie depuis une semaine environ . 
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Breaking Italian police have seized $2.35 billion from Nomura in Monte dei Paschi investigation, prosecutors say.

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MessagePosté le: Mar 16 Avr - 11:50 (2013)    Sujet du message: Convulsions mortifères des marchés financiers Répondre en citant

Why CDS Don't Work for Slovenia
By Serena Ruffoni


Slovenia may or may not be next after Cyprus to join the euro-zone bailout club, but one thing is increasingly clear: trying to track stresses on the country through the cost of insuring its debt against default is a waste of time.
Last week the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development warned that Slovenia’s bank recapitalization costs could be much higher than the country has previously indicated. The European Commission said the level of debt of its corporate sector is worrying. Analysts are warning their clients that the country could need bailing out. Its government bonds have suffered some ugly, if brief, declines in recent weeks.
During this time, the levels of Slovenian credit default swaps, or CDS to their friends, has risen, indicating growing investor concerns over the country’s risk of default. Monday, the CDS rate was hovering around record levels, at 380 basis points, which means it costs $380,000 a year to insure $10 million of Slovenian debt for five years.
When the Greek crisis first blew up in early 2010, CDS were the premier fear gauge. Even when Italy and Spain were at the forefront of investors’ worries in mid-2012, CDS were a sensible barometer.
But the same does not apply for Slovenia. For one thing, at 380 basis points, Slovenian CDS is nowhere near crisis territory. Spanish and Italian levels jumped above 500 basis points last year, and even now, Portugal trades at 420 basis points.
In any case, looking at Slovenia’s credit default swap levels is not of much use.
Slovenia has very few international bonds, and many of them are issued under local law, which makes it tricky to create CDS contracts. More than 800 contracts are in place for Slovenia’s debt, but they are so illiquid that often data providers cannot put together a live quote. Without that, tracking small shifts is pointless.
What’s more, trading in CDS ain’t what it used to be, since investors were barred from buying CDS on European Union sovereign bonds that they do not own in November 2012, all in an effort to avoid undue falls in government bonds.
Some countries’ CDS remain fairly liquid, but Slovenia is not one of them.
The pros and cons of this ban on so-called naked CDS trading are still up for debate. The International Monetary Fund questioned the logic in a study last week. It said the ban does not appear justified and it may ultimately may “reduce investor interest in the underlying bond market of many countries, raising the costs of debt issuance there.”
Illiquid bonds and even more illiquid CDS make the ebbs and flows of Slovenian strains hard to pinpoint.
But there’s a bright spot: If naked CDS trading was still around, Slovenia could be in much hotter water. At the margin, assuming the EU is right about CDS prices negatively affecting cash bond prices, the ban could be helping Slovenia’s borrowing costs.
 


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MessagePosté le: Mar 16 Avr - 17:18 (2013)    Sujet du message: Convulsions mortifères des marchés financiers Répondre en citant

From COMPANIES 1:43pm Italian police seize assets from Nomura Probe into Monte dei Paschi losses on derivatives deals widens
Italian police have seized €1.8bn of assets from Banca Nomura International, a unit of Nomura Holdings, as part of a widening criminal investigation into alleged financial malpractice at Monte dei Paschi di Siena.
Prosecutors said they had also put Sadeq Sayeed and Raffaele Ricci under investigation for allegedly obstructing judicial investigations and a possible violation of market rules when they were executives at Nomura.


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Mr Sayeed and Mr Ricci could not immediately be reached for comment. Nomura declined to comment. The Japanese bank said in January that it had “acted fairly and responsibly with the client at all times, and strongly refutes any suggestion to the contrary”

Prosecutors said they had also seized money from three former executives of the Tuscan bank. They seized €2.3m from the lender’s former chairman Giuseppe Mussari; €9.9m from former chief executive Antonio Vigni; and €2.2m from former senior executive Gianluca Baldassarri.
The swoop comes after Italian police searched Nomura’s offices last month as part of a wider investigation by prosecutors in Siena into losses related to the use of two derivatives transactions and separate allegations of bribe taking by the bank’s former executives.
Monte dei Paschi’s new management, led by Alessandro Profumo, is also suing Nomura and Deutsche Bank to try to recoup losses on two derivatives deals known as Alexandria and Santorini. Both banks contest the claims.
Prosecutors said the seizures they made on Tuesday include €1.7bn of collateral given by Monte dei Paschi to Nomura for a loan that relates to the Alexandria transaction and €88m in commissions received by Nomura.
Monte dei Paschi, which was given an emergency €4bn government loan this year, has lost nearly a quarter of its value over the past 12 months.
Shares in the bank, which considers itself to be the world’s oldest, have tumbled since it revealed over Easter that it had lost “several billions” of euros in deposits in February.

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COMMODITIES
The day gold died

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Comex gold over past three years.


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15 April 2013 Gold Daily and Silver Weekly Charts - Brutal Sell Off


What is going on in the precious metals markets is apparent to those who look at the trading patterns, the volumes, and the open interest.

The only thing that is lacking is the exact reason, the motive for this, the disaster that has been averted, or the corruption and decay that is being concealed. 

The trading gains are the pay for the hired hands. 










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