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MessagePosté le: Jeu 27 Juin - 00:02 (2013)    Sujet du message: Une histoire en or : duperie , tromperie , manipulations , falsfications de comptes Répondre en citant

Les inventaires d’or du COMEX continuent de baisser
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Les inventaires d’or livrable du COMEX ont à nouveau diminué. Lire la suite


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From MARKETS 5:20pm Gold bears eye fall towards $1,000 level Fed comments trigger selling by longer-term investors

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Gold: Is the bad news over? |



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June 28, 2013, 2:23 p.m. EDT
Gold: Is the bad news over? Commentary: Some say it has further to fall






s gold undervalued or overvalued? The question is all the more relevant now that the precious metal is trading at $1,200 an ounce, having shed $700, or 38%, over the past two years, including nearly 14% during June alone.
One study stirring much controversy among gold enthusiasts suggests it has more to fall.
The study — titled “The Golden Dilemma” — was published earlier this year by the National Bureau of Economic Research, a nonpartisan think tank in Cambridge, Mass. Its major finding is that regardless of how you define gold’s “fair value,” gold sometimes trades well above it and at other times well below. An ancillary finding: Whenever bullion deviates significantly from fair value, it eventually returns to trade at that level.
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Gold on track for worst quarter in decades
Gold price continued to slide on Friday, hitting the lowest level in almost three years.

Campbell Harvey, a finance professor at Duke University and one of the study’s co-authors, concedes that there isn’t one agreed-upon definition of gold’s value. But he says that he and his co-author closely analyzed all the criteria of which they were aware.
The list they studied included defining gold’s value as a hedge against inflation, currency fluctuations, or low real interest rates, or as an insurance policy against hyperinflation or collapse of the financial system. They found that each definition was unable to explain more than a small portion of gold’s price swings over the shorter term.
While this finding is frustrating to traders who want to forecast gold’s shorter-term moves, gold is hardly different in this regard than the other major asset classes.
Consider the price/earnings ratio, a popular valuation metric for equities. According to research conducted by Cliff Asness, co-founder of AQR Capital Management, which oversees $80 billion, the P/E ratio historically has been unable to explain more than 5% of the variation in next-year stock-market returns.

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Banks Charged Over Derivatives Trading European antitrust authorities charged 13 investment banks with colluding to prevent the lucrative global business of trading credit derivatives from moving onto regulated exchanges and away from markets controlled by the banks themselves.

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commerce 15:34
Les Etats-Unis mettent en place de nouvelles sanctions contre Téhéran
La vente ou l’échange d’or avec l’Iran peuvent depuis lundi être sanctionnés par les Etats-Unis. Une loi entrée en vigueur lundi vise à empêcher l’Iran d’exporter du pétrole en échange du métal précieux


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matières premières lundi8 juillet 2013
Les raisons du plongeon du métal brillant «L’or n’est pas le refuge lors de faillites bancaires», insiste Mourtaza Asad-Syed, responsable de la stratégie d’investissement de la Société Générale Private Banking, à Genève. (Keystone)


L’or perd un quart de sa valeur depuis avril, une baisse historique. Le basculement serait lié à la nouvelle donnée monétaire mondiale. Certains y voient des manipulations
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    Gold correction may be mostly done: Deutsche Bank


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Paulson’s gold fund is down 65% this year

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A Shuffle of Aluminum, but to Banks, Pure GoldBy DAVID KOCIENIEWSKI 5:03 PM ET
Regulators have allowed banks to buy companies that trade in commodities, resulting in huge profits for the banks and billions in higher costs for consumers.

 
Aluminum ingots waiting to be shipped from a processor. Financial institutions like Goldman Sachs have used industry pricing regulations to earn millions of dollars each year. 
By DAVID KOCIENIEWSKI Published: July 20, 2013 387 Comments
MOUNT CLEMENS, Mich. — Hundreds of millions of times a day, thirsty Americans open a can of soda, beer or juice. And every time they do it, they pay a fraction of a penny more because of a shrewd maneuver by Goldman Sachs and other financial players that ultimately costs consumers billions of dollars.
The House EdgeArticles in this series will examine the challenges posed by Wall Street’s influence over markets and the prices consumers pay.
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The story of how this works begins in 27 industrial warehouses in the Detroit area where a Goldman subsidiary stores customers’ aluminum. Each day, a fleet of trucks shuffles 1,500-pound bars of the metal among the warehouses. Two or three times a day, sometimes more, the drivers make the same circuits. They load in one warehouse. They unload in another. And then they do it again.
This industrial dance has been choreographed by Goldman to exploit pricing regulations set up by an overseas commodities exchange, an investigation by The New York Times has found. The back–and-forth lengthens the storage time. And that adds many millions a year to the coffers of Goldman, which owns the warehouses and charges rent to store the metal. It also increases prices paid by manufacturers and consumers across the country.
Tyler Clay, a forklift driver who worked at the Goldman warehouses until early this year, called the process “a merry-go-round of metal.”
Only a tenth of a cent or so of an aluminum can’s purchase price can be traced back to the strategy. But multiply that amount by the 90 billion aluminum cans consumed in the United States each year — and add the tons of aluminum used in things like cars, electronics and house siding — and the efforts by Goldman and other financial players has cost American consumers more than $5 billion over the last three years, say former industry executives, analysts and consultants.
 


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The inflated aluminum pricing is just one way that Wall Street is flexing its financial muscle and capitalizing on loosened federal regulations to sway a variety of commodities markets, according to financial records, regulatory documents and interviews with people involved in the activities.
The maneuvering in markets for oil, wheat, cotton, coffee and more have brought billions in profits to investment banks like Goldman, JPMorgan Chase and Morgan Stanley, while forcing consumers to pay more every time they fill up a gas tank, flick on a light switch, open a beer or buy a cellphone. In the last year, federal authorities have accused three banks, including JPMorgan, of rigging electricity prices, and last week JPMorgan was trying to reach a settlement that could cost it $500 million.
Using special exemptions granted by the Federal Reserve Bank and relaxed regulations approved by Congress, the banks have bought huge swaths of infrastructure used to store commodities and deliver them to consumers — from pipelines and refineries in Oklahoma, Louisiana and Texas; to fleets of more than 100 double-hulled oil tankers at sea around the globe; to companies that control operations at major ports like Oakland, Calif., and Seattle.
In the case of aluminum, Goldman bought Metro International Trade Services, one of the country’s biggest storers of the metal. More than a quarter of the supply of aluminum available on the market is  kept in the company’s Detroit-area warehouses.
Before Goldman bought Metro International three years ago, warehouse customers used to wait an average of six weeks for their purchases to be located, retrieved by forklift and delivered to factories. But now that Goldman owns the company, the wait has grown more than 20-fold — to more than 16 months, according to industry records.
Longer waits might be written off as an aggravation, but they also make aluminum more expensive nearly everywhere in the country because of the arcane formula used to determine the cost of the metal on the spot market. The delays are so acute that Coca-Cola and many other manufacturers avoid buying aluminum stored here. Nonetheless, they still pay the higher price.
Goldman Sachs says it complies with all industry standards, which are set by the London Metal Exchange, and there is no suggestion that these activities violate any laws or regulations. Metro International, which declined to comment for this article, in the past has attributed the delays to logistical problems, including a shortage of trucks and forklift drivers, and the administrative complications of tracking so much metal. But interviews with several current and former Metro employees, as well as someone with direct knowledge of the company’s business plan, suggest the longer waiting times are part of the company’s strategy and help Goldman increase its profits from the warehouses.

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Gretchen Morgenson contributed reporting from New York. Alain Delaquérière contributed research from New York.



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CFTC has charged high-speed trading firm Panther Energy with disrupting market, in first use of new Dodd-Frank enforcement authority.




CFTC Uses Dodd-Frank Law to Charge High-Speed Trading Firm

The CFTC charged high-speed trading firm Panther Energy Trading with trading in a way that could disrupt commodity markets, taking advantage of new enforcement powers for the first time. The CFTC said the firm and owner Michael J. Coscia used algorithmic trading to engage in "spoofing," placing bids and offers with the intent to cancel them before execution, for over two months in 2011.

Panther Energy Trading agreed to a $2.8 million fine and a one-year trading ban, without admitting or denying wrongdoing.

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From COMPANIES 1:55pm Regulator drops threat to force audit rotation Big four accountancy firms score victory in resisting tougher rules
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