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J.P. Morgan Will Pay $410 Million to Settle Electricity-Market Case

J.P. Morgan Chase agreed to pay $410 million to U.S. energy regulators to settle accusations that the banks' traders manipulated electricity markets in California and the Midwest.

The nation's largest bank by assets didn't admit wrongdoing as part of the settlement.

J.P. Morgan will pay a $285 million penalty to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, known as FERC, and give back $125 million in profit. The bank will also relinquish roughly $200 million in claims against the California electric-grid operator.

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Big Banks Conspiracy is destroying U.S.
Global banks are manipulating every market they touch and their toxic behavior is killing the dream of capitalism, writes Paul B. Farrell.
 
By Paul B. Farrell, MarketWatch
SAN LUIS OBISPO, Calif. (MarketWatch) — Imagine 100 Goldman Sachs banks running America and the world. It’s happening. Forget politicians, Big Banks rule the world.

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Today every bank is a Goldman Sachs wannabe.

It was just a few years ago in “The Great American Bubble Machine,” a Rolling Stone feature, that Goldman was indicted by Matt Taibbi: “The first thing you need to know about Goldman Sachs is that it’s everywhere. The world’s most powerful investment bank is a great vampire squid wrapped around the face of humanity, relentlessly jamming its blood funnel into anything that smells like money.”
Yes, till recently Goldman Sachs was boss, everywhere, the “world’s most powerful bank.” Taibbi: “From tech stocks to high gas prices, Goldman Sachs has engineered every major market manipulation since the Great Depression.” What an indictment.
Today every bank in the world is a Goldman wannabe. That’s capitalism at its peak. All competing to be the world’s most powerful bank. Seriously, look around: Your world really is dominated by this amazing new innovation emerging from capitalism — a bizarre conspiracy of Big Banks, maybe a hundred Goldman wannabes. These new Big Bank capitalists are rewriting the history of the world.
But we’re getting ahead of the story. Let’s review Goldman Sachs role in creating this new Big Banks Conspiracy.
Goldman Sachs, now the role-model for all global Big BanksIn “The Great Bubble Machine,” Taibbi says Goldman was the mastermind behind every great bubble in American history since it was founded in 1869 by Marcus Goldman and his son-in-law Samuel Sachs. Yes, one bank gets blamed for America’s amazing history: Bubble 1: the Great Depression. 2: tech stocks. 3: the housing craze. 4: $4 a gallon gas. 5: rigging the bailout ... and now the latest Bubble 6: Global Warming.
Example: early on in this indictment, Taibbi focused on a chapter in John Kenneth Galbraith’s classic “The Great Crash, 1929,” titled “In Goldman Sachs We Trust” where the Harvard economist singles out Goldman’s “Blue Ridge and Shenandoah trusts as classic examples of the insanity of leverage-based investment. The trusts, he wrote, were a major cause of the market’s historic crash; in today’s dollars, the losses the bank suffered totaled $475 billion.”
That’s almost a half trillion in today’s dollars, prompting Galbraith to add: “It is difficult not to marvel at the imagination which was implicit in this gargantuan insanity ... If there must be madness, something may be said for having it on a heroic scale.”
That’s Goldman Sachs key to success, crazy like a big fox, a mad money machine, an awesome Bubble Machine, making history, dominating the world from America.
Goldman Sachs mantra for domination: ‘Madness on a heroic scale’Yes, Goldman Sachs’s reputation for over a century has been grown with this “madness on a heroic scale,” winning big because of its “gargantuan insanity,” constantly pushing the boundaries of ethics, integrity and morality while year after year since 1869 this “great vampire squid” keeps winning big.
So Goldman Sachs is the gold standard against which all other banks must compete, the front-runner in profits and wealth creation, the role model that defined the moral code necessary for competing in today’s financial world.
Goldman possesses a certain bold madness and borderline ethical behavior that today has not only been adopted by all its competitors on Wall Street but has also become the moral code running the collective brain of capitalists everywhere, corporate CEOs and Washington politicians.
And today it is being rapidly adopted by business and political leaders across the developed world, wannabes all competing, fighting to be the next Goldman Sachs.
 
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All Big Banks now competing to be next Goldman Bubble Machine

Get it? Every bank in the world is now a Goldman wannabe. A subtle conspiracy. That’s globalization and capitalism at its best, all competing for a piece of the action, for the top spot formerly held by Goldman Sachs. Yes, a few short years ago Goldman Sachs was “the world’s most powerful investment bank.”
Today’s world includes four Wall Street banks each with assets over $1 trillion, each more than Goldman. Plus eight other big global banks each have over $2 trillion total assets, including, among the 100 largest, Barclays, HSBC, Deutsche, ICB-China and Japan’s Mitsubishi.
Yes, this new world is changing fast. Back in 2008 the world’s financial banks were in ruins. Wall Street sunk into virtually bankruptcy. Goldman and its Wall Street too-big-to-fail co-conspirators had trashed the global economy, triggered a virtual depression, and Wall Street’s casinos lost over $10 trillion of Main Street retirement funds.
But thanks to their Trojan Horse in Washington, Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson, a former Goldman Sachs CEO, the banks were able to deceive, con and manipulate Congress into bailing out not only Paulson’s old firm, but all his buddies in the Wall Street banking community, by giving away over $30 trillion of free cheap money, to be paid for by future generations of taxpayers, investors and a high-unemployment, weak recovery.
Yes, the Goldman Bubble Machine phenomenon turned into a rapidly spreading virus after 2008, infecting all banks worldwide. How? Pure capitalism, competition grounded in basic human psychology, behavioral economics and neuroscience research.
As we wrote recently, this “moral bankruptcy” virus was hard-wired in the collective brain of all the world’s bankers — a virus that began a long time ago in the Goldman Bubble Machine and now, since the banking industry’s 2008 near-death experience, has morphed into the new Big Banks Conspiracy that’s taken over the world.

Mass corruption is now the ‘new normal’ for global Big Banks

Don’t believe me? Any doubts about the world domination trend driving the Big Banks Conspiracy, then go to “The Big Picture,” one of the world’s leading financial blogs run by Barry Ritholtz, author of “Bailout Nation.” Last week he posted a powerful “Washington’s Blog” on the “Manipulation” that’s is a pandemic of corruption across America and the global banking world. That analysis of “Manipulation” is brilliant. Here’s a summary:
But before you read: You must mentally translate all references to “manipulation” into what they really mean, phrases like: corruption, scam, con job, gaming, cheat, fraud, price-fixing. Why? Because that is the real meaning: Wall Street and the world’s Big Banks are not merely engaged in “manipulations” common in commercial transactions.
The banking industry is engaged in a subtle conspiracy of unethical, immoral, dishonest, corrupt, illegal, and outright criminal behavior, for profits ... cheating investors and taxpayers, conning the government, buying off politicians and setting America up for a massive crash, bigger than 2000 and 2008 combined. Their rationale? That’s the logical next phase for capitalism!
Far worse, this dark behavior has already metastasized far beyond the pre-2008 actions of the Goldman Sachs Bubble Machine. Today this behavior is everywhere. “Everything is rigged.” This corrupt behavior is so pervasive among banks, even the American people seem to accept it as part of our economic “new normal.”
Yes, this behavior is so common not only do bankers believe it is essential to compete in today’s capitalist world, their clients in Corporate America and throughout the global business world accept it.
Big Bank Conspiracy has ‘broken virtually every law on the books’
Today, “big banks manipulate every market they touch ... huge government subsidies were used for speculation ... throwing money at banks doesn’t help the economy.” In fact, despite his delusion of saving the world economy, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke’s policies were “a major source of the crisis.” To stabilize the economy we need to “break up the banks,” but unfortunately “the big banks own D.C. politicians.”
The Washington’s Blog on “The Big Picture” is the must-read of 2013. exposing how Wall Street and the banking world are taking over America. Read some of their more than 50 links to all the toxic examples of the banking conspiracy driving our world to the third market crash of the 21st century, a collapse of the economy and the Great Depression II.
Beyond the tens of millions of overcharges in energy markets, Wall Street’s “Big Banks have manipulated virtually every other market as well — both in the financial sector and the real economy — and broken virtually every law on the books.” Yes, they’re corrupt.
Here are more examples of the Big Banks Conspiracy’s illegal manipulations: They “have been conspiring for decades to manipulate commodity prices” with a wholesale “takeover of the real economy as well as the financial system.” Their conspiracy includes widespread insider trading ... rigging Libor interest rates for $800 trillion in assets, which still hasn’t stopped ... price-fixing the $1,200 trillion derivatives market ... currency markets are “massively rigged” ... gold, silver and oil prices are illegally fixed ... Today virtually “everything can be manipulated through high-frequency trading ... stocks, bonds, options, currencies and commodities.”
The 50-plus examples of the Big Banks Conspiracy also includes: Price-fixing of billions in fraud against local governments and pension funds ... bogus fees to store gold bullion, without ever owning gold ... frauds in mortgage origination fees ... cheating homeowners in foreclosures ... charging unlawful mortgage fees ... pushing bad investment deals “then betting against the same investments.” ... illegal front-running and “wash trades” ... “participating in various Ponzi schemes” ... “cooking their books” ... and “bribing and bullying rating agencies to inflate ratings on their risky investments.”
Bottom line: Goldman Sachs has become just another second-stringer in the new global Big Banks Conspiracy as capitalism appears about to self-destruct Adam Smith’s ideal and trigger the third major market crash of the 21st century, followed by a collapse of the economy, driving America and the world deep into a new Great Depression. Be prepared.

Paul B. Farrell is a MarketWatch columnist based in San Luis Obispo, Calif. Follow him on Twitter @MKTWFarrell.


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The main culprit of the financial crisis — mechanical economic models
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Regulators, bankers, and ratings agencies bear much of the blame for the crisis. But the near-meltdown was not so much a failure of capitalism as it was a failure of contemporary economic models’ understanding of the role and functioning of financial markets – and, more broadly, instability – in capitalist economies …
After Lehman’s collapse, former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan testified before the US Congress that he had “found a flaw” in the ideology that self-interest would protect society from the financial system’s excesses …

That belief can be traced to prevailing economic theory concerning the causes of asset-price instability – a theory that accounts for risk and asset-price fluctuations as if the future followed mechanically from the past. Contemporary economists’ mechanical models imply that self-interested market participants would not bid housing and other asset prices to clearly excessive levels in the run-up to the crisis. Consequently, such excessive fluctuations have been viewed as a symptom of market participants’ irrationality. Read more…



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U.K. Expected to Name Alleged Co-Conspirators in Libor Scandal

British fraud prosecutors next week are expected to publicly name roughly two dozen traders and brokers who they believe were involved in a scheme to manipulate benchmark interest rates, according to people familiar with the plans.

Lawyers representing the U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office are due to appear in a London courtroom Monday for a hearing about their criminal-fraud cases against a former bank trader and two former brokers.

At that hearing, the lawyers plan to publicly identify other traders and brokers who allegedly conspired with the defendants to rig the London interbank offered rate, or Libor, these people say.

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Wall Street Journal Ordered Not to Divulge Names in Libor Probe


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LONDON—British prosecutors on Thursday obtained a court order prohibiting The Wall Street Journal from publishing names of individuals the government planned to implicate in a criminal-fraud case alleging a scheme to manipulate benchmark interest rates.
A British judge ordered the Journal and David Enrich, the newspaper's European banking editor, to comply with a request by the U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office prohibiting the newspaper from publishing names of individuals not yet made public in the government's ongoing investigation into alleged manipulation of the London interbank offered rate, or Libor.
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The order, which applies to publication in England and Wales, also demanded that the Journal remove "any existing Internet publication" divulging the details. It threatened Mr. Enrich and "any third party" with penalties including a fine, imprisonment and asset seizure.
The Journal received word of the order from the SFO by email at 7:18 p.m. London time. The news organization already had published on Dow Jones Newswires and the Journal's website, WSJ.com, an article by Mr. Enrich and reporter Jenny Strasburg that divulged names of traders and brokers that British prosecutors expect to publicly name next week. The article was taken down from the website but appears in Friday's print editions of the Journal circulated in the U.S. and in Asia.
The article said the government was preparing to name roughly two dozen traders and brokers, adding that prosecutors were still finalizing their plans and that the list could change, citing people familiar with the process. Inclusion on the list doesn't represent a formal accusation of wrongdoing and doesn't mean the individuals will be charged with crimes.
"This injunction is a serious affront to press freedom," said Dow Jones & Co., publisher of the Journal. "We have been left with no choice but to remove the previously published story from WSJ.com and to withhold publication from the print edition of The Wall Street Journal Europe. However, we will continue to vigorously fight the injunction in the coming days."
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Under U.K. law—which seeks to balance freedom of the press with personal privacy and the integrity of the judicial process—it isn't unusual for the courts to impose reporting restrictions on the media to prevent them from reporting details that prosecutors believe could jeopardize an investigation or case.
Even celebrities can obtain court orders to prevent the reporting about embarrassing revelations about their personal lives. In some instances, the orders are granted in an anonymous form so the media can't reveal the identity of the people who obtained them.
The situation in Britain marks a contrast to the U.S. In the U.S., court orders preventing media from reporting something are exceedingly rare, and typically would be considered only in exceptional circumstances involving, for example, threats to national security. Some other European countries have even stronger privacy protection laws than the U.K.
A spokeswoman for the Serious Fraud Office declined to comment on the court order.
Write to Cassell Bryan-Low at cassell.bryan-low@wsj.com


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News for libor scandal


  1. U.K. Prosecutors To Name Alleged Libor Scandal Co-Conspirators
    ValueWalk ‎- by Michelle Jones ‎- 18 hours ago
    The Libor scandal won't be going away anytime soon. Prosecutors with the U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office are scheduled to appear in court ...


  1. Barclays faces new Libor rigging 'review'

    Telegraph.co.uk‎ - 13 hours ago

  2. Libor Fixing Scandal: SFO Silences WSJ Journalist David Enrich With Imprisonment and Fine Threats

    IBTimes.co.uk‎ - 1 hour ago



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U.K. Scrambles to Preserve Key Libor Case
After losing the cooperation of a key defendant, the U.K.'s Serious Fraud Office is pressing hard to preserve an interest-rate manipulation case that has major implications for the agency's reputation as a financial-crime fighter.


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Dutch Lender Rabobank Poised to Pay $1 Billion in Libor Settlement
Dutch lender Rabobank Groep is poised to pay close to $1 billion to settle allegations that it participated in a wide-ranging scheme to manipulate benchmark interest rates, according to people familiar with the matter.
A settlement between Rabobank and authorities in the U.S. and U.K. could be announced as soon as next week, people familiar with the matter said.
The bank has spent months hammering out an agreement with a number of agencies on both sides of the Atlantic, people close to the talks said. The settlement would represent one of the largest in the investigation into the alleged manipulation of the London interbank offered rate, or Libor, and other benchmark rates.
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Rabobank faces near-$1bn Libor finePenalty would be second biggest in rate-rigging scandal

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Fonds Bear Stearns-Moody's, S&P et Fitch attaquées en justice
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Les liquidateurs de deux "hedge funds" en défaut de paiement de la banque Bear Stearns ont attaqué lundi en justice les trois grands agences de notation, les accusant d'avoir frauduleusement assigné des notes exagérées à des titres détenus par ces fonds.

La plainte contre Moody's Investors Service, Standard & Poor's et Fitch Ratings vise à obtenir des dommages et intérêts sur des pertes de plus d'un milliard de dollars (745 millions d'euros) subies par ces fonds d'investissement.


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