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Credit Suisse Profits Hit By Rogue Traders

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what i find funney is it's perfectly legal to plug a stock price to go up and so make a profit and yet when short players plug a price to go down then the FSA say they are breaking the law.

maybe the plan is to lower interst rates so no one has a good place to store money without trying to break even by playing the market or buying up property.

Financial institutions maybe fooling the public but they are not fooling each other and thats why we have got ourselves a credit crunch and with joe public reaching a maximium when it comes to taking on more credit then the only way i can see things going is down.

Energy prices are pushing food prices up and whilst the law prevents you from storing any amount of fule it does not prevent you from stocking up on food and hopefully a few of you will start to think what i am.

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A rogue trader in the financial system. That's like expressing surprise that your Casino contains Gambler's. All traders are rogue because they are unfettered by regulation.

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The establishment have shat themselves because the public have got hold of the idea now that the big UK banks could be in for problems. The sheeple will not react the way they are told to by Gordo, Darling, or anyone on TV, they are too spooked now, the slightest hint of a big bank going down and there will be panic. Stock up on the beans and tin foil. Newsnight last night was interesting because the guys in the main debate and Emily "I`d rather be home playing with my rabbit" whateverhername were obviously reading from a script and lying, they were all making weird eye contact with each other and taking far too many sips from their glasses of water. To my mind the whole "debate" was staged and had the sole aim of getting the viewer to believe that borderline criminals had caused the large stock price drops. If Halifax/HBOS are so solvent why don`t they raise their dividend or give mortgage holders a payment holiday or something? There is serious trouble ahead and this Rogue Trader sh*te is a desperate attempt to distract the public. Newsnight Scotland got more into the reality as discussed on here, but all the guests were long on opinion but woefully short on solutions. Gordon Brewer more or less acknowledged that we are f*cked towards the end. Even Michael Portillo on This Week said that he thought the downside was "infinitely bad" and the upside was "really bad". Nobody is denying that we are in the doo doo any more.

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This coming weekend I suspect a rogue trader is going to use my credit cards and pay for several call girls to come to his room in Prague and fck the living daylights out of him for 24hrs fuelled on a cocktail of champagne and Cocaine. ;)

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This coming weekend I suspect a rogue trader is going to use my credit cards and pay for several call girls to come to his room in Prague and fck the living daylights out of him for 24hrs fuelled on a cocktail of champagne and Cocaine. ;)

Watch out, the same guy got me last year ;)

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This coming weekend I suspect a rogue trader is going to use my credit cards and pay for several call girls to come to his room in Prague and fck the living daylights out of him for 24hrs fuelled on a cocktail of champagne and Cocaine. ;)

*******. :angry:

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