Wednesday, October 1, 2008

we are now back to the risk of a total systemic financial meltdown…

The US and global financial crisis is becoming much more severe in spite of the Treasury rescue plan. The risk of a total systemic meltdown is now as high as ever

It is obvious that the current financial crisis is becoming more severe in spite of the Treasury rescue plan (or maybe because of it as this plan it totally flawed). The severe strains in financial markets (money markets, credit markets, stock markets, CDS and derivative markets) are becoming more severe rather than less severe in spite of the nuclear option (after the Fannie and Freddie $200 billion bazooka bailout failed to restore confidence) of a $700 billion package: interbank spreads are widening (TED spread, swap spreads, Libo-OIS spread) and are at level never seen before; credit spreads (such as junk bond yield spreads relative to Treasuries are widening to new peaks; short-term Treasury yields are going back to near zero levels as there is flight to safety;

Posted by malct @ 11:13 AM (556 views)
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8 thoughts on “we are now back to the risk of a total systemic financial meltdown…

  • planning4acrash says:

    It is not a crash. The bailout will cause a crash. Derivatives are not real. Bailout turns fake derivatives into cash, which will be converted into real assets, causing inflation and redistribution of wealth to the bankers and elite.

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  • planning4acrash says:

    Now think about this. There are thousands of trillions of derivatives, many times greater than the paper value of the entire world. An entire bailout means hyper,Hyperinflation and medieval scale neo-serfdom.

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  • Are you sure, p4ac? will the bailout include taking on derivatives as well?

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  • planning4acrash says:

    The bailout is for derivatives. That’s why this multi trillion bailout was masked by proposing an ever replenishing coffer of$700bn. Put another way, derivatives were created from nothing to be consolidated into real assets via a bailout. Its a big scam!

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  • p4ac – you really believe that don’t you?

    so do I !

    we’re nuts – it ‘can’t’ be true !

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  • talking of christmas – as they are elsewhere on hpc

    pantomime time will soon be upon us

    oh no it won’t

    oh yes it will

    won’t

    will

    oh shut up

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  • planning4acrash says:

    This is why derivatives: worthless, unproductive, pyramid selling paper, backed by paper, were illegal, Greenspan knew this when he legalised them mid 1990’s, its why he legalised them! You think he represents you?! They knew it wld last no more than15yrs

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  • planning4acrash says:

    But of course, there,s more to this. The profits are pay offs for those who help the crash, it is actually primarily designed as a financial 9/11 to destroy national currencies 2 b replaced by regional euro’s and 2 give world bank real global power.a NWO

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