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Volkswagen, Daimler, BMW unter Kartellverdacht: Einmal Schrottpresse - SPIEGEL ONLINE
das Wort der Industrie kein Verlass ist. [...] Problem für die Branche, von der in Deutschland fast jeder siebte Arbeitsplatz abhängt. //&! http://www.spiegel.de/wirtschaft/soziales/volkswagen-audi-porsche-bmw-und-daimler-unter-kartellverdacht-a-1159052.html - Die deutsche Autoindustrie hat sich seit den Neunzigerjahren in geheimen Arbeitskreisen über die Technik, Kosten, Zulieferer und sogar über die Abgasreinigung ihrer Dieselfahrzeuge abgesprochen. Das belegt eine Art Selbstanzeige, die der VW-Konzern nach Informationen des SPIEGEL bei den Wettbewerbsbehörden eingereicht hat. Es könnte einer der größten Kartellfälle der deutschen Wirtschaftsgeschichte werden. &! http://www.politico.eu/article/daimler-volkswagen-bmw-porsche-audi-siemens-the-dishonest-germans/
Abgasskandal  VW  BMW  Audi  Mercedes  Diesel  CO2  carbonfootprint  carbonemission  European  Union  cartel  collusion  bribery  lobby  revolving  door  neoliberal  neoliberalism  capitalism  profit  maximisation  climate  change  global  warming  climatechange  globalwarming  public  health  air  noise  pollution  Trust  governance  corporate  welfare  self-regulation  regulation  regulators  science  big  pharma  tobacco  pharmaceutical  vested  interest  Military–industrial  food–industrial  conglomerate  tax  evasion  avoidance  Glaubwürdigkeit  Journalism  journalismus  Absprache  Bundeskartellamt  Diesel-Gate  Abgas-Affäre  Porsche  Daimler  Dieselskandal 
july 2017 by asterisk2a
USA: 14 Millionen Menschen droht Verlust der Krankenversicherung - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Die geplante Gesundheitsreform der Republikaner würde schon 2018 rund 14 Millionen US-Bürgern die Krankenversicherung kosten. Zu diesem Ergebnis kommt das unabhängige Budgetbüro des Kongresses. // &! McCarran–Ferguson Act 1945 will not be repealed. //&! HBO This week Tonight about AHCA - https://www.facebook.com/HBO/videos/1152263071569367/ &! CBO estimate 24m will lose out - https://t.co/gfLoQH78mo &! http://www.politico.com/story/2017/03/obamacare-uninsured-white-house-236019
ACA  ObamaCare  DonaldTrump  AHCA  Donald  Trump  Republicans  Paul  Ryan  USA  healthcare  health  care  demand  babyboomers  ageing  chronic  sick  population  discretionary  disposable  spending  income  Demographic  bubble  insurance  collusion  cartel  lobby  Preisabsprache  bribery  revolving  door 
march 2017 by asterisk2a
Cancer drugs price rise 'costing NHS millions' - BBC News
[ capitalists love competition, but corporatists, not. they love raising profit margin ] The UK researchers said NHS negotiations with drug companies were failing to contain costs, and getting access to cheaper drugs would allow more people to be treated with more modern medicines. [...] Dr Hill said he was surprised to find several companies had consistently raised the prices of cancer treatment.
"We have found that some companies take over the supply of some generic cancer medicines and then raise the price progressively," he said. [...] As a result of the bill, companies found to be raising prices with no clear justification will be referred to the Competition and Markets Authority, and could face fines.
NHS  Cancer  monopoly  Privatisation  Austerity  STP  rationing  oligopoly  oligopol  BigPharma  profit  maximisation  cartel  collusion  WallStreet  public  health  sick  population  ageing  care  demand  Demographic  bubble  crony  neoliberalism  Exploitation  Competition  Corporate  capitalism 
january 2017 by asterisk2a
UK's most expensive city facing 'catastrophe' - BBC News
shortage of supply = unaffordable = nobody can afford to live there, work there, study there. or have to commute from out of town for 1 hour or more. // this is not only a problem in Oxford. NHS Grampian has problems of recruiting because unaffordable house prices and rents pushed up by Oil Industry and the lack of new housing. Same for teaching jobs. // all the while building companies make pumper profits and even skirt around the edges to lower the ratio of social and affordable housing they have to provide with each new big project. its in their interest, if prices were to fell, they would make less money. so they build not enough to keep up with demand at all. and not enough so each new builds profit rises because of risen demand and people willing to pay more for the same house or flat from previous year or two or three despite no real improvement in the build technically/energy efficiency wise/or architecture wise - modern, wide open, big windows. //
UK  Housing  Crisis  green  belt  Supply  and  Demand  Demand  and  Supply  property  bubble  speculative  bubbles  generation  rent  Generationengerechtigkeit  fairness  babyboomers  vested  interest  interest  groups  mortgage  market  shared  economic  interest  commuting  quality  of  life  standard  of  living  cost  of  living  city  living  disposable  income  discretionary  spending  underinvestment  productive  investment  NHS  Grampian  Public  Services  Social  Services  Tories  nasty  party  Conservative  distortion  ZIRP  NIRP  QE  hot-money  credit  bubble  China  capitalism  collusion  Policy  Makers  lobbyist  lobby  Lobbying  affordable  cost  of  entry  cost  center  cost  of  ownership  cost  of  Career  Politicians  No  Representation  democracy  interest  minority  folly  error  competitive  competitiveness  macroprudential  Buy  to  Help  to  Buy  Scheme  Right  to  Buy  fiscal  austerity  deprivation  urbanisation  urban  planning  monetary  unknown  unkown  unintended  consequences  general  election  2020  George  Osborne  David  Cameron  Toff  Privileged  Establishment  Entitlement  Millennials  generationy 
october 2015 by asterisk2a
Samsung unveils 2.5-inch 16TB SSD | Hacker News
In the HDD market there are actually just two companies: WD and Seagate. There are other brands (Toshiba, HGST) but these are not completely independent (HGST is owned by WD, Toshiba still exists mostly because WD feeds it with technology whenever they are threatened by anti-monopoly rulings, so they can say competition still exists). In the SSD market there are lots of brands, but only a few flash chip makers - so it's the same lack of competition but better hidden to the consumer. [...] One thing about HDDs is that the marginal cost to the manufacturer is basically constant regardless of size. It costs them just over $100 per drive to make a drive. The cost of making 6 or 10TB drives is all in the R&D. Large cloud providers buy drives in such large volumes that they get access to pricing that normal people don't which is why they can provide things like Youtube, S3 and Glacier without going broke. [...] Not just storage. If you go backwards through the supply chains, ...
oligopoly  oligopol  antitrust  Western  Digital  Seagate  HDD  SSD  monopoly  price  fixing  hardware  China  collusion 
august 2015 by asterisk2a
Amazon's Monopoly Must Be Broken Up: A Radical Plan for the Tech Giant | New Republic
n Thiel’s phrasing: “Creative monopolies aren’t just good for the rest of society; they’re powerful engines for making it better.” Thiel makes an important point: The Internet-age monopolies are a different species; they flummox our conventional ways of thinking about corporate concentration and have proved especially elusive to those who ponder questions of antitrust, the discipline of law that aims to curb threats to the competitive marketplace. Part of the issue is the laws themselves, which were conceived to manage an industrial economy—and have, over time, evolved to focus on a specific set of narrow questions that have little to do with the core problem at hand. [... amazon seems to do nothing illegal ...] [...] Unchallenged monopolists have little incentive to disrupt industries they already control.
Amazon  Jeff  Bezos  Peter  Thiel  oligopoly  oligopol  antitrust  Bundeskartellamt  collusion  bribery  corruption  commoditization  commodity  business  Walmart  consumer  choice  Protection  diversity  Wall  Street  shareholder  shareholder  value  competition  creative  destruction 
october 2014 by asterisk2a
Blatter nennt WM-Vergabe an Katar "einen Fehler" - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Mögliche Bestechung durch das Emirat an die stimmberechtigten Mitglieder des Fifa-Exekutivkomitees wollte Blatter nicht kommentieren: "Nein, nein, das habe ich nie gesagt." Unmissverständlich stellte der Schweizer jedoch fest, dass es offenbar "politischen Druck" aus Frankreich und Deutschland gegeben habe. "Man weiß gut, dass große Firmen aus Frankreich und Deutschland in Katar arbeiten, aber sie arbeiten nicht nur für die WM. Die WM ist eine relativ kleine Angelegenheit für Katar." ... books have been written about Olympics and FIFA World Cup backroom dealings and golden handshakes.
FIFA  Sepp  Blatter  Katar  2022  Qatar  2022  corruption  bribery  collusion  transparency  FIFA  World  Cup  governance  oversight  Soccer  crony  capitalism  corporatism  Olympics  book  Andrew  Jennings  Mafia  Russia  oligarchy 
may 2014 by asterisk2a
Pfizer and AstraZeneca: Deal or no deal | The Economist
IT'S ALL A MATTER OF DEGREE. Degree of vitality, dynamism, plurality & competition further reduced within the pharmaceutical industry in case of a M&A deal. + http://www2.deloitte.com/global/en/pages/mergers-and-acquisitions/articles/growth-through-merger-and-acquisitions.html "M&A deals intended specifically 2 enable growth fail 2 achieve their expressed growth objective." + http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/52090 /// vs. Internal Growth through start-up/entrepreneurial culture within. --->> once you are a public company, your options to facilitate growth are hugely curtailed do to the short-term thinking of money, crony capitalism >> Wall Street. /// http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AstraZeneca#Pfizer_takeover_bid + http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-27391124 + http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-27309851 | BRITISH INTEREST IS & SHOULD BE MARKET PLURALITY. From May 7th. http://bit.ly/QNgGtz - 7 days later http://bit.ly/1k5sGCg | this case; fiduciary responsibility = short-term thinking
market  plurality  Pfizer  AstraZeneca  UK  big  pharma  pharmaceutical  industry  pharma  oligopol  oligopoly  crony  capitalism  corporate  governance  WallStreet  growth  though  acquisition  M&A  mergers  merger  growth  through  merger  Career  Politicians  business  management  short-term  thinking  long-term  thinking  public  policy  antitrust  Competition  collusion  research  medical  research  public  health  policy  trust  trustagent  confidence  Science  R&D  European  Competition  Commission  Europe  regulators  regulation  governance  transparency  accountability  davidcameron  general  election  2015  GeorgeOsborne  Lobbying  lobbyist  lobby  interest  groups  national  interest  job  market  productivity  skill-biased  technological  change  skill  skills  capital  skills  knowledge  worker  White-collar  Blue-collar  Mobile  Creative  Mobile  Creatives  fiduciary  responsibility  greed  stakeholder  shareholder  unknown  unknowns  unintended  consequences  complexity  human  progress  technological  progress  humanity  post-antibiotic  era  external  threats  externalaties  externality 
may 2014 by asterisk2a
It's official: Comcast and Time Warner Cable announce $45.2B merger | VentureBeat | Business | by Jordan Novet
Comcast and Time Warner Cable are the largest and second-largest cable providers in the U.S., respectively. [...] federal regulators could challenge the deal, just as they have pushed back on mergers of big mobile service providers such as AT&T and T-Mobile. + The Tek 0096: Comcast & Time Warner Wouldn't Hurt a Fly + http://youtu.be/5UbanGbiEPA?t=9m9s + 30:06min in - all this comes back to the fight of the Middleman to try hardest to stay relevant in the future of distribution of digital content. Whether it be music, movies, tv, tv-series, and any other digital content. The future is about b2c, currently its about b2b2c. The middleman will fall away, but it is fighting back. Remove a middle man and get rid of the mark-up. + http://recode.net/2014/02/12/heres-why-the-biggest-cable-company-in-the-country-thinks-it-can-get-bigger/ + http://recode.net/2014/02/13/comcast-time-warner-cable-deal-faces-significant-review-in-dc/ + http://youtu.be/bJOZEVQOfNc
oligopol  monopoly  crony  capitalism  Time  Warner  Comcast  USA  corporatism  corporate  governance  corporate  media  NBC  generalelectric  GE  antitrust  collusion  infrastructure  investment  infrastructure  middleman  Music  Industry  Hollywood  Entertainment  Industry  Entertainment  Games  Industry  ISP  digital  content  digital  economy  digital  natives  digital  artist  Verizon  cartel  Mafia  AT&T  Netflix  netneutrality  Net  Neutrality  net-neutrality  Netzneutralität  bandwith  metering  Internet  tiering  Internet  metering  public  policy  innovation  barriers  to  entry 
february 2014 by asterisk2a
Europe's Largest Insurer Allianz Not Amused That Central Banks Are Involved In Liborgate | ZeroHedge
"Europe's biggest insurer, Allianz, is worried about the role central banks may have played in an interest rate rigging scandal that has enveloped some leading international lenders, the insurer's chief financial officer said on Friday. "We do not find it funny, what has happened, in particular the arising implication that it is not just the banks but central banks being involved in this," Oliver Baete told a conference call with analysts. "That really gives us cause for concern," Baete added." Of course, neither the ECB nor the FED could care much, considering that Allianz would be immediately insolvent if the same central banks who manipulated Libor stopped manipulating interest rates... which is implicitly what Allianz is unhappy about.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/08/03/allianz-libor-idUSL6E8J3P9720120803
policy  folly  policy  error  unintended  consequences  deleveraging  debtoverhang  balance  sheet  recession  lostdecade  greatrecession  GFC  reflation  sovereign  debt  crisis  bond  bubble  ponzischeme  PIMCO  MarioDraghi  PaulTucker  collusion  banking  crisis  bank  crisis  MervynKing  timgeithner  Fed  BBA  BOE  NYFed  ECB  centralbanks  Stockholm  Syndrome  LIBOR  rigging  scandal 
august 2012 by asterisk2a
Li(e)bor: The Cartel Emerges | ZeroHedge
http://www.spiegel.de/international/business/the-libor-scandal-could-cost-leading-global-banks-billions-a-847453.html

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seriously sums up the story so far ... really a tobacco moment for financials. years or litigation and new regulation to follow.
collusion  cartel  LIBOR  rigging  scandal 
august 2012 by asterisk2a
Deep Into The Lieborgate Rabbit Hole: The Swiss Hedge Fund Link? | ZeroHedge
it appears that the bankers who were allegedly involved in Libor manipulation in some capacity in their previous lives working for banks, decided to quietly depart under mutually acceptable conditions and find new lives, still trading Libor and IR derivatives, in some of the best known, and even less regulated, Swiss hedge funds and private banks.

Our question then is the following: while much has been said about Lieborgate as being purely associated with the 16 BBA USD fixing member banks, just who else made money, and is the traditionally quiet and always under the radar Swiss financial community about to be exposed for having profits far more from Lieborgate than any of the BBA member banks?

- Followed up with: http://www.zerohedge.com/news/first-casualty-liborgates-swiss-expansion-has-arrived-michael-zrihen-no-longer-trading
collusion  LIBOR  rigging  scandal 
july 2012 by asterisk2a
Barofsky On Geithner: "We Should See People In Handcuffs" | ZeroHedge
Neil Barofsky continues his vendetta against NYFed/Fed/Tim Geithner

because Fed, NYFed and BOE (and BBA) knew of LIBOR rigging, and they allowed it to happen (and continue) in a system whose very survival is increasingly reliant on rampant criminality (rigging and non-transparent indicators of solvency).

Barofsky says is that Geithner and other regulators who allowed Lieborgate to proceed should not only lose their job but we should "see [Geithner] in handcuffs."
bank  crisis  banking  crisis  greatrecession  GFC  transparency  incentive  accountability  toobigtofail  NYFed  BBA  misconduct  fraud  MervynKing  PaulTucker  BOE  collusion  LIBOR  rigging  scandal  barofsky  timgeithner 
july 2012 by asterisk2a
Guest Post: The Real Libor Scandal | ZeroHedge
The latest news completes the picture of banks and central banks manipulating interest rates in order to prop up the prices of bonds and other debt instruments. We have learned that the Fed has been aware of Libor manipulation (and thus apparently supportive of it) since 2008. Thus, the circle of complicity is closed. The motives of the Fed, Bank of England, US and UK banks are aligned, their policies mutually reinforcing and beneficial. The Libor fixing is another indication of this collusion.

Unless bond prices can continue to rise as new debt is issued, the era of rigged bond prices might be drawing to an end. It would seem to be only a matter of time before the bond bubble bursts.
NYFed  Fed  BOE  fraud  collusion  misconduct  bond  bubble  LIBOR  rigging  scandal 
july 2012 by asterisk2a
BOE Minutes Show Tucker Aware Of Libor Fixing Claims In 2007 | ForexLive
BOE Minutes Show Tucker Aware Of Libor Fixing Claims In 2007
- Tucker Chaired Nov 2007 Meeting At Which Libor Rigging Was Discussed

Bank of England Deputy Governor Paul Tucker, long the BOE’s leading internal candidate for the top job when Mervyn King’s
term comes to an end at the middle of 2013, was fully aware from the early days of the financial crisis that market participants believed Libor was being rigged.

The minutes of a money markets group meeting chaired by Tucker himself back up what a participant recalls privately, that there were frank discussions dating back to 2007 involving Tucker about banks submitting Libor rates below actual rates.

“Several group members thought that Libor fixings had been lower than actual traded interbank rates through the period of stress.”

They add a cautionary note, saying “Libor indices need to be of the highest quality given their important role as a benchmark for corporate lending.”

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Everything was on the table to stabilise markets.
henrypaulson  benbernake  Fed  NYFed  NorthernRock  moralhazard  Willful  ignorance  trustagent  trust  banking  crisis  bank  crisis  credicrunch  GFC  2007  2008  collusion  fraud  misconduct  BBA  BOE  bobdiamond  barclays  PaulTucker  EURIBOR  LIBOR 
july 2012 by asterisk2a
Libor scandal: Bob Diamond resigns as Barclays chief executive | Mail Online
Memo from Barclays implies Bank of England knew about Libor-rigging scam

'Bob Diamond did not believe he received an instruction (to fix rates) from Paul Tucker or that he gave an instruction to Jerry del Missier.
'However, Jerry del Missier concluded that an instruction had been passed down from the Bank of England not to keep Libors so high and he therefore passed down a direction to that effect to the submitters.'
The FSA investigated Jerry del Missier but closed the investigation without taking any enforcement action, Barclays added.

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My Take::
During the hight of the financial crisis 2008; everything seemed to be on the table to stabilise the markets and safe the banks and rebuild confidence.

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-18688417 (3 July 2012)

Behold, the British establishment, panicked
The chairman resigns to save the CEO. The CEO makes a public threat to drag the central bank into the mire. And the previous government. And the Treasury.
misconduct  negligence  capitalism  corporate  governance  Barcap  2012  2008  lehmanbrothers  AlistairDarling  bank  crisis  banking  crisis  GeorgeOsborne  davidcameron  UK  politics  CFTC  SEC  NYFed  Fed  centralbanks  culture  BIS  trustagent  trust  confidence  collusion  creditcrunch  greatrecession  GFC  BBA  FSA  PaulTucker  BOE  barclays  EURIBOR  LIBOR 
july 2012 by asterisk2a
Bob Diamond's daughter comes out fighting for her beleaguered father with offensive Tweet directed at Osborne and Miliband | Mail Online
'George Osborne and Ed Miliband you can go ahead and #HMD': Bob Diamond's daughter comes out fighting for her beleaguered father with offensive Tweet

Nell Diamond works as an analyst at Deutsche Bank
#HMD is Twitter slang for 'hold my d***'
Mr Diamond to appear before Treasury Select Committee tomorrow
Osborne: 'Diamond resignation was right for Barclays and the country'
The American, 60, expected to receive 13.2million shares worth £22.9million
Barclays chief operating officer Jerry del Missier also resigns
Chairman Marcus Agius - who also announced he was standing down yesterday - will stay on to find new chief executive
Agius revealed he has known about Libor fixing for 'more than two years'
MPs will vote tomorrow on plans to set up a full judge-led inquiry into the bank rate-rigging scandal
Barclays release memo which points finger at Bank of England and Whitehall
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Regulators turned blind eye on matter, knowing to stabilise market, everything is on the table.
culture  banking  crisis  bank  crisis  accountability  confidence  trustagent  trust  2012  2008  creditcrunch  FSA  fraud  collusion  Fed  NYFed  PaulTucker  greatrecession  GFC  BOE  BBA  EURIBOR  LIBOR  bobdiamond  barclays 
july 2012 by asterisk2a
Is The Bank Of England About To Be Dragged Into Lie-borgate, And Which US Bank Is Next | ZeroHedge
was it in the nations interest to look over LIBOR manupulation?
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-18665080

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http://zerohedge.blogspot.com/2009/01/this-makes-no-sense-libor-by-bank.html

January 22, 2009 when the market was crashing every single day, when the world's central banks would do anything to halt the collapse in risk and asset prices, up to an including telling their host banks to lie about funding conditions, before the real QE1 was announced back in the middle of March, in which we made just this speculation.

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Three and a half years later the puzzle is no more: it was all one big epic fraud, pardon, no fraud, as the CFTC and SEC settlements never admitted or denied fraud. Let's just call it benign market manipulation of a [$350-$500] trillion market.

... many have been warning for years, the biggest market manipulation fraud in history.

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Lack of integrity left and right ...
trustagent  trust  bank  crisis  banking  crisis  banking  accountability  transparency  moralhazard  NYFed  benbernake  henrypaulson  governance  Fed  market-mechanism  market-failure  fraud  manipulation  collusion  centralbanks  BIS  GFC  Barclays  CFTC  SEC  FSA  BBA  PaulTucker  BOE  EURIBOR  LIBOR 
july 2012 by asterisk2a
Barclays bank fined $453m for market fixing - YouTube
- great report ! about things going forward and the questions asked.

Barclays share price has plunged by 17 per cent after the UK bank was hit by record fines for distorting key interest rates.

The rates concerned play a major role in international financial markets and affect how businesses and consumers borrow money.

Barclays agreed to pay $453m for using underhand tactics, including price-fixing, to rig the markets.

Other British banks also slumped on reports that the scandal was set to engulf HSBC, Lloyds Banking Group and Royal Bank of Scotland.
CFTC  BBA  greatrecession  GFC  banking  crisis  manipulation  FSA  SEC  2012  collusion  EURIBOR  LIBOR  justice  barclays 
june 2012 by asterisk2a
Breakingviews: Did Barclays leave blood in its wake? - YouTube
June 28 - Antony Currie and Breakingviews columnists discuss who may have been hurt by the UK bank's Libor lies.
CFTC  collusion  coll  manipulation  SEC  FSA  2012  EURIBOR  LIBOR  barclays 
june 2012 by asterisk2a
Libor Probe in Switzerland Examines, UBS, Credit Suisse, 10 Other Banks - Bloomberg
UBS AG (UBSN) and Credit Suisse Group AG (CSGN) are among 12 banks facing a Swiss inquest into possible manipulation of the London interbank offered rate, the latest probe into how the benchmark for $350 trillion of financial products is set.

Derivative traders working at various financial institutions might have manipulated Libor and Tibor submissions by “coordinating their behavior, thereby influencing these reference rates in their favor,” the watchdog said. “Derivative traders might have colluded to manipulate the difference between the ask price and the bid price of derivatives based on these reference rates to the detriment of their clients.”

European Commission regulators also raided banks that offer financial derivatives linked to the euro interbank offered rate, or Euribor, over possible collusion. Deutsche Bank and RBS were visited by EU officials, two people said in October.

EU regulators are “intensifying our antitrust scrutiny on wholesale financial markets,”
financialmarkets  antitrust  EURIBOR  2012  TIBOR  LIBOR  banking  kartell  collusion 
february 2012 by asterisk2a
media.bloomberg.com/bb/avfile/News/Surveillance/v2zpEry96Vno.mp3
Bloomberg’s Harper Says Bank Exposure to Europe Clouded (Audio)
Nov 16, 2011
Bloomberg reporter Christine Harper says U.S. bank investors are being kept in the dark about exposure to European sovereign default. Harper talks with Bloomberg's Ken Prewitt and Tom Keene on Bloomberg Radio's "Bloomberg Surveillance."

- ISDA - the body for CDS / Derivatives decided that greece 50% PSI (haircut) is not default,
- bc ISDA is owned by banks, if they would rule it as default scenario - everyone would have owed somebody something - which would have introduced great uncertainty, volatility, share price losses
- did it in their own interest.
= this equals to collusion in an oligopolistic market.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-11-16/jpmorgan-joins-goldman-keeping-investors-in-dark-on-italy-derivatives-risk.html
ISDA  CDS  derivatives  collusion  oligopol  financialmarket  Greece  default  2011  OTC  exposure  sovereign  debt  crisis  PIIGS  accounting  fraud  transparency  confidence 
november 2011 by asterisk2a

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