CRASH2: spooked financial markets,over-borrowed banks, and IPO bubbles at bursting point. #GrubStreetJournal #Wiki_Ballot @Wiki_Ballot

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https://hat4uk.wordpress.com/2019/09/23/crash2-spooked-financial-marketsover-borrowed-banks-and-ipo-bubbles-at-bursting-point/

https://therealdeal.com/2017/11/06/banks-are-far-more-exposed-to-risky-real-estate-loans-than-you-think-thanks-to-this-loophole/

https://twitter.com/GrubStreetJorno/status/1176340867629617152

Fed Balance Sheet in context.
A billion here a trillion there and soon we will be talking real money?

https://twitter.com/GrubStreetJorno/status/1176348275781382145

Regarding Money and Debt the two are axiomatic in the current system money is debt

https://twitter.com/GrubStreetJorno/status/1176349536555536384

https://therealdeal.com/2017/11/06/banks-are-far-more-exposed-to-risky-real-estate-loans-than-you-think-thanks-to-this-loophole/

I think it was JP Morgan who sail Competition is a sin, the concentration of wealth and scotching of enterprise is a design and not a design fault. It is by design as is the planned obsolescence to wit this documentary is well worth watching.

The Slog

DSCN0256 When an econo-financial world based on never-ending credit meets the reality of suspicion about inability to repay debt, all bets are off. Last week saw the end of the beginning of a crisis of liquidity in credit-driven capitalism in the United States. This week, more information is available to confirm our fears. As we head towards the tidying of balance sheets at the year-end, more tartan paint salesmen are about to become IPOs on already squeamish markets. The signs are not good.

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Earlier last week, The Slog ran this story about the New York Federal Reserve bailing out a liquidity-short bank (to the tune of $35bn) under its remit last Monday. The MSM around the World completely ignored the story, although several online sites soon had it. I read the Wall Street on Parade story within an hour of being tipped off by an NYC contact, so they…

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