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212, 2014

Blue Point Trading Daily Market View – December 02, 2014

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Banks Can Now Disable Dead Beat Cars Owners. If it sounds like part of a Orwellian future in which repo men are now cyborgs, it is. It’s happening today and becoming a big part of the new automotive landscape. Car […]

210, 2014

Blue Point Trading Market View – October 02, 2014

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Why Today’s Banking is Fraud, with a Solution. In past Blogs (click here) you have heard me discuss, how the Fed creates wealth inequality mathematically. I would like in this Blog to go a little further with this concept, by […]

1809, 2014

Blue Point Trading Market View – September 18, 2014

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China 2014 Slow Down, canary in the coal mine? China’s central bank is injecting a combined 500 billion yuan ($81.35 billion) of liquidity into the country’s top banks, according to media reports, a sign that authorities are stepping up efforts […]

707, 2014

Blue Point Trading Market View – July 07, 2014

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BNP, I’m so sorry. France’s largest bank BNP Paribas has agreed to a record $9bn settlement with US prosecutors over allegations of sanctions violations. As part of the deal, the bank will plead guilty to two criminal charges of breaking […]

2003, 2013

Blue Point Trading Market View – March 20, 2013

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Too big to jail – the entitlement society. Eric Holder, the US Attorney General, last week confirmed that the entitlement society of our elites leaders is well in tact. Too big to fail is now even too big too jail. […]

603, 2013

Blue Point Trading Market View – March 06, 2013

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Banker food stamp programme. Lately, economists have tried to pin down exactly how much the big bank subsidy lowers big banks’ borrowing costs. In one relatively thorough effort, two researchers – Kenichi Ueda of the International Monetary Fund and Beatrice […]