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2407, 2013

Blue Point Trading Market View – July 24, 2013

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Goldman Sachs will rescue bankrupt Detroit. By now you have all heard that Detroit wants to declare bankruptcy (still in dispute), owing $18b and after years of having its automotive manufacturing base decimated by unfair trade policies – free flow […]

2308, 2011

Bluepoint daily market view – August 23, 2011

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Bankster News !!! Well we have three stories today that go under the title of “Bankster News.”

First we have our friend at Goldman Sachs chief executive Lloyd Blankfein – remember the one doing “God’s work?” Well, he has hired the […]

2804, 2010

Bluepoint daily market view – April 28, 2010

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The Fabulous Fab, shows his face on national TV !!! Goldman Sachs officials strongly disputed barbed accusations from U.S. senators that the firm cashed in on the housing meltdown by crafting a strategy to bet against home loan securities while misleading […]

2602, 2010

Bluepoint daily market view – February 26, 2010

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The US central bank is looking into Goldman Sachs’s role in arranging contentious derivatives trades for Greece, which helped the country to massage its public finances. Federal Reserve (Bernanke), revealed on Thursday; “We are looking into a number of questions relating […]

2801, 2010

Bluepoint daily market view – January 28, 2010

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“Who stole the cookie (AIG) from the cook-ie jar? Not me, then who?” I watched painfully the Congressional hearings yesterday. It was too-ing and froo-wing by the current Treasury Secretary, Tim Geithner and the past, Hank Paulson. Both claim to not […]

1401, 2010

Bluepoint daily market view – January 14, 2010

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So it was roast bankers yesterday in the US Congress. My take on this was that they were just putting on a show for the American public to show how tough the politicians are on the bankers. Lloyd from Goldman […]