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Showing posts with label treasury. Show all posts
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Monday, July 11, 2016

Global bonds at negative yield reach $13 trillion as the Dutch join in with the rest of the EU

We may have to rename the global bond market to ‘Fast and Furious -1.0’ because that is exactly what is happening to the expanding amount of sovereign bonds in both Europe and Japan.  Last week, bonds with a negative yield were estimated to be about $11.5 trillion, and just one week later, that amount has grown by 11.5% to now be around $13 trillion.
And the newest member to join the negative yield club are the Dutch, who’s Netherlands sovereign bonds for the first time fell to negative yields.
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Monday, April 20, 2015

If it wasn’t for America’s vassal state Japan, only the Fed would be buying U.S. debt

When China and Russia stopped buying U.S. debt and began dumping it through the offshore exchange known as Euroclear, the Fed needed someone else to step in to mitigate a complete monetization of their money printing activity.  So Washington called upon their only remaining vassal state capable of sucking new Treasury sales and conned Japan into replacing their pension funds with T-Bills.



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Monday, June 10, 2013

National Geographic documentary provides new look at money and the Fed

Ever wonder how the creation of U.S. currency and what we call money is done?  For some, their knowledge of the usurpation of the Treasury to a private bank corporation would be correct, but for most, money is simply something created by the government so that people don't kill each other trying to get something to eat.



National Geographic has created a new documentary to look at money, trust and confidence, and the history of currency in America.  From Gold to the greenback, precious metal certificates to Federal Reserve notes, the flow of money has gone from credit and value, to obligation and debt in the course of our 250+ year history.


Monday, November 26, 2012

Goldman Sachs has now completely taken over the Western world

It is official.  Goldman Sachs has now taken over dominion of the Western world.  On Nov. 27, Mark Carney, former head of the Bank of Canada, has officially taken over leadership of the Bank of England.  This now puts former Goldman Sachs employees in charge of most of the central banks in the Western economy, and in some cases, as heads of state for two European nations.


London is losing so much trust as the global financial center that Prime Minister David Cameron may need to consider an unprecedented choice for Bank of England governor: Mark Carney, the Canadian who polices the world’s financial system and has no ties to the bailouts or rigged markets tainting Labour and Conservative governments alike.

The 47-year-old Carney, who received his masters and PhD degrees from Oxford University, is no stranger to the City of London after working there with Goldman Sachs Group Inc. Now serving as governor of the Bank of Canada and the head of the Financial Stability Board, he is unscathed by the fallout from the 2008 financial crisis.

“Mark Carney is one of the brightest, most capable people I’ve ever met in global finance and central banking,” said Tim Adams, a former U.S. Treasury undersecretary who worked with Carney at Group of Seven meetings. “I’ve been around these circles a long time and he’s smart, politically savvy, a good manager and has an outstanding track record. It’s tough to find all those elements in a single person.” - Bloomberg via Zerohedge
With this appointment, Goldman Sachs former employees now control the US Treasury, the EBC, and the Bank of England.  Three of the four cornerstones of the Western economy and monetary system, and as seen in Greece and Italy, fully capable of appointing technocrats at any time to rule sovereign nations.

Monday, July 23, 2012

Pop goes the Treasury bubble

After the bursting of the housing bubble in 2007 and 2008, the Fed began to pump trillions of dollars into the markets to keep the economy out of a depression.  That money went somewhere, and for the most part, it has gone to prop up the insolvent government through the selling of Treasuries.

After 4 years, that glut of treasury buying has reached maximum velocity as yields on these bonds have fallen to their lowest levels in history.


While it seemed somewhat inevitable given the trend, the dismal reality from Europe has sent investors scurrying for the 'safety' of the US Treasuries overnight. The entire yield curve has fallen to all-time record lows with 10Y trading below 1.40% and 30Y below 2.48%. 7Y - the seeming cusp of Twist - is below 90bps now and 2Y below 20bps. The shortest-dated T-Bills still trade around 4-6bps (as opposed to the deeply negative rates in Switzerland and Germany this morning with FX risk premia expectations, and Twist+, affecting this differential). Not a good sign at all - and definitely not yield curve movements on the basis of renewed QE as we see stock futures plunging to the old new reality (as those pushing dividend yields as the 'obvious move here may note that since Friday's highs, you've lost half a year's dividend as equity capital has depreciated 2%). Perhaps the sub-1% 10Y we noted yesterday is not such a crazy idea after all... - Zerohedge


Debt and deflation.  The deathburger of a market menu.