mercredi 30 janvier 2013

Du côté de Monte Paschi

J'ai l'impression qu'on n'a pas fini de rire (jaune) avec la faillite de la 3ème banque italienne, plus vieille banque au monde...

Super Mario Noose Tightens As Another Monte Paschi Derivative Emerges; Investigation Into Bank Of Italy Opened
ZeroHedge, 30/01/2013 (traduire en Français texte en anglais )
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As we have been reporting over the past ten days (most extensively here and here), the one European scandal that gets virtually no coverage on this side of the Atlantic, remains the escalating fiasco involving Italy's third largest bank, Banca dei Monte Paschi, which gets worse by the day due to its extensive political implications - the bank is seen domestically as the domain of the frontrunning centre-left candidate, something Berlusconi reminds his followers at every opportunity, but also will likely ensnare the head of the ECB as we predicted a week ago when we noted the aggressive attempts by the Bank of Italy, which was headed by the former Goldmanite at the time, to wash its hands of having had anything to do with the BMPS fiasco (and thus by implication indemnify that other Goldmanite, Mario Monti).

Prosecutors in Trani, Italy, opened an investigation into the Bank of Italy and market watchdog Consob’s supervisory activity on Monte Paschi



Italy Crashes Most In Six Months Despite EURUSD Strength
ZeroHedge, 30/01/2013 (traduire en Français texte en anglais )
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CoNCeRNiNG BaNCa MoNTe PaSCHi Di SieNNa...
ZeroHedge, William Banzai 7, 30/01/2013 (traduire en Français texte en anglais )
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