dimanche 10 février 2013

Les banques centrales en dernière ligne de défense du ponzi capital

BCE : la valse des milliers de milliards d’€
Jean Pierre Chevallier, 05/02/2013 (en Français texte en français )
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La valse des milliers de milliards d’€ continue : au 1° février, des banques de la zone ont remboursé 150 milliards d’euros qu’elles avaient emprunté à la BCE (rubriques 5, 6 et 7 de l’actif) mais elles ont encore emprunté globalement… 1 700 milliards !

Document 1 :


Le délire des Marioles de la BCE et des banksters n’a aucune limite.

Comme les dépôts de ces banques n’ont diminué que de 97,6 milliards (rubrique 2 du passif), de très généreuses et mystérieuses administrations publiques ont pu récupérer 54,9 milliards (rubrique 5),

Document 2 :


Tout va bien dans la zone euro : il n’y a pas eu de tsunami bancaire, pour l’instant du moins.



The Fed's Bailout Of Europe Continues With Record $237 Billion Injected Into Foreign Banks In Past Month
ZeroHedge, 09/02/2013 (traduire en Français texte en anglais )
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Last weekend Zero Hedge once again broke the news that just like back in June 2011, when as part of the launch of QE2 we demonstrated that all the incremental cash resulting form the $600 billion surge in the Fed's excess reserves, had gone not to domestically-chartered US banks, but to subsidiaries of foreign banks operating on US soil. To be sure, various other secondary outlets picked up on the story without proper attribution, most notably the WSJ, which cited a Stone McCarthy report adding the caveat that "interpreting the data released by the Federal Reserve is a bit challenging" and also adding the usual incorrect attempts at interpretation for why this is happening. To the contrary: interpreting the data is quite simple, which is why we made an explicit prediction: 'We urge readers to check the weekly status of the H.8 when it comes out every Friday night, and specifically line item 25 on page 18, as we have a sinking feeling that as the Fed creates $85 billion in reserves every month... it will do just one thing: hand the cash right over straight to still hopelessly insolvent European banks." So with Friday having come and gone, we did just the check we suggested. As the chart below shows, we were right.



Another way of showing what has happened: in the past 4 weeks, the Fed has injected a record $237 billion of cash into foreign banks with access to the Fed's excess reserves: a number greater than both the cash influx surge seen after the Lehman collapse, and faster and more acute than the massive build up of cash during the spring and summer of 2011 when all the Fed's brand new QE2 cash was once again, solely used to overfund European bank cash.


The result is that of the record $1.8 trillion in cash sloshing within the US financial system (consisting of US and foreign banks), a record $955 billion, or 52.6% of total is now allocated to foreign banks.


Do we know that the cash in the US financial system is purely a result of the latest open-ended QE? Yes we do, because as the chart below shows, every dollar change in excess reserves created by the Fed is tracked tick by tick by the total amount of cash held by US and foreign banks. And as the yellow area - foreign bank cash - in chart further shows, all the cash generated by QEternity has gone straight to foreign banks.



Another way of showing this correlation: the change in excess reserves vs just the change in cash assets held by foreign banks. There is no doubt on which banks' balance sheets the Fed's "excess reserves" are appearing as cash.



Etrange quand même que la FED se consacre désormais à bailouter avec ses dollars des banques étrangères... Le fait que ces banques soient surement actionnaires de la FED est surement lié. Mais c'est surtout que la FED, est le suzerain de tout le ponzi, et a acheté l'allégeance de tout l'occident en échange de sa "protection" financière... Elle doit assurer et sauver tout ce petit monde, sinon, c'est tout le ponzi qui apparaîtra nu...

1 commentaire:

  1. il y a un anonyme sur ton blog qui avait dit que la BNP est actionnaire, comme d'autres banques US, de la FED. Il y a sans doute HSBC aussi ??

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