For those who think nothing is happening, there are many behind closed doors events that are causing panic among the money masters.
Financial Investigations are crossing all borders to include Australia, Asia, Europe, Africa, and the Americas. Predictably the same institutions are involved: HSBC, Barclays, Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), Deutsche Bank, UBS, Citi, JPMorgan Chase, and others…
While events are happening at a snail’s pace, it is preferable when compared to the dangerous catastrophe of a sudden and complete collapse of the global monetary system.
The slew of executive financiers unexpected deaths may be a symptom, slumping consumer spending and mounting distrust in institutions are more symptoms of the crumbling control of the financial terrorists and money masters.
The People on Earth now have evidence that everything is rigged.
The trend is to withdraw saving deposits and your support in the corrupt global system.
Also recall the failures of the Federal Reserve to deliver Germany’s gold bullion and BaFin‘s investigations of LIBOR, FOREX, and other Market Rigging schemes by the Big Banks.
“Currency traders are now sitting in an unprecedented and unwelcome spotlight,” said John Purcell, chief executive officer of Purcell & Co., a London-based executive-search firm. “Regulatory pressures, scandals and attendant reputational issues are making it a much more challenging environment.”
“The bankers have been getting away with unbelievable fraud because they have been blackmailing government arguing who will sell their debt if they go down. The days of these bankers are really coming to an end.” –Armstrong Economics
Currency Market Unsettled by Trader Exits on Lawsky Probe
bloomberg.com reported Feb 5, 2014:
The foreign-exchange trading business was in upheaval across Wall Street as senior executives resigned and others were fired amid an expanding probe of possible currency manipulation.
“At least 16 traders have been suspended or put on leave amid the global probe. Citigroup last month fired European spot trading chief Rohan Ramchandani.”
Deutsche Bank dismissed three New York-based traders following an internal investigation, a person familiar with the matter said yesterday. Diego Moraiz, who dealt in Latin American currencies, Robert Wallden, who was questioned by the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation last year about his electronic communications concerning foreign-exchange markets, and Christopher Fahy were fired for inappropriate communications, according to the person.
The bank also fired Ezequiel Starobinsky, a trader based in Buenos Aires, Argentina, a person with knowledge of the matter said. A phone call to a number for Starobinsky wasn’t answered.
“Deutsche Bank has received requests for information from regulatory authorities that are investigating trading in the foreign-exchange market,” Renee Calabro, a spokeswoman for the company, said in an e-mail. “The bank is cooperating with those investigations and will take disciplinary action with regards to individuals if merited.”
Read More: bloomberg.com