…From the Rabbit Hole.
Facing the threats to humanity.
Everything About This Is Strange
NEW YORK — JPMorgan Chase & Co has become the first bank to settle an antitrust lawsuit in which investors accused 12 major banks of rigging prices in the $5 trillion-a-day foreign exchange market.
The settlement with the largest U.S. bank was disclosed today in a letter from lawyers for JPMorgan and the plaintiffs and filed in U.S. District Court in Manhattan.
Terms were not disclosed.
A settlement agreement is expected to be filed with the court by the end of January.
NOTE: Interestingly planned dates – OPEC meeting in June, 2015, and SDR basket review July 2015. I see hidden plans within international monetary policy plans…
With little fanfare or notice, the CME Group has notified the CFTC that they plan to institute trading collars for Comex precious metals trading. At present, these collars are planned to go into effect on Monday, December 22.
A Goldman Sachs subsidiary allegedly shuffled aluminium stocks around its warehouses each day, lengthening storage times and bloating rental costs, which pushed up the metal’s market price and produced bigger profits.
Last week, Chancellor George Osborne said Britain is not ‘immune’ to a global economic slowdown while David Cameron said red warning lights’ were ‘flashing on the dashboard of the global economy’.
STOP Feeding The Beast.
Boycotts, Buycotts, Food gardens, Community Farms, Community Currencies, are some the things we can do…
Beware and always question everything… The perception that precious metals is a get rich opportunity may be misleading. I see PM as a insurance activity against fraudulent institutions controlling national currencies (RISK), the money masters and their puppets. The Money…
Also, recall that U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew urged G-20 Nations to Avoid Competitive Devaluations 3 weeks ago…
Lew singled out China, urging the world’s second-largest economy, to let the [U.S. controlled market] set the value of the yuan.
“Plunge Protection Team” was the nickname given to the Working Group by The Washington Post in 1997. The team was initially perceived by some to have been created solely to manipulate the markets.