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Ritholtz.com

If you take a look at these charts I think you will understand why Meredith Whitney, Nassim Taleb, and Nouriel Roubini are so worried about the state of banking in the US and EU. The charts cover 2007 to 2009.

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Market-Ticker.Denninger.net/

If a hedge fund defaults to the Fed, its collateral is the securities themselves. There also are no margin calls, meaning the Fed can't demand additional payments of cash from borrowers if the underlying securities fall in value.

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Mises Institute

Since August 15, 1971 the US dollar has been an irredeemable paper currency. Every irredeemable paper currency in history has failed. Yet, the experiment of the US dollar and the rest of the fiat paper world continues.

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Market-Ticker.Denninger.net

Is this a capitalist system or is it a communist one? Do we have a rule of law? Are regulations transparent, clean, and above-board, or have we become a command economy worse than the former USSR in which private property is literally destroyed and

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FinancialTimes.com

The Treasury Borrowing Advisory Committee expressed concern on Wednesday over the sharp jump in net borrowing needs – which market analysts estimate could reach $1,500bn to $2,500bn for the 2009 financial year.

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 It is rare that Freedom's Phoenix - which bills itself as an outside-the-box/major media - runs an article that reads like it could be disinformation from Fox News itself. Mr. Sumcads' articles on the Fed are uninformed, belligerent, and con

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Market-Ticker.denninger.net

Obama says he's going to blow $1 trillion on a "stimulus" package, the other $350 billion of the TARP was released, the GAO says we're going to run well north of a Trillion in deficits, and people are wondering why the bond market e

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Washington Post

Congress is moving to create strong new oversight of the financial sector that would likely give the Federal Reserve authority to examine the workings of a wide range of companies in an attempt to address one of the key failures that led to the finan

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Bloomberg.com

“Given that they have $4.5 trillion of risk out there, $100 billion is a drop in the bucket,” Miller said. “Given the fact that their risk profile on these loans is greater than they led everyone to believe, greater than $100 billion in losses on eac

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CaseyResearch.com

The combined affect is a “circular bailout” with the Treasury borrowing… in order to lend money to banks… that then lend it back by purchasing more Treasuries. Of course, the expense of this entire bailout scheme ultimately falls onto the back of the

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