mattmann111 November 5, 2014 at 7:09am the markets are screaming: it is done, it is done! release the rates, release the rates!!!
WEDNESDAY INTEL UPDATE Posted by EXOGEN on November 5, 2014 at 5:13am
Guesses to Exogens Picture Clues/Intel:
Vinman November 5, 2014 at 7:51am
So we're next! Patiently (or not so much) waiting in line for our turn.
What's next after this GCR for you?
Watch both houses of congress, and the shadow government (secret societies...and some not so secret)....as they hold the key to open this box.
Are you fed up....well the political scene is changing.
People that have exchanged are double-dipping.
Friends and Family is full steam ahead. But keep calm because...there are no rules.
We wait our turn.
OMEGA MAN here's the latest intel: the same ole same a holes are runnin things (into the ground) their time is over; last ditch attempts to further stall are defeated because WE ARE ONE...at least some of us are....
many reports from reliable sources have stated that this has again been held up from several various release times from recent weeks/days...this is true, we should all have been to the bank weeks ago...
however, i believe the winds are changing in our direction and we shall soon see the victory so hard-fought by those who've been bold 'nuff to divulge info that most here would never have direct live intel into without....and many have attacked that intel provider, after that which was told him in good faith, failed to come to pass...so don't ask why the intel has thinned out...you have your answer...
MDJ: For the 5th day in a row, "someone" has decided that 0030ET would be an appropriate time to be dumping large amounts of precious metals positions via the futures market. Tonight, with over 13,000 contracts being flushed through Gold - amounting to over $1.5 billion notional, gold prices tumbled $20 to $1151 (its lowest level since April 2010). Silver is well through $16 and back at Feb 2010 lows. The USDollar is also surging.
Timth2lman: My opinion for today......its gonna be pretty dern hard to come up with any more excuses now. They are out of gas I think. Short of just refusing to let it go, Get your act/plan together Gang cause its exchanging time
[xyz] Court issued an arrest warrant and bring Nuri al-Maliki LINK
sigshome » November 5th, 2014, 8:40 am Dollar 87.51
walkingstick » November 5th, 2014,
For the first time: Karkh court warrant Maliki and his secretary for murder
The court confirmed the government sources, that the second Karkh court in Baghdad , announced a call Nuri Kamal al-Maliki, former Prime Minister and his personal secretary, on criminal charges of attempted murder.
A judicial source said: "The Second Court of Karkh issued a request to bring the Vice President of the Republic of Iraq and the former Prime Minister, Nouri al-Maliki , and his personal secretary, Kata stapes nicknamed "Abu Mujahid," to look into the complaint filed against them on charges of attempted murder. "
He said observers and human rights activists said al-Maliki was able during his reign, to be judged on the clout of the judiciary in the country, which made him the first offender in the country, and accused of criminal cases and international crimes against humanity, genocide .. According to the Geneva Center for Justice.
Extensive report in which Justice Center revealed serious criminal information, documents and records condemns al-Maliki of war crimes, as a measure of arbitrary arrests and collective campaigns without any warrant of arrest, and the high rates of death to record levels scary, in addition to increasing the assassination operations against specific people, including heads of clans The imams and journalists. Many of the victims were opponents who abducted from their homes by men dressed in military uniforms and using military vehicles.
Iraqi jurists and confirms, that the owners of hundreds of cases, individuals, organizations and groups, preparing to prosecute al-Maliki , for crimes and violations of operations and administrative corruption, and they are waiting for the opportunity to provide Athbatadthm Dlaúlhm and condemning the former prime minister.
The lawyer said (AJ), in an exclusive interview with the network that motionless, said: "Maliki breach of all the terms of the Geneva International Convention --IV, known as the protection of civilians during conflicts and local armed operations, showing mostly about isolating civilians and relief to the displaced, and the problems of the imposition of the blockade and cut water, electricity, medicine and food for hot spots. "
He said: "If we disregard all those committed by al-Maliki during the past seven years, and we've reckoning crimes for this year only in 2014, we find that the first charge of committing mass killings and use of internationally prohibited weapons in the regions and provinces Sunni several, led to the killing and injuring more than 5,000 citizen and the destruction of tens of thousands of homes, and the displacement of a million and a half other citizen. "
This is the first case brought against al-Maliki , after assuming the post of Vice President of the Republic, it is believed that it will not be the last with the torrent accusations accumulated and issues that are not disproven by prescription given to the legality and the sensitivity of character against the Iraqi official, especially since most of them regard to corruption and abuse of power, as well as operations systematic murder and torture against opponents of the owners.
Another starting ceremony of Ashura in Karbala and Ansarabkhi demanding the execution of al-Maliki
Squares of liberation / Follow-up
Publication Date 04/11/2014 10:33 AM
Amid tight security measures launched Tuesday closing ceremony of Ashura rituals which is a kick Touirij which all the mourners of Karbala and the Iraqi provinces participate amid tight security.
The sprint was launched after the noon prayer on the one hand arch of peace, located 3 km east of the province on the road link between Karbala and Babylon towards the shrine of Imam Hussein.
And continue to sprint to the shrine of Abu al Fadl al Abbas concludes condolences in place of the camp Husseini expression of condolences to his anniversary
And student supporters of the Arab reference Mahmoud al-Hassani Sarkhi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi execution of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki for committing many crimes
He stressed Abkhion during one Husseiniya processions in the province of Diwaniyah on the need to refer Maliki and symbols of his rule to the courts being involved murder and theft of public money
walkingstick » November 5th, 2014,
November 5, 2014 6:09 am
Bank of China targets US investors with Basel III bond
Bank of China is set to become the first mainland Chinese lender to sell US dollar bonds directly to US investors, as it begins marketing Basel III-compliant debt to global fund managers.
BoC’s bond sale, from which it is planning to raise around $3bn, will meet regulatory requirements for US investors, known as “144a”. Preliminary pricing suggests a yield of around 300 basis points over comparable US Treasuries, according to a termsheet seen by the Financial Times.
BoC is rated “A” by all three of the main rating agencies, although the bonds themselves will probably carry a “BBB+” rating due to the legal complexities involved with a Chinese company issuing debt offshore.
The 10-year bonds will also meet standards required for European and Asian investors, making this the first truly global deal to be sold by the main onshore arm of a Chinese bank, rather than by a subsidiary. In the past, local branches of mainland lenders in the US and other markets have raised their own US dollar debt.
Chinese banks have been issuing debt aggressively this year as they look to diversify their funding sources and improve balance sheets ahead of new capital adequacy rules. Lenders have raised a total of $27bn via overseas bonds this year, according to Dealogic, up from just $4.7bn in the same period in 2013.
Bankers and lawyers expect the sector to become the mainstay of the Asian bond markets, having been largely absent until this year. China’s financial sector now accounts for 12 per cent of total G3 currency bond issuance in Asia ex-Japan, compared with just 0.4 per cent in 2012.
Although most mainland lenders already meet the standards required under Basel III guidelines due to be enforced by regulators in China in 2018, many are choosing to beef up their capital now while borrowing costs are low.
Many analysts also expect non-performing loans to rise in China in the coming years as the country attempts to wean itself off credit and carefully manage a slowdown in the economy after years of breakneck growth. A number of sectors – including property and steelmaking – appear particularly vulnerable to cash flow problems.
Barclays estimates that the Chinese banking sector will ultimately have to raise around Rmb1tn ($160bn) over the next few years.
In addition to global bond markets, lenders have also turned to preference shares, both onshore and in international markets. Most of China's biggest banks are listed in both Hong Kong and Shanghai, giving them ready access to overseas funding.
Just three weeks ago, BoC sold $6.5bn in hybrid securities, the largest slug of new Basel III compliant capital from a Chinese bank so far. Agricultural Bank of China is expected to follow suit having secured regulatory approval. The sector has announced plans to raise at least $64bn through such means by the end of next year.
Although local and European investors have been the biggest buyers of Asian debt, US fund managers are becoming an increasingly important source of demand. Baidu, the Chinese internet company, became the first to capitalise on US interest when it sold $1.5bn of debt to US investors in 2012.
walkongstick :Bank of China Markets First Basel III Bonds to U.S. Investors
By Christopher Langner and Tanya Angerer Nov 4, 2014 9:44 PM ET
Bank of China Ltd. is marketing a bond that complies with new global banking regulations known as Basel III to U.S. investors in a first for a Chinese lender.
China’s fourth-largest bank is offering the 10-year subordinated 144A notes to yield 300 basis points over similar-maturity Treasuries, according to people familiar with the matter. It aims to sell about $3 billion of the securities, the people said, asking not to be identified because they aren’t authorized to speak publicly.
All previous dollar-denominated bonds from Chinese banks that complied with the new banking rules were sold under a so-called Regulation S format, without Securities and Exchange Commission registration or 144a rights, which are requirements for U.S. participation, Bloomberg-compiled data show. Chinese lenders have sold the equivalent of $60 billion in Basel III securities as nonperforming loans in the world’s second-largest economy touched a five-year high of 694.4 billion yuan ($113.6 billion) on June 30.
Bank of China’s securities, which would count toward its Tier 2 capital, can be canceled if the People’s Bank of China decides the lender is no longer viable, the people said. The lender’s board approved the issuance of 60 billion yuan of subordinated notes that count as Tier 2 capital in May 2013.
The bank sold 30 billion yuan of 10-year subordinated notes in the local market on Aug. 5 with a coupon of 5.8 percent, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. The remaining 30 billion yuan will be issued offshore before board approval lapses, the people familiar with the matter said. That happens in December 2015, according to a Bank of China Aug. 12 statement.
Anchor investors have already expressed interest in buying some $4 billion of the new dollar-denominated 10-year notes, the people said.
In October, Bank of China sold $6.5 billion of preference shares, the biggest ever single tranche U.S. dollar-denominated bank capital note under new regulations.
China Construction Bank Corp. is also offering Tier 2 notes in the offshore renminbi market. The 10-year yuan-denominated bonds are being marketing to yield about 5.25 percent, other people familiar with the matter said today.