Sqwatchy January 15, 2015 at 9:28am
BLOOMBERG BEFORE THE BELL
SAYS PUT YOUR MONEY IN CREDIT UNIONS...THEY ARE STILL OPERATING LIKE BANKS..AND ARE SUCCESSFUL...ALL OTHERS ARE JUST BEING LOSERS!!
EVERYWHERE YOU LOOK.....YOU ARE SEEING THINGS RELATIVE TO DINARLAND, ASSET BACK CURRENCIES, CURRENCY MANIPULATION, CENTRAL BANK POLICIES, OIL, GOLD, BANKS LOSING PROFITS....ETC.........
LIKE EXO SAID.........GCR IS REAL TIME!
Guesses to Exogens Picture Clues/Intel:
G T January 15, 2015 at 9:28am Thursday Morning Clues....
4 Days Left B 4 we turn Towards Our NEW DESTINY!!!
We Should be Walking Thru the Door (Back) during a Window of the 19th - 27th
Rates are piling up & Jumping Around like a POGO STICK!!
Could todays Swiss Banks Activity indicate the ECONOMIC REFORM has BEGUN (Right in Front of Our Face)?
WE HAVE SNOW (For The UMPTEENTH TIME)!!!
Isaac January 15, 2015 With all these great articles coming out right now, would it be save to say that the preverbal S**T has hit the fan?
EXOGEN January 15, 2015 Russia Just Pulled Itself Out Of The Petrodollar
EXOGEN January 15, 2015 at 10:14am "We do not understand how we will deliver gas to Europe. This means that in a few hours problems with supplies to Europe will begin."
Underdog > EXOGEN Sounds like s$#% is going to his the fan in a big way imminent in Europe.
Sqwatchy January 15, 2015 at 11:32am
PROBABLY THE MOST SHARES EVER TRADED...WAS TODAY IN THE SWISS MARKETS!!
600% INCREASE FROM THE 100 DAY AVERAGE!!!!
IT IS GO TIME!!!
Austin-Powers-For-PM > It's obvious the Swiss didn't just roll out of bed this morning and say to themselves "Gee, it might be a good idea to remove our currency peg today." I'm sure they've had this date circled on their calendar for some time now, and the conditions were still in-line to make this happen.
Elvis > I believe they were voting on this situation last year ! This might have been their starting date that was kept secret ! Like the gold back dollar !
EXOGEN January 15, 2015 at 11:08am IMO
ANYONE WHO MAKES A STATEMENT THAT RUSSIA IS THE BAD GUY REALLY HAS NO IDEA WHAT IS GOING ON......................
1. RUSSIA JUST EXITED THE CABAL PETRODOLLAR SYSTEM
2. RUSSIA HAS BUILT A PLATFORM TO CIRCUMVENT THE CABAL CONTROLLED SWIFT SYSTEM
3. RUSSIA HAS LAUNCHED THEIR OWN CREDIT CARD PLATFORM OUTSIDE OF THE CABAL CONTROLLED VISA/MASTERCARD SYSTEM
4. RUSSIA HAS BANNED GMO'S IN THE COUNTRY
L T > EXOGEN Not to mention that Russia got rid of all cabal bankers and has prohibited GMOs in Russia. Do we see us corp/govt leaders taking care of the American people in such a way? Hell NO!!!
EXOGEN January 15, 2015 at 10:35am Bloomberg TV @BloombergTV now8 seconds ago .@tomkeene: Today is one of the most historic days in foreign exchange since World War II. Here's why: #TomExcited
OMEGA MAN January 15, 2015 at 12:57pm
Platform just told me PUPPET BOY at UST is LATE releasing TRN they say codes should be released Mon, or Tuesday
RV/GCR > Today is contract transfers, most bonds will move on 19th, some trade platforms clear tomorrow. its assumed prophet may fly over the weekend and be done by tuesday allowing a four day exchange to get his group finished. its perceived the other groups will not start until at least the 21st being a 7 gods perfect number. i hope that helps, be blessed...luvluv
Don: UPDATE 1-Global economic outlook is glum despite cheaper oil - IMF
WASHINGTON, Jan 15 (Reuters) - A sharp drop in oil prices and a stronger U.S. economy will probably not be enough to brighten the outlook for global economic growth this year, the head of the International Monetary Fund said on Thursday.
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said while cheaper oil would help consumers in much of the world, the United States would likely be the only major economy this year to buck a trend of weakness in investment and consumption.
"Should lower oil prices and a stronger recovery in the United States make us more upbeat about the prospects for the global economy?" Lagarde said in a speech. "The answer is most likely 'No."'
In a speech that previews an IMF report due next week on the global economic outlook, Lagarde said the euro zone and Japan remain at risk of settling into a long period of weak growth and dangerously-low inflation. The specter of deflation, a nightmarish scenario of falling prices and wages, remains a risk for Europe, she said.
At the same time, the IMF also sees economic growth slowing in emerging market economies, led by a slowdown in China.
"A shot in the arm (from lower oil prices) is good, but if the global economy is weak on its knees, it's not going to help," Lagarde said.
Beyond being a boon for consumers, low oil prices are more a "golden opportunity" for countries to reduce energy subsidies and focus government spending more on alleviating poverty, Lagarde said.
(Reporting by Jason Lange and Lindsay Dunsmuir; editing by James Dalgleish and G Crosse)
Ron Burgundy January 15, 2015 at 12:45pm
Christine Lagarde on CNBC - VIDEO - A MUST SEE!!!!
Don : IMF's Lagarde on Swiss currency move: 'This was a bit of a surprise'
International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde speaks at Georgetown University in Washington, on October 2, 2014.
International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde said she was surprised by the Swiss Bank's Thursday announcement that it would remove a 3-year-old cap of 1.20 francs per euro.
Lagarde, who spoke with CNBC on Thursday from the organization's headquarters in Washington, D.C., said she had not been warned about the move ahead of time, which she found "a bit surprising."
Still, she said it was possible that Thomas Jordan, chairman of the Swiss National Bank's governing board, may have reached out to someone else at the IMF.
She said she would "reserve judgement on the pertinence of the move" until she discusses it further with Jordan.
The Swiss franc rose nearly 30 percent against the euro after the announcement.
The move comes ahead of a European Central Bank meeting next week, in which it is expected to announce monetary stimulus measures.
Lagarde said in a speech earlier on Thursday that the IMF sees "the global recovery continuing to face a very strong headwind" despite cheaper oil and strong U.S. growth.
She said in this speech that the world economy will face three major policy challenges over the next year. These include boosting growth and employment, achieving inclusive and shared growth through structural reform, and attaining sustainable and balanced growth.
In October, the IMF cut its global growth outlook.
Flash Gordon > Don Wow lol I am just amazed at what we really know and how this SURPRISE has taken everyone by SURPRISE LOL
Davidachek January 15, 2015 at 12:22pm Lagarde at recorded CFR event this morning.
What's Next for the Global Economy: A Look Ahead at 2015
Poppy3: IF THERE ARE IMPAIRMENTS ...ABADI IS IN THE PROCESS OF REMOVING THEM. ...I THINK WE SEE A RATE BETWEEN THE 20TH AND THE 1ST OF FEB. JUST MY OBSERVATIONS.
Don : MASSIVE currency news today..are you folks paying attention? Swiss and Russians leading the charge.. It means we get asset backed, Switzerland just FORCED the issue big time
Ishman : What Great "Cover" for the RI / RV... The Swiss National Bank decoupling the Swiss Franc (CHF) from the 1.2 EURO peg floor is the PERFECT cover for the release of the RI / RV. Markets are more volatile than ever with this overnight move by the SNB. This will be a fascinating day in the financial markets, and may be "the day," or the week, we've been waiting for.
Topic: How few there are who have courage enough to own their faults, or resolution enough to mend them. Ben Franklin
[arizona49] 1/15/2015 Millionday THIS IS FROM THE IMF quote: "...the country would be advised to push ahead with the transition to a market-based economic system." NOTE -- A MARKET BASED ECONOMIC SYSTEM AS THE IMF IS STATING WOULD BE RUN BY SUPPLY AND DEMAND -- THE IMF SEES THIS NUMBER ONE OF THE MOVES TO BE DONE. Quote: "This requires a continued effort to reduce the role of the government by restructuring state-owned banks and enterprises while implementing reforms..." SO THEY HAVE AN URGENT NEED TO MOVE FORWARD WITH ITS ECONOMIC REFORM...
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