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    Off The Cuff: Death By Status Quo

    The establishment has become the enemy
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, September 30, 2016, 4:56 PM


    In this week's Off The Cuff podcast, Chris and John Rubino discuss:

    • Debate Debrief
      • A Rorschach test for the nation
    • Death By Status Quo
      • The establishment is feeding itself on everyone else's future
    • Higher Oil Prices On The Horizon?
      • The turn back up may be nigh
    • Deutsche Bank Debacle
      • How bad could it get?

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    Oil Is Sinking The Markets

    Subprime comparisons are now too obvious to ignore
    by Chris Martenson

    Monday, January 25, 2016, 11:47 PM


    A vast, enormous amount of junk-rated oil debt is in deep trouble. Everybody knows this, but saying so has been taboo up until now, at least in polite conversations.

    But the parallels to the sub-prime market's role as the "pin that popped the bubble" in 2008 are now too obvious to ignore.

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    Where Will the Minsky Moment Occur?

    Which country will start the next crisis?
    by Alasdair Macleod

    Tuesday, June 25, 2013, 9:36 PM


    Executive Summary

    • Spain: after tens of €billions in bailouts, its banks still need more
    • Germany: its largest banks are ridiculously levered
    • France: its banks are deteriorating fast with the sinking French economy
    • UK: bail-ins are now on the table

    If you have not yet read Part I: Europe's Precarious Banks Will Determine the Future available free to all readers, please click here to read it first.

    Spain and Bankia

    The true state of the Spanish economy (i.e., it is in depression) should be uppermost in our minds when we consider recent developments at Bankia, the Spanish mortgage bank formed only thirty months ago out of the wreckage of Spain’s regional mortgage banks. Bankia underwent a subsequent bail-out only a year ago and has been a continuing disaster, as shown by the share price in the chart below.

    Having fallen from an adjusted €106 to only 68 cents as recently as last November, the share price tells us that Bankia is simply bust. The new G20 bail-in rules cannot have helped Bankia hold on to its deposits; the only deposits left should be those of the small depositors prepared to rely on government insurance.

    The Cyprus bail-in precedent has undoubtedly made Bankia’s position worse than it would otherwise be. At March 31st Bankia…

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    Daily Digest – August 7

    by Davos

    Friday, August 7, 2009, 2:53 PM

    • Deutsche Bank: Construction Loan Defaults Coming
    • 16 Million Homeowners Underwater
    • Foreclosures: One Giant Wave, Still Building
    • On how many different levels is this statement idiotic?
    • $75 Billion In New Treasuries On Deck
    • 2nd U.S. Bank-For-Businesses Facing Bankruptcy
    • Shadow Inventory
    • 2 Trillion in Deficits and House Orders Up Three Elite Jets
    • ICN, Audit the Fed and 18 Million Vacant Homes (Video, H/T iDoctor)
    • Jim Sinclair (Sudio H/T HuckleJohn)
    • Recessions Over: 34,000,000 Use Food Stamps First for the U.S.
    • Please ‘Google’ Fannie Mae seeks $10.7B in US aid after 2Q loss (Due to AP restrictions)

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    Daily Digest – Apr 7

    by Davos

    Tuesday, April 7, 2009, 2:51 PM

    • Did the ECB Save COMEX from Gold Default? (H/T Christopher Peters)
    • Altman on the deepression
    • Bill Moyers & William K. Black (Video, H/T CM — Repost Please Don’t Miss This)
    • Uncle Jay Explains the News (Video, Currency)
    • Double Whammy
    • Are Competitive Devaluations Starting?
    • Congressional Oversight Panel to Call for Wiping Out Shareholders, Ouster of Top Brass
    • "From Bubble to Depression?"
    • FSN News Hour April 4,(Haven’t listened yet, got an email from Adam P. site is clean)
    • Meredith Whitney: Houses prices to fall another 30% (Video)
    • Delinquent Mortgage Breakdown
    • Seriously Deliquent Mortgages (60 or 60+ days or BK Borrowers past 30 days)
    • The US Treasury requests volunteers for suicide; any takers?

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