Tag Archives: JP Morgan

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    Daily Digest 12/24 – Debt Crisis Threatens American Cities, Banks Best Basel, Gas Demand Decline

    by DailyDigest

    Friday, December 24, 2010, 4:00 PM

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    • $2tn Debt Crisis Threatens To Bring Down 100 US Cities
    • Pensions Push Taxes Higher
    • Pimco Says ‘Untenable’ Policies Will Lead To Eurozone Break-Up
    • US Takes Greek Path
    • Is JP Morgan Shifting Its Silver And Gold Shorts To Non-US Domiciled, And Thus Unregulatable, Banks?
    • Banks Best Basel as Regulators Dilute or Delay Capital Rules
    • Gold Prices And Output To Go Higher In 2011, PwC
    • U.S. Demand For Gas At Start Of Long-Term Decline

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    Daily Digest – June 20

    by Davos

    Saturday, June 20, 2009, 2:40 PM

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    • Southern Europe (Repost)
    • British Airways asks staff to work for free
    • U.S. likely to lose AAA rating: Prechter
    • Tuesday, June 16, 2009
    • $13.9 Trillion Total Maximum Government Support Announced
    • JPMorgan Analysts Predict 60% House Price Decline for High End
    • Lots of People Didn’t Get the Memo
    • Shadow Inventory, Jim the Realtor (Video)
    • Didn’t even hit the barn (Chart, Forecasted Unemployment Rate)
    • Financial News Coverage (Video)

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    Daily Digest – May 29

    by Davos

    Friday, May 29, 2009, 3:10 PM

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    • Huge Drop in Central Bank Liquidity Swaps (Chart)
    • Central Banks Announce Global Coordinated Liquidity Measures (Mish wrote this in September of 2008)
    • Can We Inflate Our Way out of this Mess? (Chart on page)
    • Are Worries About Rising Federal Debt Misplaced?
    • UPDATE 1-Chrysler submits $448 million electric car plan
    • Two-Thirds Off on Manhattan Office Space
    • Exploding debt threatens America
    • How Far From the Bottom? (Video)
    • JPMorgan’s $29 Billion windfall
    • Once Considered Unthinkable, U.S. Sales Tax Gets Fresh Look
    • Mental health center closes
    • Police officers saved by stimulus may still lose jobs
    • Police chief warns of deep cuts
    • Toledo police layoffs leading to gun buying
    • Americans’ credit scores fall as they struggle to pay bills
    • IRS tax revenue falls along with taxpayers’ income

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    Daily Digest – March 13

    by Davos

    Friday, March 13, 2009, 7:00 PM

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    • Buy-and-hold champion sells everything (H/T CM)
    • Cramer Crossing the Line
    • Key Obama economic adviser admits he has no answers (H/T Turbo)
    • China’s Exports Collapse
    • Now-needy FDIC collected little in premiums
    • Why Buy A New Car When You Can Build One?
    • Budget Cliff Dive (February, Chart on page)
    • S.C. governor evokes Zimbabwe in arguments against stimulus
    • Cities’ Plans to Swap Cash for Stimulus Are Stopped
    • Foreclosures up 30 percent in February
    • JPMorgan Chase to Increase India Outsourcing 25%

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    Gigantic Bank Pool Pledged To Avert Disaster as Second Big Crash Stuns Wall Street

    by Chris Martenson

    Sunday, September 14, 2008, 10:09 PM

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    This is an incredible headline. It is incredible news. Be sure you read the punchline all the way at the bottom.

    [quote]Largest Financial Powers in the City Meet After Day of Hysterical Liquidation Sinking Prices Below Thursday’s
    By Laurence Stern

    After the stock market had come crashing down again in a veritable deluge of forced and hysterical liquidation, word sped through the financial district last evening that the largest banks in the city were prepared to exert their organized power this morning to prevent further disaster.

    Arrangements described as "fully adequate" were completed at a conference at the offices of J. P. Morgan & Co. at Broad and Wall Streets…

    Although no formal statement was issued, it was the consensus of those at the meeting that the worst of the liquidation is over and that a natural demand for investment stocks now available on the bargain counter should go far toward an immediate restoration of trading stability.[/quote]

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