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posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 06:05 AM
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reply to post by stander
 


GBM collects those apps, not me LOL

Give his uncle Ben a call, maybe he can even put in a good word for ya




posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 07:27 AM
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Looks like tanks are going after submarines


Oh God! What WAS on that ship?

Is there something we don't know?



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 07:33 AM
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A big bank bankrupt today would be nice... like CIT or Guaranty Bank in Texas... that would be nice... plundging the markets -800 ...or closing them, that would be even better.

What is interesting is that a bunch of people last week were predicting a bank holiday or a bank run today... we'll see what happens.


[edit on 17-8-2009 by Vitchilo]



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 07:36 AM
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Mr Stander...Da God Father has given his blessings to attempt this mircle...make sure you clean up yer mess...kapich? :shk:

He also says it might take a 4 finger salute today...Alt+Ctrl+Page Up+Shift...




Europe
www.bloomberg.com...

FTSE 100 4,630.22 8:14AM ET Down 83.75 (1.78%)
CAC 40 3,421.00 8:29AM ET Down 74.27 (2.12%)
DAX 5,203.41 8:14AM ET Down 105.70 (1.99%)
Madrid General 1,103.62 8:10AM ET Down 34.04 (2.99%)
ATX 2,326.17 8:14AM ET Down 62.76 (2.63%)
PRAGUE STOCK EXCH INDEX 1,130.10 -41.30 -3.53% 08:07
MICEX INDEX 1,039.00 -33.74 -3.15% 08:07
HUNGARIAN TRADED INDEX 4,221.02 -233.16 -5.23% 08:07
BUCHAREST BET INDEX 3,964.11 -216.28 -5.17% 08:07
Kazakhstan KASE Stock Ex 1,237.98 -65.91 -5.05% 06:41
SOFIX INDEX 436.80 -17.54 -3.86% 07:00

DJIA FV Futures 9293.4 9159.0 -134.40

Gold $932.84

Silver $14.10

Oil $66.00

[edit on 8/17/2009 by Hx3_1963]



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 07:46 AM
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Exports, Stimulus Lift Japan Out of Recession

woopidoo, Japan is been stimulating itself now they are out of the recession, US stimulation is not enough



Japan's economy grew 0.9 percent in the three months to June, marking the first expansion in five quarters on the back of exports and government stimulus spending, but analysts say it will be a long road to a sustained recovery.


I got the feeling that their stimulation is not only coming from their own government but also from the US


But economists say the recovery could lose momentum later this year when a temporary boost from government stimulus steps, such as one-off payments and subsidies for energy-efficient cars and home appliances, peters out.


So then again, the stimulation is only temporarily and as soon the stimulus goes out of steam Japan will go back to pre stimulation status



External demand, the balance of exports and imports, contributed 1.6 percentage points to GDP, due in part to China's $585 billion stimulus package and other such spending rolled out by governments around the world to combat the global recession.


And there you got it, stimulation from all over the world help japan GDP growth, now remember that the US imports increased during the last two months getting ready for the holidays and stocking up the the trinkets and goodies in the stores shelves


But then again who is helping the stimulation of Americas economy?


www.cnbc.com...



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 07:50 AM
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Actually Capital One is having problems with their credit card defaults.


Capital One Financial Corp's U.S. credit card defaults and delinquencies rose in July, as Americans kept losing jobs and struggled to pay their debts.

In a regulatory filing on Monday, Capital One said the annualized net charge-off rate for U.S. credit cards -- debts the company believes it will never collect -- increased to 9.83 percent in July from 9.73 percent in June.


This expected as Americas jobless claims keeps raising.


Capital One, one of the largest issuers of Visa and MasterCard credit cards, said accounts at least 30 days delinquent -- an indicator of future loan losses -- inched up to 4.83 percent from 4.77 percent.


I can only imagine how BofA is also doing with this problems and so all the big banks.

www.cnbc.com...



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 07:56 AM
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This one is a kicker, people.

www.cnbc.com...

China to Buy $2 Billion Worth of US Mortgages

Who owns your mortgage now, baby.


China Investment Corp, the country's $200 billion sovereign wealth fund, is set to pour up to $2 billion soon into the U.S. mortgage system by hiring mandates under the U.S. Treasury-backed Public-Private Investment Plan (PPIP), sources told Reuters.


This nothing due to the fact that is still about 10 trillion dollars of bad assets still circulating around.

Interesting that now China can openly get into US mortgage investments when it was all under the table and in secrecy just before the crash.

Now the US is opening the door for the communist country to have free reign into US debt and goodies, but we know that our debt has not been very attractive to them, but owning investing in mortgages is better.






[edit on 17-8-2009 by marg6043]



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 07:59 AM
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Hmmm...Empire Manufacturing Index is many multiples higher than expected Rick Santelli says...

Another "anomaly"?

Maybe Ben thought no one would notice Mr Stander moving the decimal point a few places to the right?


And TALF extended till Mar 2010???

Good job Mr Stander...you have pleased the God Father...look for a little extra in yer envelope this week...that deluxe Fluorescent Orange Trash-Man suit may now be within yer reach...


[edit on 8/17/2009 by Hx3_1963]



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 08:03 AM
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Yeah that is the headline news in CNBC today in their site,

What I find funny is that after the article, you find a line with a link to Slideshow: Highest State Foreclosure Rates

The Irony.



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 08:17 AM
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I see Citi Group treading water around -4% on that $1B note tender offer being a success?

www.marketwatch.com...

Bank stocks set to fall on economic jitters
www.marketwatch.com...

DJIA FV Futures 9293.4 9154.0 -139.40

Gold $932.64

Art Cashin...says China data might not be valid???

Hey Art and you think ours is?!?


[edit on 8/17/2009 by Hx3_1963]



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 08:29 AM
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Ni hao, my neigh borrow, me a cup of lice


Futures a pretty much in blue. (Oh, don't say red please).



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 08:30 AM
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Retailers Lowes and Home Depot report Monday and Tuesday, respectively.
Hewlett-Packard reports Tuesday,
Deere reports Wednesday.
Limited Brands reports Wednesday.
On Thursday, Sears Holding, Gap, Intuit, GameStop, Heinz, Hormel, Ross Stores, and Salesforce.com report.
J.M. Smucker releases earnings Friday.

Lowes already came in with a disappointing report....Profit at Lowe's, the second-largest home improvement retailer in the US, fell 19 percent in the second quarter, missing analysts' expectations, the company said Monday. not a surprise there.
About the only ones I can think of on this list as coming in "better than expected" (
) are food and maybe gamestop. Kids have been out for summer vacation and all perhpas they sold some extra games.

Don't forget abou tthe commercial securities being extended even further out my dears now WHY do you think that is?


[edit on 17-8-2009 by xoxo stacie]



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 08:38 AM
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More green sharts


*FED EXTENDS TALF TO JUNE FOR NEW CMBS, MARCH FOR OTHER ASSETS
*U.S. JUNE NET LONG-TERM FOREIGN ASSET PURCHASES WERE $90.7 BLN
*FED EXTENDS TALF TO JUNE FOR NEW CMBS, MARCH FOR OTHER ASSETS
Washington (AP) -- The Federal Reserve is extending a
program intended to spur lending to consumers and small
businesses at lower rates, but will not expand the types of
loans made.
The Fed extended its Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan
Facility through March 31 for most of the types of loans it
makes. The program was scheduled to end on Dec. 31.
The TALF started in March and figures prominently in
efforts by the Fed and the Obama administration to ease credit,
stabilize the financial system and help end the recession.



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 08:39 AM
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I LOVE THIS ONE!!!!!


Is That Finally It for the Sucker's Rally?

By last week, most pundits were convinced: The economy was headed for a v-shaped recovery, and the market was already 50% into a great new bull market.

Anything's possible. But both theories still seem unlikely.

Just a short exeprt from it I am more interested in their third graph; maybe we should get bicman to take a look at it? Just kidding buddy.....

At least someone is thinking ahead of the game and seeing the writting on the wall!



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 08:47 AM
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www.indexq.org...

New Zealand 3086.08 -65.17 -2.07% 18:31
Australia 4398.10 -67.00 -1.50% 17:47
Nikkei 225 10268.61 -328.72 -3.10% 16:00
TOPIX 949.59 -23.98 -2.46% 15:00
TSE 2nd Sec 2282.77 -7.28 -0.32% 15:00
JASDAQ 50.01 -0.46 -0.91% 15:00
Korea 1547.06 -44.35 -2.79% 18:04
Taiwan 6931.80 -137.71 -1.95% 13:46
Taiwan OTC 115.41 -1.94 -1.65% 13:46
Shanghai 2870.63 -176.34 -5.79% 15:15
Shanghai A 3013.14 -184.97 -5.78% 15:15
Shanghai B 189.12 -13.59 -6.71% 15:15
Shenzhen A 1003.98 -70.65 -6.57% 15:00
Shenzhen B 485.28 -28.23 -5.50% 15:00
SHSZ 300 3140.27 -204.19 -6.11% 15:01
Shenzhen comp 11668.80 -830.95 -6.65% 15:00
Hong Kong 20137.65 -755.68 -3.62% 16:01
HK CN Ent 11395.01 -504.79 -4.24% 16:01
HK Aff Crp 4107.64 -206.55 -4.79% 16:01
Singapore 2545.98 -85.53 -3.25% 17:10
FTSE ST China 263.61 -8.84 -3.25% 16:41
Vietnam 500.08 -6.91 -1.36% 11:01
Thailand 632.05 -22.20 -3.39% 16:59
Philippines 2771.18 -78.83 -2.77% 12:11
Malaysia 1169.05 -19.52 -1.64% 17:05
Indonesia 2386.86 -9.62 -0.40% 08/14
India 14784.92 -626.71 -4.07% 15:58
Pakistan 5665.45 -54.84 -0.96% 13:48

Russia 1006.29 -53.63 -5.06% 17:40
London 4639.83 -74.14 -1.57% 14:27
Paris 3425.41 -69.86 -2.00% 15:27
Frankfurt 5215.34 -93.77 -1.77% 15:27
Turkey 43639.91 -663.01 -1.50% 16:41
Hungary 17652.01 -419.41 -2.32% 15:27
Austria 2338.86 -50.07 -2.10% 15:27
Poland 35151.73 -659.58 -1.84% 15:27
Czech 1137.90 -33.50 -2.86% 15:27
Sweden 863.23 -13.51 -1.54% 15:41
Finland 5824.01 -125.56 -2.11% 16:41
Norway 264.62 -6.06 -2.24% 15:27
Greece 2306.18 -35.24 -1.50% 16:27
Italy 21583.73 -429.52 -1.95% 15:27
Luxembourg 1180.04 -15.77 -1.32% 15:40
Netherlands 282.87 -5.15 -1.79% 15:27
Iceland 459.38 0.69 0.15% 14:26
Denmark 323.24 -6.39 -1.94% 15:42
Switzerland 5900.26 -85.04 -1.42% 15:27
Spain 1110.06 -27.60 -2.43% 15:26
Portugal 2603.32 11.87 0.46% 08/14
Ireland 2888.65 -62.40 -2.12% 14:27
Israel 922.49 -15.72 -1.68% 15:26
Egypt 586.93 -21.46 -3.53% 13:29
S. Africa 21780.17 -651.49 -2.90% 15:27
Morocco 22517.88 165.50 0.74% 08/13
Jordan 2458.02 -53.37 -2.12% 13:59
UAE Dubai 1774.01 -108.40 -5.76% 13:59

United States 9136.77 -184.63 -1.98% 09:44
NASDAQ 1939.75 -45.77 -2.31% 09:44
Rus 2000 548.43 -15.47 -2.74% 09:44
S&P 500 981.41 -22.68 -2.26% 09:43
Gold & Silver 138.45 -7.44 -5.10% 09:44
PreMetals 277.44 -15.95 -5.44% 09:40
Gold GOX 165.93 -8.69 -4.98% 09:43
Gold Bugs 338.69 -18.77 -5.25% 09:43
AMEX Energy 490.95 -15.48 -3.06% 09:43
NYSE Energy 9831.37 -328.45 -3.23% 09:44
Oil Services 164.95 -6.26 -3.66% 09:44
AMEX Oil 922.12 -30.34 -3.19% 09:43
PHLX Semi. 287.88 -6.77 -2.30% 09:44
NASDAQ Fin. 1894.18 -51.94 -2.67% 09:44
NYSE Finance 4454.35 -185.51 -4.00% 09:44
NBI 773.97 -13.86 -1.76% 09:44
AMEX BioTec 835.26 -23.30 -2.71% 09:44
PHLX Drug 162.77 -1.85 -1.12% 09:44
Canada 10515.45 -332.56 -3.07% 09:43
Brazil 55000.52 -1637.48 -2.89% 10:44
Mexico 27855.43 -300.06 -1.07% 08/14
Argentina 1761.61 -33.97 -1.89% 08/14
Chile 3260.19 -34.17 -1.04% 10:44
Peru 14223.95 -3.47 -0.02% 08:27
Colombia 10501.94 -14.58 -0.14% 08/14
Venezuela 48269.49 86.48 0.18% 08/14
Bermuda 2321.66 5.83 0.25% 08/14
Jamaica 80241.14 321.27 0.40% 08/14

CRB 257.32 -7.83 -2.95% 08/14
Commodity 630.51 -26.96 -4.10% 09:44
GS Commodity 4216.70 -133.90 -3.08% 08/14
GSCI Agri. 308.10 -5.24 -1.67% 08/14
GSCI Livestock 197.02 -0.23 -0.12% 08/14
GSCI Pre Metal 1272.10 -11.80 -0.92% 08/14
GSCI Indu. Mtl 337.98 -11.01 -3.15% 08/14
GSCI Energy 231.37 -8.69 -3.62% 08/14
Natural Gas 446.83 -11.95 -2.60% 09:44
Airlines 22.26 -1.12 -4.79% 09:44
Banks 43.82 -2.00 -4.36% 09:44
Hospitals 431.79 -5.57 -1.27% 09:44
Comp. Tech 733.42 -13.12 -1.76% 09:44
Hardware 252.04 -6.14 -2.38% 09:44
Insurance 3334.77 -47.27 -1.40% 09:44
Paper 66.05 -3.61 -5.18% 09:41
Retailers 347.21 -14.48 -4.00% 09:44
Broker Dealer 106.59 -3.16 -2.88% 09:44
US Dollar 78.81 0.40 0.51% 08/14
Euro Index 140.68 -1.36 -0.96% 09:44
GB Pound 163.05 -2.34 -1.41% 09:44
Japanese Yen 105.83 0.48 0.46% 09:44
Aus. Dollar 81.92 -1.35 -1.62% 09:44
30Y T-Bond 118.78 0.59 0.50% 08/14
30Y T-Bond Yld 43.74 -0.32 -0.73% 09:44
10Y T-Bond Yld 35.00 -0.58 -1.63% 09:44
5Y T-Bond Yld 24.34 -0.64 -2.56% 09:44
3M T-Bill Dscnt 1.60 -0.10 -5.88% 09:44
CBOE Optn P/C 1.21 0.26 27.37% 09:44

[edit on 8/17/2009 by Hx3_1963]



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 09:00 AM
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Get yer Shorts!!! Get yer S&P Shorts here!!!


S&P 500 INDEX,RTH 982.98 9:57am ET Down 21.11 (2.10%)
S&P 500 INDEX,RTH 982.79 10:00am ET Down 21.30 (2.12%)

[edit on 8/17/2009 by Hx3_1963]



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 09:04 AM
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VIX has risen 4 pts since the opening bell

Yo, Hx3, looks like the beer is on me tonight



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 09:07 AM
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Originally posted by redhatty
VIX has risen 4 pts since the opening bell

Yo, Hx3, looks like the beer is on me tonight


Oh you just know I love a Parade!!!


Ticker Guy is buzy as a Bee today also!!!


Continued Lying Requires TALF Extension
Look! Gravity DOES Exist!
Barney "I Can't Tell The Truth" Frank
market-ticker.org...

Dow Jones Industrial Average 9,135.41 10:06am ET Down 180.85 (1.94%)
Dow Jones Industrial Average 9,133.07 10:11am ET Down 183.19 (1.97%)
Dow Jones Industrial Average 9,131.18 10:14am ET Down 185.08 (1.99%)

S&P 500 INDEX,RTH 982.79 10:05am ET Down 21.30 (2.12%)
S&P 500 INDEX,RTH 981.75 10:10am ET Down 22.34 (2.22%)
S&P 500 INDEX,RTH 981.52 10:14am ET Down 22.57 (2.25%)

NASDAQ Composite 1,939.47 10:07am ET Down 46.05 (2.32%)

Cboe Volatility Index
www.marketwatch.com...

[edit on 8/17/2009 by Hx3_1963]



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 09:25 AM
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TALF extended...

The BIG GUNS will be unleashed to turn this around, hold on to your shorts!



posted on Aug, 17 2009 @ 09:34 AM
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Is it just me or does it seem like the FED has lost control? The Admin has lost control of the health care debate and it looks like the cancer is spreading.

People just aren't buying the "recovery" angle. Not to mention it doesn't help when the people doing the manipulating are acting like amateurs and can't keep their story straight.

I guess the "offer that couldn't be refused" was refused.


It's funny that you brought that movie up I watched it yesterday. Speaking of mobster movies, I guess with the extension of TALF, I guess Ben Berneke is introducing us to "his little friend"




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