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lunar 27.01.2011 22:05

Mohamed ElBaradei in Kairo

Mubaraks Widersacher mischt sich ein


Fotostrecke: 9 Bilder

AFP

Er ist Friedensnobelpreisträger, Demokrat, Hoffnungsträger für viele - nun ist er zurück in Ägypten. Mohamed ElBaradei ist am Abend in Kairo eingetroffen und will sich an die Spitze der Protestbewegung setzen. Die erste Machtprobe plant er schon für Freitag. Aus Kairo berichtet Yassin Musharbash mehr... [ Video | Forum ]

lunar 28.01.2011 07:44


Chris Martenson Interview With Jim Rogers: Why Inflation Is Raging Worldwide And He's Shorting US Treasury Bonds

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/27/2011 16:44 -0500



"I see more inflation and more currency turmoil as we go forward. There are huge debt imbalances in the world. U.S. is the largest debtor nation in the world and all the assets are in Asia. The largest creditors in the world are China, Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore – this is where the assets are and the debts are in the West. Those imbalances have to be resolved. They frequently lead to more currency turmoil. We’ll see more inflation, we’ll see more governments fall. We just saw Tunisia fall – more are coming because the world is going to continue to have these problems, and especially inflation that is going to cause more social unrest."

lunar 28.01.2011 07:52


Sarkozy Goes Postal On Jamie Dimon, Says Bankers Made World Into Madhouse

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/27/2011 17:08 -0500


"The world has paid with tens of millions of unemployed, who were in no way to blame and who paid for everything. It caused a lot of anger. Too much is too much. The world was stupefied to see one of five biggest U.S. banks collapse like a house of cards. We saw that for the last 10 years, major institutions in which we thought we could trust had done things which had nothing to do with simple common sense. That's what happened... There is an ocean between flexibility and the scandal we saw. So if people present me as obsessed with regulation, it's because there is a need for regulation. I don't contest the principle of securitisation, but when one offshore country guaranteed 700 times its GDP, are we in the market economy or in a madhouse? Bonuses don't bother me, provided there are also ... draw-downs when there are losses. When things don't work, you can never find anyone responsible. Those who got bumper bonuses for seven years should have made losses in 2008 when things collapsed." - Nicolas Sarkozy


by Downtoolong
on Thu, 01/27/2011 - 18:56
#911331
:kotzJamie Dimon, typical Wall Street philosophy, now that we're OK everyone else must be OK too. Never mind the huge pile of crap we left in our tracks and continue to do so. All you have to do is keep wading through it and one day you might join us in paradise.

.....das war eine der harmloseren comments - bei den meisten ging es um "jews" :rolleyes

lunar 28.01.2011 08:05


Yes, Amazon Does Blame The Weather For Weak European Sales

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/27/2011 17:41 -0500



And there you have it: blame that shocker of a non-recurring event known as snow in December. Someone should explain to Jeff Bezos that Amazon benefits from record snowfalls. It sure would inspire some confidence in shareholders if the CEO actually knew that he was running an online retailer. Did someone dissolve crazy pills and forget to tell us about it? When will someone finally blame fiscal and monetary policy (all QE1, Lite and 2 of it), for one-time, non-recurring $4.5 trillion in stimulus? We dread to imagine what Stay Puft marshmallow man will materialize if it ever snows on the Abominable Chairman's printers...

lunar 28.01.2011 08:10

Startseite: 28. Januar 2011, 05:39

Ägypten vor verstärker Protestwelle

Antiterror-Polizei bezieht Stellungen in Kairo - Internet weitgehend blockiert

Der Machtapparat des ägyptischen Präsidenten Mubarak hat am frühen Freitagmorgen ein hartes Vorgehen gegen die erwartete nächste Protestwelle eingeleitet. Sondereinheiten der Polizei bezogen an strategisch wichtigen Plätzen Kairos Stellung. ...


lunar 28.01.2011 08:14

EGYPT GOES DARK



Internet Goes Down As Historic Protests Turn Violent.. Massive Demonstrations Set For Friday.. SHOCK VIDEO: Protester Shot.. LATEST UPDATES

lunar 28.01.2011 09:28

Darum ist die Schweizer Demokratie nur Mittelmass

Die Schweiz hat in einem Demokratie-Vergleich lediglich den 14. Platz belegt. Marc Bühlmann von der Universität Zürich erklärt, woran es liegt. Mehr...

Interview: Jan Knüsel. Aktualisiert am 27.01.2011 224 Kommentare:eek


....so viele Kommentare und so kontrovers :rolleyes tauschen möchte aber trotzdem kaum jemand ;)

lunar 28.01.2011 09:33

Rating herabgestuft

Japans Mega-Schuldenberg schockiert Finanzprofis

Erst Europa, jetzt Japan und die USA: Die Schuldenberge der Industrienationen verunsichern Finanzprofis zusehends. Die Rating-Agentur Standard & Poor's stuft Tokios Kreditwürdigkeit herab, auch Amerika gerät ins Visier der Märkte. Der IWF verlangt radikale Sparpakete. mehr... [ Forum ]


lunar 28.01.2011 09:38

27.01.2011

Rede in Davos

Super-Sarko rüttelt die Weltelite auf

Aus Davos berichtet Sven Böll

Dieser Auftritt könnte in die Geschichte eingehen: Beim Weltwirtschaftsforum in Davos hat Frankreichs Präsident Sarkozy leidenschaftlich den Euro verteidigt - einen Zusammenbruch der Währung würden Paris und Berlin "niemals zulassen". Für die Weltwirtschaft verlangte er eine Radikalreform.......

.....nachgereicht ;)

lunar 28.01.2011 10:48

Felix Zulauf: «Euro könnte bis 1.35 Franken steigen»


28.01.11, 07:14
Scheinbare Fortschritte bei der Überwindung der europäischen Schuldenkrise verleihen dem Euro in der ersten Jahreshälfte 2011 Aufwind. «Dann wird der Franken wieder stärker», sagt der Schweizer Finanz-Guru Felix Zulauf. mehr »

lunar 28.01.2011 10:50

Politik: 28. Januar 2011, 08:58

Opposition scheitert vor Oberstem Gerichtshof in Burma

Aung San Suu Kyis Partei bleibt noch eine letzte Möglichkeit

Der Oberste Gerichtshof in Burma hat es abgelehnt, die Auflösung der Partei von Oppositionsführerin Aung San Suu Kyi zu widerrufen. Der Nationalen Liga für Demokratie bleibt nun theoretisch noch eine Möglichkeit. Die Chancen, dass die Partei wieder zugelassen wird, sind aber so gut wie inexistent. ...


lunar 28.01.2011 11:00

Shahien Nasiripour Crisis Panel Finds Wall Street Appeared To Violate Federal Law

grf67 17 minutes ago (4:33 AM)
243 Fans
Of course Wall Street violated federal law. Wall Street is run by republican*s who do not think our laws apply to them. It is time for many of them to spend a decade or so in federal prisons for fraud and the damage they have done to the country.

breezyholler 25 minutes ago (4:25 AM)
43 Fans
Heck, we can't even prosecute celebritie*s in this country. The rich and famous are untouchabl*e. All this when an honest hardworkin*g family man can have his whole life ruined for smoking weed. There is no true justice, with selective enforcemen*t.

Davest 6 hours ago (10:47 PM)
207 Fans
and in other news...... water is wet...


...it appears :dumm

lunar 28.01.2011 11:22

1 Anhang/Anhänge
:gruebel hmmmm.....ich dachte immer es heisse kiss my a** es heisst wohl sniff my....... :schwitz;)

lunar 28.01.2011 15:26


John Taylor On Whether The Next Market Move Will Be A Black Swan Or A White Crow

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/28/2011 09:01 -0500

While everyone's strategic focal point still continues to be planted firmly on the black swan even horizon, in essence making the "unexpected" negative event virtually impossible as while nobody knows what will cause the crash, everyone is certain a crash will arrive in some form or another, today John Taylor takes an inverse approach and instead of chasing Black Swans he looks at the possibility of a "White Crow" - or the opposite: a positive outlier event with outsized implications on risk assets. The two main White Crows evaluated by Taylor are i) a conversion of the stock market melt up into a rout up, and ii) a bullish outlook on the EURUSD. The latter is particularly notable as the FX titan has long been known for his extremely bearish outlook on the European currency. Is he throwing in the towel and joining Goldman in the long EURUSD trade? Overall a surprisingly optimistic short-term outlook on the market: "Although our cycles argue there is a reasonable probability of a risk peak in the first half of March, followed by a sharp decline, the cyclical picture before that time is positive for risk. The future outlook might be dark, but the models are positive now. Being open to risky assets is the only way to go." And with $200 billion in additional liquidity in February and March, he just may be right.


by TradingJoe
on Fri, 01/28/2011 - 09:16
#912594
Oh Well now all the Bears turn Bullish....! Might as well turn COWish, I don't care! I will no get sucked into this "market", my money is on physicals(big) and puts(small/medium)leaps! Don't give a rats ass where this is going because in the mid to long term it goes to ZERO!

:rolleyes :nw

lunar 28.01.2011 16:49


Nasdaq Data Dissemination Halted As Nasdaq Proxy Apple Sells Off

Submitted by Tyler Durden on 01/28/2011 10:15 -0500



Something odd is going on with the market today: the NASDAQ has, for reasons unknown, halted disseminations and while we are trying to figure out what the reason for this odd market moving event is, confirmed by major sustained negative ticlks, we are looking at the one stock that is more indicative of the Nasdaq (with a 20% weighting) than any other company: Apple. Judging by the chart, there are some very peculiar technicals in process. Just like Greek rioting prompted the flash crash, will today's Egyptian televised attempt at revolution force the Nasdaq to impose a market wide circuit breaker?


by Citxmech
on Fri, 01/28/2011 - 10:31
#912928
I think the point is that when AAPL falls 0.70%, their masters feel the need to step in and interfere with the "free market."

:rolleyes also wirklich nicht eimal 1% :rolleyes


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