Bond Trading Comes To A Halt, Markets Hold Breath As China’s Shadow Banking Grinds To A Halt, And 4 Astonishing Charts Reveal The World Is Going Exponential

Posted: March 12, 2014 in Uncategorized
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SCROLL DOWN FOR NEWS LINKS AND VIDEOS: Shades of the 2008 economic crisis are everywhere in today’s Global Markets. What seems to be coming  on the horizon is more horrific in scope that the 2008 recession. I can stress enough how weak the Global Economy is while the Main Stream Media sits back and report how everything is okay in America. The Shadow Banking Crisis happening now has been foretold over 2 years ago. The world truly holds its breathe as every day the hourglass ticks away at the  financial Armageddon approaching this world. It will truly be a nightmarish event that will have us begging our government to save us. It will be a nightmare of epic proportions


Zerohedge: The topic of disappearing bond market liquidity and volume has been beaten to death on this site over the past several years. Nothing new here: thanks to the Fed’s central-planning mission creep which has made efficient and fair markets into a surreal mockery, first equity, and then fixed income trading has been made irrelevant as there is no longer such a thing as price discovery, and with it have disappeared liquidity in the two largest equity and fixed income markets in the world.

It got so bad even the TBAC was openly complaining to the Treasury last August that there is no longer a bond market in the conventional sense, with the clear implication that since there are barely any fixed income transactions, Wall Street can’t make money on either flow or prop trading side of things (and also warned that if and when the selling starts in earnest, watch out below). Alas, since Wall Street was explicitly fighting the Fed (remember: the main reason there is no volume is because nobody is selling) Wall Street has once again lost, and despite its appeals, the time to pay the piper has come READ MORE:


TELEGRAPH.CO.UK: A slew of shockingly weak data from China and Japan has led to a sharp sell-off in Asian stock markets and the biggest one-day crash in iron ore prices since the Lehman crisis, calling into question the strength of the global recovery.

The Shanghai Composite index of stocks fell below the key level of 2,000 after investors reacted with shock to an 18pc slump in Chinese exports in February and to signs that credit is wilting again. Iron ore fell 8.3pc.

Fresh loans in China’s shadow banking system evaporated to almost nothing from $160bn READ MORE:


KING WORLD NEWS: As the world seems to hurtle from one crisis to another, today a man out of Europe who has been extremely accurate with his calls on the gold market sent King World News a tremendous piece which asks the question, is the world going exponential?  There are also four remarkable charts included in this outstanding piece.  Below is the KWN exclusive piece by Ronald-Peter Stoferle of Incrementum AG out of Liechtenstein.

By Ronald-Peter Stoferle, Incrementum AG Liechtenstein

March 11 (King World News) – Are We Going Exponential?

There is an undeniable fact with significant consequences:  Today money is lent into existence; the outstanding interest for that very loan is not….READ MORE:







  1. Truth2Freedom says:

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  2. The ins and outs of finance, particularly global finance, causes me brain to shut down! 🙂 I need to do some serious studying if I want to even begin to understand what all this means. For example, I have no idea what you mean by “shadow banking”. Forgive my ignorance of this; I’m a little ashamed to admit it!


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