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Banker: All your money are belong to us

June 28, 2013 - Harry Eagar
After Reaganism crashed the economy, many people claimed that financial markets are self-correcting. Of course, they had also said that before the crash. Alan Greenspan, for instance.

So RtO must suppose that no evidence will ever bring the free marketeers into contact with reality. Further evidence comes from the saga of Jon Corzine. Bloomberg News summarizes the latest revelations:

"The CFTC sued Corzine, 66, yesterday for failing to oversee the company properly while it spiraled toward failure in 2011 as $1.6 billion in customer funds went missing. The CFTC alleged he did nothing about inadequate controls over misuse of customer funds, that he was aware of the firm’s extreme shortage of cash and that he didn’t ask any questions about where the money was coming from to make transfers he ordered."

Somehow, Corzine mislaid $1,600,000,000.00 of customer money. He says he has no idea where it went. "Search me."

Note that this happened in 2011. It appears the finance capitalists did not learn anything in 2008. Nothing new, anyway.

 
 

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OneAikea

Jun-29-13 2:01 AM

Banks are owned and run by the rich. Buying out smaller banks to bankrupt another. Wallstreet plays the market of which bank is for sale. If you are of the 99% banks will not loan you money. If you are of the 1% they don't need to borrow. Many have their money offshore.

 
 

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