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Category Archives: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

Trump’s Treasury Secretary Pick Is A Lucky Man… Very Lucky

Authored by Jesse Eisinger, originally posted at, Steven Mnuchin has made a career out of being lucky. The former Goldman Sachs banker nominated to become Donald Trump’s treasury secretary had the perspicacity to purchase a collapsed subprime mortgage lender soon after the financial crisis, getting a sweet deal from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. […]

Fed Wants To Bar Banks From Owning Physical Commodities, Equities

What is The Fed suddenly worried about? In a somewhat shocking report from The Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen and her motley crew of private bankers are urging Congress to make some significant changes to banking regulation. As Bloomberg highlights: Fed urges Congress to repeal section of the Bank Holding Act that allows Wall Street firms […]

It Appears Deutsche Bank Is Prepping for an Avalanche of Fraud Charges Including It’s Gold Derivative Products?

We have forensically picked apart Deutsche Bank in a way that no other entity ever has, likely including Deutsche Bank itself. While we may not know all of its secrets, we likely now know more than almost everybody else. We will publish our findings to Veritaseum Knowledge clients early this week, but in the meantime we will […]

ZeroHedge: Burlington College Closing Due To “Crushing Debt” Incurred Under Presidency Of Bernie Sanders’ Wife

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. In what may or may not be a harbinger of things to come should Bernie Sanders become president, earlier today Burlington College, a small Vermont private school once led by the wife of Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, said Monday […]

ZeroHedge: Fed Inspector General: “We Discovered Issues That Warrant Immediate Attention”

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. The Fed’s troubling, recurring and perhaps criminal data “leakage” problem has been thoroughly documented over the past years: from Tim Geithner telling bank CEOs what the Fed will do will in advance of it becoming before, to early leaks of […]

ZeroHedge: Frontrunning: April 14

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Global shares reach four-month high, forex hit by Singapore sting (Reuters) Dollar Rally Hits Commodities as Europe Halts Global Stock Gains (BBG) Currencies Across Asia Fall Sharply Against U.S. Dollar (WSJ) IEA expects limited impact from oil output freeze at […]

ZeroHedge: Federal Regulators Accuse Banks Of Not Having Credible Crisis Plans, Would Need Another Bailout

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. Perhaps the biggest farce to result from the Dodd-Frank legislation designed to “rein in” banks was the ridiculous notion of “living wills” –  a concept that makes zero sense in an environment where the failure of even one bank assures […]

Is The Political Climate Shifting Against The Oil And Gas Industry?

Submitted by Nick Cunningham via, Oil and gas companies have had a tough time over the past year trying to weather the storm of falling oil prices. But the political and financial winds are moving in the wrong direction for the industry, raising more “above ground” problems at a time that they can ill-afford […]

The Full Details Of How Goldman Criminally Obtained Confidential Information Form The New York Fed

Two days ago we reported that the saga of Rohit Bansal, Goldman’s “leaker” at the Fed is coming to a close with the announcement of a criminal case filed against Goldman’s deep throat who had previously spent 7 years at the NY Fed, and was about to spend some time in prison, and who had […]

Unsound Banking: Why Most Of The World’s Banks Are Headed For Collapse

Submitted by Doug Casey via, You’re likely thinking that a discussion of “sound banking” will be a bit boring. Well, banking should be boring. And we’re sure officials at central banks all over the world today—many of whom have trouble sleeping—wish it were. This brief article will explain why the world’s banking system is […]