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par marie Sam 8 Mai 2010 - 21:20

jpm est donc poursuivi au civil ( par la CFTC) mais également au pénal, par le département de la justice us, antitrust , pour fraude sur silver market

la source de cette info, n'a pas souhaité se faire connaitre, en raison du caractère très sensible de ce dossier

si l'enquête CFTC n'est pas nouvelle .. ( 2 ans environ ) il me semble que ce sont les révélations d'Andrew Maguire ainsi que les auditions du gata devant la CFTC, qui ont provoqué l'action du département antitrust de la justice us


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http://www.gata.org/node/8615
Criminal and civil probes under way into Morgan silver trading


Submitted by cpowell on Sat, 2010-05-08 15:33. Section: Daily Dispatches
11:25a ET Saturday, May 8, 2010
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold (and Silver):
The New York Post tomorrow will report that the U.S. Justice Department has begun a criminal investigation of JPMorgan Chase & Co. in regard to trading in the precious metals markets and that the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission has begun a civil investigation.
The forthcoming Post story was disclosed by its reporter, Michael Gray, at his Internet blog last night:

http://mgray12.wordpress.com/2010/05/07/feds-probe-jp-morgans-silver-trades/

On April 11 Gray reported extensively on GATA's disclosure at the March 25 hearing of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission that a London silver trader had alerted the CFTC in advance to a silver market manipulation by Morgan Chase traders:
http://www.gata.org/node/8529



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par marie Sam 8 Mai 2010 - 22:22

un autre article très interessant sur le sujet, puisqu'il remet l'affaire silver- métaux précieux / manipultation, en perspective ..

et surtout qu'il nous apprend que des poursuites similaires ont récémment été engagées par la cftc contre morgan stanley et un gros hedge fund

ainsi que d'autres sources sur l'action au criminel contre JPM

http://www.thenewamerican.com/index.php/economy/markets-mainmenu-45/3485-manipulation-of-precious-metals-market-under-fire

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There are signs that some minimal government action is finally being taken regarding manipulation of metals and commodities markets. The CTFC last week, for example, slapped multi-million dollar fines on Morgan Stanley and a large hedge fund for just such activities. Various news reports also claim the Department of Justice’s anti-trust division is looking into alleged silver price manipulation by JP Morgan Chase.

The major players in these schemes — most notably the Fed — are being targeted with lawsuits, criminal complaints and congressional legislation which would finally audit the central bank. And the pressure is building for at least some transparency as America’s largest labor unions recently joined forces with hundreds of public interest groups and a significant bipartisan majority in Congress to find out what has been going on behind closed doors at the Fed for decades. But with the economy in shambles and inflation rapidly destroying the U.S. dollar, the time for action to rein in these abuses is rapidly dwindling.



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MessageRe: ça chauffe pour JPM !! / poursuites de la justice US
par marie Sam 8 Mai 2010 - 22:33

pour poursuivre sur ce dossier, le dernier rapport du trésor us sur les positions des banques us en produits dérivés ( pas que les mét précieux , mais le crédit, les tx d'intéret, etc ) , vient de sortir, == > cf analyse de Adrian Douglas


et ne fait que confimer les faits == > augmentation des positions et concentration de plus en plus importante entre une poignée de banques ( 97 % des dérivés pour seulement 5 bques ou institutions financières )

la 2eme partie de son analyse concerne gold et silver dérivés, et la situation sur silver s'est considérablement amplifiée : +37 % d'augmentation sur 1 an ! , avec ici seulement 2 acteurs ( et non pas 5 ), jpm et hsbc, comme nous le savons, depuis fort longtemps
( cf archives d'hardinvestor )

+37%, z'ont peur de rien, les salopiaux ..

http://www.gata.org/node/8611

In Treasury report, shocking evidence of silver price suppression


Submitted by cpowell on Fri, 2010-05-07 17:42. Section: Daily Dispatches
By Adrian Douglas
Friday, May 7, 2010
The U.S. Treasury Department's Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) has just released the Quarter 4 2009 bank derivatives report, which can be found here:
http://www.occ.treas.gov/ftp/release/2010-33a.pdf
This report contains shocking new evidence that can be interpreted only as blatant manipulation of the silver market. Before looking at that evidence specifically, consider some other important points in the report:


"Executive Summary.
"-- The notional value of derivatives held by U.S. commercial banks increased $8.5 trillion in the fourth quarter, or 4.2 percent, to $212.8 trillion.
"-- U.S. commercial banks reported trading revenues of $1.9 billion in the fourth quarter, down 66 percent from $5.7 billion in the third quarter. For the year, banks reported record trading revenues of $22.6 billion, compared to a loss of $836 million in 2008.
"-- In the fourth quarter, net current credit exposure decreased 18 percent, or $86 billion, to $398 billion. Net current credit exposure dropped 50 percent during 2009.
"-- Derivative contracts remain concentrated in interest rate products, which comprise 84 percent of total derivative notional values. The notional value of credit derivative contracts, at $14 trillion, represents 7 percent of total notionals. Credit derivatives notional totals increased by 8 percent during the quarter."
Imagine: an increase of $8.5 trillion in notional value of derivatives in just three months.
It sure looks like the banks are working hard to reduce risk and avoid a recurrence of the financial meltdown of 2008 that was caused by the failure of Lehman Bros. and its monstrously oversized derivatives book.
It also looks like the regulators are working hard to make sure that the risks are not concentrated in a few banks that are "too big to fail." The comments in parentheses are mine, not those of the OCC, although you could probably have worked that out for yourself:
"A total of 1,030 insured U.S. commercial banks reported derivatives activities at the end of the fourth quarter, a decrease of 35 banks from the prior quarter.
"Derivatives activity in the U.S. banking system continues to be dominated by a small group of large financial institutions. Five large commercial banks represent 97 percent of the total banking industry notional amounts and 88 percent of industry net current credit exposure. While market or product concentrations are normally a concern for bank supervisors, there are three important mitigating factors with respect to derivatives activities.
"First, because this report focuses on U.S. commercial banking companies, there are a number of other providers of derivatives products whose activity is not reflected in the data in this report."
(Do you seriously expect us to believe that these other providers significantly dilute a 97 percent monopoly?)
"Second, because the highly specialized business of structuring, trading, and managing derivatives transactions requires sophisticated tools and expertise, derivatives activity is concentrated in those banking companies that have the resources needed to be able to operate this business in a safe and sound manner."
(You have to be kidding me! Where have you guys at the Treasury been the last two years?)
"Third, the OCC and other supervisors have examiners on-site at the largest banks to continuously evaluate the credit, market, operation, reputation, and compliance risks of derivatives activities."
(And how did that work out for you in 2008?)
"In addition to the OCC's on-site supervisory activities, the OCC continues to work with other financial supervisors and major market participants to address infrastructure issues in OTC derivatives, including development of objectives and milestones for stronger trade processing and improved market transparency across all OTC derivatives categories."
(How much more "transparency" do you need to "see" that $206 trillion of derivatives in five banks with combined assets of a measly $5.4 trillion is a "daisy-cutter" bomb big enough to wipe out all things paper on the planet?)
You have to love those "mitigating factors" that the regulators offer as to why five banks owning 97 percent of $213 trillion of derivatives is not a problem. The increase in notional value of all derivatives in just three months is equal to 75 percent of the U.S. gross domestic product. Do the "sophisticated tools" that these bankers require to write derivative contracts include bongs and the strongest hallucinatory drugs on the planet?
Let's have a look at the gold and precious metals derivatives and compare Q3 to Q4 2009.
The gold derivatives of all maturities declined 1.3 percent to $99.9 billion, which was due to a decline in JPMorgan Chase (JPM) holdings of 1 percent to $82.1 billion and a decline in HSBC holdings of 11.2 percent to $16.2 billion.
But the real shocker is in silver. The precious metals (silver) derivatives of all maturities increased by a mind-boggling 37 percent, from $9.29 billion to $12.8 billion. This came principally from increases in the less-than-one-year maturities where the JPM holdings increased 34 percent to $6.76 billion and HSBC holdings increased 58 percent to $4.7 billion. (Despite the radically different percentage increases, interestingly the increases at JPM and HSBC were identical in dollar amounts at $1.7 billion.)
This increase in notional value of silver derivatives represents approximately 220 million ounces, which is 125 percent of the global production of silver during the quarter -- and that is only the increase. The entire notional value represents 106 percent of annual global production.
What possible legitimate purpose could such a monstrous derivative position be serving with a maturity of less than one year?
The only purpose I can think of is for manipulation of the silver market. I am not a regulator but I can't think of any "mitigating factors" for that.
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Adrian Douglas is publisher of the Market Force Analysis letter (www.MarketForceAnalysis.com) and a member of GATA's Board of Directors.



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par du-puel Dim 9 Mai 2010 - 19:27

suite de l'affaire, la CFTC poursuivrait JPM au civil et le DoJ / Anti-Trust en matière criminelle :

http://www.zerohedge.com/article/civil-and-criminal-probes-launched-against-jp-morgan-silver-market-manipulation

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par Invité Lun 10 Mai 2010 - 14:07

C'est la fiesta del slipo : même la FED s'y met !

http://www.gata.org/files/NYPost-MorganProbe-05-09-2010.jpg

Non je plaisante, en fait il s'agit de "feds", c'est-à-dire d'agents fédéraux de la CFTC...Rappelons que JPM est membre fondateur de la FED et en tire encore de multiples ficelles, alors ce n'est pas demain la veille.


L'article du NY Post est cependant intéressant en ce qu'il précise

"JPM has not been charges with any wrongdoing". A suivre...

De toutes façons, je pense que ces poursuites ne peuvent qu'accoucher d'une souris, peut-être une grosse souris au mieux, et encore, à conditions que ça ne traîne pas tellement longtemps que la souris ne décède avant son procès. Et au rythme où vont les choses...

Et puis même une amende de $2 Mds, en dollars de 2018...je pense que JPM pourra se la permettre...

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par Invité Mer 12 Mai 2010 - 11:57

pascalbrutal a écrit:
C'est la fiesta del slipo : même la FED s'y met !

http://www.gata.org/files/NYPost-MorganProbe-05-09-2010.jpg

Non je plaisante, en fait il s'agit de "feds", c'est-à-dire d'agents fédéraux de la CFTC...Rappelons que JPM est membre fondateur de la FED et en tire encore de multiples ficelles, alors ce n'est pas demain la veille.

24hgold s'est planté dans la traduction et annonce fièrement :

"La FED enquête sur la manipulation de l'argent par JP Morgan" dans la rubrique "or fractionnaire"

http://www.24hgold.com/francais/home.aspx#Or%20fractionnaire

Allez ! Un bonnet d'âne et 100 lignes pour demain matin.

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