| une bankstère nommée à la tête de la division métaux du CME à Londres |
par marie Jeu 27 Jan 2011 - 22:21
il suffit de lire le cv de la dame, pour voir de quoi il reléve ..
( le cme, c'est la boite qui gére les marchés de futures, et notamment ceux de gold et siver à NY.. sous nom plus connu de comex ou nymex)
NM Rothschild, Merrill Lynch, UBS Warburg, Standard Bank, and Macquarie Bank.. rien que ça !! http://www.kitco.com/reports/KitcoNews20110127AS_CME.html
|CME Group Names Harriet Hunnable As Managing Director For Metals Products |
27 January 2011, 9:39 a.m.
By Kitco News
|(Kitco News) - CME Group has named Harriet Hunnable as managing director for metals products, the company announced Thursday. |
Hunnable will be responsible for developing and executing CME Group’s global metals business strategy, the exchange said. She will be based in London and report to Joe Raia, managing director of energy and metals products.
"CME Group operates the most liquid metals markets in the world, and having Harriet run this business from London underscores our commitment to globalizing our business and putting business owners in the regions where we see the greatest opportunities to continue growing our markets and client base," Raia said.
Hunnable has more than 20 years of experience in global metals markets. She was most recently senior manager at Macquarie Bank in London, where she was responsible for deal generation in the bank's commodities sector.
Previously, she was business development manager for a division of Standard Bank. She also has served as director of precious-metals sales for UBS Warburg and was a vice president for Merrill Lynch. She began her commodities career with NM Rothschild & Sons. She holds a bachelor's degree from Trinity College in Dublin.
By Allen Sykora of Kitco News; firstname.lastname@example.org
commentaires sur www.lemetropolecafe.comBill,
The intensity of the cartel assaults on gold in January is unreal. Out of 18 trading days so far (excluding MLK day) 17 days, or 95%, had a sharp Comex selloff between 8:30AM and 10:30AM. How unbelievably rigged is it when traders have a 95% chance of success by merely selling gold near the open and covering sometime by mid-day? Just as unbelievable is 5 of those trading days, or 28%, have been stopped cold at 1% gains. They are throwing the kitchen sink at gold with little to show for it so far. Maybe today's standard 9:00 selloff was on the news of the CME hiring Harriet Hunnable as managing director of global metals products. http://www.kitco.com/reports/KitcoNews20110127AS_CME.htmlHunnable's career is a veritable stroll through bullion banks worldwide, with tenures at NM Rothschild, Merrill Lynch, UBS Warburg, Standard Bank, and Macquarie Bank. I'm sure the CME really looks forward to her unique perspective on how to prevent PM derivatives from blowing to kingdom come. If anybody thought the CME could ever police itself this ends all doubt. I guess conflicts of interest have become so common that nobody even cares. In an already rigged casino the CME just announced, "abandon all hope, ye longs who enter here". In a market desperate for real physical raising margins and going to cash settlements will only go so far. Hunnable's job may be a bit more difficult than she imagines.
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