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by Ashraf Laidi
Posted: Feb 22, 2010 5:00
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Gold, Oil & Indices (Equity & Bond Indices)

Discuss Gold, Oil & Indices (Equity & Bond Indices)
 
macrosam
United States
Posts: 190
9 years ago
Apr 18, 2010 21:39
Ed, I have access to a Bloomberg terminal. If you'd like, I can run the correlations and then e-mail you the screen files.
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mulhouse, France
Posts: 2822
9 years ago
Apr 18, 2010 16:29
a lawsuit over greek debt level and their implication nobody wants it
they acted on behalf of far bigger institutions than they are. its going to be the same effect of silver jpm whistleblower.
Callum
Singapore, Singapore
Posts: 179
9 years ago
Apr 18, 2010 16:06
@ed - bloomberg terminal lets you do this. But expensive.
ed
Posted Anonymously
9 years ago
Apr 17, 2010 22:20
Thsi co-relation with Oil/Gold and SP and Oil... can someone lead me to a system or data or charting that I can use that will allow me to follow this....

Thanks
Qiman
United States
Posts: 237
9 years ago
Apr 17, 2010 19:59
A lawsuit over the fudging of the true level of Greek debt would indeed be interesting, and wouldn't shock me. Here is another article regarding how European banks were hurt by Goldman and the possible ramifications of the latest developments:
http://blogs.reuters.com/columns/2010/04/16/europeans-wont-be-amused-by-alleged-goldman-scam/
asad
London, UK
Posted Anonymously
9 years ago
Apr 17, 2010 18:57
Guys,

It'd be SO cool if another lawsuit followed, charging Goldman for its role in the Greek crisis! Now that'll be a double (dip) whammy...


Asad
Qiman
United States
Posts: 237
9 years ago
Apr 17, 2010 17:58
I guess this is the best sub-category into which to post this Goldman story, could add some more heat to their situation:

"Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. may have grounds to sue Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Barclays Plc after they obtained assets from CME Group Inc. for less than half their value, bankruptcy examiner Anton Valukas said..."


The examiner concludes that an argument can be made that the transfers at issue were fraudulent, Mr. Valukas said in the report. Under bankruptcy law, the auction may be able to be undone, he said."
http://www.crainsnewyork.com/article/20100414/FREE/100419939/1072
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mulhouse, France
Posts: 2822
9 years ago
Apr 17, 2010 11:53
callum
not now the pullback has terminated yet to resume the downtrend
asad
London, UK
Posted Anonymously
9 years ago
Apr 17, 2010 11:23
Ashraf,

I raised this issue earlier last week as well...and now it's 'swelled' enough for me to ignore.

The price differential b/w crude's May, June & July contracts...

May: 83.24
June: 84.67
July: 86.22

...is unusually wider, don't you think so. A classico contango! Say that we approach the month end ~ the same situation...umm, this points to higher oil prices doesn't it?

What's your take on this? Thanks...


Asad
Chartvuze
salisbury, UK
Posted Anonymously
10 years ago
Apr 17, 2010 8:18
I agree with Asad, Chris Vermeulen did not predict the fall in gold, it was precipitated by the GS affair.
many of his predictions are very ambiguous.

My prediction for gold, short term, it may go up it may down


Good luck out there