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Common currency: a forex scandal that epitomises the blindness in the banking crisis 16 November 2014, 8.19pm AEDT   The biggest open secret in the financial world has been confirmed. Regulators in the UK, the US and Switzerland have announced massive fines for some of the world’s largest banks for a manipulation of global currency markets that in its callous ubiquity says so much about the banking behaviours that sparked the global financial crisis. Fines levied by the UK regulator add up to £1.1 billion. The US regulator announced fines of $1.4 billion. Banks hit by these fines include UBS, Citi, JP Morgan, HSBC and RBS. Barclays is yet to come to a settlement on the back of the investigations. The probe uncovered individuals traders within large banks who were working together in trading clubs which had names you would expect from the “ruthless narcissists” on BBC TV show, The...
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  • Wayne
    Wayne says #
    Yes I agree the government is protecting the Banks & themselves. They set up FOS & ASSIC for us to see that there is a regulator
  • Jetfighter
    Jetfighter says #
    Here it is that there is massive corruption at the absolute top level of the Banking industry and yet our governments insist that
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Dear members Both political leaders have given their prospective Xmas speeches and rightfully so have heaped praises on the unsung heroes and heroines of this great country, everyone from the police, doctors and nurses, military and all the volunteer workers and countless others who don't get the recognition they deserve. Both parties have made reference to the less fortunate in our society and I agree whole heartedly but what about the less fortunate who have been put in that position through no fault of their own. I'm talking about all the victims of the banksters and their unquenchable thirst for all our assets, these parasites and their lecherous lawyers have sunk to the lowest depths in order to make their profit margins bigger. To use stealth and cunning to lure victims into these falsified contracts is the height of audacity. What or who gave the banksters the green light to pursue flogging these...
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