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BANKING & ECONOMY

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Starseed
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#526 | Posted: 25 May 2011 08:23
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14 UK banks on review for potential credit rating downgrades

14 British banks on review for potential credit rating downgrades, citing the lack of any state-sponsored bailouts in the future.

The list of banks on the watch-list released by Moody's on Tuesday includes the Royal Bank of Scotland and Lloyds Banking Group, both of which were bailed out by the government at the height of the global credit squeeze in 2008 and retain significant state ownership.

British banks benefit from an "implicit expectation" that taxpayers will rescue them.

Moody's review covered 18 banks in all. Among other leading lenders, it said the debt rating for Barclays PLC, which did not take state funding, has been changed to negative from stable while HSBC Holding PLC's was affirmed with a negative outlook.

The 14 banks on review for potential donwgrade are: Bank of Ireland UK PLC, Co-Operative Bank PLC, Coventry Building Society; Lloyds TSB Bank PLC, Nationwide Building Society, Newcastle Building Society, Norwich & Peterborough Building Society, Nottingham Building Society, Principality Building Society, Royal Bank of Scotland PLC, Santander UK PLC, Skipton Building Society, West Bromwich Building Society and Yorkshire Building Society.


Stage 1 - downgrading

Stage ? - No bailout money left, and all previous bailout money disappeared, inevitable collapse (as predicted) and still our previous bailout debt remains?

Stage ? Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Greece, UK ...

Stage ? Guess?
Starseed
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#527 | Posted: 25 May 2011 22:06
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dreamkatcher
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#528 | Posted: 2 Jun 2011 08:36
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Ian R Crane
An 'Independent Inquiry' into how the Rothschild's control the British (and every other EU) Economy ... LOL!!
The Bank of England's astonishing escape from the financial crisis
www.telegraph.co.uk
Unreported outside the business pages, a remarkable hearing took place last week one which may well culminate in the Commons Treasury Select Committee demanding a full independent inquiry into the Bank of England's handling of the financial crisis.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/jeremy-warner/8543319/The-Bank-of-Englands -astonishing-escape-from-the-financial-crisis.html
ImOverHere
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#529 | Posted: 2 Jun 2011 09:22
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dreamkatcher:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/jeremy-warner/8543319/The-Bank-of-Englands -astonishing-escape-from-the-financial-crisis.html

Not a word that this is a private profit making corporation. Profits go to the Bank of England Nominees not into the national coffer. Who are these B of E Nominees ? you shall never no for sure but it is strongly understood it is the Windsors and their ilke. How much do they get from the B of E and how much associated tax is paid to the national coffer ? You shall never know because a Gagging Order is in force in your "democratic" Parliament. Feel used, exploited, stiched up, lied to, manipulated ? Who cares? Just shut-up and get back to work to pay tax to pay off government loans with interest to provide a rather nice life style for the B of E Nominees and other fat cat parasites.
dreamkatcher
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#530 | Posted: 2 Jun 2011 23:51
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Was reading a magazine today whilst at hospital with autistic grandson for his treatment.
Did you know JK Rowland was a lot richer than the Queen, by millions? I didnt, but this isnt a subject I know much about.
skipman
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#531 | Posted: 4 Jun 2011 13:21
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I have posted this,as there is no way you would get a conversation like this from the MSM. Also because they mention a phrase I have not heard in years "the peace dividend" Who else can remember the debates that were had on the uses the money saved from cold war spending,could be put to?

http://www.thetruthseeker.co.uk/?p=27618
ImOverHere
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#532 | Posted: 5 Jun 2011 08:07
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skipman
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#533 | Posted: 9 Jun 2011 13:28 | Edited by: skipman
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You can tell from this site that they know what is coming. Do you get the impression they are looking forward to what is unfolding?

http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/archives/18-signs-the-collapse-of-society-is-accel erating
skipman
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#534 | Posted: 9 Jun 2011 18:23
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Just had a wierd call from my bank.This is how it went.
"Hello can I speak to ________"
Thats me How can I help?"
This is your bank. Do you have some time answer a few questions?"
"Ok"
"Thank-you, This call may be recorded for training purposes. First I must ask you some security questions"
"Why"
"To confirm who you are"
But you have called me.You could be anyone,I should be asking you security questions to confirm who you are.I am not giving out my security details to some one I do not know. So what is the last number of my account?
"I am sorry sir but we cannot give customers details out over the phone.But I do understand your concern.
Let me get this straight. When I ring you about my bank details I expect to give answers to your questions, to verify that I am who I say I am. Yet when you ring me I have to give you my details even though I do not know who you are and you will not answer my questions that would verify who you are."
"Urm Yes.May I suggest that you ring a free phone number that I am going to give you..."

I stopped him right there and told him to forget it. I then rang my manager. It was a ligitimate call. He agreed that it was a catch 22, and even he would have refused to answer in these identity theft days. But most people did answer.
Anyone else had this type of call?
Starseed
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#535 | Posted: 9 Jun 2011 21:59
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skipman:
Just had a wierd call from my bank.This is how it went.
"Hello can I speak to ________"
Thats me How can I help?"
This is your bank. Do you have some time answer a few questions?"
"Ok"
"Thank-you, This call may be recorded for training purposes. First I must ask you some security questions"
"Why"
"To confirm who you are"
But you have called me.You could be anyone,I should be asking you security questions to confirm who you are.I am not giving out my security details to some one I do not know. So what is the last number of my account?
"I am sorry sir but we cannot give customers details out over the phone.But I do understand your concern.
Let me get this straight. When I ring you about my bank details I expect to give answers to your questions, to verify that I am who I say I am. Yet when you ring me I have to give you my details even though I do not know who you are and you will not answer my questions that would verify who you are."
"Urm Yes.May I suggest that you ring a free phone number that I am going to give you..."

I stopped him right there and told him to forget it. I then rang my manager. It was a ligitimate call. He agreed that it was a catch 22, and even he would have refused to answer in these identity theft days. But most people did answer.
Anyone else had this type of call?

I have done that exact same thing with credit card companies and others. It`s incredible that some people would just give over the info...
smoopy
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#536 | Posted: 10 Jun 2011 01:51
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skipman:
skipman
Member#534 | Posted: 9 Jun 2011 18:23
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Just had a wierd call from my bank.This is how it went.
"Hello can I speak to ________"
Thats me How can I help?"
This is your bank. Do you have some time answer a few questions?"
"Ok"
"Thank-you, This call may be recorded for training purposes. First I must ask you some security questions"
"Why"
"To confirm who you are"
But you have called me.You could be anyone,I should be asking you security questions to confirm who you are.I am not giving out my security details to some one I do not know. So what is the last number of my account?
"I am sorry sir but we cannot give customers details out over the phone.But I do understand your concern.
Let me get this straight. When I ring you about my bank details I expect to give answers to your questions, to verify that I am who I say I am. Yet when you ring me I have to give you my details even though I do not know who you are and you will not answer my questions that would verify who you are."
"Urm Yes.May I suggest that you ring a free phone number that I am going to give you..."

I stopped him right there and told him to forget it. I then rang my manager. It was a ligitimate call. He agreed that it was a catch 22, and even he would have refused to answer in these identity theft days. But most people did answer.
Anyone else had this type of call?

fucking ace post mate that has happend to me god you are so right not to give details mate
ImOverHere
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#537 | Posted: 10 Jun 2011 08:13 | Edited by: ImOverHere
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Paypal have a good account verification system to help ensure the account you identify as yours is really yours. They deposit two small sums of money in your account. You then have to contact your bank or wait for a statement to find out what the amounts were and then advise Paypal what the amounts were. The two amounts are a matter of pennies and can be anything between 0 and 200.

My concern for the future is with the extremely large and very fast processing power of quantum computers that can break conventional cyphers and passwords in seconds.

http://www.techradar.com/news/computing/the-mind-blowing-possibilities-of-quantum-com puting-663261
AllSpark
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#538 | Posted: 10 Jun 2011 09:52
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ImOverHere:
Paypal have a good account verification system to help ensure the account you identify as yours is really yours. They deposit two small sums of money in your account. You then have to contact your bank or wait for a statement to find out what the amounts were and then advise Paypal what the amounts were. The two amounts are a matter of pennies and can be anything between 0 and 200.

It was much easier when we exchanged chickens and sacks of potatoes.
ImOverHere
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#539 | Posted: 10 Jun 2011 20:12
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AllSpark:
It was much easier when we exchanged chickens and sacks of potatoes.

I suppose so but wallets must of been a lot bigger and roulette tables were a right bloody mess.
skipman
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#540 | Posted: 11 Jun 2011 13:36 | Edited by: skipman
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ImOverHere:
AllSpark: It was much easier when we exchanged chickens and sacks of potatoes.
I suppose so but wallets must of been a lot bigger and roulette tables were a right bloody mess.

Just snarfed my drink all over my keyboard,brilliant
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