Twist, Turn and Tilt

Twist, Turn and Tilt

By Tom Heneghan, International Intelligence Expert

UNITED STATES of America – It can now be reported that the back end of the Federal Reserve’s yield curve remains back loaded in out calendar years (2013 and 2014).

Liquidity in the worldwide financial system is being sucked up by the derivatives tied to major U.S. and worldwide banks.

Note: Accordingly, at this hour, massive repatriation of collateralized assets (property rights and precious metals) continue (reference the Philippines and Singapore).

Item: It is only 30% complete.

P.S. We continue to announce that IMF financial officers, as well as the Central Bank of Japan, continue to demand the final implementation of the Wanta-Reagan-Mitterrand Protocols that will eliminate worldwide debt (without any inflationary threat), re-collateralize the banks and create a currency equilibrium, which is the key to stabilizing world financial markets.
 P.P.S. IMF officials are still concerned about the artificially orchestrated exchange rate of the Japanese yen.

Note: IMF’s end of the year projections for the yen is to trade at 118.50 a reciprocal of 84.38.

Yes, folks, it is all about financial stability and an end to blackbox high frequency bank trading, the implementation of the Volcker Rule, a currency equilibrium and the final implementation of the Wanta-Reagan-Mitterrand Protocols.

Posted by John MacHaffie at 10:07 PM

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