SEC sanctions could include total ban on Forex trading or A suspension.
Either way the Banks have committed several violations of SEC rules in undermining a democracy that promotes capitalism..
1st off these are Specialty Hospitals that deal with Preemies, so these hospitals are not in every community.
Second Nicu nurses do work outside of Hospitals in part time positions also..
3 rd Hospitals & MDs do identify high risk births and then work with a outside teams so costs are reduced...
This is only a small part of the new IPO concept being put together..
Today is Monday 3/23/15 and oil is in play like I said..
Forex trading in the Euro is great for FXCM earnings...LOLOLO
Its coming upon 1 year and Hertz can't unwind it accounting problems..
This earning hole goes further than expected.. why else are they not able to release any numbers!!!
FXCM commodities business will brake to the upside on oil trades Monday..
Yemen gov't is coming apart, and so the Saudi port one of the largest oil terminals in the World will soon be faced with oil tanker access shipping problems..
More trades more money!!!!
Will the Bankers be sidelined because of currency manipulation and Fraud??
If so FXcm, and other non bank owned Trading platforms will be the exchange Business
to invest in and th currency wars are building....
Otherwise, Fxcm wil still go back over 5.00 just so the books of investment institutions look better than what they are . lolololol
"STRATEGIC rivalry between America and China takes many forms. Rarely does a clear winner emerge. An exception, however, is the tussle over China’s efforts to found a new Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). China has won, gaining the support of American allies not just in Asia but in Europe, and leaving America looking churlish and ineffectual.
This month first Britain and then France, Germany and Italy said they hoped to join the bank as founding shareholders. China said other European countries such as Luxembourg and Switzerland are thinking of joining the queue."
Full article in the Economist 8 hours ago!!!
enjoy it !!!
Fx trading will only grow as China and Russia are going off the Petro dollar plantation and the other European countries are following up as investors in this new Banking system.
China oil reserves are in Iran as well as in African Nations and Russia's is well know!!
As petro dollar conversions decrease the Federal reserve will find more Volatility in exchange rates and a short fall in debt repayments to outstanding debt, creating more Volatility...
The FED talks about inflation targets, yet wage/employment growth is the 900 lb squid in the pool and the money pool is no longer going to be owned by the FED.. See Russia China bank.
This was no isolated incident. Wachovia, it turns out, had made a habit of helping move money for Mexican drug smugglers. Wells Fargo & Co., which bought Wachovia in 2008, has admitted in court that its unit failed to monitor and report suspected money laundering by narcotics traffickers -- including the cash used to buy four planes that shipped a total of 22 tons of cocaine. as reported in 2010.
How HSBC hooked up with drug traffickers and terrorists. And got away with it. search it
A J P Morgan high-level bank official Sued stating that the JPM clients might be involved in fraud and money laundering, her suit claims, JPMorgan moved to silence her — pressuring her to stop raising questions about the client, assigning her other clients to junior colleagues and, finally, firing her.
To big to Jail.....
Well the Head of the ATF just resigned today, so those Drug Dealers and their Bankers communications may now come to the surface...
and copy the US DOJ Eric Holder :
On March 6, 2013, Holder testified to the Senate Judiciary Committee that the size of large financial institutions has made it difficult for the Justice Department to bring criminal charges when they are suspected of crimes, because such charges can threaten the existence of a bank and therefore their interconnectedness may endanger the national or global economy. "Some of these institutions have become too large,” Holder told the Committee.
Holder has also endorsed the notion that prosecutors, when deciding to pursue white-collar crimes, should give special consideration to "collateral consequences" of bringing charges against large corporate institutions, as outlined in a 1999 memorandum by Holder.
Holder has by repeatedly sought and reached deferred prosecution and non-prosecution agreements and settlements with large financial institutions such as J.P. Morgan Chase, HSBC, Countrywide Mortgage, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs, and others where the institution pays a fine or penalty but faces no criminal charges and admits no wrongdoing.
Good Luck to US!!!!