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Wednesday
Oct052011

IMF Considers Buying Distressed Bonds Of Italy, Spain

New threat from Europe using U.S. taxpayer cash.

Pause to remember that U.S. taxpayers fund almost 20% of the IMF war chest, which could now be used to buy up the debt of weak Euozone members, a move that would end in massive losses as we enter 2012 and bond yields soar in Italy and Spain as it becomes clear that neither country will meet deficit targets, just like Greece.  Since when does the IMF's charter allow for government bond purchases?

Marketwatch

LONDON -- Antonio Borges, Europe director at the International Monetary Fund, said Wednesday that the IMF could cooperate with the euro zone by buying up distressed government bonds, according to media reports.  The fund could use its own resources to help restore confidence in the debt markets of Italy and Spain, but there are no immediate proposals on the table, Borges said, according to a Bloomberg report. The Financial Times reported that Borges also called for swift action on recapitalizing European banks, warning that a failure to restore confidence in the sector could lead to another credit crunch at a time when the economy is already slowing.

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Bloomberg

European Union officials are working on plans to boost bank capital to contain the euro-region’s debt crisis, the International Monetary Fund said, as Moody’s Investors Service warned of deteriorating public finances.

“There is no secret at all that European authorities and the European Commission are all working together on a plan to bring more official capital, more public-sector capital, into the banking sector,” Antonio Borges, the IMF’s European department head, said today in Brussels. “We would recommend that it move to a European approach,” he said. “More should be done on a cross-border basis.”

Signals that European politicians may step up efforts to aid banks and push investors to take deeper losses as part of a Greek bailout reflect international pressure to end the debt crisis and domestic opposition to expanding rescues.

Moody’s Investors Service late yesterday followed its three-level downgrade of Italy by warning that euro-area nations rated below the top Aaa level may see their rankings cut.

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FRANKFURT (MarketWatch) — It looks unlikely that Jean-Claude Trichet on Thursday will mark his impending exit from the helm of the European Central Bank by undoing this year’s rate hikes, but the institution is widely expected to take steps now to further shore up the region’s banking sector as fears mount over the consequences of the euro-zone debt crisis.

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/european-central-bank-to-hold-fire-for-now-2011-10-05
Oct 5, 2011 at 10:11 AM | Registered CommenterDailyBail
Why George Soros bought MF Global Italian Bonds (Video)

http://www.reuters.com/video/2012/01/24/reuters-tv-why-george-soros-bought-italian-bonds-fr?videoId=229085600&videoChannel=117853

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George Soros explains why his fund bought 2 billion dollars of MF Global Italian bonds - and why he would buy even more. The secret sauce: Deflation. That, Soros tells Chrystia Freeland, will give Italian bonds a fantastic yield, even though it...
Jan 26, 2012 at 6:19 AM | Unregistered Commenterjohn

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