Hang the Short Sellers? Short selling ban in Spain

The European debt crisis is over! Italy and Spain have it all figured out! The problem isn’t unsustainable debt loads, ineffective economic policies and a lack of competitiveness on the global stage. It’s that evil short sellers are pushing down the shares of European banks just so they can make a profit.

Since the 2008 financial crisis, securities regulators around the world have waged ineffective wars on short selling.

The short selling bans in Italy and Spain are the latest attempt by Continue reading “Hang the Short Sellers? Short selling ban in Spain”

Hello World Bank for International Settlements Warns

Yesterday I was going through a very interesting piece delivered by Jaime Caruana . General manager of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and he also hold the position in the past to be a former governor of Bank of Spain.

Well the message from the report of BIS is very clear that not enough being done to repair finances of Banks & Governments – cheap central-bank money props up the lame ducks. Another major remark from BIS Continue reading “Hello World Bank for International Settlements Warns”