New York Fed Plans to Throw $2.93 Trillion at Wall Street’s Trading Houses Over Next Month as New York Times Remains Silent

Wall Street on Parade – by Pam Martens and Russ Martens

One has to wonder how much money it would take for the New York Fed to throw at Wall Street before the New York Times reports to its readers on the biggest Wall Street bailout by the Fed since the financial crisis. 

Last Thursday, December 12, the New York Fed announced that over the next month it would shower the trading houses (primary dealers) on Wall Street with a total of $2.93 trillion in short-term loans. The money is for a Wall Street liquidity crisis that has yet to be explained in credible terms to the American people and yet the New York Times does not appear to have an investigative reporter assigned to investigate what’s really going on just 11 years after those same trading houses blew themselves up in the biggest financial crash since the Great Depression and took the U.S. economy along for the ride.

Read the rest here: https://wallstreetonparade.com/2019/12/new-york-fed-plans-to-throw-2-93-trillion-at-wall-streets-trading-houses-over-next-month-as-new-york-times-remains-silent/

7 thoughts on “New York Fed Plans to Throw $2.93 Trillion at Wall Street’s Trading Houses Over Next Month as New York Times Remains Silent

  1. Throw??? WTF does that mean?

    Why dont you THROW 2.93 trillion and my social security you traitor? And while your at it, THROW THE NEW YORK MIDGET BILLIONAIRE IN PRISON!

  2. ‘The money is for a Wall Street liquidity crisis that has yet to be explained in credible terms to the American people and yet the New York Times does not appear to have an investigative reporter assigned to investigate what’s really going on just 11 years after those same trading houses blew themselves up in the biggest financial crash since the Great Depression and took the U.S. economy along for the ride.’

    yet to be explained in credible terms? what could that possibly be?

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