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Moody's Demotes US Banking System After Recent Banker Bailouts, Insolvent Deteriorating Environment Reader 03/16/2023 (Thu) 18:09 Id: b49ec6 [Preview] No. 20020
Moody's Demotes US Banking System After Recent Banking Bailouts, Insolvent Deteriorating Environment

Prior to the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), Moody’s Investors Service rated the United States banking system as “stable.” Since that time, Moody’s has downgraded American banks to “negative” status, citing a “rapidly deteriorating operating environment.”

Despite regulators’ “best efforts to shore up the industry,” to quote CNBC‘s Jeff Cox, America’s financial foundation is crumbling – which is no surprise seeing as how it was always a Ponzi scheme house of cards built on deception and bad faith.

One of the “big three” rating services, Moody’s is setting the stage for the final and inevitable collapse of America’s banking sector. One might even say that the banking sector has already collapsed, even though the powers that be are still hiding the wreckage from public view as much as possible.

“We have changed to negative from stable our outlook on the U.S. banking system to reflect the rapid deterioration in the operating environment following deposit runs at Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), Silvergate Bank, and Signature Bank (SNY) and the failures of SVB and SNY,” Moody’s said in a report.

The announcement from Moody’s came after the entity warned that it was either going to downgrade or recommend downgrading some seven institutions thus far. In addition to SVB, SNY, and Silvergate, other institutions that are under review for potential downgrades include First Republic, Intrust Financial, UMB, Zions Bancorp, Western Alliance, and Comerica.

There are likely many more banks with massive unrealized losses that are also on the hook since they purchased Treasury bonds and other government debt when interest rates were near-zero. Since that time, the Federal Reserve’s Jerome Powell has progressively hiked rates, sending the value of these bank bonds into a downward tailspin.

“Banks with substantial unrealized securities losses and with non-retail and uninsured U.S. depositors may still be more sensitive to depositor competition or ultimate flight, with adverse effects on funding, liquidity, earnings and capital,” Moody’s report further warns.

Despite this downgrading and the canary in the coal mine that it represents, numerous bank stocks rose this week. This is because the Wall Street casino is now completely detached from reality – and has been detached from reality for many, many years.

You can be sure that at some point, the Ponzi scheme will unravel for the world to see.

Even though the United States technically entered a recession last year using standard metrics and methodology, the Biden regime changed the definition of recession to exclude the current economic crisis. Moody’s estimates that a “recession” according to Biden will hit the country later this year.

“Biden may not know it yet, but he is a designated fall guy for bankers,” one Natural News commenter suggested.

“The Federal Reserve has been shorting the U.S. economy since its inception in 1913. The Federal Reserve has engineered one catastrophe after another. The Federal Reserve should have been shut down like a hundred years ago.”

Will the America we know today still be recognizable a year from now?


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The latest bank on the chopping block appears to be Credit Suisse, a Swiss bank whose shares plunged this week after the company announced a “material weakness” problem with its operations.

Shares in Credit Suisse fell to an all-time low this week following the announcement, which came just days after Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), Signature Bank, First Republic, and Pac West entered a financial death spiral from the contagion.

Switzerland’s second-largest bank, Credit Suisse confirmed some $8 billion in losses in 2022 because of the material weakness. Now, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is warning the bank that it is in jeopardy of providing a misstatement over the accounting of cash flows in 2019 and 2020, which is why it delayed its annual report until this week.

According to Credit Suisse, the “weakness” in its books stems from a “failure to design and maintain an effective risk assessment process to identify and analyze the risk of material misstatements.” In other words, Credit Suisse is a poorly run bank that likely committed all kinds of fraud that were ignored or overlooked because had it been exposed, the company would have gone kaput a long time ago.


Ken Griffin, the founder of Citadel hedge fund, has stated that the Federal Reserve’s rescue package for Silicon Valley Bank is a clear indication that American capitalism is “breaking down before our eyes,” according to a report this week.

He argued in an interview with the Financial Times that taxpayers should not have to bail out institutional investors following the Fed’s intervention to prevent contagion in the US banking sector following SVB’s collapse in Santa Clara.

“The US is supposed to be a capitalist economy, and that’s breaking down before our eyes,” he said. “There’s been a loss of financial discipline with the government bailing out depositors in full.”


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Federal Reserve To Print Another $2 Trillion To Bailout Corrupt Insolvent Stooges, Further Devaluing Dollar

Best be liquidating some of your savings into hard assets (not stocks or bonds hurrr durrr) if you already have not done so. If you have one bank account best set up a few more and diversify some of the money you have into several different banks too. More are going to go under, with endless bailouts, until they crash the entire financial system via hyperinflation consequences.


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By the way, Saudia Arabia just joined the BRICS+ nations. They are going to be trading oil OUTSIDE the US Dollar for the first time in decades, since 1974... End of the petrodollar. Three biggest oil producers are all in on ending it: Russia, Iran and now Saudi Arabia. Saudis and Iranians made a recent peace pack too. Jews are pissed about that lol.

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