venerdì 15 giugno 2012

Ma come? Si sono dimenticati di avvisare il Giappone?....

Vi ricordate il mega-rumors di ieri sera in merito al mitico intervento coordinato di "Salvataggio del Mondo" da parte delle Banche Centrali?
I coca-cow-boys hanno fatto subito fare al DJ un candelone verde più alto dell'Everest....e paff +1,25%....

Pare però che in questo intervento coordinato delle principali Banche Centrali si siano dimenticati di avvisare il Giappone e la sua BOJ....:-)
vedi mio twitter
ah ah ah...era una Bufala?....o si sono scordati il Giappone?...BoJ's Shirakawa says he is not aware of reports on co-ordinated action

Viviamo in tempi strani e difficili...
E si trada ormai solo sul Moral Hazard e sulle sue Mille Bolle Blu....

On Central Bank Rumors, Big Boobs
Central bank rumors are like big boobs - some are real and some are fake, but most guys are happy to play either way.
And so you get the kind of nonsense we saw in the tape this afternoon, with traders, algos and buy programs tripping all over themselves to get to sloppy second with the "G20 coordinated action" chatter:

(Reuters) - Central banks from major economies stand ready to take steps to stabilize financial markets by providing liquidity and preventing a credit squeeze if the outcome of Greek elections on Sunday causes tumultuous trading, G20 officials told Reuters.
A senior U.S. official cautioned that the Greek election will not provide "the definitive signal on what happens next" in the euro zone debt crisis.
But if severe market strains emerge after an unusual confluence of three elections this weekend - there are important polls in Egypt and France as well - central bankers are on standby to ensure enough cash is flowing through the financial system.
Is this true? 
It's certainly not official

(unlike the other thing that actually did get announced, a British coordinated action between the UK Treasury, the Bank of England and Hogwarts Academy, details here).

Read Also:
Her Majesty's LTRO?  (FT Alphaville)
Bank of England Pledges Huge Liquidity Facility (24/7 Wall Street)
Exclusive: Central banks ready to combat Greek market storm  (Reuters)