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Swiss. 4:45 Thu Mar 16
Credit Suisse
Told you ages ago they were in the shit. 54bn USD bailout . Fuck me

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Dr Matt 12:49 Sat Mar 25
Re: Credit Suisse
I got like $100m in CDS’s

My mate knows Michael Burry.

goose 9:05 Fri Mar 24
Re: Credit Suisse
Deutsche Bank down 8% today.
Roughly -30% in the last two weeks.

Credit default swaps are surging.

SurfaceAgentX2Zero 4:32 Thu Mar 23
Re: Credit Suisse
Credit Suisse was a shit-house that should have been allowed to go bust in 2008.

The American thing is different. It appears to be a case of some banks following Hollywood's example of 'get woke, go broke'

RBshorty 3:40 Thu Mar 23
Re: Credit Suisse
So much toxic assets inside Credit Suisse. The moment they start too clean it. It’s going to make Chernobyl look like a weekend break away to Lourdes.!

Swiss. 3:06 Thu Mar 23
Re: Credit Suisse
I called the UBS take over as well. Shame couldn’t make any money on it.

Side of Ham 6:01 Tue Mar 21
Re: Credit Suisse
That takes the biscuit.....Credit Swiss.....

Swiss. 5:55 Tue Mar 21
Re: Credit Suisse
Snide

Try and keep on topic you sad pathetic stalker.

Side of Ham 4:26 Tue Mar 21
Re: Credit Suisse
If you needed a very good reason to not leave the EU then not being able to get CUSTARD CREAMS in France was it......Credit Swiss.

IsaacHock 3:25 Tue Mar 21
Re: Credit Suisse
If you are looking to give acknowledgement for the most inaccurate overblown financial reporting of the last period of years, Credit Swiss.

Swiss. 2:19 Tue Mar 21
Re: Credit Suisse
*not sure Credit Suisse.

To add the UK banks don’t seem to that exposed but the ECB is. This is worry as the BoE has said it could have a knock on effect.

Swiss. 2:17 Tue Mar 21
Re: Credit Suisse
I don’t think this is a repeat of 2008. Unemployment is still globally pretty low. Not Credit Suisse is in a position to pay this loan off. It’s highly leveraged and investors are closing their accounts with them and moving premarily to UBS. A UBS takeover is more prudent

Mike Oxsaw 4:32 Mon Mar 20
Re: Credit Suisse
Haz 4:26 Mon Mar 20

Maybe they could.

They could probably buy me a spell-checker while they're at it; would be one of their better investments, by far..

Haz 4:26 Mon Mar 20
Re: Credit Suisse
Maybe the Deutsche Bank could buy them out then, Mike?

Mike Oxsaw 4:16 Mon Mar 20
Re: Credit Suisse
Methinks that western governments & financial institutions are rather over-egging the omelette with their claims that everything is hunky dory on the banking front.

I suspect that there's a "too big to fail" financial institution on the brink of meltdown and all the stops are being pulled out to keep that fact away from the news.

Who do I feel it is? Well, Deutch Bank's been floundering like a catfish in a drought for a while, so...

Hammer and Pickle 10:28 Mon Mar 20
Re: Credit Suisse
“These banks are badly run because everybody is focused on diversity and all of the woke issues and not concentrating on the one thing they should, which is, shareholder returns,” Marcus said.

“Instead of protecting the shareholders and their employees, they are more concerned about the social policies. And I think it’s probably a badly run bank.

“They’ve been there for a lot of years. It’s pathetic that so many people lost money that won’t get it back.”

So what is it - are they evil blood-sucking liberals or just not very good at evil blood-sucking capitalism?

Jaan Kenbrovin 1:55 Mon Mar 20
Re: Credit Suisse

https://nypost.com/2023/03/11/silicon-valley-bank-pushed-woke-programs-ahead-of-collapse/

https://www.latestly.com/social-viral/who-is-pips-bunce-everything-to-know-about-non-binary-and-genderfluid-credit-suisses-senior-director-4966511.html

RBshorty 5:53 Sun Mar 19
Re: Credit Suisse
$250k for our Colonial Cousins. And the band plays on.

Kaiser Zoso 5:02 Sun Mar 19
Re: Credit Suisse
Make sure you don’t exceed £85 bags in any one bank. The deck chairs on the Titanic are being rearranged.

goose 4:30 Sat Mar 18
Re: Credit Suisse
Something around political donations??

Kaiser Zoso 4:21 Sat Mar 18
Re: Credit Suisse
Can anyone guess what these things have in common

WeWork

Theranos

FTX

Silicon Valley Bank

Signature Bank

Silvergate Bank

nychammer 2:03 Sat Mar 18
Re: Credit Suisse
The larger US banks should not be in the position that SVB found themselves in. They have to to perform rigorous Stress testing by federal mandate so that they can prove they have adequate capital in the face of various scenarios or external economic shock factors. Smaller banks do not have to abide by many of these regulatory obligations so I think we might see this more as a crisis in the smaller regional banks at least here in the US. Credit Suisse have been plagued by various problems for years so this makes them more vulnerable than others.

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