How Safe Are Banks?

Jun 23, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Wall Street Journal

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sinic

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How Safe Are Banks?

Only for Bankers.
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I was in one the other day and it looked
substantial. Looked safe. I walked in and then
walked out and nothing bad happened. Nothing fell on me.

Overall, I'd say it was very safe.
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The banks are fine.

Politicians will be fine.

It's the rest of us that are screwed.
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Banks are backed by the federal governement if that helps ease your mind! hahahaha
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Reading this got me worried so I checked under my bed and thank god my piggy bank was ok. Scary

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goose wrote:
Banks are backed by the federal governement if that helps ease your mind! hahahaha
The banks are fine as long as China keeps pumping Obama's stash.

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Wall Street Government wrote:
The banks are fine.
Politicians will be fine.
It's the rest of us that are screwed.
ten four
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goose wrote:
Banks are backed by the federal governement if that helps ease your mind! hahahaha
Translation of goose's statement -- Banks are backed by taxpayers, as least in the USA and Europe. Funny since their cartel has the ability to create fiat money for nothing.

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sinic wrote:
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Translation of goose's statement -- Banks are backed by taxpayers, as least in the USA and Europe. Funny since their cartel has the ability to create fiat money for nothing.
Since Obama and the Feds are giving money to banks at 0 to 1$ there is no reason for the banks to loan money at RISK that would promote growth and jobs, when they can buy bonds and make 3% with no risk. The feds need to raise the interest rates so banks will have to do what they were ment to do, spur growth and keep the money circulating.

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1% instead of $
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Le Jimbo wrote:
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After the con's 8 year attempt at bankrupting America, your posts are a joke.

hahahahahahahaha
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Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Since Obama and the Feds are giving money to banks at 0 to 1$ there is no reason for the banks to loan money at RISK that would promote growth and jobs, when they can buy bonds and make 3% with no risk. The feds need to raise the interest rates so banks will have to do what they were ment to do, spur growth and keep the money circulating.
We don't need banks to "spur" the economy.

Consumers and jobs do that all by themselves.

That's what keeps currency flowing.

And we do the world a favor by eliminating the Federal Reserve, the Central Bank and the IMF.

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conservative crapola wrote:
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After the con's 8 year attempt at bankrupting America, your posts are a joke.
hahahahahahahaha
Bot Babble. Dodd and Franks preclude your babble.

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Wall Street Government wrote:
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We don't need banks to "spur" the economy.
Consumers and jobs do that all by themselves.
That's what keeps currency flowing.
And we do the world a favor by eliminating the Federal Reserve, the Central Bank and the IMF.
Investment is growth moron. Didn't they teach you anything at the indoctrination classes at aternative school.

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These loons quickly forget that Obama declared if we gave him a trillion dollars he would promote growth...........7 trillion ago, that was the promise.......now all we have are no shovel ready jobs but plenty flipping hamburgers.
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Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Bot Babble. Dodd and Franks preclude your babble.
flubs amnesia noted. They'll help you with that at hospital.
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Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Investment is growth moron. Didn't they teach you anything at the indoctrination classes at aternative school.
Never said it wasn't.

You don't need the federal reserve to do that.

A credit union or community bank will do just fine.

Poor teabagger.
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Le Jimbo wrote:
<quoted text>Investment is growth moron. Didn't they teach you anything at the indoctrination classes at aternative school.
What do you think your doing when you buy something?

Weather it be a building or a piece of stock?

Those cracker jacks at FAUX taught you a lot.

Alternative school should have been your "alternative".

Poor teabagger.

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flubs amnesia noted. They'll help you with that at hospital.
Babble on nitwit. We can glue you post together some day and try to make sense of them.

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Wall Street Government wrote:
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Never said it wasn't.
You don't need the federal reserve to do that.
A credit union or community bank will do just fine.
Poor teabagger.
Of course they can all loan money, and when the do people start businesses or buy a car and other big ticket items. That in turn brings jobs.

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