Major Stock Market Crash DEAD AHEAD

Friday, June 14, 2013
By Paul Martin

Investmentwatchblog.com
June 14th, 2013

Bank for International Settlements warns of stock market crash

There is no economic recovery. However, the loose monetary policies of central banks drives the share prices to record highs. Therefore, the BIS warns of bubble formation.

The markets were under the curse of the world’s central banks, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS). The cheap money pushing up stock prices at record highs, even though there was absolutely no economic recovery.

The continuing flood of money some major central banks in recent months had “helped the operators to repress signs of a global slowdown,” the FT quoted from the latest quarterly report from the BIS, the so-called central bank of central banks.

The Basel institution is particularly critical of the plans announced in April, the Bank of Japan to double the monetary base of the yen by extreme money printing.This new phase of loose monetary policy may be seen also in Europe, where the ECB has cut interest rates to historically low 0.5 percent.

The global flood of money have let the stock prices shoot up even in Europe the prices went up -. Despite the recession and despite the banking crisis in Cyprus Investor behavior will determined by the central banks, the BIS..

Central bankers themselves, whose goal was just so, to give the market prices of buoyancy, have warned in recent months against too much optimism. Both the head of the U.S. Federal Reserve and the Bank of England-Chief, have publicly warned that their policies could lead to blistering (last here ) But the central bankers are in a dilemma. One end of the flood of money would immediately cause global recession.

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