Global Finance In 2015,AS PER REPORTS ON THE NET!

PLEASE VISIT -

http://silverstealers.net/tss.html
Gold price smashing and India's Gold Monetization Scheme have a connection.That is,scaring Indians, into selling their Gold into the said scheme!
It is reported that the central banks have sold their Gold at high prices,and they want buy them back at lower prices,after smashing the same.
The vested interest also,want the money to flow into equities,instead of Gold,so that the US Dollar could be strong.
Cashless Society,for confiscating the wealth of Indians via NIRP,is being planned.
NIRP will be ineffective with cash around.
Land,Silver,Gold,Cash and other tangibles are taboo,in a Cashless Society,which will be in force in India by 2018,as per reports.Cashless Society and the resultant,Electronic Transactions,will help the Hackers a lot,as an "entry point", is being provided to them,via the Electronic Transfer,which in "ordinary" Banking,is NOT available to the Hackers.
.......but by smart moves,in the changed and changing scenario,it is possible to increase one's wealth!

IMF And World Bank DICTATORSHIP Of India Under M M Singh

AS PER STIGLITZ,THE IMF AND THE WORLD BANK DEMAND THE FOLLOWING FROM NATIONS,RULED BY THEIR PUPPETS:-
1.PRIVATIZATION
2.LIBERALIZATION
3.MARKET-BASED PRICING
THIS IS HAPPENING IN INDIA.
PLEASE GOOGLE FOR:-IMF RIOTS

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

15/12/2010 at 1100Hrs IST.16/12/2010
India faces Inflation and China adds to the same.Read here
Institutional Purchases:
Foreign:-88;-3605;59409
Indian:-98;715;20158
BDI:- 2047;-22;-1.06%;Below 200DMA of 2754.
Sensex  -152;19647
VIX[Fear Index]:   India 21.42
                  USA 17.94;+0.33;1.87%
Nifty 3.70 Premium , 15/12/2010.
P/C    0.44,15/12/2010
PMI   The HSBC Markit Purchasing Managers' Index, based on a survey of 500 companies, rose to 58.4 from 57.2 in October. It was the strongest level since May, when it was 59.
Above 50 indicates growth.
Gold  1379 $/Oz
Silver 932  $/Kg
Copper 4.0936 $/Lb
Dollar Index  80.23
Rupee V Dollar  45.515
Reuters CRB Index   318.84;-0.67;-0.21%
Crude  88.40 $/bbl

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