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https://plus.google.com/117316629445714018433 Doyel Times : JP Morgan found hackers through breach of corporate event website: mediaReuters Canada(Reuters) – J.P...
JP Morgan found hackers through breach of corporate event website: mediaReuters Canada(Reuters) – J.P. Morgan Chase & Co learned about hackers who stole the bank’s contact information for 76 million households and 7 million small businesses through a…
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JP Morgan found hackers through breach of corporate event website: mediaReuters Canada(Reuters) - J.P. Morgan Chase & Co learned about hackers who stole the bank's contact information for 76 million households and 7 million small businesses through a corporate event that it sponsors, the New York Times and Wall Street Journal reported, ...and more ...read…
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https://plus.google.com/112673224511647026325 THOMAS DRELICH : YEAH BABY! 5.7 MILLION OUNCES IF SILVER EAGLES SOLD. LETS TAKE IT TO 13 BUCKS AND OUNCE AND SEE WHERE...
YEAH BABY! 5.7 MILLION OUNCES IF SILVER EAGLES SOLD. LETS TAKE IT TO 13 BUCKS AND OUNCE AND SEE WHERE THE PHYSICAL SUPPLY END UP. PROBABLY WHY GOOGLE TOOK DOWN HARVEY ORGANS BLOG SPOT, AS HE WAS PROBABLY A LITTLE TO CLOSE TO THE TRUTH THAN JP MORGAN WAS COMFORTABLE WITH. 
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https://plus.google.com/100866869214169262992 David Johnson : SENATOR LARRY PRESSLER IS A KNIGHT OF MALTA---AND WORKED FOR THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS (CFR),...
SENATOR LARRY PRESSLER IS A KNIGHT OF MALTA---AND WORKED FOR THE COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS (CFR), AND OTHER GOVERNMENT AGENCIES THAT I HAVE EXPOSED FOR OVER 5 YEARS NOW----INCLUDING J.P. MORGAN CHASE---THE MERGER OF THE ROCKEFELLER AND ROTHSCHILD BANKING FAMILIES---AND THEIR CORRUPTION IN THE STATE OF ISRAEL!

Senator Larry Lee Pressler (born March 29, 1942) is a U.S. politician who served for six years, and then formed his own law firm, The Pressler Group.

THE KNIGHTS OF MALTA ARE THE ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH'S DIPLOMATIC ARM IN THE UNITED NATIONS AND THE EUROPEAN UNION---THAT IS PERSECUTING THE STATE OF ISRAEL AND VIOLATING GALATIANS 4:21-31----The Allegory of Hagar and Sarah - Hebrew for Christians.

THE KNIGHTS OF MALTA WANT TO MAKE JERUSALEM AN INTERNATIONAL CITY UNDER AN INTERNATIONAL REGIME---SUCH AS THE VATICAN AT ROME---THAT IS SOVEREIGN AND HAS PERMANENT STATUS IN THE UNITED NATIONS AND EUROPEAN UNION---Daniel 9:27; Daniel 11:32-45; 1 Thessalonians 5:3-4; 2 Thessalonians 2

Read: PLANS FOR UN-VATICAN CONTROLLED JERUSALEM on The God Press...

Palisades, New Century Financial Services, Inc, Midland Funding and many other collection companies are all owned by Sheldon Pressler of the law firm, Pressler & Pressler, LLP, 7 Entin Road, Parsippany, NJ.

IT IS UNLAWFUL FOR AN ATTORNEY TO FILE LAWSUITS ON HIS OWN BEHALF..............

Sheldon H. Pressler incorporated New Century Financial Services, a collection agency, in his own name for the purpose of filing lawsuits on his own behalf. Then, to try to be slick, Sheldon Pressler transfers ownership of New Century Financial Services into his brother’s name, Lee Pressler. However, Lee Pressler is a medical doctor and not at all involved in the day-to-day operations of New Century Financial Services, while multiple Pressler staff are employed at both New Century Financial Services and Pressler & Pressler.

In addition, because Pressler and Pressler has worked for the Special Civil Part of the State of New Jersey, there is no judge qualified to hear Complaints and Motions brought by Pressler and Pressler, LLP, and the collection companies owned by them.

Pressler and Pressler, LLP, has sat on the committee that makes all the rules for the Special Civil Part of the Law Division Court in New Jersey—A CONFLICT OF INTEREST—pursuant to N.J.S.A. 52:13D-17.  Post-employment restrictions.

I AM MY BROTHERS' AND SISTERS' KEEPER AND MESSENGER TO JEWS, GENTILES AND GOVERNMENT RULERS!

I may continue to be a target of international bankers and their credit and collection agencies, corrupt governments, world false religious leaders  and politicians—and the judges, whose hands are tied by the multi-billion dollar cash cow Court system. But I do not fear taking a Stand for justice, the oppressed, poor and needy! I trust in the Only One High Priest and Judge, who said, "I am the way and the Truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me."

I am my brothers' and sisters' keepers!

READ MORE: http://thegodpress.blogspot.com/2014/10/masters-be-good-to-your-debt.html
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https://plus.google.com/116283742556481701399 Student Veterans of America : “Student Veterans of America is proud to join Starbucks, HBO and JP Morgan Chase in honoring America’s...
“Student Veterans of America is proud to join Starbucks, HBO and JP Morgan Chase in honoring America’s servicemen and women with THE CONCERT FOR VALOR this Veteran’s Day,” Student Veterans of America President and CEO D. Wayne Robinson says of the event. “We at Student Veterans of America work diligently every day to assist Yesterday’s Warriors become Today’s Scholars and Tomorrow’s Leaders, and are grateful for the support on this day of recognition for America’s veterans.”

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The Concert For Valor
HBO, Starbucks and Chase present The Concert for Valor live from Washington D.C., November 11th.
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https://plus.google.com/118377028831141684837 P. Antonio Lindsay : WOOOOOW!!!! The Keynesians have lost their minds.  There will be no greater economic catastrophe than...
WOOOOOW!!!! The Keynesians have lost their minds.  There will be no greater economic catastrophe than the next one we face, to wit: Japanese policy makers jolted global markets Friday by taking two dramatic steps to revive the country’s sputtering recovery.

Faced with fresh evidence that Prime Minister Shinzo Abe ’s campaign to end the country’s long bout with deflation was faltering, a deeply divided central bank and the government’s giant pension fund said they would pump trillions more yen into the economy and stocks. The moves steer Japanese economic policy into the uncharted territory of extreme stimulus, overshadowing often radical measures taken by other advanced economies in recent years.

The fresh injection of liquidity from Tokyo into global markets—coming at a time when investors have grown nervous about the U.S. Federal Reserve tightening its own policy—led the Dow Jones Industrial Average on Friday to hit a new intraday high.

In Tokyo, the Nikkei Stock Average jumped nearly 5% on heavy volume, bringing the index to its highest level since late 2007, while the yen fell to its lowest level against the dollar since early 2008. Investors said the Japanese move put new pressure on central banks from South Korea to Europe to follow suit with their own increased stimulus.

Officials said the central bank and pension moves weren’t coordinated, but they shared the same goal of trying to push the reset button for global investors who have soured on Abenomics in recent months. “In our view, it is no coincidence,” said Naohiko Baba, chief Japan economist at Goldman Sachs.

“All the available measures of Abenomics were mobilized today,” said Deutsche Bank DBK.XE +2.39%  strategist Taisuke Tanaka.

After months of saying its big easing campaign unleashed last year would be sufficient to lift Japan’s economy, the Bank of Japan announced Friday it would do still more, expanding its asset-buying program by as much as 33% and buying not just more government bonds, but also stocks and real-estate funds.

The “historic experiment” means the central bank will be buying the equivalent of more than twice the amount of new bonds issued by the government, J.P. Morgan said in a report, a level well beyond what the U.S. Federal Reserve and other central banks have purchased in their stimulus programs.

Later in the day, the welfare ministry gave details of a long-awaited plan to shake up the $1.2 trillion investment portfolio for the Government Pension Investment fund. It said it would pull funds out of Japanese government bonds and raise the share of its assets in Japanese and foreign stocks by more than 10 percentage points each, hoping to raise returns for Japan’s rapidly growing population of retirees.

Despite the celebration in the markets, there was dissension. Bank of Japan Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda, who generally wins unanimous support from his policy board, barely pulled out a majority in the final hours this time, winning approval by a 5-to-4 vote. BOJ officials and private watchers of the institution said they couldn't recall such a closely divided vote in the central bank’s history.

“We are at a critical moment,” Mr. Kuroda said in explaining his move. “There is a risk” that victory over deflation “may be delayed.”

Much the way European Central Bank President Mario Draghi famously declared two years ago that he would do “whatever it takes” to preserve the euro, Mr. Kuroda vowed to reach his goal of eradicating what he calls “the deflationary mind-set” he feels has sapped Japan’s vitality.

But the open rift at the Bank of Japan and the sudden change in policy—after Mr. Kuroda said repeatedly in recent weeks that Japan’s recovery was on track—could affect his credibility. And his admission that the stimulus so far was losing punch led some critics, both inside and outside the central bank, to question whether it would help much to do more of the same thing. The dissenters “considered that it was appropriate to maintain” current policy, said an official statement after the meeting.

“We think that the prospective expansion. will not meaningfully change the inflation outlook,” Credit Suisse CSGN.VX +2.44%  economist Hiromichi Shirakawa wrote in a note to clients, adding that the move “may cause accountability and communication problems.”

The moves come at a sensitive time not just for Japan’s economy, but also for its politics. Mr. Abe’s popularity, once supported by the early successes of his economic program, has slipped below the 50% level in recent polls, which also showed few Japanese felt they were enjoying gains from Abenomics. And his once-stable cabinet has been rocked in recent weeks by a series of scandals, prompting two ministers to resign.

Mr. Abe took office in December 2012 and introduced his “three arrows” of economic changes—monetary stimulus from Mr. Kuroda, his handpicked central bank chief; public-works spending, and structural overhauls. Markets quickly rallied, growth revived and last year Japan seemed well on its way to escaping the economic stagnation and falling prices that long afflicted it.

More recently, though, the growth spurt ended after the government raised the national sales tax in April to 8% from 5%. That drove down real wages and the confidence of consumers who were paying more at the cash register without seeing a corresponding rise in income. The BOJ Friday halved its forecast for gross domestic product growth for the fiscal year ending next March to an anemic 0.5%.

Most ominously for the BOJ, its bid to rid Japan of deflation—the vicious cycle of falling prices, wages, spending, and investment seen as the root cause and symptom of Japan’s woes—has been losing momentum.

Shortly before the policy board gathered Friday, the government said the most closely watched gauge for inflation had fallen to 1% in September, well short of the central bank’s 2% target and a deceleration from the 1.5% pace hit earlier this year. One reason was the fall in oil prices, which lowered gasoline prices.

The central-bank chief has a penchant for surprise moves to get maximum impact on the markets, and he got his way this time: Only two of 13 economists polled by The Wall Street Journal had expected action.

In shocking markets with the central bank and pension moves, Messrs. Kuroda and Abe appear to be turning back to the early Abenomics playbook, which rested heavily on seeking quick economic and financial gains from weakening the yen against other major currencies. Central bank stimulus tends to drive down the value of a nation’s currency by boosting the supply of it. The pension fund is, among other things, dumping Japanese yen-based assets for overseas assets, another shift that weakens the yen.

The weak yen gives a quick boost to inflation, by raising the cost of imported goods, and is more broadly seen as helping the economy by making Japanese-made products cheaper on world markets and lifting exports. But the sharp yen devaluation that took place last year after Mr. Kuroda’s first big easing failed to have that effect, as many Japanese manufacturers had shifted production offshore during the country’s period of slow growth. The muted benefits of the weaker yen were one reason that some in the BOJ and elsewhere questioned the wisdom of further easing, because Japanese might face higher costs without higher exports.

Some BOJ dissenters have also argued that it is simply not possible, given Japan’s long history of low prices, to retool the economy quickly enough to reach 2% by Mr. Kuroda’s two-year timetable, and that it hurts to central bank’s credibility to make such a promise. Others worry about the difficulty the BOJ will face when it eventually reaches the point where it will have to pull back from its big asset-buying program, much as the Fed has struggled to do over the past year.

Friday’s moves bring Japan further into uncharted territory for advanced economies. Even before the decision, the Bank of Japan’s asset holdings were nearing 60% the size of Japan’s economy, well over twice the levels reached by the Fed and the Bank of England.

Japan’s sovereign debt is more than twice the size of the economy, the highest ratio in the world, and the pension fund’s decision to move some of its assets away from Japanese government bonds means the bond market will be more dependent than ever on purchases by the central bank.

That raises many concerns—inside and outside the central bank—about the appearance that the BOJ is in essence underwriting big deficits racked up by politicians. Such a perception could shake market faith in the stability of Japan’s public finances and raise questions about the independence the central bank won from the government only in 1998.

But the move is in line with what Mr. Kuroda and aides to Mr. Abe have described as necessary for Japan. They believe the Bank of Japan can spur inflation and reduce interest rates by taking the leading role as buyer of government bonds from banks and other holders, since the traditional lever, cutting interest rates, has been neutered by current rates near zero.

Indeed, some advocates of the new policy think that a bold bid to spur inflation right away may be the only way to address Japan’s debt problem—as inflation erodes the value of bonds and makes it easier for the government to pay them off—before swelling benefit payments to Japan’s rapidly aging population make that all but impossible.

And Messrs. Kuroda and Abe want Japanese investors to take more risks rather than parking most of their money in government bonds—precisely what the pension fund is now doing.

“A shift from deflation is the most important change in the investment environment,” said Takahiro Mitani, president of the Government Pension Investment Fund. “We built the previous portfolio in an environment where deflation was continuing for some time, but it is getting clear that from now on the environment is turning to moderate inflation from deflation.”

Under the pension fund’s new allocation guidelines, Japanese stocks and foreign stocks will each take up 25% of the fund’s holdings, up from 12% each previously. The fund intends to put 35% of its money in domestic bonds, down from 60%, while the ratio for overseas bonds will rise to 15% from 11%.

Global fund managers have been eagerly awaiting details of the portfolio shift because of the potential for hundreds of billions of dollars to flow into markets inside and outside of the country. Even a one-percentage-point change to its portfolio could mean a shift of more than 1 trillion yen ($9 billion).

“It’s very surprising,” said Robert Waldner, chief fixed income strategist at Invesco Ltd. IVZ +1.81%  “Most global pension funds are paring back risk at this point, not adding risk.”

Mr. Mitani said the fund would shift gradually into its new weightings. “We don’t intend to disrupt markets at all,” he said.

For its part, the Bank of Japan will triple the pace of its buying of stock and property funds, extend the average maturity of its bondholdings by three years to 10, and raise the ceiling of its annual Japanese government bond purchases by 30 trillion yen to 80 trillion yen.
Bank of Japan Announces Massive Stimulus Move
In a stunning policy reversal, Japan’s central bank and the government pension fund vow to pump trillions of yen into stocks and other assets.
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J.P. Morgan Found Hackers Through Breach of Road-Race Website
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. may not have discovered the breach in its computer systems as quickly this past summer if it hadn’t gone looking for trouble elsewhere, people briefed on the investigation said.
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GATA's Bill Murphy on the JP Morgan Silver Shortage and the next Bullion Bank Run
Gold futures slipped ahead of the ECB policy-setting meeting this week, or so the story goes. Do these macro trends drive gold prices as much as the headlines indicate? Our guest Bill Murphy, Chairman of GATA, doesn't think s...
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GATA's Bill Murphy on the JP Morgan Silver Shortage and the next Bullion Bank Run
Gold futures slipped ahead of the ECB policy-setting meeting this week, or so the story goes. Do these macro trends drive gold prices as much as the headlines indicate? Our guest Bill Murphy, Chairman of GATA, doesn't think so and he has flown to our studio...
GATA's Bill Murphy on the JP Morgan Silver Shortage and the next Bullion Bank Run
Gold futures slipped ahead of the ECB policy-setting meeting this week, or so the story goes. Do these macro trends drive gold prices as much as the headlines indicate? Our guest Bill Murphy, Chairman of GATA, doesn't think s...
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The JP Morgan Data Breach: What Small Businesses Need to Know
In June 2014, Russian hackers breached JP Morgan Chase and about 5 other U.S. national banks, where 7 million small businesses private data was stolen.
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J.P. Morgan Found Hackers Through Breach of Road-Race Website
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. may not have discovered the breach in its computer systems as quickly this past summer if it hadn’t gone looking for trouble elsewhere, people briefed on the investigation said.
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