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Ted Butler accuse la CFTC de complicité de manipulation

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Fin de l'enquête de la CFTC sur l'argent

Messagepar Stephane le Mer 25 Sep 2013 19:39

Et voilà, c'est terminé.
La CFTC vient d'annoncer la fermeture de l'enquête, et conclut qu'il n'y a pas de "base viable" pour mettre en cause les différents acteurs suspectés de manipulation du marché de l'argent.

From the CFTC:

Washington, DC – The Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC or Commission) Division of Enforcement has closed the investigation that was publicly confirmed in September 2008 concerning silver markets. The Division of Enforcement is not recommending charges to the Commission in that investigation. For law enforcement and confidentiality reasons, the CFTC only rarely comments publicly on whether it has opened or closed any particular investigation. Nonetheless, given that this particular investigation was confirmed in September 2008, the CFTC deemed it appropriate to inform the public that the investigation is no longer ongoing. Based upon the law and evidence as they exist at this time, there is not a viable basis to bring an enforcement action with respect to any firm or its employees related to our investigation of silver markets.

In September 2008 the CFTC confirmed that its Division of Enforcement was investigating complaints of misconduct in the silver market (see CFTC Release 5562-08, October 2, 2008). At that time the Commission had received complaints regarding silver prices. These complaints were focused on whether the silver futures contracts traded on the Commodity Exchange, Inc. (COMEX) were being manipulated.1 For example, the complaints pointed to differences between prices in the silver futures contracts and prices in other silver products, including retail silver products. The complainants generally asserted that because the prices for retail silver products, such as coins and bullion, had increased, the price of silver futures contracts should have also experienced an increase. By reference to publicly available information concerning large traders with short open positions in the silver futures contracts, the complaints also alleged that the large shorts in the silver market were responsible for lower futures prices. The Division of Enforcement conducted an exhaustive investigation of these and other complaints and focused on identifying and evaluating whether there was any trading activity in violation of the Commodity Exchange Act and Commission regulations including the anti-manipulation provisions.

The Division of Enforcement’s investigation utilized more than seven thousand enforcement staff hours. The staff reviewed and analyzed position and transaction data, including physical, swaps, options, and futures trading data, and other documents and information, and interviewed witnesses. The Division’s investigation included an evaluation of silver market fundamentals and trading within and between cash, futures and over the counter markets. The investigation was also undertaken with assistance by the Commission’s Division of Market Oversight, the Commission’s Office of Chief Economist, and outside experts.

Separately, the Division of Market Oversight continued surveillance of the silver market contemporaneously to the Division of Enforcement’s investigation. The Division of Market Oversight’s market surveillance function encompasses a robust monitoring of traders’ positions and transactions at the ownership and account levels to identify potential violations of the Commodity Exchange Act and Commission regulations including, but not limited to, price manipulation, disruptive trading and trade practice violations. For example, after an episode of sharp price moves in any commodity, staff utilizes numerous visualization and analytical tools on data submitted daily to the Commission to discover indications of potential manipulation and other violations. Where questions remain, Division of Market Oversight staff regularly utilize the Commission authority such as the Special Call under Regulation § 18.05 to obtain additional detailed information from traders.

The Division of Enforcement takes complaints it receives seriously. The Division will not hesitate to use its authority, including new manipulation authority in the Dodd-Frank Act, to bring market manipulation charges as supported by the evidence.

If you have information about a violation of the Commodity Exchange Act or Commission regulations, you may either file a tip or complaint under our whistleblower program, or report such violations or other suspicious activities or transactions to our Division of Enforcement. The CFTC will pay awards to eligible whistleblowers who voluntarily provide us with original information about violations of the Commodity Exchange Act that lead us to bring an enforcement action that results in more than $1 million in monetary sanctions.

1 The CME Group now includes the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) as well as the Commodity Exchange, Inc. (COMEX). Market participants generally still refer to the silver futures contracts offered by the CME Group as “COMEX silver futures.”

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Re: Ted Butler accuse la CFTC de complicité de manipulation

Messagepar bluedragoni le Jeu 26 Sep 2013 07:35

Tiens donc?

Plus sérieusement, cela n'étonnera personne ici, je pense, Stéphane... Enfin c'est navrant quand même, ce genre d'agissements...
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Messagepar pascalbrutal le Jeu 26 Sep 2013 10:26

Ils auraient pu me le demander, je le leur aurais dit tout de suite et cela leur aurait évité des années d'enquête inutile.
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Re: Ted Butler accuse la CFTC de complicité de manipulation

Messagepar lolo77160 le Jeu 26 Sep 2013 16:05

ça pour une surprise... :?
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Re: Ted Butler accuse la CFTC de complicité de manipulation

Messagepar numisargent le Ven 27 Sep 2013 18:06

Et voilà, c'est terminé.
La CFTC vient d'annoncer la fermeture de l'enquête, et conclut qu'il n'y a pas de "base viable" pour mettre en cause les différents acteurs suspectés de manipulation du marché de l'argent.

Tiens, c'est bizarre, mais je ne suis pas surpris... :? :roll:
Les loups ne se mangent pas entre eux.
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démission de Bart Chilton de la CFTC

Messagepar Stephane le Mer 6 Nov 2013 23:03

Stephane a écrit:D'autre part, le commissaire Bart Chilton se dit très déçu du déroulement de l'enquête et annonce qu'il s'exprimera lui-même publiquement avant la fin du mois (de septembre) si la CFTC ne le fait pas elle-même.

Bart Chilton démissionne de la CFTC. Contrairement à ses promesses, aucune déclaration concernant l'enquête sur les manipulations du marché de l'argent.

http://www.cftc.gov/PressRoom/SpeechesT ... ment110513
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