Credit Suisse at critical moment

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GPT

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swiss banks will do fine......because swiss has enough gold to pay off all their debt
CH has 1040.01 gold which is worth in usd 51,800,124,740.

How much exposure was there in the market from CS? And the inevitable collateral exposure when the SHTF?

It’s highly unlikely that their gold reserve covers that.
 

369

Entrepreneur
CH was way way way more gold.What you provided is surely only the offical number of swiss government
Also paying debt via gold will be executed after the final monetary system change where gold will be at a WAY higher price than currently
 

GPT

Active Member
CH was way way way more gold.What you provided is surely only the offical number of swiss government
Also paying debt via gold will be executed after the final monetary system change where gold will be at a WAY higher price than currently
Show me Numbers?

Having way more gold doesn’t mean they own it. CH stores a lot of gold for third parties. And that doesn’t count for any debt.

Gold price is heavily manipulated and that is not expected to change anytime soon.
 

369

Entrepreneur
you can't show numbers of gold which are stored in switzerland.The gold in Kloten alone would be enough to pay all debt.
Also they don't need to own it.There will be in the end an offical price and a price between banks.So even buying from others will decrease their debt
 

GPT

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Kloten is a commercial activity. The gov doesn’t store gold there. It’s only private parties.
 

Martin Everson

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A few months old but interesting insight into the banks turmoil.

 

CoinMaster

Mentor Group Gold
Will be watching close to see if this is really going to happen. I don't believe it will, someone will rescue the bank and their mess if it come to all.
 

bonox

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nice read.. will be waiting to see the big crash
 

Martin Everson

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Martin Everson

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Credit Suisse Currency Rigging Claims Go Before U.S. Jury​



Credit Suisse taps RBC, Morgan Stanley for capital increase​


 

Martin Everson

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Martin Everson

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Analysis: Cracks appear in Credit Suisse comeback plans​



"Credit Suisse said its clients pulled funds in recent weeks at a pace that led the lender to breach some regulatory requirements for liquidity, underscoring the deep impact of wild market swings and social media speculation about its health."
 

I'mRobot

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Mentor Group Gold
Waiting for the good news when the rebound and everyone will forget.
 

Martin Everson

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Waiting for the good news when the rebound and everyone will forget.

It's quite possible. I mean Credit Suisse has a current market cap of around $11bn and Wise has one of around $8bn. The bank is even worth much less than Coinbase. That's a crazy world right there. However if CS keeps it nose clean it may survive in its current form. Otherwise it will be dismembered and its body parts handed out around the banking world like candy.



"Credit Suisse is targeting a 6% return on tangible equity in 2025, once Chief Executive Ulrich Körner has cut costs and shrank the investment bank. If it succeeds, a fair valuation might be 0.6 times tangible book value. That would imply a market capitalisation in 2025 of $26 billion. SNB’s stake would be worth $2.6 billion, meaning Chair Al Khudairy could almost double his money in three years, for a 24% annualised return."

Interesting analysis.
 

GeneralGogol

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Is there even any competitive advantage to CS? Apart from their so-called "stability", which we now see is not stable at all.

It's expensive, has high min deposit, high fees, they do a colonoscopy when you want to open account... sounds like their entire competitive advantage was laundering money for criminals and now that they are forced to stop doing that (allegedly), the bank has no raison d'etre.
 

RealDude

Entrepreneur
Is there even any competitive advantage to CS? Apart from their so-called "stability", which we now see is not stable at all.

It's expensive, has high min deposit, high fees, they do a colonoscopy when you want to open account... sounds like their entire competitive advantage was laundering money for criminals and now that they are forced to stop doing that (allegedly), the bank has no raison d'etre.
Similar to Deutsche Bank.
 

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