Gold: $ 1297.50 Silver: $ 15.74 Palladium: $ 1545.00
Dateline: Del Mar, CA: Tuesday, March 12, 2019
What happens when one, solitary leading or subprime financial institution decides and declares it can no longer sustain, let alone meet its obligations?
- Glass tower building
- Penthouse suite
- Lots of accouterments and plenty of exquisite & fine appointments
- Whole lot of people living very nicely on other peoples’ monies
- Pan into the main corridor
- Men and women milling about
- Closed glass doors with the head-honchos locked away in the veiled conference room
- Secretaries scurrying in and out with long faces and scowls
- A hush and a pall fall on the worker bees who mull around their cubicles like meerkats on high-alert status
- Lots of hushed and very concerned conversations going on
Then, a public meeting is called for. The Senior Management and the Lawyer dudes and dudettes who guard them like owls protecting their most recent catch assemble the workers.
The announcement–the first announcement is made: our firm is no longer solvent. We have made some terrible decisions. The market(s) have turned south against us. Our firm is going to dissolve.
Sighs. Screeches and outright sorrow and lots of anger explodes.
Workers head to their desks by order and decree and begin to clean out their personal items. The firm’s BOD (Board of Directors) declared that all employees must immediately exit the facility.
Security workers show up en force and begin to hustle the flustered and visibly shaken workers out of their work spaces at frantic pace.
The scene ends with the sun setting on the western horizon and gleaming into the now vacant and vacated space.
Billboards, announcements, legaleze, investigations, ripple effects and The First Domino Falls.
Tomorrow, FNB examines the fall out and the tinderbox and the blow back on all parties involved.
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