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One source claims the RV was completed in Reno as of last night.

All groups waiting in Reno were rumored to have exchanged including the Admiral.

The Admiral was told his RV funds would be available this morning.

The Yuan Oil-Gold Futures begins trading next Monday, a week from now.

If recent rumors prove to be true, the major correction in the stock market will happen sometime this week.

Another source claims the UST will announce the gold-standard next Monday, same day as the Yuan Oil-Gold Futures.

This means GESARA would have to be announced next Monday which puts the RV timing some time this week before the major correction.




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European Banks Near 'terrifying' Crisis

European banks near 'terrifying' crisis: Raoul Pal

With European banks sitting at multiyear lows, one widely followed market watcher said some of the biggest ones could go bankrupt.

Former hedge fund manager and Goldman Sachs alumnus Raoul Pal said his scenario is one most investors aren't looking at right now.

Pal said the banking issues have the potential to overtake risks associated with China's growth slowdown and cheap oil.

"So many of these [bank stocks] are falling so sharply. I think people haven't even caught up with what is going on, and that really concerns me," the founder of Global Macro Investor told CNBC's "Fast Money" on Tuesday. "I look at the big long-term share charts of them, and I think this looks very terrifying indeed. I have not seen anything like this for a long time."

For Pal, negative interest rates are the chief reason why the bank stocks are in trouble. He said European banks have a tougher time coping in the environment than U.S. banks.

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