The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) reported that Americans withdrew $472 billion from US banks over a three months period, a pace not seen in yearly four decades. The “primary driver” of deposit flight came from uninsured deposits, says the FDIC, as people moved to protect capital that is above the $250,000 FDIC insured maximum. As depositors leave the banking system, money market funds have witnessed massive weekly cash inflows.
New numbers from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) show Americans are pulling their money at a pace not seen in yearly four decades.
According to the FDIC’s newly-released quarterly report, depositors took a total of $472 billion out of their accounts in the first quarter of this year – shattering a 39 year record.
“The quarterly decline is the largest reduction reported in the QBP since data collection began in 1984.
This was the fourth consecutive quarter that the industry reported lower levels of total deposits.”
The “primary driver” of deposit flight came from uninsured deposits, says the FDIC, as people moved to protect capital that is above the $250,000 FDIC insured maximum.
Case in point – the amount of insured deposits held by banks actually increased during the quarter as people diversified their risk.
Haaretz reported that Israeli intelligence was warned a year before the October 7 Hamas attack of Hamas activity at the border fence indicating that Hamas was planning an attack. Israel’s intelligence stopped monitoring Hamas handheld radio traffic and underestimated the impending attack.
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The police at the Capitol appeared on video pushing a woman down a flight of staris TWICE! And according to the Gateway Pundit’s sources, this brutal display of police abuse ignited the crowd that day.
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Police said a five-year-old girl, a woman in her 30s and a man in his 50s sustained serious injuries during a stabbing spree. Bystanders disarmed a man, who is believed to be an Algerian immigrant, and pinned him to the ground while waiting for police. The stabbing was a catalyst for a mass protest in Dublin.
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Last Sunday, in the small rural French village of Crépol, a 16-year-old boy was stabbed in the chest and throat and died, and at least 17 other people were injured after an organized gang of at least 15 males armed with knives attacked people at the annual winter ball event.
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Ray Epps was recorded on video numerous times calling for people to enter the Capitol building. Epps was charged two and a half years after the protest at the Capitol with a class A misdemeanor for disorderly conduct on restricted grounds; he pleaded guilty. He will be sentenced on December 20, 2023.
Dutch politician Thierry Baudet has been hospitalized after he was attacked at a campaign event by a man who hit him repeatedly on the head and neck with a beer bottle. The incident was the second attack on Baudet in recent weeks, and took place two days before a general election.
Bayer was ordered to pay $1.65 billion to three plaintiffs who were diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma that they alleged was caused by using Roundup pesticide on their family property. Bayer purchased Monsanto in 2018 and maintains that Roundup is safe for human use.
Argentina has 140% inflation and 40% of the country lives below the poverty line. Javier Milei has just been elected president. Mr. Milei has pledged to close Argentina’s central bank and replace the nation’s currency with the US dollar.
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Choke Point 2.0 targets cryptocurrency (crypto) as regulators are cracking down on banks taking deposits from crypto clients. Cryptocurrencies may trade against CBDCs in the future, which could allow those in power to take control of the industry.
Bank depositors risk losing a portion of their bank deposits. However, since each account is protected by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation up to $250,000, the scheme would covertly revert back to passing the bill to taxpayers to fund the FDIC, which quickly will be bankrupted by the demand for payouts.
The Sydney Morning Herald reported that Bitcoin users across Australia are reporting that their accounts have been abruptly frozen by the country’s “Big Four” banks. Some users complain that the banks are describing their Bitcoin activities as a “security risk”.