2022.01.27 13:50 Comfortable-Still-58 Hot Lava Free (v1.0.492125) - NexusGames
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2022.01.27 13:50 Longjumping_College Word of the day is Rehypothecation, or how Citadel is trying to be Lehman Brothers on top of Madoff
From 2008, they never learn...
LibertyView Capital Management Inc. of Hoboken, New Jersey, owned by Lehman's Neuberger Berman unit, told investors on September 26 it had suspended "until further notice" attempts notice" attempts to calculate the value of its funds. LibertyView was not included in the Sept. 29 sale of Neuberger to Bain Capital LLC and Hellman & Friedman LLC.
PricewaterhouseCoopers, Lehman's bankruptcy administrator in the U.K., where its European prime brokerage was based, doesn't know how much money is at stake. PwC said last month it's trying to recoup about $8 billion in cash that Lehman's parent company allegedly withdrew from its European unit before the collapse. It will take weeks, if not longer, to sort out the mess, according to PwC.
Oak Group used Lehman's unit in London because it allowed the fund to borrow more than US prime brokers, James said. Operating under different regulatory requirements, European prime brokers have been more generous than their US counterparts, sometimes even within the same parent company, said Michael Romanek, principal at Rise Partners Ltd., which arranges financing for funds from London. "A lot of US managers would rather deal with Europe than New York," said Romanek. "Rarely do you see it go the other way." James's account had pledged equity securities as collateral that Lehman then lent to other investors under a practice known as rehypothecation. It's the fate of that collateral that worries many Lehman hedge-fund clients.
James's account had pledged equity securities as collateral that Lehman then lent to other investors under a practice known as rehypothecation. It's the fate of that collateral that worries many Lehman hedge-fund clients.
MR. NAGEL: On behalf of Citadel Investment Group, I'd like to thank the Commission and the staff for the opportunity to be here today. At Citadel, we have over 19 years of experience as an active securities lending market participant.
And to support our private fund and market making businesses, we've built infrastructure that allow us to deal directly with the primary sources of securities loans, supply and demand, rather than rely entirely on intermediaries. Based on this experience, we believe that a well-functioning securities-lending market benefits all investors.
Owners of securities can generate additional income or obtain financing by lending securities. Securities lending also contributes to tight bid-offer spreads and market liquidity by enabling the orderly settlement of short sales.
At the Commission's May Short Sale Roundtable, I explained Citadel's view that short selling benefits all investors and our economy by promoting liquidity and price discovery, and serving as a risk management tool for investors.
While the securities lending market has made great strides in recent years, we believe there is still substantial work to be done before the securities lending market can reach its full potential. Despite its growing size, the securities lending market remains relatively opaque because there is little centralized collection or dissemination of loan pricing data.
Many securities loans are still bilaterally negotiated between market intermediaries on the phone or by email and each party to a securities loan generally faces the credit risk of the other party for the duration of the loan.
Until recently, no centralized venue existed where borrowers and lenders could readily find each other and transact directly
In the U.S., margin regulations allow a customer to buy securities and they can pay for half of it and borrow the other half from their broker dealer. The portion of the securities that they don't pay for when they buy the securities -- the piece that they've, in effect, bought on margin -- the broker dealer is allowed to use those securities to help raise cash to replenish its own bank account for the money its lent to the customer. That term is rehypothecation -- I'm sorry, it's a very long word -- but it means basically to borrow securities in this case.submitted by Longjumping_College to Superstonk [link] [comments]
And the broker dealer can take those rehypothecated securities, those securities that were bought on margin, and pledge them to a bank to borrow money to replenish its cash supply, or it can lend securities to another party, and by doing so it replenishes its cash supply
2022.01.27 13:50 98raider Which division is currently the best?
The Pacific Division has been the best performing division for the last couple of seasons, but in this season I can't confidently say they're the best with the decline in performance of the LA teams. So which division do you currently think is the best, is it still the Pacific Division?
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2022.01.27 13:50 Tamagotchaw Mieterhöhung nach Austritt aus Mietvertrag?
Durch googeln konnte ich diese Frage leider nicht beantworten, vielleicht kann mir hier jemand helfen :) Ich wohne mit meiner Mutter und ihrer Familie in einer schönen, großen und günstigen 4-Zimmerwohnung. Sie möchte in einem Jahr mit der Familie ausziehen und ich die Wohnung übernehmen, weshalb ich mich bei der Gesellschaft darum beworben habe, auf den Mietvertrag mit eingeschrieben zu werden. Der Plan war erstens eine Versicherung zu haben, die Wohnung überhaupt zu bekommen und nicht raus geschmissen zu werden und zweitens, einer Mieterhöhung zu entgehen. Jetzt wurde ich darauf hingewiesen, dass sobald sie auszieht und aus dem Mietvertrag austritt, dieser hinfällig ist und ein Neuer aufgesetzt werden müsste, welcher dann wiederrum durchaus mit einer saftigen Mieterhöhung einhergehen könnte (die Wohnung ist durch den alten Vertrag wirklich sehr günstig im Vergleich zu anderen, wohnen in Berlin..) Ich war der Meinung, dass ich den Vertrag einfach übernehme, sobald mein Name dort auch drauf steht :/ weiß jemand wie die Rechtslage hier ist?
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2022.01.27 13:50 Morrownale Silencing HORI RAP V while living in the EU.
Hi there! Let's cut the chase: I have a Hori RAP V and I need to mod it so it is as silent as possible. Aside from the "what to put in it?"-question there is also the "where the heck do I get the parts?"-question as I live in germany. So if anyone here has advice that might be helpful, I'd appreciate it so much!
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2022.01.27 13:50 Pingayaso Existe no tener madre y 10 hectáreas mas adelante está ser un chayotero arrastrado y lameculos
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2022.01.27 13:50 win-dee Tutor now or wait 3 weeks for TOEFL cert?
I can’t wait to start helping English learners online. I should have my TOEFL cert in a few weeks. Should I wait to get started as a teacher on iTalki after I get certified, or start now as a tutor and get my feet wet? Thanks for recommendations. Pros/cons? Thanks!
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2022.01.27 13:50 MissPennyArcade My dad talking about his estranged relationship with my sister.
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2022.01.27 13:50 Jajwee When did it become normal to have more deaths then minutes in game?
TLDR; When did riot flip the hyper switch and what change started the transformation regarding "game speed" we are witnessing now?
We all know league has become a much faster paced game then it used to be. Games take shorter, team-fights are over quicker and instakills have become more and more common. Surely this means that the average kda of players is going down, because it is simply easier to die in the current meta then it was in, lets say, season 3. Even comparing it across game modes(aram, arurf etc.) games are simply over faster. Be it because the enemy finishes, or the team thats behind gives up faster. And this is all fine, if this is the direction riot wants to take the game, then thats what its gonna be, and we have to adapt to that.
However, that is not the spark that ignited the idea of this post. That spark came with the release of arurf (and admittidly urf from last year in my mind as well still). I've noticed a huge spike in deaths across the teams, whereas more often then not people manage to overtake the in game timer with their deaths (e.g. 10 deaths at 8 minutes, or 14 deaths at 12 minutes), and that's just baffling to me. It's amazing that people manage to respawn and die faster then the game timer can run, and I feel the cause of this lies in my earlier mention of the changing game state.
If people then try to call out these deaths, or ask for a more defencive playstyle, they are usually met with a barrage of "stfu's", "cry more in urf" and "go play ranked if you want to tryhard" which on one hand I understand. People want to unwind, play a game and have fun. But on the other hand, I can remember a few years back where people straight up left my game if I went 0/11 in the first 11 minutes, saying they wanted to play urf, not watch a black and white movie.
The disparity between those two sides has grown to epic proportions, with one side dying time after time without a care to change tactics, because it's urf. and a rise off trollers, flamers and leavers, with a more sarcastic "BeCaUsE iT's UrF, dEaThS dOnT mAtTeR rIgHt?"
If I'm being completely honest, I understand both parties, although I agree a bit more with the later, because imo; its not hard to keep your deaths below the in game timer. But my personal input aside, as you can see in the title, I'm curious when this trend started. When did riot flip the hyper switch and what change started the transformation we are witnessing now?
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2022.01.27 13:50 fuddafascists [Never Forget] An Essential Guide to Dismantling Kashmir's Special Status
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2022.01.27 13:50 Tomojr44 H: Flux, Caps, Emmet Rad Suit W:AA/E/15R level 50 Blunderbuss
2022.01.27 13:50 Toasty_tea My house & Ginger Island house! I spent pretty much the entirety of Spring year 5 decorating
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2022.01.27 13:50 m4linciak LEGO Spiderman MOC: Rhino and Carnage vs. web warriors
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2022.01.27 13:50 NicholasBarnes968 💎🙌AMC💎🙌
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2022.01.27 13:50 el_imortal657 Currently selling a cuh-1115A Firmware 6.72 if anybody its interested I want it to jailbreak it myself but I just don’t have the time with work and I stopped playing a while ago. Also have a slim ps4 up to date for sale also if anybody is interested
2022.01.27 13:50 Crul_ Tediore K7 Gun (by Romain Lambert)
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2022.01.27 13:50 neomaximus1283 [POSITIVE] for /u/imacyco [buyer]
2022.01.27 13:50 LabsWillFetch Free Training
Hey all. I am at a new job rolling out tableau to a department. I did this years ago at another company and remember some pretty robust FREE tableau.com training. They seemed to have removed many of the free videos. I do see they have a paid training that is decently expensive.
At my previous company all the users had a data camp license. This was awesome because they have some great training. Is anyone aware of any free training that can help get people up to basic tableau developer level? You certainly get what you pay for but just curious if anyone has had any luck.
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2022.01.27 13:50 kitsunexotic What do you think of my soft feet in toe rings?
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2022.01.27 13:50 Wayward_Prometheus Florida commission denies Melvin Guillard BKFC booking, ABC urges promotion to reevaluate roster
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2022.01.27 13:50 TheWolfFromNether What i was expecting?
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2022.01.27 13:50 HaywardUCuddleme For those who've never seen it: U.S. real house price index (1890 - 2021)
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2022.01.27 13:50 grandBBQninja r/antiwork really dug its own grave
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2022.01.27 13:50 tom45283747 [XB1] H: Bulk Ballistic Fibre W: Bone Shards 1:3
2022.01.27 13:50 Seaweed-Fair Do you like Dominoes pizza in Fredericton