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Start of NESARA? US Will Sell $118 Billion Worth of Treasuries From Dec. 28-30


[Ok.  Help me out here.  I received this article third-party from someone who is VERY intelligent in this field.  That person figured that NESARA could be days away due to this article.  I’d like some opinions here.  Please comment and let me know what you think.  If you’re the person who originally sent this link out, please email me or comment below.

It originally didn’t make much sense to me, but yesterday I posted how the ASEAN+3 countries have now set up HUGE funds that they are going to access (HERE).  NESARA?  Maybe.  And since we know that the US, UK, Canada, and Australia are going to be first, then that means that we over here have to have some kind of thing going on.  Is this article it?

The U.S. will sell $44 billion in two-year notes on Dec. 28, $42 billion in five-year debt the next day and $32 billion in seven-year securities on Dec. 30. The five-year sale and seven-year offering equal the all-time highest issues of the securities set last month.

Lemme know your thoughts.  Tony]

Treasury Yield Curve Steepens to Record on Debt Demand Concern

By Susanne Walker
December 25, 2009

(Bloomberg) — Treasuries fell, with the difference in yields between 2- and 10-year notes widening to a record amount, as investors bet the U.S. recovery will fuel inflation and reduce demand at the government’s debt auctions.

The 10-year note’s yield climbed to the highest level in four months as reports showed increases in sales of existing homes and orders for durable goods. The U.S. will sell a record- tying $118 billion of 2-, 5- and 7-year notes next week.

“We are in a steepening trend,” said John Spinello, chief technical strategist in New York at Jefferies Group Inc., one of the Federal Reserve’s 18 primary dealers, which are required to bid at government debt auctions. “It was the recognition that the Treasury will be extending the debt as we know it and the economy is showing signs of recovery.”

The benchmark 10-year note’s yield rose 26 basis points on the week, or 0.26 percentage point, to 3.80 percent, according to BGCantor Market Data. That’s the highest level since Aug. 10. The 3.375 percent security due in November 2019 fell 2 5/32 or $21.56 per $1,000 face amount to 96 16/32.

Two-year note yields rose 18 basis points on the week to 0.97, the highest level since Oct. 30. The note to be sold on Dec. 28 in a record-tying $44 billion offering traded at 1.02 percent in pre-auction trading. The debt drew a yield of 0.802 percent, the lowest ever, at the last auction, a $44 billion offering on Nov. 23.

‘Inflationary Pressures’

The difference, or spread, between 2- and 10-year note yields widened to 2.88 percentage points on Dec. 22. The previous record of 2.81 percentage points was set on June 5, when Treasuries plunged after a government report showed the smallest decline in U.S. payrolls in eight months. Ten-year note yields touched 4 percent the following week, the highest level in 2009.

“If you are going to have a recovery, you are going to have higher inflationary pressures, so the curve should continue to steepen from here,” said Dan Greenhaus, chief economic strategist at Miller Tabak & Co. in New York. “The curve could reach 300 to 325 basis points.”

Holders of U.S. Treasuries of all maturities have lost 3.3 percent this year, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch indexes. That would be the worst performance since 1994.

American consumers’ spending and incomes climbed in November, indicating that the biggest part of the economy is poised to strengthen as the labor market recovers, government reports showed. Purchases rose 0.5 percent and incomes increased 0.4 percent.

Debt Sales

Existing home sales rose 7.4 percent last month to a 6.54 million annual rate, the highest since February 2007, from a revised 6.09 million pace the prior month, the National Association of Realtors said on Dec. 22. Sales were expected to rise to a 6.25 million annual rate, according to the median forecast in a Bloomberg News survey of economists.

Excluding demand for transportation equipment, bookings for long-lasting goods climbed a greater-than-forecast 2 percent in November, figures from the Commerce Department showed on Dec. 24 in Washington.

The U.S. will sell $44 billion in two-year notes on Dec. 28, $42 billion in five-year debt the next day and $32 billion in seven-year securities on Dec. 30. The five-year sale and seven-year offering equal the all-time highest issues of the securities set last month.

Seven-Year Auction

“The seven-year coming just a day before New Year’s eve, when the Fed had been a strong buyer of the seven-year sector to help out mortgage rates, that’s probably the auction to worry about,” Michael Pond, an interest-rate strategist in New York at primary dealer Barclays Plc, said on Dec. 24 in an interview on Bloomberg TV. “The two-year should be well spoken for. At year-end, there is plenty of demand for short paper. It’s really further out the curve that you have to worry about.”

President Barack Obama is borrowing unprecedented amounts for spending programs. U.S. marketable debt increased to a record $7.17 trillion in November from $5.80 trillion at the end of last year.

Treasury officials on Nov. 4 announced a long-term target of six to seven years for the average maturity of Treasury debt and said the department wants to cut back on its issuance of bills and two- and three-year notes.

Treasury yields will increase in 2010 as the Fed ends purchases of mortgage and agency securities, Barclays’s Pond said. The yield on the benchmark 10-year note may climb to 4.5 percent, he said.

The Fed said on Dec. 16 it will continue purchases of agency mortgage-backed securities totaling $1.25 trillion and about $175 billion of agency debt through the first quarter of next year [Is this the forgiving of debts that NESARA brings?]. The Federal Open Market Committee and the Fed’s Board of Governors reiterated that “most of the Federal Reserve’s special liquidity facilities will expire on Feb. 1 2010.” The central bank completed a $300 billion program of Treasury purchases in October.



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  1. Chris says:

    Don’t know if this is the start or not. I found Fulford’s comments in “Secret Financial Maneuvers Fail to Save Copenhagen Climate Summit” interesting. He says the Black Dragons have worked out all these deals with different countries. He says the US plans “to return the US to constitutional rule and begin a swords-to-ploughshares transition of the Pentagon. The Philippines gold will be used to write-off US external debts and finance a reconstruction of the US industrial base. The Pentagon will begin allowing the wide-spread civilian use of Stirling engines and other high-technology previously kept from the public for “security reasons.””

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    Even though he never mentions ETs or Ascension, most of his intel matches up with what we keep reading about the economy and dark hats. After reading Fulford and Story, it looks like the White Lighters are working hard at changing things within the matrix to bring about the desired end results. God, I hope so! I don’t know how much more patience I have.

  2. Matt says:

    I don’t think this is significant in regards to NESARA. If anything, it just looks like the US Govt is going further into debt. Selling bonds is a really common practice and in addition to taxes is the only way the Govt generates revenue to cover its operating expenses.

    “The Fed said on Dec. 16 it will continue purchases of agency mortgage-backed securities totaling $1.25 trillion and about $175 billion of agency debt through the first quarter of next year [Is this the forgiving of debts that NESARA brings?]. ”

    As I understand the above quote from the article, no this is not forgiving of debt, this is the Fed buying BS, high risk, derivative products that lead to the economic collapse in the first place. I believe this means that the banks and financial institutions who sold these high risk mortgage backed securities that then defaulted are having the Fed bail them out instead of taking the losses that their risky investments should have entailed.

    I’m not 100% on this, but as far as I know, this is more of the same and not a sign of good things to come unfortunately.

  3. I don’t see anything but the continued financial manipulation by the Federal Reserve (Which is not Federal).

    Basically, I think they are getting ready to try and mop up some of the trillions that they have created to stop the financial bleeding. Inflation is going to be a big problem starting in the latter part of 2010.

    I’d really like to see all the announcements happen soon. Don’t think it will be as soon as we want? January is supposed to be a real problem for the Federal Reserve?

    I guess we’ll wait an see?

  4. adrian says:

    “Wait and see.”

    Hmmmm. Where have I heard that one before?

  5. Normand Dionne says:

    Not yet!!!

    NESARA goes hand in hand with announcements.

  6. Carolyn says:

    It is really all too much to bear anymore. Trying to figure it all out, read between the lines, compare articles and expert opinions.

    I am losing hope…We really need some good godly change.

  7. Tina says:

    The Fed purchasing mortage baced securities etc. is just the old crap going on (backing up financial corporations with money of taxpayers and through moneyprinting=inflation). And now yields are starting to climb as well.

  8. Andrew Kemp says:

    Why would citizens or the government need bonds post NESARA? Also, why would we have to ‘buy’ them? A final ploy by the cabal to grab some cash methinks. They must know this cash will be worthless anyway. An act of desperation?

  9. jane says:

    Well on some level the disclosure is already going on. There are many high level ex-military that are talking about the seeing of extraterrestials, aren’t there? So many disclosures are happening. There are so many videos of ufos on the net, Larry King has people discussing it. So Nesara could be starting up.

    Do feel that all of this is in the direction of purification of the dollar. It has been used for many terrible things, and if the dollar is replaced by a global currency, all the better. The dollar doesnt have a life supporting karma.

  10. Exo says:

    “The Philippines gold will be used to write-off US external debts and finance a reconstruction of the US industrial base.”

    I am from the Philippines and I have been reading some articles saying that there is indeed a vast hoard of golds buried somewhere in our country. My question here is that the gold will come from our country yet our country is not even one of the first 4 countries to benefit from NESARA. Why is this so? Will our country even get a commission for keeping those golds? Getting those golds without our government’s consent/knowledge is like a form of stealing, isn’t it?

    • Evo says:

      Welcome to the great contradiction of secrets called Earth. We all feel the same way as you, and there really is nothing that is wholly believable at this moment. This is transition. Its not about nesara only being for a few countries, or about who actually owns the gold. This is pure speculation. Don’t take this as the bottom line truth, (or your own truth for that matter) it will get your head in a spin that you wont be able to stop any time soon. Have faith in yourself, as a godspark who sees the light and sides with it.
      These secrets are tearing the world apart, and Im sick of it too. The galactics have secrets, the government has secrets, the illuminati have secrets…….and they are all vying for your affection. NONE of them want you to know what they are doing.(which I find appalling) I would think that the galactics would be capable to tell us what is going on, but alas, they are on a completely different timeline than us, and their predictions dont work in our time. But dont take it personally, its the dark that is trying to make you think that all is lost. It is only about to begin.

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