Zero Hedge: How two Janet Yellen phone calls saved the world


11a HKT Sunday, April 3, 2016

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Zero Hedge this weekend shows how telephone calls by Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen to Bank of England Governor Mark Carney on February 11 and European Central Bank President Mario Draghi on February 12 coincided exactly with upward reversals in the U.S. stock market. Zero Hedge concludes: "Did we just get the closest glimpse of the global Plunge Protection Team communication by phone call? Only the National Security Agency knows."

The Zero Hedge report is headlined "Exposed -- How Two Janet Yellen Phone Calls Saved the World" and it's posted here:

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