Readers of my articles and those of other authors on this site will have long come to know that CNBC lacks any credibility as it continued to pump out bullish market propaganda in the face of the severest bear market since the 1930's, whilst at the same time engaging in the re-writing of history on the channels past market calls as witnessed numerous times on Jim Cramer's Mad Money Show.
Now, CNBC reports the "truth" about market manipulation ?
For more on manipulated markets see my March article - Stealth Bull Market Follows Stocks Bear Market Bottom at Dow 6,470
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13 Jul 09, 17:00
CNBC and Manipulated Markets
CNBC is owned by NBC, which is owned by GE, which is headed by Jeff Imelt, who sits on the board of the Federal Reserve.
Did you really expect anything different???