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by Mark Hulbert

eBook Interlock: The untold story of American banks, oil interests, the Shah's money, debts, and the astounding connections between them epub
  • ISBN: 094394001X
  • Author: Mark Hulbert
  • Genre: No category
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Richardson & Snyder; 1st edition (1982)
  • Pages: 272 pages
  • ePUB size: 1317 kb
  • FB2 size 1893 kb
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Mark Hubert’s ‘Interlock’ is a many faceted look at the pivotal events of 1978/79 surrounding the ousting of. .

Mark Hubert’s ‘Interlock’ is a many faceted look at the pivotal events of 1978/79 surrounding the ousting of the Shah of Iran, the Iranian revolution, the subsequent hostage crisis involving the American embassy in Teheran, and most crucially of all, the freezing of Iranian assets by Rockefeller dominated Chase Manhattan bank as agent for a syndicate of banks to stop Iranian. Mark also provides graphs and tables showing the Interlock between the banks, oil companies and aero-space companies that made the oil price shocks of 1973 and 1979 such a happy merry-go-round.

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Mark Hubert’s ‘Interlock’ is a many faceted look at the pivotal events of 1978/79 surrounding the ousting of the Shah of Iran, the Iranian revolution, the subsequent hostage crisis involving the American embassy in Teheran, and most crucially of all, the freezing of Iranian assets by Rockefeller dominated Chase Manhattan bank as agent for a syndicate of banks to stop Iranian out flows. It was this last event that actually precipitated the chain of events described in the narrative and is the most crucial for understanding everything that followed.

Chase Manhattan, alarmed by Iran’s draw down of deposits at the bank, connived a deceptive plan to piss the Iranians off into reacting, which could then be used as a pretext for the freezing of Iran’s accounts. Much to the banks annoyance, Iran was too scrupulous in the repayments on its loans for Chase to declare a default, so another cover story had to be staged in order to give Chase a stronger legal justification where none existed before.

With the Shah in exile limbo in Mexico and under the guise of humanitarian consideration for his cancer ridden health, it was decided, against Iranian wishes, to grant him entry into the USA. This led to the consequent storming of the embassy complex and the taking of American hostages that could now be used as justification, by invoking National Security issues, to freeze Iran’s accounts and block any further draw down by the Iranian government from those accounts.

Mark does a brilliant job in carefully delineating the complex web of intrigue, the underhanded motives and outright cynicism that turned the hapless hostages into pawns on a sordid chessboard. The kicker comes toward the end of the book and in sequential, chronological order when we finally realise that the longer the hostage crisis dragged on, the more money could be made from the interest repayments accrued from Iran's money. Here’s how the financial aspect played out . . .

“In the foreign branches of U.S. banks alone, Iran had deposits totalling $4.7 billion. Nothing prevented the banks from investing this money in the Eurodollar market, earning hundreds of millions in interest . . . The average London Interbank Offering Rate (LIBOR) for these fourteen months was 14.3 percent. The average margin above LIBOR for Eurodollar lendings in 1980 was about 0.5 percent. In other words, these banks, collectively, could have earned about 14.8 percent on this 4.7 billion for fourteen-and-a-half months, or about $910 million”.

Mark also provides graphs and tables showing the Interlock between the banks, oil companies and aero-space companies that made the oil price shocks of 1973 and 1979 such a happy merry-go-round. Interlock is a compact and clearly explained narrative that punches way above its weight at just 220 pages. I managed to get a library copy as the Amazon price is prohibitive. It would be great to see this gem re-published as it is worth every word and puts so much into perspective.
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