The end of the gold standard.
And another one bites the dust. Now it’s Bank of America, one of the largest banks in the Land of the Free, that is inadequately capitalized.
The Elephant In The Room: Deutsche Bank's $75 Trillion In Derivatives Is 20 Times Greater Than German GDP
Are we headed for global financial enslavement because of the greed and the want of more power and money by corporate special interests?
The last time Goldman Sachs urged clients to "sell", it was gold - and in the next quarter, they were the largest acquirer of the precious metal via ETFs.
The USG is considering tougher sanctions against Russia and that’s prompted a reaction in global markets.
World stocks steadied above 10-day lows on Monday, with investors holding back from making aggressive bets as tensions between Russia and the West over Ukraine showed no sign of easing.
Ranking countries by their “networked readiness” reveals a major geopolitical digital divide.
For all the promise of new currencies and transaction systems, there is a long trail of failed efforts. In 1998, a virtual currency called Beenz was introduced. Customers earned Beenz when they visited certain websites and shopped at certain online s
The following is a new ad campaign in Britain.
The American middle class, long the most affluent in the world, has lost that distinction.
With China’s debt now bursting at the seams and the economic outlook in the United States signaling a major recession the governments and central banks of the world are very rapidly running out of options.
In Part 2 of my series about the wealth-destructive misanthropic power of banker controlled HFT algorithms, I will link the revelations
It has been a largely event-free weekend except, of course, for the previously reported re-escalation in Ukraine following what was a lethal shooting in the east Ukraine city of Slavyansk blamed on .....
Despite controversy, Ecuador’s president has been successful targeting inequality
MtGox has asked to liquidate its holdings after a Japanese court dismissed its plan for reorganization, the Wall Street Journal's Takashi Mochizuki and Katy Stech report.
Why Europe needs the City's financial weapons of mass destruction ... - See more at: http://www.thedailybell.com/news-analysis/35211/Predictably-Central-Bankers-Suggest-the-S-Word--Securitization/#sthash.O7ujrJ4Z.dpuf
The US dollar's position as the base currency for global energy trading gives the US a number of unfair advantages. It seems that Moscow is ready to take those advantages away.
NEW YORK – Could real estate on American soil owned by China be set up as “development zones” in which the communist nation could establish Chinese-owned businesses and bring in its citizens to the U.S. to work?
Another day ending in "y" means another day in which Putin plays the G(roup of most insolvent countries)-7 like a fiddle.
U.S. stocks have taken a sharp turn lower today as the Japanese yen strengthens against the U.S. dollar.
It was about 5 years ago, roughly the same time we launched our crusade against HFT, that we also first made the accusation that as a result of QE and the Fed's central planning, the forward-looking, discounting mechanism formerly known as the "marke
Financial newsletter writer Dr. Jim Willie thinks 2014 will be a pivotal year for the U.S. Dr. Willie says, “We’re going to end this year with no resemblance to the beginning.
Russia urged companies to delist their shares from overseas stock exchanges and trade in Moscow in an effort to safeguard them as international sanctions mount against the country after its takeover of Crimea.
There is a reasonably quiet start to the week before we head into the highlights of the week including the start of US reporting season tomorrow, FOMC minutes on Wednesday and IMF meetings in Washington on Friday.
Interim PM Dubs New Price 'Unfair'
At time when foreign investors are fleeing the Russian stock market, an investing guru advises to buy Russian stocks. Jim Rogers believes that companies listed on the Moscow Exchange are undervalued. That’s why he is buying their stocks.
First, let me say what you read here is going to be wrong in several ways.
Numerous cultures have had holidays dedicated to the celebration of pulling the wool over the eyes of others, from the ancient Romans, to early Muslims, to medieval Christians, to Americans and Europeans today.
Mention price cartels and many people will think of big, overt ones like the one OPEC runs for oil and the now-extinct one for diamonds.