MQM Leader's Arrest Brings Pakistan's Economic Capital to a Halt
Just the other week, I witnessed economic imperialism at work. It came courtesy of a secretive US Treasury bureau called the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN).
Market Veteran Warns: "Massive Shocks in the World Financial System in Coming Years"
This new nationalism takes different economic forms: Trade barriers, asset protection, reaction against foreign direct investment, policies favoring domestic workers and firms, anti-immigration measures, state capitalism, and resource nationalism. In
Why You Should invest in North Korea!
Fitts correctly predicted that there would be no financial collapse in 2013. She characterizes what is going on in the global economy as a "slow burn."
World Bank warns of food riots as rising food prices push world populations toward revolt
Russia's leader Vladimir Putin usually wears a perfect poker face. But last week in Shanghai, the icy-cold Russian president came awfully close to bursting into a big grin.
Experts Are Lining Up To Warn About The Leveraged ETFs That Could 'Blow Up' The Whole Financial System
Bilderberg, the annual gathering of the world's most powerful politicians and business magnates, is clearly shaping global policies by positioning its favored politicians as world leaders, determining the timetables of military conflicts..
Infowars reporters captured Eric Schmidt, current Executive Chairman and former CEO of Google, chatting to other Bilderberg delegates inside the grounds of the Marriott Hotel in Copenhagen.
World food prices rose in the first quarter of the year for the first time since their all-time high in August 2012, driven by rising demand in China, drought in the United States and unrest in Ukraine.
British people will vote to leave the EU unless offered a new dispensation, writes Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
The Size Of The Derivatives Bubble Hanging Over The Global Economy Hits A Record High
For the last several years, nobody has been more outspokenly bearish on Japan than Kyle Bass. In a recent talk, Bass reiterated his doubts about Japan’s chances of averting a debt crisis. What’s more, he also said China’s economy will fall below expe
First it was Germany, now another AAA-rated European country is starting to get concerned about its hard assets.
Russia’s leader Vladimir Putin usually wears a perfect poker face. But last week in Shangahi, the icy-cold Russian president came awfully close to bursting into a big grin.
Sanction threats against Russia sent shockwaves of panic across the world of investment. There’s still those who still believe in the prospects of the Russian economy, despite the political turmoil.
The mainstream media are falling over themselves talking about Russia’s just-signed “Holy Grail” gas deal with China, which is expected to be worth more than $400 billion. But here’s what I think the real news is… and nobody’s talking about it—until
For the last several years, nobody has been more outspokenly bearish on Japan than Kyle Bass.
Vladimir Putin has concluded his lengthy interview having covered everything from "the end of the unipolar model of the world" - i.e. de-dollarization - to US and Europe's responsibility for Ukraine's "full-scale civil war."
Having watched Tim Geithner's disgusting defense of the tax-payer-backed re-inflation of a corrupt and knowingly devastating banking system on Jon Stewart's Daily Show, and watching the US fine (no jail time for anyone) a Swiss bank...
"I Will Never Sell My Gold," Marc Faber Warns, China's "Gigantic Credit Bubble" Unwind Is Just Beginning
China Urges New Security Pact With Russia, Iran
Real decisions made at Bilderberg, Davos “pure PR talk”
Mario Draghi may have lied to Zero Hedge when saying there was no European "Plan B" (or Z), but he was right when he said that there has been a "vast amount of political capital that has been invested into the Euro."
Russia and China have just signed what is being called “the gas deal of the century”, and the two countries are discussing moving away from the U.S. dollar and using their own currencies to trade with one another. This has huge implications for the
Russia and China are planning to increase the volume of direct payments in mutual trade in their national currencies, according to a joint statement on a new stage of comprehensive partnership and strategic cooperation signed during high-level talks
In response to our account of the mysterious large rise in Belgium’s Treasury purchases http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2014/05/12/fed-great-deceiver-paul-craig-roberts/ , it was suggested that the transaction would show up on the Fed’s balance sheet
Analysts warn that Modi's promises to make this 'India's century' won't be so easily realized.