In November of 2014 I published an article titled 'The Economic End Game Explained'. In it I outlined what I believed would be the process by which globalists would achieve what they call the "new world order" or what they sometimes call the "global
"Tomorrow Will Be Ugly": Venezuela To Restructure All Debt As Creditors Panic Over Imminent Default
In a recent piece for CapX, my colleague Chelsea Follett wrote about the declining rates of absolute poverty. This data is, indeed, encouraging, but rising income is only one way to measure the improving state of humanity – let's not forget the o
If we want to help the poor, we must know what really lifts people out of poverty. And it's not top-down programs.
Based on McKinsey scenario modeling, they estimate automation could raise productivity growth globally by 0.8 to 1.4 percent annually.
In 1820, 94% of the world's population lived in extreme poverty. In 1990, 34.8%, and in 2015, just 9.6%.
Earlier this week, Chinese leader Xi Jinping became the third ruler in the communist country's history to have his named enshrined in its constitution – and the first to receive this honor while still alive.
This past weekend, Venezuela failed to make $237 million in bond coupon payment, blaming "technical glitches" when in reality it simply did not have the money (or wish to part with it). Adding the $349 million in unpaid bond interest accumulated over
According to TheNational.ae, bitcoin adoption in Zimbabwe is seemingly skyrocketing as the country's economic situation looks bleak. So much so, that one bitcoin is trading at nearly $10,000 on the Golix.io exchange, while the global average is, at
In his latest presentation, Francesco Filia of Fasanara Capital discusses how years of monumental liquidity injections by major Central Banks ($15 trillion since 2009) successfully avoided a circuit break after the Global Financial Crisis, but failed
How The Elite Dominate The World – Part 2: 99.9% Of The Global Population Lives In A Country With A Central Bank
Throughout human history, those in the ruling class have found various ways to force those under them to work for their economic benefit. But in our day and age, we are willingly enslaving ourselves. The borrower is the servant of the lender, and t
Throughout human history, those in the ruling class have found various ways to force those under them to work for their economic benefit. But in our day and age, we are willingly enslaving ourselves.
Gary Cohn Is Concerned About Wall Street Clearinghouses – Blockchain Is Already Fixing It
The petrodollar system is being undermined by exponential growth in technology and shifting geopolitics. What comes next is a paradigm shift...
With its coffers empty and its financial moves restricted by U.S. sanctions, Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro's government is facing a nightmarish scenario with the approach of Halloween, when a series of debt payments totaling more than $3.5 b
For those of you who don't know Andy Xie, he's an MIT-educated former IMF economist and was once Morgan Stanley's chief Asia-Pacific economist. Xie is known for a bearish view of China, and not Beijing's favorite person.
media controlled, citizens blocked from escaping... Natural News) It looks like more trouble in paradise for the socialist utopia of Venezuela. The list of issues includes food rationing and widespread starvation, skyrocketing unemployment, rampant
Janet Yellen's mantra is, "It's transitory!"
When India banned the 500 and 1000 rupie notes, defenders claimed it would have a significant benefit. It didn't.
That's how many are living in extreme poverty today, defined by the World Bank as having roughly $2/day or less in current US purchasing power. Think about that number: seven hundred and sixty-six million, ten thousand human beings. In just
Long before the invention of modern day maps or gunpowder, the planet's major powers were already duking it out for economic and geopolitical supremacy.
As Spain confronts its Catalonian rebellion, investors are staring down a decision on whether to bet on a peaceful resolution to the secession upheaval or prepare for the consequences if the region splits off.
- and that is where you can find what everyone is searching for. JOHANNESBURG - Step away from the crowd, look, see what no-one else is noticing - and that is where you can find what everyone is searching for.
Demands Spanish Police Withdraw...After an unprecedented 2 million Catalans voted for independence during Sunday's referendum, larger than the number who voted for independence during a prior independence referendum in November 2014, the will of Ca
Technology is advancing in leaps and bounds -- and so is economic inequality, says writer Chrystia Freeland.
I had the opportunity to attend much of the first two days of a 3-day cryptocurrency/blockchain conference in Aspen late last week.
All twelve women who work at the "Show Malilo Night Club" brothel in Arauca, Colombia are from Venezuela.
Now that the Fed has finally started to peel off the quantitative-tightening Band-Aid, things should start getting back to normal. That's a good one, given no one really knows what normal is these days. A pullback from the record highs of yesterday
Once again, they've debunked the diversity dogma that prevails at universities and elsewhere, including the canard that minorities are held back because of white privilege, which is itself a canard.