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By Edward S. Herman Source: Dissident Voice Mark Weisbrot, a co-director with Dean Baker of the Center for Economic and Policy Research (CEPR), has written an enlightening book that pulls together many of the analyses that CEPR has been producing … Continue reading →
By Mike Whitney Source: CounterPunch The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) is worried that recent ructions in the equities markets could be a sign that another financial crisis is brewing. In a sobering report titled “Uneasy calm gives way to … Continue reading →
An Interview with Finnish Journalist Antti J. Ronkainen Michael Hudson Source: The Unz Review Antti J. Ronkainen: The Federal Reserve is the most significant central bank in the world. How does it contribute to the domestic policy of the United … Continue reading →
By Brandon Smith Source: Alt-Market.com Normalcy bias is a rather horrifying thing. It is so frightening because it is so final; much like death, there is simply no coming back. Rather than a physical death, normalcy bias represents the death … Continue reading →
By Ellen Brown Source: Intrepid Report Remember those old ads showing a senior couple lounging on a warm beach, captioned “Let your money work for you”? Or the scene in Mary Poppins where young Michael is being advised to put … Continue reading →
By Chris Shaw Source: Center for a Stateless Society Introduction The capitalist economy has gone through another shock, and the potential for another, larger one is on the horizon. While it’s seemingly in its death throes, capitalism continues to fuel … Continue reading →
By Charles Hugh Smith Source: Of Two Minds The key to broadly distributing capital and reversing inequality is to nurture the source of social capital: the community economy. We all know what a hyper-financialized economy looks like–we live in one:central … Continue reading →
By Andrew Gavin Marshall Source: Occupy.com On Nov. 13, the United Kingdom’s Serious Fraud Office (SFO) announced it was charging 10 individual bankers, working for two separate banks, Deutsche Bank and Barclays, with fraud over their rigging of the Euribor rates. The … Continue reading →