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More on the stock market

I’m fairly sure that no one in the stock market cared much about my negative comments about stocks from three days ago:

83% of these new stock offerings over the last three months are money-losing companies…That 

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Financial System

In defence of India's rockstar central banker -- and telling off the Fed

It looks like Raghuram Rajan is living up to his ‘rockstar‘ reputation.

Last week, India’s central banker created quite a stir in central banking circles when he chided central banks of developed countries for not taking into  account the ‘spillover’ effects of unconventional monetary policies. 897 more words

News & Analysis

How much did internationally promoted ideas about supervisory ‘best practice' influence institutional design choices?

Who is watching the finance industry? There have been multiple waves of thought about whether the ministry of finance, the central bank, a specialized regulator or some combination of these should have supervisory authority. 109 more words


A Eurozone Pick-Up? Three Key Insights

The Eurozone economy is showing more convincing signs of a pick-up that is more broad based and robust than anticipated. Obviously, a wide difference in conditions exists between European countries and fragmentation in their financial conditions still exist, but these are (slowly) receding. 682 more words


A ‪joke‬ from Mario Draghi, the President of the European Central Bank ;-)

A man needs a heart transplant. Says the doctor: “I can give you the heart of a five-year old boy.” 
“Too young.”
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REPOST: Shocking Facts About The Deindustrialization Of America That Everyone Should Know

Once again many many thanks to our friends at: http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com/ for producing and making this article available.

Major economic problems take decades to build up – the proof is there for all to see. 1,199 more words