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Central Banks Start To Swindle Each Other, Not Just Public

Central banks around the world have teamed up to fleece the public for centuries. Last week, the Swiss National Bank broke rank by not only lying to the public – but by lying to their Central Banking cohorts. 49 more words

Gold

The End of Money?

In The End of Money: Counterfeiters, Preachers, Techies, Dreamers – and the Coming Cashless Society (Da Capo Press, Boston MA, 2012) David Wolman seeks not the end of money generally but specifically the end of paper cash – the sooner the better. 243 more words

The Village

December 2014 earnings for Microsoft (MSFT)

the report

Last night MSFT announced earnings for the December 2014 quarter, which is the second fiscal quarter of 2015 (ends in June).  At eps of $.71 a share, results were in line with analysts’ expectations, even though income was dinged by $.02  by restructuring charges and $.04 from an IRS audit adjustment. 622 more words

Stock Market

Greece Will Need a New Currency

by Stephen Bryen

The new Greek government, mainly composed of former Communists and other leftists, with a dash of a far right political party giving Syriza enough support to form a government, faces a huge task in trying to reform Greece’s economy.  464 more words

Euro

So what exactly is “ISO?”


Have you ever heard the old business saying “You can’t manage what you can’t measure?” ISO standards are the answer to the problem of measurement. 240 more words

ISO Certification

The Swiss Decision Is the Canary in the Coal Mine

The Swiss took everyone by surprise in abandoning the peg to the Euro. The focus has been on the Swiss franc and the Swiss economy and what will happen as a result. 434 more words

Education And Finance

S&P Downgrade ‘Groundlessly Pessimistic’ – Russian Finance Minister

The downgrade of Russia’s credit rating by S&P is unreasonable, as the agency didn’t consider the country’s anti-crisis plan, and the strong economy with its large reserves and extremely low public debt, said Russian Finance Minister Anton Siluanov. 487 more words

Emerging Markets