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Property Bubble In Ireland Developing Again

By Mark O’Byrne – Re-Blogged From http://www.Silver-Phoenix500.com

Budget 2017: “Good Work To Halt Second Property Crash Undone In A Day”

David McWilliams has pointed out in two of his most recent articles how Budget 2017 and the latest mortgage tax grant risk creating a… 456 more words

GDP & Employment

PBS: Mervyn King and the future of global finance.

Another good video from Paul Solman of PBS ‘Making Sense of Financial News’.

In his new book, “The End of Alchemy,” Mervyn King still worries that the world banking system hasn’t reformed itself, eight years after its excesses led to collapse. 346 more words

Financial Markets

Inequality is rising in Denmark, and negative interest rates are to blame

Scandinavian countries are famed for their high levels of equality. They are portrayed as a blissful landscape where everyone gets a good education, high wages and generous government support. 460 more words

1/3rd of people in US have debt over 180 days delinquency?

I saw an article today which suggested 35% of Americans have debt over 180 days delinquency (i.e. In collections). While it makes for a great headline digging through the report shows it is not great but better than reported. 416 more words


Most People Want Price Controls

By Steve Saville – Re-Blogged From The Speculative Investor

Anyone with rudimentary knowledge of good economic theory can explain why government price controls are a bad idea. 845 more words

GDP & Employment

The Three Wise Men

By Egon Von Greyerz – Re-Blogged From http://www.Gold-Eagle.com

Two millennia ago according to the bible, three wise men came to offer Jesus the gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh. 1,743 more words

GDP & Employment

Bubble Blind Central Bankers

By Michael Pento – Re-Blogged From http://www.PentoPort.com

Fed Head Janet Yellen is keeping alive the tradition of her predecessors, Messrs. Greenspan and Bernanke, by showing she is equally as blind-sighted to the bubbles central banks are blowing in the bond and equity markets. 844 more words

GDP & Employment