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Markets and economics: Falling bank shares: a bad omen?

ANOTHER worry has been added to the long list plaguing equity markets this year. Bank shares have been falling fast, particularly those in Europe, which in morning trading, were down 22% so far this year. 192 more words

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The Coming Economic Crisis

By Bill White – SurvivoPedia

ISIS; same-sex marriages; terrorism; the porous southern border; the Syrian refugee crisis; the presidential primaries; with so much going on, it’s hard to keep track of it all. 125 more words

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Albertans say balancing provincial books no longer a priority: poll

As the collapse of oil prices continues and the province’s economic crisis deepens, Albertans are losing their fervour for balancing the books.

A new Mainstreet Research/Postmedia poll suggests 62 per cent of Albertans no longer think balancing the books is a priority — up from 52 per cent last October. 524 more words


Ireland: What the banking inquiry doesn’t want to highlight in its report

Statement by Dublin District Committee of the Communist Party of Ireland

The Report of the Joint Committee of Inquiry into the Banking Crisis, recently published, says that “no one single event or decision led to the failure of the banks in the lead in period to the Crisis, but rather it was the cumulative result of a series of events and decisions over a number of years.” 789 more words


Irish communists on the election of the new Dáil

from Socialist Voice, published by the Communist Party of Ireland

The current election campaign and the election of a new Dáil present new challenges and opportunities for the working people of Ireland. 993 more words

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Lectures by Anwar M. Shaikh on Capitalism, Competition, Conflict and Crises

The Henry George School of Social Science, and the New School of Social Research invite you to follow Professor Anwar M. Shaikh in a new series of lectures exploring his new ground-breaking Economic treatise, “Capitalism: Competition, Conflict and Crises”.

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