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GE Moves Forward

For nearly a century, General Electric, the industrial company, and its subsidiary unit, General Electric Capital Corporation (GECC) have formed one of the most powerful multinational conglomerates in the world. 391 more words


Monetary Policy Creates Financial Instability?

A Benjamin Cole post

Paul Krugman may be persona non grata in my house, but I must begrudgingly admit when the NYT blogger makes a good point: 361 more words

Monetary Policy

Sunday Times Rich List: Britain's richest double their wealth in 10 years

Press Association reports:

‘The collective wealth of Britain’s richest people has more than doubled in the last 10 years, according to the Sunday Times Rich List. 141 more words


Why Banks DON'T create Money!

Hi it’s Chris Catto, the author of How to Become a Suburban Financial Champion. Over the best part of the last 20 years my career has been focused on financial management. 841 more words

Finance And Politics

A question of values

April 23, 2015 As I sit here, selfishly consuming my second cerveza grande, under a warming sun outside the muy hospitable bar opposite the Burgos albergue for peregrinos, my thoughts of course become deep and meaningful. 734 more words

The Volatility / Quantitative Easing Dance of Doom

Nomi Prins, author of All The Presidents’ Bankers, writes:

‘The battle between the ‘haves’ and ‘have-nots’ of global financial policy is escalating to the point where the ‘haves’ might start to sweat – a tiny little. 239 more words


Will Fed Tightening Choke Emerging Markets?

CAMBRIDGE – As the Federal Reserve moves closer to initiating one of the most long-awaited and widely predicted periods of rising short-term interest rates in the United States, many are asking how emerging markets will be affected. 871 more words

Financial Crisis