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Mario Draghi's Email Was Hacked By A High-Ranking Mason 

Source: Zero Hedge

Earlier this morning we reported the bizarre story of how two hackers had managed to penetrate the email accounts of not only ECB head Mario Draghi, but also former Italian PMs Matteo Renzi and Mario Monti, as well as countless other highly placed politicians and executives. 618 more words


Goldman Sachs to “Government Sachs”

President-elect, Donald Trump, has already tapped Steven Mnuchin as Secretary of the Treasury. Steven Mnuchin was a partner at Goldman Sachs in charge of equity trading and a member of the management committee. 551 more words


The Monte Paschi saga continues

Firstly let me wish you all a very Happy New Year as we approach the month of January. As we switch to an ongoing theme which has occupied on here for some years it is linked to something else in the news or rather what is called fake news. 1,246 more words

General Economics

Notes From Underground: What a Long Strange Trip It's Been

This year has been a year of surprises as conventional wisdom-based forecasts have proven to be like oral agreements: not worth the paper on which they are written. 570 more words


BCE: Diabolico Perseverare

Avevo preparato per oggi un pezzo sulla sharing economy, tema che ho trascurato un poco, ultimamente. Ma poi il comitato di governo della banca centrale europea si è riunito giovedì 8 dicembre e subito dopo il presidente della banca, Mario Draghi, ha letto il relativo comunicato stampa e ha risposto alle domande, sempre più insulse, dei giornalisti presenti. 905 more words

Articoli E Opinioni

QE in the EU: Dario Marghi & the Taper that Never Was. Or not.

Anyway, there’s Mario Draghi, Europe’s most unaccountable banker, the Prince of Darkness and President of the European Central Bank, sitting in front of lots of cameras, hacks and scribbling hands. 438 more words

French central bank trims growth forecasts, citing Brexit


© AFP/File | France’s central bank has trimmed its growth forecasts for 2016 and 2017, citing a deterioration in the global economy and Britain’s decision to leave the European Union… 318 more words