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Draghi’s Membership of Murky G30 Financial Group Under Fire

A private club for central bankers, regulators, and bankers.

On Wednesday, ECB President Mario Draghi suffered the rare ignominy of being criticized in public by the EU’s Ombudsman, Emily O‘Reilly, whose job it is to arbitrate public complaints about EU institutions. 141 more words

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Believing The Impossible Is Necessary to Rationalize Today's Bubble Markets

By Chris Martenson and cross-posted from Peak Prosperity

“Alice laughed: “There’s no use trying,” she said; “one can’t believe impossible things.”

“I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. 868 more words

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Drowning in the Money River

Why the 99% of us are falling farther behind

By Adam Taggart and cross-posted from Peak Prosperity

It’s a big club and you ain’t in it.

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Trump’s Sinister Plan to Kill the Iranian “Nukes” Deal

By Mike Whitney and cross-posted from Counterpunch.org

The Trump administration has settled on a plan for sabotaging the Iranian Nuclear deal that does not explicitly violate the terms of the agreement. 404 more words

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Collapse of Construction Giant with 43,000 Employees Globally Sparks Fear and Mayhem

“The company that runs Britain”: profits were privatized, costs will be socialized.

The decline and fall of 200-year old UK infrastructure group Carillion was as spectacular as it will be costly.  242 more words

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“Blockchain Bonds?” Struggling German Telco Joins Bandwagon

But to no avail for its crushed shares.

Telefonica Deutschland, the struggling German subsidiary of the struggling Spanish telecom giant Telefonica S.A., announced that it issued €200 million of bonds, including a small tranche of undisclosed size, maturing in about one year, with blockchain technology: 244 more words

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As No One Watched, Trump Pardoned 5 Megabanks For Corruption Charges

By Rachel Blevins and cross-posted from Activist Post 

While Americans celebrated the holidays, President Trump followed in the footsteps of his predecessors by acting in the interest of Wall Street and using the distraction to do something that was not in the best interest of the American people. 484 more words

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