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ATHENS – Greece has, at the very least yielded. The pressure from the Troika, serious liquidity problems and tensions in the financial system led to the Government of Alexis Tsipras to announce Tuesday that he ... Full article
As we reported yesterday, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has approved a 15.5 billion euros bailout for the government of Ukraine. While Petro Poroshenko was busy meeting with Angela ...
While the United States is set to provide the Ukrainian army with lethal weapons to attack the East of the country, the IMF intends to plunge Ukraine into darker ...
Less than twelve hours after receiving notice of the European Central Bank to cut funding to Greek banks, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras answered vehemently in a post that seems ...
The European Central Bank is tightening the rope with Greece. The bank intervened yesterday in the negotiations between Athens and the Troika by threatening with the cancellation of credit ...
Greek people are running into banks to get as much cash out of their accounts as possible fearing that their money may be confiscated. Even before the new government ... Full article
As we explained earlier this week, poverty, misery and underdevelopment are not challenges that are impossible to overcome. We also explained that it has been the unlawful rules imposed ...
Poverty, hunger and instability are not consequences of a polarized world, but the result of policies implemented by industrialists and bankers to force the poor to live in misery. ...
Tax evasion by corporations and wealthy individuals to invest in universal and free public services is one of the ways in which the richest 1% will increase its share. As ...
As this article is written, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude stands at $45.69 a barrel. Brent at $46.59. Down from their $114 a barrel 2014 high. Off 14% in ...
Sanctions imposed by Europe and the US have led Russia to realize that it needs neither of them to survive politically or commercially. MOSCOW – Russian industry is leaving ...
Magic Growth Numbers From the U.S. Government Everyone wants good news, so the government makes it up. The latest fiction is that US real GDP grew 4.6% in the ...
Note: In this article the times given are Eastern Standard Time. The software that generated the graph uses Mountain Standard Time. Therefore, read the x-axis two hours later than the ...
Normalization of relations with Cuba is not the result of a diplomatic breakthrough or a change of heart on the part of Washington.  Normalization is a result of US ...
Financial Imperialists Attack Russia A dangerous new trend is the successful manipulation of the financial markets by the Federal Reserve, other central banks, private banks, and the US Treasury. ...
The bubble of all bubbles. A house of cards waiting to collapse, says Paul Craig Roberts.  A great unraveling looms. America’s economy based on market manipulation. Rigging things one ...
Even if one believes that the real objective behind FATCA is, as professed, to snag wealthy overseas tax cheats, it isn’t hard to see that the collateral damage far ...
by William F. Jasper The New American December 1, 2014 Media mogul Michael Bloomberg is one of the richest men on the planet, with an estimated personal net worth ...
Marin Katusa, Chief Energy Investment Strategist Casey Research November 26, 2014 On Thanksgiving Day in the US, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) will meet in Vienna. ...
Eradicating small and mid-size farming is being carried out for the Benefit of Multinational Corporations GRAIN – What could be more routine than saving seeds from one season to ...
Despite experts recommending that G20 nations end these subsidies to coal industry on the grounds that promote the negative effects of climate change, industrialized countries continue to subsidize polluters. SIDNEY – ...
KIEV - “As the Donetsk and Lughansk regions remain under control of all kinds of impostors, they will not receive funds from the central budget. The government will not ...
NEW YORK – The United States Justice Department is investigating the US largest bank, JP Morgan Chase, for alleged manipulation of the international currency market. The announcement was made ...
by Paul Rosenberg CaseyResearch.com October 31, 2014 In 284 AD the Roman empire was in deep trouble. But then a soldier named Diocletian rode into town as the new ...
The ECB decided yesterday to buy more Spanish securitized private debt or ABS, corporate bonds or mortgage-backed securities and loans of various types, something that had never done before ...