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MARKET FRAGILITY INDEX: The New Indicator That Screams BUBBLE – Mike Maloney

A funny thing happened in the middle of one of Mike Maloney’s deep-research sessions recently. As you know, he just released a brand new presentation, but while analyzing the stock market he wasn’t satisfied with the way most valuation measures were calculated. With all due respect to Warren Buffet, even his indicator fell short in […]

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Will Trump’s Trade War Spur a Major Crash?

Anya Parampil reports on blowback from metals tariffs, specifically Ford’s $1 billion loss in profit that could lead to layoffs of up to 24,000 workers. Richard Wolff, Professor Of Economics & International Affairs and Co-Founder of “Democracy at Work” joins the show to explain why Trump’s “America first” policies are resulting in losses for US […]

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Money vs Currency – Hidden Secrets Of Money Episode 1 – 8 Mike Maloney

Currency vs. Money is the 1st Episode of Mike Maloney’s Hidden Secrets of Money, a series presented by Mike Maloney as he travels the world to uncover the Hidden Secrets of Money. Episode 1 Money vs Currency – Hidden Secrets Of Money Episode 2 Seven Stages Of Empire Episode 3 This Timeline Shows The Death […]

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Greek MPs approve reforms for new EU bailout

The Greek parliament has voted in favor of a bill enacting the reforms required by its European creditors as part of a new bailout plan. This paves the way for the controversial 85-billion-euro bailout deal defended by Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras. An overwhelming majority of Greek MPs voted in favor of the reform package, with […]

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BRICS/SCO summits at a glance: New Development Bank, Greece crisis, Iran oil

As the BRICS/SCO summits wrap up in Russia, RT looks back at the issues dominating three days of meetings with a launch of $100bn reserve currency pool, high hopes about the New Development Bank and the possible impact of Iran deal on oil among them. About 10,000 visitors gathered at the two events, the BRICS […]

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Greek banks to go bankrupt Monday if no debt deal – FT

As cash withdrawals from Greek banks reach €100 million a day the country’s banking system will end up bankrupt on Monday if no deal with creditors is reached over the weekend, some senior bank executives told the Financial Times (FT) on Friday. Cash withdrawals are at a high rate despite capital controls imposed by the […]

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World needs more development banks like BRICS’, not “mindless austerity” – minister

BRICS is gaining momentum as an increasingly effective organization and its New Development Bank is likely to become new source of funding for the current infrastructure gap, South Africa’s Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies told RT. There’s a need for more development banks in the world involved in more developmental finance, the minister said […]

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Putin: Where was EU when Greek crisis was evolving?

The European Commission should have adjusted the economic activity of Greece before the crisis, Russian President Putin has said, adding that the EU shouldn’t have issued such high bonuses and loans to the debt ridden country. “Of course, all the blame can be shifted to the Greeks. But if there were violations in their [Greece] […]

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Saudi Arabia to invest record $10bn in Russia

The Public Investment Fund (PIF) of Saudi Arabia in partnership with the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) has agreed to invest $10 billion into Russian projects. It is the largest foreign investment in Russia. “We have reached final agreements and are announcing the creation of a partnership with the sovereign fund of Saudi Arabia, under […]

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TiSA WikiLeaked: Winners & losers of multinational trade deal

WikiLeaks has published secret “core text” related to the controversial trade agreement currently being negotiated behind closed doors between the US, EU and 23 other countries. Big corporations look to be the biggest winners in the deal. Leaked documents of TiSA (Trade in Services Agreement) negotiations reveal that the treaty is looking to undermine “governments […]

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Greek debt crisis a threat to UK financial system – Bank of England

The Bank of England (BoE) has warned the Greek debt crisis is a threat to UK financial stability and could trigger wider problems on financial markets. In its twice-yearly Financial Stability Report published Wednesday, the BoE claimed the risks associated with Greece had “worsened” and that the situation “remains fluid.”

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Greek debt crisis: Eurogroup shifting towards ‘Plan B’

The Europgroup is now focusing on Plan B over Greece’s default and possible exit from the euro, as Athens has rejected the latest creditors’ proposals and is going for a referendum on the issue. Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ decision to hold a referendum caused a wave of criticism and discontent from the eurozone finance ministers, […]

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The IMF: A synchronized snub of Europe

The IMF moving away from supporting Greece while remaining eager to underwrite bankrupt Ukraine underlines the dramatic collapse in EU power. It’s probably because it rolls off the tongue more easily. The phrase ‘poker face,’ I mean. The serious exponents of the art of never giving away the slightest facial tic must surely be synchronized […]

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Asia-Pacific to leave N.America behind as world’s richest region by 2016 – study

The Asia-Pacific region has overtaken Europe in terms of global wealth management for the first time, becoming the world’s second wealthiest region with $47 trillion says a report released by BCG. It’s on the way to overtaking North America next year. In 2019 private wealth in the countries in the Asia-Pacific area is expected to […]

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Debt commitment or “bribe”? Moscow, Kiev in war of words over $3bn loan

Moscow is expecting Kiev to clarify whether the latter is going to honor Ukraine’s international commitments made by the previous authorities, including the $3 billion debt to Russia, after President Poroshenko dubbed it a “bribe” to Viktor Yanukovich. “In the first place, we are expecting some kind of explanations on whether the current Ukrainian authorities […]

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