Submitted by Taps Coogan on the 7th of June 2016 to The Sounding Line. US corporate and industrial borrowing is a critical measure of where the US economy stands relative […]
Money Metals Exchange recently spoke with James Rickards, esteemed financial market analyst and best selling author of books including Currency Wars and The Death of Money for an extended interview focusing […]
“I was keeping an eye on it” he is reported to have said. I wonder if he works on Wall Street…
Submitted by Taps Coogan on the 5th of June 2017 to The Sounding Line. The EU and the Eurozone face a single existential question: will they move toward a federalized […]
The US has reduced its per capita carbon dioxide emissions to the lowest levels since the 1960’s
The amount of additional contributions needed to keep unfunded liabilities at pension funds across the US from rising even further range as high as 39% of state tax revenues!
Via our Top News Stories Column, from Ekathimerini.com: ECB’s Draghi rules out QE for Greece They refuse to buy Greek debt because of the ongoing Greek sovereign debt crisis. Meanwhile […]
Face the Nation’s John Dickerson recently sat down for a full length interview with current Defense Secretary James Mattis to discuss the global state of affairs, ranging from counter-terrorism, NATO, […]
Via the great cartoonist Michael P. Rameriz, with no further comment:
Commercial lending is slowing to a stand still.