Central banks and government entities around the world are now dominant players in the stock market with some $30 trillion invested in equities and other assets, according to a new study released this week offering the first comprehensive analysis of public-sector investments.
According to The Institute for College Access & Success, seven out of 10 2012 college graduates incur student loan debt.
One of the largest "tax inversion" deals was announced earlier this week, reflecting continued disgust with U.S. corporate tax rates, the highest in the world.
The president's plan to make student loan borrowing easier will merely insure that more and more graduates will become debt slaves, assuming they can find work.
Argentina is once again out of options to satisfy creditors; will the United States follow?
Claiming to be seeking higher inflation to "stimulate" the economy, the European Central Bank announced negative interest rates on bank deposits held at the ECB.
IMF deputy Zhu Min has learned nothing from history, announcing another housing bubble that will be "fixed" only by more interference.
Top insiders representing some $30 trillion in assets met at the “Inclusive Capitalism” conference in London to push global tyranny.
The Kremlin and the Communist Chinese regime, through their state-controlled “companies,” have been signing major deals with each other that analysts say will contribute to the acceleration of the U.S. dollar losing its status as the global reserve currency.