Mark Blythe, a professor at Brown University, and Eric Lonergan, a hedge fund manager living in London, have conjured the ultimate solution to a stagnant economy: Central banks should give away free money.
The Federal Reserve’s annual Wyoming symposium has sent ominous signals that the world’s top central bankers will be unleashing global QE — and more raids on savers, taxpayers.
The global establishment is increasingly pushing the notion of what it calls a “cashless society” — a world in which all payments and transactions would be conducted electronically, creating a permanent record for governments to inspect and track at will.
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.
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.
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.
Days after attending shadowy meetings with top globalists and a member of the Chinese Communist Party Central Committee, International Monetary Fund boss Christine Lagarde shocked the world by saying IMF headquarters could someday move from Washington, D.C., to Beijing.
On June 4, Oklahoma joined Utah, Texas, and Louisiana in affirming that gold and silver coins are (as they always have been under the Constitution) legal tender in the payment of debts in the state.
A bipartisan majority of the House of Representatives supports a bill calling for an audit of the Federal Reserve.