"The Federal Reserve System is not Federal; it has no reserves; and it is not a system at all, but rather, a criminal syndicate." ~ Eustace Mullins
All Gas, No Brakes
Corporations around the world should pay at least a 15% tax on their earnings, the Treasury Department said Thursday as part of its push for a global minimum for businesses.
"Everything is on fire" – Heraclitus (535-475 BC)
With US stock futures set to open in the red as commodities continue to slide following their worst weekly performance in months...
After initially rescheduling the forum from May to the late-summer months, the World Economic Forum has decided to cancel its annual gathering of powerhouses in the worlds of markets, business and politics...
As we detailed earlier, as Chileans overwhelmingly chose leftist and independent candidates for the country's constitutional convention, the new non-free-market-friendly political regime is generating a lot of uncertainly in Chilean markets.
And This Could Plunge The Global Economy Into Utter Chaos
The prime years of Bretton Woods 1, which built the Western middle class now running on fumes, saw key bond yields capped, FX rates fixed and tight capital controls. Those are some deep, dark Woods for a 24/7, microsecond, crypto-Twitter focused soci
From peak to negative it only took 7 months this time, compared with 9-10 months in the past
The US continues to pursue force across the globe, with ever-increasing military budgets, sanctions, and threats, while China continues to make deals across the globe, arriving with bags of money to make investments. Which one is more sustainable?
Asia, LatAm Companies Are Embracing Bitcoin, Ether To "Maintain The Purchasing Power" Of Their Assets
Pricing and Poetic Justice
Global inflation is headed into overdrive as the leading food price indicator that is the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization's food price index increased for an 11th consecutive month in April, hitting levels not seen since May 2014, w
Dogecoin's massive rally this year can be seen as a kind of "middle finger" to the traditional financial system, longtime crypto bull Mike Novogratz told CNBC on Wednesday.
Over the last few weeks, we've been constantly bombarded by news reports and "expert" analyses celebrating an incredible global economic recovery.
Between 2004 and 2010 the broader commodity markets had an unbelievable run.
Josh Sigurdson talks with Tim Picciott, The Liberty Advisor about the plan by the Great Reset engineers to not only overhaul the entire global economic system and make you poor, but also to TAKE your money straight from your bank account and force yo
As if China didn't have (soaring) debt, (shrinking) demographic and (pent up) default nightmares to struggle with every night (and realistically, every day) it can now add one more...
When the family office Archegos Capital abruptly imploded in late March, prompting $50 billion in block trades and $10 billion in losses at Credit Suisse, Nomura, UBS and Morgan Stanley, many bank analysts were taken by surprise.
The prices of raw materials used to make almost everything are skyrocketing, and the upward trajectory looks set to continue as the world economy roars back to life.
"Shipping containers piled high on giant vessels are toppling over at an alarming rate, sending millions of dollars of cargo to the bottom of the ocean as pressure to speed deliveries raises the risk of safety errors.
On Tuesday morning, Deutsche Bank's Jim Reid published his 23rd annual default study, a document he first put out in the 1990s which as he says, "makes me feel very old" and adds that the story of this report over the past decade or so has been the i
"A ship in harbour is safe, but that is not what ships are for.."
The European Investment Bank will use blockchain technology to issue two-year digital bonds, the latest sign of growing mainstream adoption for crypto only this time Ethereum is taking the spotlight courtesy of the EIB.
China is battling not one but three vicious demons. The interconnected issues of insurmountable debts, deflation, and demographics threaten to sap the world's future growth potential.
The European Parliament announced on Wednesday that EU lawmakers had voted overwhelmingly in favor of the agreement with Britain on post-Brexit trade arrangements.
If you think inflation is already blistering hot - as most companies and survey respondents clearly do - and the worst case been largely priced in, with little inflationary upside left, think again.
Turkish authorities have detained 62 people over alleged links to the Istanbul-based cryptocurrency exchange Thodex after its founder fled with a reported $2 billion in investors' assets, Turkish media reported.
Now that Cuban president Raul Castro has resigned the presidency of Cuba, will the U.S. government lift its six-decades-long economic embargo against Cuba?