Posts Tagged ‘ wall st ’

America Unzipped

August 17, 2014
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The latest instalment of the Hudson-Keiser interview series, this time on Russian sanctions and the affect on the US dollar subsidy. How many times can America hurt it’s economic prospects? Read my book the Super Imperialism to understand how the 1972 trends play out.

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Escaping the dollar

July 19, 2014
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More at The Real News Is the New BRICS Bank a Challenge to US Global Financial Power? Michael Hudson and Leo Panitch discuss and debate the significance of the new international development bank created by Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – 6 min ago Michael Hudson is a Distinguished Research Professor of...

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Tea Party Winners

June 23, 2014
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Why the Tea Party & European Right Are Winning Elections More at The Real News Michael Hudson: There is no real left-wing alternative to the right Bio Michael Hudson is a Distinguished Research Professor of Economics at the University of Missouri, Kansas City. His two newest books are “The Bubble and Beyond” and “Finance...

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QE reduction in time for next speculative kickoff

May 22, 2014
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More at The Real News JESSICA DESVARIEUX, TRNN PRODUCER: It’s been about four years since the financial crash, and the Federal Reserve has been scaling back its program of monthly purchases of government and mortgage bonds. Each month, they’ve tapered off their purchases by $10 billion, and they’re on track for spending $45 billion this...

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Anti-Russian sentiment a resource play diversion

April 10, 2014
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Welcome to The Real News Network. I’m Jessica Desvarieux in Baltimore. Hundreds of pro-Russian protesters have seized public buildings in Eastern Ukrainian cities. They’re demanding referendums to secede from Ukraine in order to become a part of Russia. Ukrainian officials have blamed Putin for this continued unrest, but it should be noted that Ukraine...

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95% Income Growth Goes to the 1%

January 16, 2014
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Interviewed by Lira of Boom Bust, starting at 5 minutes. Pt2 coming soon.

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Obama’s Master Class in Demagogy 101

July 25, 2013
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Yesterday President Obama chose Knox College in Galesburg, Illinois (originally founded by anti-slavery activists in the 1830s) to float the economic program he has been working out with Wall Street investment bankers. His aim is to wrap this program in a democratic rhetoric. The speech’s actual content boils down to: “I’m doing fine and...

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Government Debt and Deficits Are Not the Problem. Private Debt Is.

March 12, 2013
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There are two quite different perspectives in the set of speeches at this conference. Many on our morning panels – Steve Keen, William Greider, and earlier Yves Smith and Robert Kuttner – have warned about the economy being strapped by debt. The debt we are talking about is private-sector debt. But most officials this...

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The Delicious Irony of Morris Greenberg’s AIG Suit Against the US Treasury

January 12, 2013
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When the financial bubble burst in September 2008, U.S. and European governments responded by shifting bank losses onto their own balance sheets. The pretense is that real growth cannot resume until the banks and speculators are “made whole.” To cover the cost of bailing out the banks, governments now are trying to run budget...

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2013 – the stage is set

January 11, 2013
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Hudson on the Thom Hartmann Program.

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