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Tory MP Supports Glass-Steagall, Warns Cameron To Understand UKIP Vote

In an interview with the Britain’s Daily Telegraph columnist Liam Halligan, Tory MP David Davis, who has held a seat in the Parliament for the Conservative Party since 1987, came out strongly for Glass-Steagall and against the Bank of England’s … Continue reading

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‘Euro Heading to a Break-up’; Brits want to ‘Self-Regulate’

City of London mouthpiece Ambrose Evans Pritchard writes in today’s Daily Telegraph that the results of the European Elections clearly point to a breakup of the Eurozone. As for Great Britain he says it is heading for a new relationship … Continue reading

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World Braces for Next Financial “Storm”; Bail-in Bonds sold to Consumers

An unnamed official at India’s central bank, the Reserve Bank of India, told Reuters that the country fully expected to be hit again by capital flight and chaos in the international financial markets, as had happened a few years ago. … Continue reading

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Brits Keep Trying To Dump Bail-In On The Rest Of The Trans-Atlantic World

The British keep trying to postpone the deadly austerity blow of a “full bank bail-in system” until they have seized full political control of the resulting collapse by nuclear war confrontation. The Financial Times reported April 13 (“Brussels scuppers BoE … Continue reading

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Bank of England’s Haldane Warns of Run Against $87 Trillion Investment Fund Market

Andrew Haldane, the Bank of England’s financial stability head, who supports a return to Glass-Steagall, warned in a speech at the London Business School that the $87 trillion fund management business is now a major risk for the entire financial … Continue reading

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The View from Europe: City Analyst Says Europe’s Southern Tier Wobbling, Politically and Financially

The nations of southern Europe—France, Spain, Italy, as well as Greece—are all facing political instability as the financial crisis grinds on, especially in the banking sector, a veteran City of London analyst told EIR on Friday. European banks overall are … Continue reading

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Bank of England Head Carney Hangs Out His Shingle: Financial Cancer Welcome Here

The new head of the Bank of England, Mark Carney, who took office in August of this year, intends to make the City of London even more friendly than it is now to cancerous financial speculation, if you can imagine … Continue reading

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