Tag Archives: Credit Default Swaps

Glass-Steagall’s Repeal Made Vulture Funds Possible; Argentina Should Run With BRICS Option

As Argentina continues to resist the British Empire’s war to annihilate it, its defenders are increasingly pointing to the fact that the 1999 repeal of the Glass-Steagall Act allowed the vulture funds to flourish, as globalization took hold. President Cristina … Continue reading

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100 International Economists Ask U.S. Congress to Reverse Judge Griesa’s Insanity

In a July 31 open letter to the U.S. Congress, 100 international economists warn that the ruling by New York Federal Judge Thomas Griesa ordering Argentina to pay $1.6 billion to the predatory vulture funds, if not reversed, could cause … Continue reading

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LaRouche Calls City of London’s Bluff of Financial Warfare to Topple Ukraine’s Yanukovych

Stung by the defeat of their no-confidence vote in Ukraine’s Parliament yesterday, the British Empire is turning to back-up options to try to overthrow the government of Viktor Yanukovych, for daring to realign Ukraine with the growing Asia-Pacific region, rather … Continue reading

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JPMorgan Chase Called Out On Its Criminality

  8 July (LPAC) The crimes of JP Morgan Chase were featured by Occupy.com’s Andrew Gavin Marshall in a piece entitled “Global Power Project, Part 4: Banking on Influence with JPMorgan Chase,” published July 3, 2013. Marshall identifies the bank … Continue reading

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Did Greek Debt Swap Really Pass?

–The so-called “final deadline” for a deal on private bondholder participation in the Greek debt “haircut,” arrived with great media fanfare that the minimal level of support from bondholders needed to approve the deal had indeed been achieved. The markets … Continue reading

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