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The West Can No Longer Hide the Collapse of the Trans-Atlantic Financial System

Deutche Bank Photo: jhderojas   DOWNLOAD PDF Headlines in the leading press in Europe and the U.S. make it very clear that the Financial Lords of Wall Street and the City of London can no longer hide the impending, and … Continue reading

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What QE Hath Wrought: Financial Times Sees ‘End of the World’

According to new estimates by EIR, the four largest central banks in the world have taken just under $16 trillion in assets off the books of private banks and onto their own, since the U.S. Federal Reserve began the great … Continue reading

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Yellen Looks Down into Trap Door of Deflationary Collapse

Fed Chair Janet Yellen replied to Sen. Bob Corker in testimony Feb. 11 that the Federal Reserve was again studying the possibility of adopting a negative Fed Funds rate, as the central banks of Japan, Europe, and several individual European … Continue reading

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More Warnings of Looming Financial Crash

Although it is hardly a torrent, there is growing coverage of the imminent blowout of the financial system, on a scale much greater than 2007-2008. *  The Daily Telegraph‘s Jeremy Warner, citing the collapse of the junk debt-saddled Third Avenue … Continue reading

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City of London Addicts Scream for Bigger QE Fix from ECB

The amount of quantitative easing and other forms of financial “smack” that ECB President Mario Draghi announced this week that he will provide to the desperately addicted European banking system, is “pitifully small and mostly window dressing,” Ambrose Evans-Pritchard protested … Continue reading

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Draghi in Desperation at Europe’s Collapse, Acts To Blow It Up

The European Union now has bond and credit markets rising at a hypersonic speed toward the point of an early and inevitable collapse, following the desperation money-printing actions announced by European Central Bank head Mario Draghi Thursday. European bonds, including … Continue reading

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BIS Chief Fears New Lehman Crisis

Jaime Caruana, the head of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), in an interview with the Daily Telegraph’s Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, warned of the danger of a new Lehman Crisis as the result of the fact that debt ratios are far … Continue reading

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The Trans-Atlantic Financial Blowout: How Many Nations Will Bolt?

The assistant editor of the London Telegraph penned a quietly hysterical article yesterday, which begins: “It’s not quite Creditanstalt, the Austrian banking collapse that marked the beginning of the Great Depression…,” and goes on to say that last week’s profit … Continue reading

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Liam Halligan: The Only Purpose For QE Is To Save The Bankrupt Banks

Liam Halligan, an outspoken supporter for Glass-Steagall bank separation, denounces the European Central Bank’s decision to go for quantitative easing as only another desperate attempt to save the bankrupt banks. In fact, he writes, QE has been going on all … Continue reading

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Draghi Now Threatens Fed Style QE

European Central Bank (ECB) President Mario Draghi has now officially promised Federal Reserve-type quantitative easing to the desperate banks of Europe and more desperate “economists” of the International Monetary Fund. Just three days after the latest and most shrill demand … Continue reading

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