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Crash, Bailout … and Crash Again?
Credit Suisse did not collapse from the current crisis—the causes were forged over a quarter of a century, the main role being played not by unscrupulous bankers, but by government intervention
Real Estate and the Bank: Canaries in the Coal Mine of the American Recession
The US labor and real estate markets are not falling, leading the Fed to a more hawkish policy. The result could be prolonged stagflation
Credit Suisse taken over amid fears of financial meltdown
In an emergency action aimed at trying to prevent a meltdown of the European and global financial system
The Billionaire Bailout Society
The collapse and bailout of Silicon Valley Bank shows little has changed for reckless financial actors, writes Les Leopold
Yuan in 2023: Following The Path of the Dollar?
Moscow's increased use of the yuan would not undermine the dollar's dominance but could negatively affect Russia's economic growth
The main villain is west of UTC
US Banks Sitting on Billions of Losses
David Ingles reports on Bloomberg Television.
In the Risk Zone
Saving one's capital will be getting increasingly trickier going forward
For A Profit
How to snatch an entire country away from the sea?
Roots of a unique downturn
No change in policy
Says China's forex regulator despite claims from US investor
Will Germany depend on Poland?
What future Musk Has in Store for Us
Elon made space trendy again, but so far, even travel to Moon remains a far goal
Why India worries G20 Foreign Ministers Meeting goes "off-topic"
The two-day G20 Foreign Ministers' Meeting was held in India on March 1 and 2
Is the Trillion-Dollar Coin the Answer?
What is wrong with the debate over the US debt ceiling?
Tesla Is Still on Top
But is that going to change?
Eco-Activists' Coal Nightmare
Gas deficit pushes Germany into reviving its coal industry
Blessed Is the One Who Believes…
Macroeconomic results of the week (January 14-20)
Rifts In The Transatlantic Alliance
Discontent is growing: The US benefits from the war in Ukraine at the expense of the Europeans
What will the domestic and foreign policy of a future German state look like?
Unabated Addiction To the Dollar
$80 trillion worth of risk. What's next?
Who Are We Teaming Up Against?
China and Saudi Arabia are creating a new architecture for global energy security
The Wrong Turn
Where will Europe be taken by the policy of non-market control of commodity prices
What’s Good For The Back Is Bad For The Head
Macroeconomic results of the week (December 10-16)
Balancing Out The Russian Oil Embargo
Can the US provide the European Union with enough oil?
The Oil Cartel Is Back at the Helm
Will US shale production compensate for a possible reduction in oil supplies from Russia, ultimately making OPEC stronger?
It Will, But When?
Macroeconomic results of the week (December 3-9)
Neo vs. Smith: Musk the Visionary and the Censorship Controversy
The new future for social networks
The Global LNG Market: What’s On the Horizon?
The long-term balance of supply and demand depends on the timing of the launch of new projects
What Is More Horrifying?
Macroeconomic results of the week (November 19-25)
After A Receding Wave, Another Will Always Come…
Macroeconomic results of the week (November 12-18)
Ukraine's Style Of Expropriation
Ukraine launches a sweeping nationalization campaign
Dogs Bark – A Caravan Moves On
Macroeconomic results of the week (November 5-11)
Semiconductors: is US losing the race?
Western real estate goes south
In the West square meters are getting cheaper; in the Global South, real estate is growing in price
Dangers and Opportunities
Many countries around the world are earning on the EU energy crisis
China's Weapons Trade Expansion
China is laying claim to a sizeable share of the global arms export market
The Tories Need an Intellectual Leader, not a Banker
Moral decline causes economic decline
Gas Sultan for a Day
Turk Stream will share the fate of the Nord Stream
Resources, Trade, Security
How China has managed to become the most dominant player in Africa
Work from Home
Remote working is beneficial for both employees and employers
No Rush for a Seppuku
Japan is hesitant to sever ties with Russia
The World's Hottest Spot
Control over Taiwan gives huge advantages, making war inevitable
Slaves and Missiles from the Darknet
The Internet's "black market" is abuzz with sex slaves and weapons from Ukraine
Emotions Are Running High
Western businesses do not want to be victims of the government's sanctions policy
A Moral Capital Market Bubble: How Public Opinion Overvalues and Devalues the Business
By being able to understand the public sentiment, one becomes capable of making money literally out of nothing
Crash, Bailout … and Crash Again?
Silicon Valley Sad Serenade
US-UK-Australian nuclear submarine deal
Operation "Realist": War
Power struggle in US to result in more ‘fragmentation’
The German Munitions Disaster
NOPEC: to be or not to be?
Who Benefits from Germany's Foreign and Economic Policies? One Man's Tragedy is Another Man's Treasure
Pervasive Energy Crisis
Monetary Doctrine vs Theory: Who Is Right?
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