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China's housing bubble is starting to look a lot like the US in 2006

china's housing bubble is starting to look a lot like the us in 2006
China's property market is staging a major turnaround as property prices in tier 1 cities have heated up quickly over the past few months. For the first quarter, residential prices in Shenzhen are..
Business Insider

Thursday Failure - BOJ and Fed Disappoint the Bulls

*I told you so!*   *Yes, I say that a lot these days and that's because I regret not being more emphatic with my cash calls in 2007 and 2008 when I was a less-experienced writer and felt "silly"..
Huffington Post

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News video: Top 5 Things to Know In the Market on Tuesday

Top 5 Things to Know In the Market on Tuesday 00:50

© Reuters. 5 key factors for the markets on Tuesday Here are the top five things you need to know in financial markets on Tuesday, April 19: 1. Oil erases losses caused by Doha Oil prices rose on..
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News video: Goldman Sachs Reaches Settlement Over Mortgage Crisis

Goldman Sachs Reaches Settlement Over Mortgage Crisis 00:47

On Monday, the Justice Department announced a $5 billion settlement with Goldman Sachs over the sale of mortgage-backed securities that led up to the 2008 financial crisis, with the government accusing..
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News video: Goldman Sachs Paying Billions in Settlement over Financial Crisis

Goldman Sachs Paying Billions in Settlement over Financial Crisis 00:44

The US Department of Justice announced that Goldman Sachs will pay over five billion dollars in penalties and payments, in a settlement over the company's sale of mrtgage-backed securities between 2005..
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News video: Great Recession's Risky Mortgage Debacle Now Has Goldman Sachs Settling for $5bn

Great Recession's Risky Mortgage Debacle Now Has Goldman Sachs Settling for $5bn 01:00

The Justice Department on Monday announced a $5 billion settlement with Goldman Sachs over the sale of mortgage-backed securities leading up to the 2008 financial crisis. The deal resolves state and..
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News video: Goldman Sachs reaches $5B settlement over risky mortgages

Goldman Sachs reaches $5B settlement over risky mortgages 00:53

The Justice Department announced a $5 billion settlement with Goldman Sachs over the sale of mortgage-backed securities leading up to the 2008 financial crisis. The deal announced Monday resolves state..
Source: Wochit Business -

 

Bill Murphy: Silver – All about the Physical Market; Takin’ These Bums Out!

  ** *Bill Murphy: Silver – All about the Physical Market; Takin’ These Bums Out!* ** *Posted with permission and written by Rory Hall, The Daily Coin (CLICK FOR..
Zero Hedge

NewsWatch: The big banks’ post-mortgage-crisis immaculate correction


MarketWatch

Going Global? Study Tata Steel First – Analysis

All Indian companies planning to go global should closely follow the saga of Tata Steel’s UK plants; it’s a masterclass on how intimately business is intertwined with geopolitics and..
Eurasia Review

Is The Golden Age Of Gas Nothing More Than A Bubble?

This is part 2 of a 4 article series on LNG, part 1 can be found here   Modern capitalism has seen many market bubbles, from the Dutch tulip bulb mania of 1634-1637, through the Wall Street crash of..
OilPrice.com

Tata Steel's UK exit: A lesson for every company with global agenda

An epochal event, that should resonate for every globalised Indian business, brought down the curtains on an eventful 2015-16. In the last fortnight of March, Tata Steel declared that it will sell off..
DNA

In Historic First, Four Fed Chairs Sit Together To Share Their "Philosophy" - Live Webcast

in historic first, four fed chairs sit together to share their philosophy - live webcast
Today at 5:30pm, the four people who have done more to shape the U.S. and global economy in the past four decades more than anyone else, will sit down to discuss their respective philosophies and..
Zero Hedge

Census: Atlanta among fastest-growing metro areas

Atlanta ‘s metro area grew by more than 255,000 people from 2013 to 2015, making it one of the fastest-growing metro areas in the country, according to new figures from the U.S. Census Bureau. The..
bizjournals

The GOP's Strongman Syndrome

Has it struck you by now that Donald Trump is, in the deepest of ways, not right? I don't mean on the issues, though that's true enough. I'm suggesting something far more troubling - a personality..
Huffington Post

Illinois to receive $13 million in mortgage crisis settlement

The Lawyers Trust Fund of Illinois has received $13 million to help individuals in Illinois navigate through foreclosure-related problems as homeowners or renters. The money is part of a settlement..
ChicagoTribune

The Financial Crisis Film 'Boom Bust Boom' Falls Prey To The Big Problem It Addresses

Can a group of portly, middle-aged puppets explain the financial crisis? They certainly can try. In the new Terry Jones documentary, "Boom Bust Boom," which premiered Friday in New York City,..
Huffington Post

Tracking the Mortgage-Crisis Settlements

The largest U.S. banks paid fines totaling about $110 billion for their role in inflating a mortgage bubble that helped cause the financial crisis. Who got that money? A Journal analysis.
Wall Street Journal

JFC Housing Debate

Attorney General Matt Denn and housing advocates react to Tuesday's debate over how to use funds from bank settlements related to the mortgage crisis.
Delawareonline

The Long History of Government Meddling In The American Marketplace

the long history of government meddling in the american marketplace
Submitted by Mike Holly via The Mises Institute, Although the causes of economic crises recurring throughout US history and often spreading worldwide can’t be proven using empirical means,..
Zero Hedge

This Crash Will Be Bigger Than 2008 - Here's Why

this crash will be bigger than 2008 - here's why
Via FinancialSense.com, Bert Dohmen, founder of Dohmen Capital Research, is uber-bearish and believes that it is time for investors to panic (before everyone else does) given a potential collapse of..
Zero Hedge

The World Is Red

the world is red
Authored by GlobalGold's Claudio Grass, via Acting-Man.com, -*With a Gloomy Start to 2016, a Bust Seems just Around the Corner*- Markets have corrected substantially since the beginning of the..
Zero Hedge

Hillary Clinton Should Ask for Black America's Forgiveness Before She Asks for Our Votes

Houston, we have a problem. Hillary Clinton's campaign has run into a major speed bump and it's called Bernie Sanders. As we move toward the day of reckoning known as Super Tuesday, she's dialing up..
Huffington Post

The Whistleblowers' Weekly Lemons Award Goes to Dr. Ben Carson

The Bank Whistleblowers United announce an early winner of our second Financial Fraud Lemons of the Week award, and it relates to our inaugural winner, the Department of Justice (DOJ) for its lies..
Huffington Post

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