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Author Archives: Danielle Park
“BBC’s Robert Peston travels to China to investigate how this mighty economic giant could actually be in serious trouble. China is now the second largest economy in the world and for the last 30 years China’s economy has been growing … Continue reading
Universa Investments founder Mark Spitznagel on high-frequency trading and corporate balance sheets. Here is a direct video link. Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com Here is a direct video link to second segment. Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com
Danielle was a guest today on Talk Digital Network with Jim Goddard talking about recent developments in the world economy and markets. You can listen to an audio clip of the segment here.
Universa Investments founder Mark Spitznagel gives his outlook for the markets. Here is a direct video link. Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com
“Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Charles Plosser is “very worried” about the potential for unintended consequences of the Fed’s massive quantitative easing program. Plosser told CNBC that the U.S. was still suffering from “lasting effects” of the recession and “may never … Continue reading
Waiting for speculative fevers to break in financial markets can feel like running up a steep hill in the dark. You know the peak is ahead, you know the downhill stretch with feel like heaven on the other side, but … Continue reading
The Russian government collects 52% of its revenue from oil and gas taxes, and about 50% of the population are heavily dependent on government transfer payments for their sustenance. Under Putin, the Russian economy has not diversified but remains a … Continue reading
Last week we had the Mt Gox loss and closure, today we have news of a second Bitcoin bank going bankrupt. This time after misplacing £365,000 in credits. See: Bitcoin bank Flexcoin closes after hack attack. Jon Stewart sheds some … Continue reading
Just because we’ve had a system of central banking for 100 years doesn’t mean we ought to. In fact, it’s starting to look like central banks do more harm than good. From obscuring the true cost of credit to causing … Continue reading
Corruption in developing and newly industrialized countries has been greatly aided the past many years by the financialization of the global economy which has funded an unethical, extractive, destructive spending addiction in the west. “Those who spend more than they … Continue reading
“Russia has been showing the world glistening scenes of the Winter Olympics. It’s a rare opportunity to brighten a national image that often skates on the thin ice of corruption. One authority estimates that 20 percent of the Russian economy … Continue reading
Wolfgang Beltracchi fooled the experts for decades in an art scam that netted him and his partners millions of dollars. Many art experts acknowledge he is the most successful art forger in this and, perhaps, any other time in history. … Continue reading
There are mountains of evidence that investment banks and other participants have been price-fixing, hoarding, trading on non-public information,front-running, pumping and dumping pretty much every financial asset and market on the earth over the past several years. I have no … Continue reading
An inside look at the scandals that rocked Benedict’s papacy. Here is a direct video link.
CBC’s Marketplace’s hidden camera test examines financial advisers at top Canadian banks. Here is a direct video link.