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Global giant Tata warns over flood of subsidised Chinese steel as it falls to a £220m quarterly loss...
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How long did it take for the WSJ to Lie about Liar’s Loans? Two Sentences

William K. Black February 3, 2016      Bloomington, MN

This is the third column in my series about the Wall Street Journal report that “big money managers” want to bring back “liar’s loans.”  Here are the...

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Output at Britain's factories rises in January but economists warn manufacturers face tough times ahead...
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Announcing the Bank Whistleblowers United Initial Initiatives

William K. Black January 29, 2016     Bloomington, Minnesota Revised January 30, 2016

I am writing to announce the formation of a new pro bono group and a policy initiative that we hope many of our readers will support and help publicize.  Gary Aguirre, Bill...

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Mankiw's claim that college costs are the inevitable result of Baumol's Disease is pure self-serving rubbish.
Everyone who isn't blinded by self-interest sees that the cost of higher education in America--and the way we pay for it, by turning students into debt-serfs-- is unsustainable.  Those benefiting richly from the bloated, ineffective...
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UK markets have become more dependent on energy and commodity firms, partly thanks to London's attractiveness to global capital...
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This has three extremely negative consequences.
In response to a recent post on the structural decline in the velocity of money, correspondent Mike Fasano described a key dynamic in both the decline of money velocity and the middle class.
"There is another reason for falling velocity. People like me who have saved all their lives realize that they...
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Human capital contracts continue to be all the rage in higher education funding. Beth Akers of Brookings writes that they can tackle “the growing risk associated with investing in higher education.” They are also playing a role in the presidential debate over higher education. Greg Mankiw, discussing higher education costs, is excited that Marco...

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Imagine there was no financial crisis. Lehman Brothers went into bankruptcy and the only sound was crickets chirping. No panic, no bailouts, no TARP. There’d be nothing to be mad about, right?

Actually there’s everything to be mad about. We’d still have six million foreclosures destroying communities and people’s lives. The Great Recession would hav...

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At the Treasury, the continued challenge of the public finances is causing consternation bordering on despair...
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