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Bank of England governor to face questions on February's inflation report, Scottish independence and forex rigging...
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Yesterday was an interesting day in the ongoing Bridgegate scandal. The US Attorney of New York was reported to have dropped subpoenas on Port Authority Chairman...

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Trying to Hold a Serious Discussion about Ethics and Control Fraud with Deal Book via Twitter

By William K. Black

Twitter allows one to spread certain concise statements exceptionally quickly, but it is a vain effort to hold a serious and nuanced discussion via Twitter.  I offer my twitter exchanges with two of Deal Book’s financial reporters on the...

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In This Issue.

*  Currencies are mixed today.
*  Gold inches toward $1,350.
*  Margin Debt soars!
*  The best month to buy Gold, is.

Geopolitical Fears Underpin Gold.

Good Day! And a Tom Terrific Tuesday to you! Well, it's finally here! I know I've been driving you crazy with all the Spring Training talk, and I've got more at the end today, but

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The Benefits of Internet Innovation are Hard to Spot in GDP Statistics (The Guardian)

Roosevelt Institute Senior Fellow and Chief Economist Joseph Stiglitz explains why technological innovation has little effect on measurements of economic success, even though most agree that it improves quality of

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The Fed's policies have been an unqualified success for financiers and an abject failure for the bottom 99.5% who have to work for a living.

After five long years of politicos and the financial media glorifying the Federal Reserve's policies as god-like in their power and efficacy, let's take a quick look at the results of these vaunted policies: &...
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Asian markets have climbed overnight after the threat of military force in Ukraine retreated...
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All those focusing on the West's lack of leverage are forgetting that the Empire retains multiple way of striking back.

Many observers have focused on the relative paucity of the West's diplomatic and military options in Ukraine.  Others focus on Russia's sources of leverage: cutting off natural gas to western Ukraine and Europe and/or...
Wednesday, 05 March 2014 |

The Roundup for March 4th, 2014

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International Politics

Overall

- Vladimir Putin: I will not go to war, but force will be used as a “ last resort “; Meanwhile, Russian forces have test-fired an intercontinental missile  but the U.S. says they were given notice

- Rudy Giuliani: Obama isn’t like Putin, who is “ what you call...

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When Will They Ever Learn: Uncle Sam is not Robin Hood

By L. Randall Wray

Memo to Obama: Don’t tie progressive spending policy to progressive tax policy. Each can stand on its own.

Reported today in the Washington Post:

Obama proposes $600 billion in new spending to boost economy

President Obama on Tuesday unveiled an ambitious budget that...

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