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Ashish Barua📈📊 10h
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Steven Kelly Jun 23
Chart Crime of the Week goes to the St. Louis Fed (left). The same data re-plotted (2nd image) without a truncated y axis tells a very different story. Capital levels are a very small piece of dynamics.
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U.S. GAO Jun 23
The federal government’s role in the has changed since the . This week’s WatchBlog shared our recommendations for housing finance reforms:
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Joseph Cabral Jun 21
One of the problems of only blaming “Wall Street” for the is that it sidesteps discussions abt the role government intervention in market played in incentivizing loans to unqualified borrowers. Policies w/ best intentions can have unintended consequences
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Scott Spitzer 18h
A Bubble Is Surely Coming With Headlines Like This: "This time the price range could very well be between $60,000 to $100,000"
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Financial Argument 🇺🇸 Jun 22
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Murray Birrell Chartered Surveyors Jun 20
.'s annual pre-tax profit has fallen over 20% to £775.2m as the warned of the end of an era of record profits. There will no longer be benefits from on sites bought cheaply after the :
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Damien Hornsey #FBPE Jun 21
“The only attempt to prosecute a chief exec of a major bank following the financial crisis”. And guess what, acquitted! These rich fucks are literally untouchable
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Chase Zittrauer 11h
Replying to @EricTrump
Just like before the '08 ...and the '00 crash--deregulation leads to a bubble/burst. Meanwhile the rich rape the American people and grab stocks for pennies on the dollar
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LeavenLaw Jun 20
U.S. consumer is now breaching levels last reached during the 2008 - MarketWatch
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Crelase Vola Jun 17
US households see biggest decline in net worth since the financial crisis
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Matheus Augusto Jun 15
I've just searched "Austrian Economics" on google trends, look how interesting it is, the searches spiked during the 2008 crisis and 2011 debt crisis. Right now we're in a downtrend and it is a reflection on how the Central Banks actions sedate people's heads.
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John Clarke Jun 16
A look at the factors that threaten to trigger a . When it happens, 'fiscal policymakers lack the tools needed to respond to another major downturn and .'
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cryptospaceman Jun 19
I feel like my crypto bags are pretty heavy but never full. Silver and Gold are next on my shopping list. The economy is heading for a collapse. Fail to prepare. Prepare to fail.
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Invariant Perspective 19h
For a detailed breakdown of how rapid increases in private to cause , read the new book "A Brief History of Doom" by Richard Vague.
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Research Center SAFE Jun 19
Interview with in the SAFE Newsletter: How did the regulatory reforms after the affect the German financial sector and how could regulation be further improved?
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Alex von Witzleben Jun 23
Doing ‘whatever it takes’ to sustain the eurozone. Draghis call for a common eurozone budget as an additional economic shock absorber needs to be heard via
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Stefania Albanesi Jun 20
Excited to be participating in the INET Private Debt Initiative Conference in NYC. Looking forward to great discussions
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Bruegel Jun 20
LIVE NOW | What has changed since the of 2008 that makes the financial system sound at last? Is going in the right direction? Live stream here to find out >>
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Shah Investor's Home Jun 15
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