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Alex von Witzleben 2h
Turkish lira falls nearly 2% to weakest level since October after the Financial Times revealed the country’s central bank has used billions of dollars in short-term borrowing to bulk out its reserves via
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Richard M. Bowen Apr 17
Did they not want the public to know that the government knew about the malfeasance going on in banks and that they still bailed them out? #2008
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Strongurl 10h
Agree completely. Efforts that either creates a financial environment around derivatives or encourages people to leverage their positions are underway. As someone who worked and lived through the I am watching with concern.
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Michael Atkinson 7h
Unintended consequence - mortgage stress test is helping fuel alternative lending boom adding systemic risk to the Canadian financial system
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Bruegel Apr 17
PODCAST | Director's Cut: The case for a legislative remedy for recessions. in conversation with Yair Listokin about law’s ability to function as a macroeconomic tool. >>
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Lombardi Letter Apr 15
The last was the result of a crash. But this coming one could be very complex and have many moving parts to it. ~ Moe Zulfiqar, Lombardi Letter
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FinTech Compliance Apr 16
What really caused the financial crisis?
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Alex von Witzleben 7h
Turkey props up reserves with billions of dollars in short-term borrowing raising fears that the country is overstating its ability to defend itself in a fresh lira crisis via
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High-Yield Investor Apr 17
Replying to @BoB2Trader
"Ten years later (2008/2009 ), they the are still here and still dominating and controlling all of the markets with the money they created out of thin air and then parceled out, in various manners, to the marketplace." --- 4/16/2019
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Richard M. Bowen 18h
There appear to be too many coincidences in too many places of our government not allowing the truth to be published. #2008
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Creative Investment Research Apr 16
Replying to @peltzmadeline
In 2003, models we created using the Fully Adjusted Return (c) Methodology signaled the coming See page 6:
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Murray Birrell Chartered Surveyors Apr 16
. builds and maintains public including facilities buildings, offices, , is a main contractor on the raillink, and in a :
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GUSTEROV DMG Apr 16
The CEOs of Americas largest banks to testify on about how the will transform in the 10 years following the and on the beginning he dont even believe in and now he speaks again stupid conclusions
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Richard M. Bowen 12h
Want to know about my experience in the last ? "Business Ethics Lessons Learned...: A Citigroup Whistleblower’s Perspective" looks into and my experience as a .
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Lombardi Letter Apr 10
Understand that prices do well in times when there’s a and significant uncertainty. If you recall, after the financial crisis of 2008–2009, gold prices showed solid performance for the next few years. ~ Moe Zulfiqar, Lombardi Letter
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IDEAs Apr 16
and argue that governments and central banks that were upbeat about global economic recovery are turning pessimistic, making this one more episode of a green shoot that died young.
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Toolbox for Finance Apr 15
In the wake of the years back, restrictions were put on CLOs (or collateralized loan obligations) in order to safeguard against potential instability of the financial system. Those safeguards are now rolling back:
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The EBRD Apr 15
Replying to @EBRD
1. When the global threatened to affect , we provided much-needed stability with a €50 million standby credit line to the Deposit Insurance Agency that enable the institution to more than double its coverage. 📈 🔗
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Doug Hadden Apr 9
Davide Furceri: reason that didn’t have very high uncertainty is because had uncertainty at first but then reporting focused on effects
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Richard M. Bowen Apr 16
“Isn’t there a law that if your documents contain some evidence of a crime, they can’t be secret?”
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