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Marta Federici 6h
Not sure we'd be talking as much about 'distrust of the elite' had the not occurred - we're still dealing with its legacy & impact on wealth redistribution/lower growth, says re. backlash against . Full debate:
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Meritocracy Capital 5h
I recall former chair ruled out a only a year or two ago but I guess that was just a lie —>
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Mev Brown Dec 4
The thing the bond market most feared is beginning to happen The US yield curve has STARTED to invert. Many view an inverted yield curve as a precursor to a recession. Keep and eye on this developing issue
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GC Presents 18h
Krugman: People should've had their hair on fire, but they didn't.
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Pamella Eunice Ahairwe 19h
Replying to @VictorNturaho
10 years after and we are still digging for answers😌
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Stone Center 18h
tells of the : "Everyone around me felt this was the end of the world and that we were staring into the abyss. It was a horrifying experience."
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Talal Al Shammary Dec 7
Most gold bullion is at least 99.9% pure. Gold coins, like all gold bullion, are commodities that investors often use as a hedge against recession and inflation.
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GreenPeoplesMedia 2h
MAGAB -- Making America's Greatest Asset Bubble (with corporate/household/financial sector debt). High probability of it ending badly. .
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Bruegel Dec 10
The in a changing world order. A conversation with on the past performance and future challenges of the G20. >>
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Jeremy Bohne 19h
lists 5 possible sources of for 2019. Simpler explanation? Long overdue financial hangover as we wean off . Financial preparedness PRECEDES crisis, follows. Are You Ready for the Financial Crisis of 2019?
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GreenPeoplesMedia 2h
Yup, biggest debt-fueled asset bubble in U.S. History. Making America's Greatest Asset Bubble (MAGAB). Should be a real novelty when it deflates.
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conetproject Dec 5
“The people of are among the most productive in the world” yeah right. Thanks for the
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Arturo Alvarez 16h
It's been a decade. We experienced a historical event we once wished we never have to go though again. There is a word used to describe people that make the same mistake over and over: "Fool."
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GARP 3h
Read "The Real Effects of the " and earn 1.5 credits
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Evie Courtlandt Dec 10
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Joella Bruckshaw Dec 7
Are you expecting another financial crisis soon? writes in The about why we can’t afford another.
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GreenPeoplesMedia 24h
Too early to get too excited -- Dow Index has not yet lost even 10% from summertime peak ~ 26,700. But how bout that crude oil price hey?
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Lake Ave Financial 2h
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Richard M. Bowen 4h
"Much of the could have been prevented if the large had listened to their own employees and actually followed their own published ethics policies, instead of ignoring them as and others have done." Do you agree?
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John Wójcik-Skórczyński 18h
Only a matter of time at this point
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Khatya Chhor Dec 10
Replying to @AJEnglish @AJIunit
After a financial crisis, right-wing parties see a 30% spike in support – mainly among those who blame “elites” for the crash and want a return to law & order.
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