Economics

Economics, money, trade, business and spending

Prof. Werner brilliantly explains how the banking system and financial sector really work.

It’s clear that we’re paying a high price for what should be “a humble intermediation service”. In plain language: we’re being ripped off by the banks

Japan Is Writing Off Nearly Half Its National Debt Without Creating Inflation

Japan Is Writing Off Nearly Half Its National Debt Without Creating Inflation

The U.S. could do it too, writes Ellen Brown

Inequality Why are the rich getting richer?

Inequality Why are the rich getting richer?

A common belief is that it’s OK if a small group of people get enormously wealthy because their wealth trickles down to the rest of us. This is a myth

Could These 3 Simple Changes to Banking Fix the Economy?

Could These 3 Simple Changes to Banking Fix the Economy?

To deal with the big social, economic and environmental challenges that we’re facing today, we should start by fixing money. Watch this short video to find out how

Whistleblower: “All Misery on Earth is a Business Model”

More from former insider Ronald Bernard, who claims a global banking syndicate controls not only the monetary system, but the planet itself and all of its resources

Lucifer’s Banker turns Whistleblower

Bradley C Birkenfeld was jailed for exposing Swiss bank UBS’s involvement in everything from “terrorist financing to money laundering … bribery, extortion, prostitution, drugs, the litany of illegal acts”

IMF to Greece: Sorry We'll Destroy You

IMF to Greece: Sorry We’ll Destroy You

In compliance with EU and IMF demands Greece has implemented new austerity measures that bind the country ever deeper into economic slavery

Think Like a Globalist, says Our Market Guru

Think Like a Globalist, says Our Market Guru

Thomas Beecham looks into his financial crystal ball

St. Louis vs New Orleans vs Detroit vs Baltimore Urban Decay

St. Louis vs New Orleans vs Detroit vs Baltimore Urban Decay

Parts of America really are dying

Baltimore Has Become A Rotting, Decaying War Zone As A Raging Opioid Epidemic Eats Away At The City Like Cancer

Michael Synder on the decay that has gripped Baltimore. Includes video

The Illuminati goal of abolishing private property: reborn in Globalism

Jon Rappoport examines a key idea that has been passed down from Adam Weishaupt’s secret society, the Illuminati in 1776, to Karl Marx, and onward to the modern Globalists

Welcome To The Third World, Part 22: Whites Are Dying “Deaths Of Despair”

In contrast to Black Americans, Europeans and Canadians, new research shows an increasing mortality rate among White Americans. Includes video

Stronger Economic Growth? Over My Dead Body, Says Janet Yellen

Stronger Economic Growth? Over My Dead Body, Says Janet Yellen

You’ve heard of pre-emptive war, haven’t you? Now we have pre-emptive attacks on inflation. Mike Whitney explains

Could These 3 Simple Changes to Banking Fix the Economy?

Simple solutions to stabilise the economy, create more jobs and reduce personal and government debt

Global arms trade hits highest level since end of Cold War

Led by U.S. arms sales with nearly half the weapons sold ending up in the Middle East

Here’s How Infrastructure Costs Can Be Halved

Ellen Brown on how Donald Trump can accomplish his economic pre-election promises

Washington is behind India’s brutal experiment of abolishing most cash

Washington is behind India’s brutal experiment of abolishing most cash

It may be a trial run, a foretaste of things to come in the West

The Reason the Fed Is Raising Rates, and Why It Won’t Work

The Reason the Fed Is Raising Rates, and Why It Won’t Work

The vast majority of US corporations are worse off now than they were in “the years preceding the Great Recession.”

Trump’s Economic Plan Is a Betrayal of the People Who Voted for Him

Trump might be a hero to millions of working people who think he’s got their interests at heart, but the facts just don’t match the rhetoric

Trump’s Economic Plan: This Isn’t Going to Work

Bannon says he’s the driving force behind the $1 trillion infrastructure development program. Unfortunately, the program is little more than a scam. Mike Whitney explains