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Tag: banks

Exposed – Alistair Darling and the other ‘fool’ who wanted to...

By G.A.Ponsonby Former Chancellor Alistair Darling was in the headlines yesterday after calling First Minister Alex Salmond a “complete fool”.The senior Labour MP was...

UK Minister calls for RBS to be broken up as job...

By Martin Kelly  Coalition Minister Vince Cable has called for the Royal Bank of Scotland to be broken up and part of it turned...

Iceland now deemed ‘safe investment’ by major credit agency

Iceland’s economy is now stable enough to be considered a safe place to invest according to major credit agency Fitch. Four years after the...

A story missing from our media: Iceland’s on-going revolution

by Deena Stryker  An Italian radio program's story about Iceland’s on-going revolution is a stunning example of how little our media tells us about...

Banks and democracy: profit and loss

by David Malone What has been gained these last two years and what has been lost?  And how shall its value be measured?Here are...

Gray accused as Miliband admits Labour would have introduced cuts

  Ed Miliband has admitted that the Labour party did not regulate the banks sufficiently and would have had to introduce cuts if...

Bond holders hint at the real state of Europe’s banks

By David Malone Revealing news this today - According to Frankfurter Allgemeine Credit Default swaps for many of Europe's biggest banks shot up yesterday....

Scotland’s Choice: Calman’s Gulag or Economic Independence

by Alex PorterEconomy Editor With recent polls revealing that people in Britain believe austerity will make the economy worse the question of why the...

Sphincter-nomics

ECONOMY...by David Malone Headline in the FT  this morning, "Europe signs up to Irish rescue."  That is how the financial class would like you...

Easing Us Out of House and Home

ECONOMY...by G. P. Walrus Quantitative Easing (QE) is a Bank of England policy with the stated aim of avoiding deflation through boosting monetary supply...