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China Just Threatened a Currency War If the Fed Doesn’t Stop Printing

The tension between Central Banks that we noted yesterday continues to worsen. This time it was China and the EU, not just Germany, that fired warning shots at the US…

The Federal Reserve Cartel: Freemasons and the Bank of the United States

In 1789 Alexander Hamilton became the first Treasury Secretary of the United States.  Hamilton was one of many Founding Fathers who were Freemasons. He had close relations with the Rothschild…

The Financial Tsunami: Greenspan’s Grand Design

The Long-Term Greenspan Agenda Seven years of Volcker monetary “shock therapy” had ignited a payments crisis across the Third World. Billions of dollars in recycled petrodollar debts loaned by major…

Treasury flash crash could become reality

Some market watchers worry that the presence of high-speed trading firms in Treasuries could spark a “flash crash” in that market similar to the one on May 6, 2010.  In…

Audacious Oligarchy: The Double Flash Crash In Gold – Sept 13, 2012

The ‘Dr. Evil’ strategy in two pictures. From Nanex Research: Trading was so furious in Gold, that the CME circuit breakers triggered and halted the futures contract for 5 seconds. First on the…

The Real Targets Of Currency Wars

Xi Jinping, likely to be China’s next president, visits President Obama in the White House this week. This visit ensures that the ongoing currency war between the United States and…

Currency war warnings follow US Fed’s “quantitative easing”

There are growing fears that the US Federal Reserve’s policy of “quantitative easing”—the process by which tens of billions of dollars are pumped into financial markets every month—is sparking international…