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Parliamo di banche e di derivati. Tranquilli non delle nostre, sulle quali pure ci sarebbe da dire, ma di quelle made in Usa e made in Europa. Se c'è qualcosa che la storia possa insegnare è non ripetere gli errori passati. Eppure questa semplice assunzione è sempre più spesso disattesa. Quando parliamo di banche è
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Le recenti elezioni europee hanno smascherato molte cose, forse la più importante è che anche questo paese immobile dovrebbe cambiare. Dei risultati elettorali e della grande sorpresa nazionale che ha prodotto l'irruzione di Podemos, si è già parlato molto, e si continuerà a parlare. La sensazione attuale, soprattutto osservando le dure reazioni dei partiti colpiti
Professor David Harvey reviews Thomas Piketty's Capital in the Twenty-First Century.
Sunlight is said to be the best of disinfectants
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The politics of recession and recovery dominate discussions about the British economy. Every new set of figures published or set-piece moment like the budget sparks another debate on whether the UK has
In a nearly $13 billion settlement with the US Justice Department in November 2013, JPMorganChase admitted that it, along with every other large US bank, had engaged in mortgage fraud as a routine business practice, sowing the seeds of the mortgage meltdown. JPMorgan and other megabanks have now been caught in over a dozen major
This comic about the Trans-Pacific Partnership was originally published in early 2014, when the full text of the agreement hadn't been released; the final text
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The casino metaphor has been widely used as a part-description of the phenomenon of over-financialisation. It's a handy pejorative tag but can it give us any real insights? This article by @GrahamJBarnes pursues the metaphor to extremes so that we can file & forget / get back to the football or possibly graduate to next level thinking.
David Frum says it's no time to be celebrating an economic rebound. Another recession could arrive before we've put everyone back to work, he says.
The eurozone crisis appears to have a new victim: Slovenia. To avoid the need for a bailout, the IMF has called on the country to immediately recapitalise its banks. This should worry the rest of Europe
Aditya Chakrabortty: Despite the crash, the high priests of economics refuse to look at the big picture - and continue to prop up the world's elites
With a Eurozone record of 27 percent of Greeks unemployed, people are taking a pro-active approach to the crisis. Activists from the 'We Won't Pay' movement, which boasts 10,000 members, are illegally reconnecting power to hundreds of homes.
195129NGEL MIRALDA was proud of his 320 solar panels in a field near Benabarre, in northern Spain. They added 56 kilowatts of clean-energy capacity to a country that depended on oil imports. The panels cost 226130172500,000 ($735,000): 226130172150,000 from an early-retirement pay-off from IBM's Barcelona office, the rest from a bank loan.