Money Laundering Scandal At Australia’s Largest Bank Triggers Another Call For Ban On Cash

Ian Narev, the CEO of Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA), the nation’s largest bank is set to step down amid money laundering charges. Money laundering is big business in Australia because regulations do not cover lawyers, real estate agents, accountants, and CEOs ignoring warnings from police…

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“None Of It Was True”: 103 Years Later, The FT Admits It Lied And Colluded With The Bank of England

When one strips away the lies about central banks’ “inflation and employment” mandates and focuses on what they really do – which is to keep asset prices artificially supported and volatility suppressed – the motive behind virtually every central bank act becomes readily apparent: preserve (and inc..

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Only Ten Years After The Last Financial Crisis the Banks Are At It Again

Apparently the Banks have been lobbying heavily, and expending significant amounts of money again, leaning on their Congressmen and pressuring regulators, saying that their capital standards need to be relaxed so that they can make more loans to stimulate economic growth…

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Why Public State Banks Are Better for the Economy Than Private Central Banks

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It’s Your Money But You Can’t Have It: EU Proposes Account Freezes to Halt Bank Runs

If there is a run on the bank, any bank in the EU, you better be among the first to get your money out. Although it’s your money, the EU wants to Freeze Accounts to Prevent Runs at Failing Banks.

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