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What Would Goldman Sachs Do If It Lost Both Parties?

According to a New Hampshire poll released by Monmouth University Poll Institute on Tuesday, Bernie Sanders has 53% support compared to Clinton’s 39%, and [...]

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Australia’s New PM: Ex-CEO of Goldman Sachs

Australia’s new Prime Minister Malcolm Bligh Turnbull was managing director of Goldman Sachs Australia (1997–2001) and a partner with Goldman Sachs and [...]

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Malaysia, Goldman Sachs, and the ECM Turning Point

Malaysia is becoming the poster-child for the crisis in emerging markets. The rising tensions between the people and government are clearly demonstrated by this [...]

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Why the Politicians are Laughing – Hillary’s Unapologetic Corruption

According to the Wall Street Journal, total donations by UBS to the Clinton Foundation grew from less than $60,000 at the end of 2008 to approximately $600,000 by [...]

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Goldman Sachs a Target for Hiding Greek Debt?

The story of a possible lawsuit against Goldman Sachs over hiding Greek debt is starting to make the press. We do most certainly live in interesting times. The [...]

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Goldman Sachs to Be Sued for Hiding Greek Losses to Get in Euro?

An interesting development is allegedly emerging. There maybe a lawsuit brought against Goldman Sachs for structuring products that hid the debt of Greece to enable [...]

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Goldman Sachs’ Analyst Death Toll Rising

  John Noyce, 36, Goldman’s top foreign exchange analyst is dead. No details were given at the time of his death, but recent reports claim he succumbed [...]

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Hillary Clinton’s Lucrative Life of Crime

It is very interesting how outside of the U.S. people see Hillary for who she really is What is really interesting is that outside the USA, everyone sees Hillary [...]

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Who Really Has the Power Today?

QUESTION: Dear Mr. Martin Armstrong: I hope you are doing well and congratulations for your successful European tour. Based on your experience, Do you believe that [...]

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Australian Banks Win Behind the Curtain?

The Australian government is extremely left wing, even among the Conservatives. Nevertheless, the Australian budget for 2015 has been leaking out little by [...]

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