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United Arab Emirates to Introduce 5% VAT Thanks to IMF

The impact of the collapse in oil is having dramatic effects on taxation in the Middle East and suddenly on the issue of government debt. The UAE will implement a [...]

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Does the IMF Follow our Forecasts?

COMMENT: Marty; it is clear that the IMF is reading your forecasts. No such agency has the power to provide any economic forecast whatsoever. The IMF is starting to [...]

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Why Largarde Stayed at the IMF? To Increase its Global Power

Christine Lagarde Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund spoke at the IMF Arab Fiscal Forum: Fiscal Policy and Growth in Abu Dhabi on February 22, [...]

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Largarde Wins Second Term at IMF — Was There Really Any Competition?

Christine Lagarde won another term at the IMF and is holding her grip as an unelected member of the Troika in Europe. There was just no competition and they need [...]

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Largarde Wants to Continue Ruling the World from IMF

Christine Lagarde does not want to leave the IMF that rules the world from the Troika, which has become an unelected dictatorship. These types of people never want [...]

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Christine Lagarde's Term at IMF Ends in July

On Wednesday, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) began the selection process for its next managing director to replace Christine Lagarde whose term will expire [...]

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2016: The BIG SHIFT

As we close 2015 and begin a new year, the markets generally closed flat to neutral with a warning that as we approach the political year from hell (2017) that this [...]

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What Is Said Publicly & Privately Differ – Here Comes 2017

QUESTION: Marty, you know which bank I am at. You also know the Fed has been going around warning banks that their models are wrong and they will not see a flight [...]

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It's Always Corruption – Just Follow the Money

Christine Lagarde has been threatening countries to turnover the rich or they would be removed from the Swift Code system, which would disable them to receive or [...]

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Austria — It Started the Collapse in Great Depression. Will It Do so Again?

In 1931, the sovereign debt crisis and banking system collapse began in Austria with the failure of Credit Anstalt (Creditanstalt), which was partly owned by the [...]

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