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Yellen Argues for Gradual Rate Hike

The expedited meeting at the Fed unnerved many. While no economic policy change should be expected before the December 15-16 meeting, the Fed is clearly not in the [...]

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USA Losing Sovereignty to World Fiscal Mismanagement

The IMF and many economists (domestic and foreign) are now warning that a rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve, no matter when, will spark a major economic crisis [...]

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Taxing Money: The Call to Arms by the IMF

COMMENT: Dear Martin –  I have been a follower for some time now and had great pleasure in hearing you speak at the Princeton WEC.  Thank you for so readily [...]

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Yuan to Be Added to SDR at the IMF

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; If I understand you correctly, should the IMF accept the yuan as a reserve currency, this will have zero impact other than political. [...]

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IMF Warns Saudi Arabia May Go Bankrupt by 2020

The IMF has come out and warned that Saudi Arabia may go bankrupt within the next five years if the government maintains its current spending habits. Some [...]

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IMF Warns That We Have a New Crisis Coming

  QUESTION: Marty; You mentioned that you met with a board member of the IMF. It certainly seems you are having a much larger impact than you may realize. The [...]

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IMF: The New World Government?

The UN has launched its socialist agenda for the total loss of all economic freedom for the entire world by 2030. This is a highly dangerous agenda. The UN is an [...]

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EU Downgraded to NEGATIVE by Standard & Poor’s

Standard & Poor’s 500 Index has lowered the credit outlook for the EU as a whole to NEGATIVE. SPIEGEL Online reported, in addition to the new aid for [...]

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IMF says Yuan is not Ready for Prime Time

The IMF has taken the position that it should put off any move to add the yuan to its Special Drawing Rights currency basket until September 2016. This seems to [...]

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IMF Pulls Out of Bailout Loans for Greece

The Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) decided on Wednesday not to participate in the next credit-round for Greece. The Board denied new loans to [...]

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