Thursday, 2 April , 2020

banks

Germany and the Banks destroy Greece (2010, 2015), now they want...

The article we are publishing below is the third in a series inspired by Costa Gavras' film Adults in the Room and the publication...

Debt Wars and the fate of Europe

The following article was written in 2013, still we believe that some of the main ideas underlying it remain even more relevant today, given...

Goldman Sachs and Eurogroup 2015: Kafka in the Room!

By Dimitris Konstantakopoulos March 17, 2020 In a previous article we argued that the Greek “bailout” program, the Loan Agreements and the “memorandum of understanding” imposed...

Coronakrach

par Frédéric Lordon 11 mars 2020 Donc c’est reparti pour un tour ? En réalité, avec la mondialisation financière, on sait bien que le manège ne connaît...

Quand les grandes banques trichent

Une étude explosive de la Banque des règlements internationaux montre que les grandes banques sous-évaluent volontairement leurs risques et le niveau de capital qu’elles doivent détenir. Par...

Eurogroup 2015: the birth of post-modern totalitarianism

By Dimitis Konstantakopoulos March 12, 2020 If there was a tribunal for crimes during peacetime similar to the Nuremberg Tribunal, one of the first cases to...

Greece: Drone soars over thousands of ‘NO’ protesters as referendum looms...

Ruptly’s drone captured thousands of people flooding Syntagma Square in Athens, Friday, in support of a ‘no’ vote in the upcoming bailout referendum. Greek...

After Bloody Day, Coronavirus Meltdown Continues. Big Danger: Italian and Eurobanks...

by Yves Smith March 12, 2020 There are so many wheels coming off that analysts and the business press is on coronavirus crisis overload. And...

Big Banks Call for Wall Street Deregulation to “Fight Coronavirus”

As Naomi Klein laid out in her bestseller “Shock Doctrine,” the wealthy elite use the confusion caused by economic and other disasters to quickly...

The Story of the Self Destruction of Deutsche Bank

The Deutsche Bank Downfall How a Pillar of German Banking Lost Its Way For most of its 146 years, Deutsche Bank was the embodiment of...