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John Lounsbury is the managing editor and co-founder of the Global Economic Intersection. Global Economic Intersection (Econintersect.com) focuses on the economic effects on finance, investing, social interactions, and politics/public ... more

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Crash Of '29 And The Catastrophe That Followed
On October 29, 1929, Black Tuesday hit Wall Street as investors traded some 16 million shares on the New York Stock Exchange in a single day.
How Canada Was Stolen By International Bankers And The Suit To Get It Back
Bank of Canada role changed in 1974.
Documentary Of The Week: TED Talk By William K. Black
William K. Black is one of the pre-eminent experts on how accounting control can be used to commit massive frauds.
Australian Housing: John Symond And Steve Keen
Econintersect: John Symond, a leading Australian mortgage banker, and Steve Keen had a debate 06 May on the outlook for the Australian housing market on ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) TV program "The Business".
Public Banking: Vermont Panel Debate
Econintersect: One of the most vigorous debates about public banking in the U.S. is being held in Vermont. On 16 April a panel discussion was held in Montpelier, moderated by Claudette Sortino of the League of Women Voters, with four participants:
Mark Skousen: An Austrian View Of Bubbles, Past And Present
Econintersect: Economist and investment analyst Mark Skousen provides a brief summary of why he follows the thinking of the Austrian School of Economics and how it has helped him and is helping him as an investment advisor.
Observers: Bailout Dollars For Ukraine Go Straight To Russia
Econintersect: While there is much talk of sanctioning Russia for the Crimea and Ukraine crisis, there are some who claim that proposed financial actions to "bailout" Ukraine will simply be sending money to Russia.
Accounting Control Fraud And The Great Financial Crisis
Econintersect: William K. Black, an authority on banking fraud from his years as a regulator during the Savings & Loan Crisis, has given a TED format lecture at the University of Missouri Kansas City where he is Associate Professor of Law and Economics. These lectures are local, self-organized occasions which are called TEDx events.
What's Up With WhatsApp?
Why would Facebook the most ubiquitous social network on the planet pluck down 19 billion for a messaging service not known in the U.S.? Global reach, ease of use, low cost freedom from mobile carriers not bound by platforms and privacy.
Video: Steve Keen Interview By Mike McCormick
Mike McCormick interviewed Australian economist Steve Keen. The discussion traces Keen's development as an economist from his secondary school days. The background of the writing of the book "Debunking Economics" is covered in detail as well.
China Exports Air Pollution To The US
China is exporting more than just cheap products to the US. The country is also exporting 20% of their pollution to California.
The Euro Is Plummeting: Time To Go Short?
The close on Friday created a lower low compared to the most recent dip a few days before Christmas.
Former Fed Trader: Inside Look At QE
Andrew Huszar has an insider view of QE: He managed a 1.25 trillion MBS (mortgage backed securities) purchase program for the Fed. Hear what he has to say in this 35 minute video interview.
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