Written by Alex Newman Still reeling from the economic catastrophe that struck in 2008, Iceland and its Parliament are debating a plan that would dramatically restructure the tiny nation’s monetary system by stripping commercial banks of the legal ability to create currency out of thin air — and handing that power exclusively to politicians and […]Read more "Iceland Considers Stripping Power to Create Currency From Banks"
We seem to have finally arrived at some sort of moment of truth regarding Greece and their inclusion in the EU. The speculation is they will be out of money by April 9th, this Thursday, unable to make a less than 500 million euro payment. Please keep in mind they have already been raiding the country’s pension plans […]Read more "Greeced Lightning! Will Greece Default? Will Athens Cut a Financial Deal with Moscow and Beijing?"
by Tyler Durden On Thursday morning, we took an in-depth look at what the progression of events is likely to be in the event a cash-strapped, negotiation-weary Greece finally, for lack of will or for lack of options, fails to scrape together enough cash to pay its creditors. As BofAML notes, a missed IMF payment […]Read more "Greece Said To Prepare “Grexit”, Drachma, Bank Nationalization Plans"
by Tyler Durden on 03/29/2015 Up until now, the world’s descent into the NIRPy twilight of fiat currency was a function of failing monetary policy around the globe as central bank after desperate central bank implemented negative and even more negative (in the case of Denmark some four times rapid succession) rates, hoping to make […]Read more "Australia To Start Taxing Bank Deposits"