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Weekly News Wrap-Up 6.22.12

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Moody’s dropped a bomb on global banks this week. It handed out credit rating cuts to 15 of the biggest banks in the western world. JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America and Citi were all cut two

One-on-One with James Howard Kunstler

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com   If you want a no-nonsense look at the world and where we are heading, you talk to a journalist who has seen it all.  James Howard Kunstler began his career in the 1970’s at Rolling Stone magazine. 

One-on-One with Karl Denninger

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Forget about the outcome of the Greek elections.  The only thing that matters, according to Karl Denninger of Market-ticker.org, is math.   Denninger thinks, “The powers that be are lying about the solvency of institutions and this is

Weekly News Wrap-Up 6.15.12

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Forget about the Greek Elections because, in the end, Greece still has to pay its bills.  There probably will not be any one party that will get enough votes to garner a majority, but the anti-bailout party

The Euro Titanic

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com You want to know what’s going on right now with the European monetary union and the euro currency? Outspoken Member of the European Parliament Nigel Farage knows, and he’s gotten it right from the very begining of

One-on-One with Charles Biderman

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  The European debt crisis seems to get worse every day with no real solution in sight, just bailout after bailout.  This may look like it is an effort to save heavily indebted countries, but it is really

Banking and Freedom

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com I just have a couple of videos to share with you today.  One is about banking and monetary policy from a 12 year-old girl named Victoria Grant.  She is a Canadian that has a firm grasp about what’s

Weekly News Wrap-Up 6.8.12

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  The UN says that civil war in Syria is “imminent.”  It looks to me it’s been imminent for months.  More than 9,000 people have been killed in the uprising which, at its core, is a fight between

Gold and Dow Flash the Same Warning Signal

By Greg hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  On Friday, both gold and the Dow flashed the same warning signal—the economy is in deep trouble.  The Dow plunged nearly 275 points on the news of a weak jobs report, and gold rocketed higher by $66

Weekly News Wrap-Up 6.1.12

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  Greece is on life support.   Spain is experiencing bank runs.  Many countries are in or heading into recession.  The European Union is in gridlock over what to do.  The bankers want money printing for bailouts and want

Will Fed Printing Press Try to Save Europe?

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  You know things are heating up when the banks start with scare tactics.  In Greece, the bankers are in full court press to sway voters for next month’s election.  Reuters reported yesterday, “In a report released ahead

Iran–EU Debt Crisis Update

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com The meeting, last week, in Iraq to negotiate a resolution to Iran’s nuclear program ended with zero concessions on either side.  The only thing positive was an agreement for another meeting, next month, in Russia.  This meeting

Weekly News Wrap-Up 5.25.12

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  The big meeting, this week, in Iraq concerning Iran’s nuclear program was a big bust.  The meeting, once again, ended the same way the last one did—with a date for another meeting.  The next one is in

Taxpayer Supported Gambling

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com  The $2 billion derivative trading loss JP Morgan announced, about two weeks ago, is growing in size.  It is reportedly now more than triple the original loss.  According to a CNN report, “One thing seems clear about

Inflation–Deflation: Gold and Silver Win

By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com There is plenty of talk about inflation and deflation scenarios. Gold and silver do well in the extremes. I think it is safe to say the financial environment today is extreme. Look at the thud the Facebook IPO made since