He led the country's central banking system in the late 1970s and 1980s.
Democratic Congressman John Delaney Wants To Cut Your Social Security And Thinks He Can Become President
The composition of the Delaney commission would include a majority of members appointed by Republicans who want to cut and even dismantle Social Security.
Now, Slow Money and Patient Capital are important concepts in the Impact World, implying that trading is for greedy guts
A summit of the four living U.S. central bank chiefs generated a surprising amount of agreement.
Offering empanadas -- and asking for a bailout.
Team Hillary clearly wants to pigeon-hole Sanders on one side of the debate hoping to isolate him from Black and Latino voters. But her strategy is likely to fail. As minority voters get to know Sanders better, his message is likely to erode Hillary's support.
The movie's coda informs us that despite the enormous damage done by Wall Street, little has changed. That's simply not true. So what's missing from "The Big Short"? For starters: Dodd-Frank, Elizabeth Warren, Occupy Wall Street and Bernie Sanders.
As a proponent of both democracy and capitalism, I've always wondered why opponents have negatively critiqued capitalism. Until the Wall St. Crash of 2008, and its subsequent Great Recession, I took no notice. The basic argument against was greed. 2008 confirmed this.
Hillary knows that the disastrous legislation, the Commodity Futures Modernization Act (CFMA), had nothing to do with Sanders and everything to do with then-President Bill Clinton, who devoted his presidency to sucking up to Wall Street. Clinton signed this bill into law as a lame-duck president, ensuring his wife would have massive Wall Street contributions for her Senate run.
Fed Chair Janet Yellen all but confirmed the Fed was ready to raise interest rates in December.