Category Archive: Finance

May 30

Markets turmoil and the Italian job

Is there a fierce struggle between France and Germany behind the minuet of the Italian President of the Republic and his refusal to appoint the yellow-green Government? Or, instead, “Salvini and Di Maio are on the Soros’ payroll?”, asks prof. Arrigo, professor of economy (read the full interview on Il Fatto Quotidiano). The “God of …

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May 14

Fondo di garanzia – Legge 662/96 – Circolare n. 6/2018: garanzie su portafogli di finanziamenti

E’ stata emanata la Circolare n. 6/2018 con cui Mediocredito Centrale informa che il 10 maggio 2018 è stato pubblicato nella Gazzetta Ufficiale il comunicato di adozione del decreto del Ministro dello Sviluppo Economico 26 aprile 2018, di approvazione delle modalità operative per la concessione della garanzia del Fondo su portafogli di finanziamenti. Lo stesso …

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Jul 07

Russia-China Tandem Shifts Global Power

Official Washington’s arrogance in trying to push around Russia and China has pushed the two countries together, creating a dangerous new dynamic in international relations, explains ex-CIA analyst Ray McGovern. Continue reading from Ray Mc Govern.

May 02

Sovereign money

Sovereign money without debt? An idea worth considering. However, in Italy such a revolution needs a profound reform of the tax system and effective fight against corruption.

Sep 26

Is The Bank Of Spain Quietly Pulling Its Gold From Catalonia

From VilaWeb via Zero Hedge (Google translation): This afternoon (09.23.2015) held an unusual movement in the branch of the Bank of Spain, Barcelona, Catalonia Square. Over thirty armored vans were entering and leaving the building shortly after an unknown direction. Many people have the photographs. The Bank of Spain has refused to comment on the …

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Sep 26

The unnoticed crash of the 10 major stock markets

Over the last two months, the most significant global stock market decline since the fall of 2008 has been underestimated by the mainstream media, Michael Snyder observes. Over the last sixty days, we have seen the 8th largest single day stock market crash in U.S. history on a point basis and the 10th largest single …

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Apr 30

Are the Greek Government’s goals so far from Troika’s?

“The current disagreements with our partners are not unbridgeable. Our government is eager to rationalize the pension system (for example, by limiting early retirement), proceed with partial privatization of public assets, address the non-performing loans that are clogging the economy’s credit circuits, create a fully independent tax commission, and boost entrepreneurship. The differences that remain …

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