What do you see…
…institutional investors are once again beginning to fret about what might be lurking around the corner.
It’s time to get painfully honest about this
by Adam Taggart
Rarely heard in association with senior central bankers are words or expressions like “accused”, “charged” or “under investigation.” But in Spain this week a court broke with that tradition…
The Next international monetary policy Collapse is a Opportunity to Break Free of Debt Slavery…
A important detail to the Spain popular movement, is the first ever crowdfunding campaign, reaching its funding target within 24 hours, to pay the Legal Fees to prosecute the case!
The deception, naivete, and the amount of acting from officials and executives is amazing to see!
The vanishing trust, the snowballing banking crisis, and escalation of wars are all a result of this betrayal of trust in a non-virtuous worldwide market called global development, or simply “Globalization”.
The latest deception came from Haruhiko Kuroda, governor of the central bank of Japan (BOJ).
…to Russians, cash is king, even online, and what makes this possible is the QIWI system which allows users to shop and pay bills without transmitting sensitive banking information or credit card numbers over the Internet. QIWI customers simply deposit their cash into an ATM-like machine and use it to make transactions.
QIWI was launched in 2004 and by 2013 had 169,000 terminals in Russia alone, more than double the number of any bank’s ATMs.
Did you take note that the important inclusion of the Chinese RMB into the IMF’s basket of currencies for the International Banking Reserves?
How does Institutional Crime Hide?
“Keep in mind, do not have all your money in one place. Keep a stock of cash outside the bank. Cash is recognizable for daily transactions for now.”