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HSBC Reaches $601 Million Settlement In Mortgage Case

HSBC Reaches $601 Million Settlement In Mortgage Case

HSBC on Friday reached a series of settlements involving $601 million with federal and state regulators and law enforcement agencies to end U.S. probes into allegations of its mortgage origination, servicing and foreclosure practices. Europe’s biggest bank joins five big U.S. […]

Stock markets – Running to safety- IceCap

Stock markets – Running to safety- IceCap

Stock Markets – Journey To The Center Of The Earth by IceCap Asset Management Stock markets – Running to safety And just like that – the three explorers were in a tough spot. Ascending through the collapsed cave would most […]

The Truth About Labor Market Productivity

The Truth About Labor Market Productivity

The Truth About Labor Market Productivity Rick Rieder explains why slowing productivity is a statistical mirage. One of the greatest economic mysteries out there, according to many market watchers: Why labor market productivity has slowed sharply around the world in recent […]

Ten Years After The Greenspan Fed

Ten Years After The Greenspan Fed

Ten Years After The Greenspan Fed by Peter Diekmeyer, Sprott Money Ten years ago this week, Alan Greenspan left his post as head of the US Federal Reserve, facing disgrace among hard money advocates, which largely persists to this day. […]