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The Buzzsaw Aimed At Blockchain

Karen Petrou;’s memorandum to Federal Financial Analytics clients on the buzzsaw aimed at blockchain. TO: Federal Financial Analytics Clients FROM: Karen Shaw Petrou DATE: September 18, 2015 Earlier this week, an NPR story fired up a campaign to force banks […]

The Multi-Trillion Dollar Oil Market Swindle

The Multi-Trillion Dollar Oil Market Swindle

In the past, I documented the overstatements by both the IEA and EIA in 2014 & 2015 in terms of supply, inventory and understatements of demand. Others also noticed these distortions and, whether intentional or not, they exist and they […]

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FSOC Annual Report Highlights New Emerging Threats

FSOC Annual Report Highlights New Emerging Threats by Justin Schardin, Bipartisan Policy Center On Tuesday, the Financial Stability Oversight Council (FSOC) approved and released its 2015 annual report. The key feature of the annual report is FSOC’s assessment of emerging […]

Bank of America Fined $20M For Inaccurate Reporting

Bank of America Fined $20M For Inaccurate Reporting

Bank of America’s Merrill Lynch International was fined a record £13.3 million ($20 million) by the U.K.’s Financial Conduct Authority for failing to report transactions correctly. The fine on Bank of America is more than double the previous biggest penalty imposed […]