Every year, SAXO Bank's analysts publish their "outrageous predictions" for the new year. Sometimes, their predictions are quirky, sometimes funny and sometimes downright scary. This year, SAXO Bank published a list of worst case scenarios for the global economy.
In an exclusive interview for The Voice of Russia, Peter Koenig talks about the results of the World Energy Congress and how a proposal made by Rosneft Chairman Igor Sechin will change the world's economy. Peter Koenig is a former World Bank economist and a Voice of Russia regular.
In an exclusive interview with the Voice of Russia, Karl Denninger talks about the debt ceiling crisis, American exceptionalism and why Obama should "admit the sins of the past". Karl Denninger is an American businessman, financial pundit, political activist, publisher of The Market Ticker and the author of Leverage: How Cheap Money Will Destroy the World.
Peter Koenig, a former World Bank economist and a Voice of Russia regular, outlines one of the scenarios in which America’s plans for a New World Order are broken. This is the second part. The first part of the scenario is described here.
For several decades, we’ve been told by the mainstream media that the West has a firm grip on the word’s economy and that America decides the future of the world. Peter Koenig, former World Bank economist and Voice of Russia regular, outlines one of the scenarios in which America’s plans for a New World Order are broken. This is the first part of the series about "How to dismate the New World Order".
In an exclusive interview with The Voice of Russia, legendary filmmaker Gianni Converso, director of the critically acclaimed documentary Open Pit, talks about the consequences of corporate greed, social and environmental consequences of open pit mining and the influence of corporate money on politicians.
The differences between the press coverage of the situations in Syria and Egypt show the hypocrisy of the western media. While decrying Assad’s unproven atrocities, it turns a blind eye on civilian deaths in Egypt. Peter Koenig, a former World Bank economist and a regular Voice of Russia commentator, analyzed several cases of media bias in regard to the situation in Egypt.
In an exclusive interview with the Voice of Russia, Peter Koenig talks about the nature of the global financial crisis, “monster banks” and the New World Order. Peter Koenig is a former World Bank economist with 30 years of experience and the author of Implosion - An Economic Thriller.
When bank deposits in Cypriot banks were raided by the European Commission, the account holders were told that it was an “exceptional measure”. The recent decisions of the EU finance ministers show that the “exception” will become the norm.
The level of social inequality is rising across the globe. The global financial crisis created an economic conjuncture that makes the rich richer, while the poor become poorer.
Citigroup analyzed a set of recent economic statistics and came to the conclusion that the UK economy is in worse shape than is generally thought. The British economy will need serious structural adjustments in order to recover from the current slump.
The mainstream media is obsessed with finding the “green shoots” of economic recovery, while trying to avoid facing some inconvenient truths about the true state of economy.
The internationalization of the yuan is one of the official goals of the Chinese government. However, replacing the US dollar with another fiat currency is tricky. Is gold the key to yuan’s success?
Chinese companies are making their presence felt across the US. By buying local and regional companies, Chinese firms have become the biggest employers in a number of small and medium-sized communities.
Peter Schiff believes that the markets and the mainstream media have been fooled by the Federal Reserve into thinking that the quantitative easing program will come to an end. He claims that the quantitative easing program will actually be expanded.
On Sunday, the Bank of International Settlements warned the markets about the possibility of massive losses for US bondholders. The nightmare scenario described by the bank’s analysts involves an increase in yields that will hurt American and international bondholders.
The Fitch rating agency is concerned about the unregulated part of the Chinese banking sector. The so-called “shadow banks” pose systemic risks for the country’s economy.
Given the high rate of unemployment and a falling GDP, one would expect that the Greek government at least would acknowledge its problems. However, the Greek finance minister is sure that the country’s economy has “no problems”.
In an exclusive interview with the Voice of Russia, Karl Denninger talks about gold cartels, gold market manipulation and why gold is not a perfect hedge for an ailing economy. Karl Denninger is an American businessman, financial pundit, political activist, publisher of The Market Ticker and the author of Leverage: How Cheap Money Will Destroy the World.
In an exclusive interview for the Voice of Russia, Peter Koenig talks about the future of the world economy, the return of the gold standard and gold market manipulation. Peter Koenig is a former World Bank economist with 30 years of experience and the author of Implosion - An Economic Thriller.