Technologies for gathering information, mining it, and using it, as the Snowden debacle shows, are phenomenally effective and cheap. But they're not perfect. Not yet.
They’re worried the system might break down if the bond bubble were allowed to inflate further only to implode in a “disorderly” manner.
NSA leaker Snowden shed new light on old relationships with a vibrant all-American industry
Japan’s attack in the Currency War was SUPPOSED to make it more competitive in international trade
The “biggest risk to global financial stability”
France vetoed the launch of free-trade negotiations between the EU and the US (forgot that it racked up a big trade surplus with the US)
What you hear is a giant hissing sound. And what you get is capital destruction and wealth transfer.
"A brave new Huxley-world of the unlimited debt,” a world where “money is no longer earned but printed”
A harbinger of things to come in other markets
Not exactly a ringing endorsement of his hodgepodge of old ideas and new contradictions.
That concept of the Chinese Dream "came just in time" and will "benefit the world"
“It’s counterproductive to fight against windmills,” it explained
A cruel twist for an already threatened industry.
The good old days are back, those of the last housing bubble when money grew on trees.
But this time, the decision by European Commission was greeted with an outburst of loathing and mockery.