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https://plus.google.com/117264987923852033209 IMF Survey Magazine : In its annual review of the UK economy, the IMF assesses the strength of the recovery in the country...
In its annual review of the UK economy, the IMF assesses the strength of the recovery in the country and discusses the main risks on the horizon: a weak productivity growth and high housing prices.

http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/survey/so/2014/CAR072814A.htm
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https://plus.google.com/117264987923852033209 IMF Survey Magazine : In its annual review of the UK economy, the IMF assesses the strength of the recovery in the country...
In its annual review of the UK economy, the IMF assesses the strength of the recovery in the country and discusses the main risks on the horizon: a weak productivity growth and high housing prices.

http://www.imf.org/external/pubs/ft/survey/so/2014/CAR072814A.htm
Watch the video: IMF 2014 Review of the UK Economy
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In its annual review of the UK economy, the IMF assesses the strength of the recovery in the country and discusses the main risks on the horizon: a weak prod...
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https://plus.google.com/117264987923852033209 IMF Survey Magazine : Macroeconomic policies should tackle two crucial issues in the housing market: (i) mitigating systemic...
Macroeconomic policies should tackle two crucial issues in the housing market: (i) mitigating systemic financial risks during upswings in house prices and leverage; and (ii) encouraging an adequate supply of housing in order to safeguard affordability. In this blog, we discuss how the UK authorities are addressing these two issues and what additional policies may be necessary to manage risks from the housing market. #uk   #housing  
Managing Housing Market Risks in the United Kingdom
By Ruy Lama House prices are rising rapidly in the UK at an annual rate of 10.5 percent. House price inflation is particularly high in London (20 percent per year), and it is gradually accelerating...
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https://plus.google.com/117264987923852033209 IMF Survey Magazine : Macroeconomic policies should tackle two crucial issues in the housing market: (i) mitigating systemic...
Macroeconomic policies should tackle two crucial issues in the housing market: (i) mitigating systemic financial risks during upswings in house prices and leverage; and (ii) encouraging an adequate supply of housing in order to safeguard affordability. In this blog, we discuss how the UK authorities are addressing these two issues and what additional policies may be necessary to manage risks from the housing market. #uk   #housing  
Managing Housing Market Risks in the United Kingdom
By Ruy Lama House prices are rising rapidly in the UK at an annual rate of 10.5 percent. House price inflation is particularly high in London (20 percent per year), and it is gradually accelerating...
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https://plus.google.com/116528013418548099521 PaydayLoanGurus.com : IMF Warns Pound Overvalued; What About Other Currencies? - Is the British pound overvalued? What about...
IMF Warns Pound Overvalued; What About Other Currencies? - Is the British pound overvalued? What about the Euro? The US Dollar? The Yen? Curiously, economists make that case for all of those currencies.And today, the IMF is pounding the drums with this proclamation "Overvalued" Pound Prevents Rebalancing. The International Monetary Fund warned on Monday that the pound was "overvalued" and preventing the rebalancing of the economy away from a reliance on spending and im... http://ht.ly/2KPEKb
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IMF Executive Board Concludes Article IV Consultation with the Republic of Congo
BRAZZAVILLE, Republic of the Congo, July 28, 2014/African Press Organization APO/ -- On July 21, 2014, the Executive Board of the International Mone
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https://plus.google.com/117446616666698681463 Marian Brown : Proof of General Electric's Oligarchy not a Capitalist economy!  Now the United States' Federal Reserve...
Proof of General Electric's Oligarchy not a Capitalist economy!  Now the United States' Federal Reserve is funding the IMF that has counterfeit derivatives over $600 Trillion dollars.  This is a major threat to our National Security since Red China has now sold the Treasury Notes of $1Trillion and they owe us that money.  Our Federal Reserve is supposed to fund the Treasury when the debt ceiling is raised not the IMF which proves the United States of America is ending its sovereignty.  Corporate Welfare like Koch Brothers is worse than everyone on Welfare.  This is vulture capitalism like Rick Perry pointed out about Romney.
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https://plus.google.com/104670320007060795416 Mike Mish Shedlock : IMF Warns Pound Overvalued; What About Other Currencies? Is the pound overvalued? What about the Euro...
IMF Warns Pound Overvalued; What About Other Currencies?
Is the pound overvalued? What about the Euro? The US Dollar? The Yen? Curiously, economists make that case for all of those currencies. And today, the IMF is pounding the drums with this proclamation "Overvalued" Pound Prevents Rebalancing . The Internation...
Mish's Global Economic Trend Analysis: IMF Warns Pound Overvalued; What About Other Currencies?
Mish's financial blog covers global news and macroeconomic events regarding the world economy. The blog's primary focus is inflation, deflation, and hyperinflation topics, especially currencies, gold, silver, crude, oil, energy and precious metals. Other macro discussion topics include interest rates, China, commodities, the US dollar, Euro, Yuan, Yen, stagflation, emerging markets, politics, Congressional and statewide political policy decisions...
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https://plus.google.com/105318884423507844563 Tracey Cooke : Monday, July 28, 2014 Tidbit L KEMPLE: 8/8/14 is, I think the constitutional time limit to name a new...
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L KEMPLE: 8/8/14 is, I think the constitutional time limit to name a new PM.  Its been said that PM and RV might be announced at the same time to prevent more sales of currency. It's also been said the PM has been selected and we are just waiting on the announcement. 


CARDEN: They've already announced the NEW PM on IRAQI NEWS. This was done last week. Several reported this done. The USA delay in reporting that PM was chosen was only done for political reasons.
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vinman: PM announcement speech by the GOI on radio and TV is finished...completed! Waiting for the UST/CBI/IMF to press play.

lee lee: I Googled this and can not find it.   Can you provide the link?  Thanks

vinman: There is no link.  It's hot off the intel line.

bn: So we have the announcement of PM and the LIVE Brics... Who is thinking we will be at the bank this week besides me??

Oilrat: Boom!!!!

Nevada Joe: This has to be the week

Peter: My Spidey sense is going crazy today. I am with you we will be at the bank this week. Keep all positive energy.

MarK ; Prime Minister announcement in front of parliament will be videotaped soon as the choice has been finalized and approved….

Dennis B Drake: Woo Ho RV is finished !


robert:announcements coming from iraq 
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https://plus.google.com/105455174487292738783 Arik B. Fetscher : Its Petrobras not Petrograd but then I write fast and spell check cannt keep up with me. A human still...
Its Petrobras not Petrograd but then I write fast and spell check cannt keep up with me. A human still faster than a machine, well petro-grads in bras are good to but sure grammar check would say I was wrong but pretty sure I'm right.

That CFTC stuff kind of making sense right now, not perfect but making a difference and actually helping like pre-imposed sanctions.

An old note to Mme Warren, about the time I said Carville would hurt her more than help because I doubted his genuiness.


From: Arik Fetscher <af56@me.com>
Date: May 22, 2012 at 4:17:23 PM EDT
To: info@elizabethwarren.com, jobs@france24.com, candidate.relations@turner.com
Subject: Preface to Mrs Warren;


Preface to Mrs Warren;

When thinking of why regulation matters it is precisely because of the following. For too long banks saw risk as trades in financial markets not risks on people or growth and risks on a larger grander scale to evaluate positives and leadership and the people was just dollars and cents. By limiting access to some of the risks in trading banks are forced by regulation to take the types of risks that have more profound impact and are about the human in the system, the higher thought learning trust experience that separates a banker or worker or leader from just a line in a spread sheet or a system and game to be mastered and played. A computer would simply say nationalization bad sell hurt the company and move on but people see the future and possibility regulation at its heart is about forcing bankers companies and people not to choose or see the easy solution but strive to take risks and think harder again reward ingenuity and true risk takers that reward all. That is the purpose or intent of regulations, yes some concrete solutions many of which might even be available from some of the former risk managers at JP Morgan while you as a leader remember and drive the purpose and intent and remember the why of what's being done. There is much I can say on the issue but it's one that from your past and who you have shown yourself to be that I believe is important to you and I offer the help to sharpen and focus the argument purpose and your campaign.



Trying to think on the ypf repsol issue would seem that ownership of repsol while banks now own a large chunk of ypf shares that Spanish banks holding large repsol positions as well as I think there is some government ownership, that by financing the ypf takeover money could be given to the largest repsol shareholders as a buyback remove shares capitalize the Spanish banks/purchase Spanish or new development bonds of the eu. Basically funneling a bank bailout through Argentina to the Spanish banks. Kitchener is not very much an angry socialist women just a good politician learning to be a leader in my opinion. She can play the socialist card with Chavez though and corner eye glance another oil major Petrograd or others to merge ypf and ditto and tie up them with another oil majors "expertise." it deals with Cuba and Chavez and while nationalizing in the old sense it actually will be more a democratization of the firm and with bankers holding a major interest they can help finance and work parts of the deal with the IMF or world bank, not private banks as would defeat the purpose and optics of the situation.

Also spurs growth in region and is a type of warning about investments in national resources that they must be invested in and work on behalf of the company and the people not just skimmed and siphoned off of to fill pockets of a few. A bit of a larger market and in many ways the investment and jobs create as well as the politics etc all fit a slightly Latino American concept if not entirely Norman or Anglo Saxon concept, remeber the Normans just won Stamford bridge so that Anglo Saxon concept changes as well. Like wasps no longer means what it used to either. A Norman business model or the integrated concept of all I would prefer and to use to advantage as lagarde has been looking for a way to change Latin American perceptions of the IMF after the slightly disastrous foray the last time around that tarnished the organizations image well here it is and also not just a tool of the eu or us might help with brazilians view of it. A major project that has some risks in perception if not handled correctly but lots of huge opportunities for all involved. Not the least a huge pass to the girls team to really step up big time and work together against probably one of the most chauvinistic fraternities going.

Got stuff to do on the eu growth issues and the us human rights and immigration the drug war lead in is a big part and links with Spanish media which oddly is largely produced where?

Arik Fetscher

Ps I am trying to be a ringer here for the team or at least work at engaging them. It's not easy but a lot of work and trust and over the shoulder SALT for a bit extra luck as well.


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25 Recent Events in Ukraine the U.S. Wants You To Forget

Remember when our rulers told us that regimes like Saddam, Gaddafi, and Assad were the epitome of evil and must be liberated because they allegedly killed their own citizens? Probably not. Americans have short memories.

I only remind you to let you know that the U.S. and other Western governments have reversed their stance on regimes killing their own citizens. They now fully endorse and support this rule-with-an-iron-fist so long as the victims can be successfully labeled “separatists” or “terrorists”.

In fact, they want in on the action. The Pentagon began wargaming this week with the regime in Ukraine on how best to kill pesky citizens in Eastern Ukraine who oppose the U.S. Vice President’s son stealing and fracking shale gas on their land.

People who defend their land and families are called “terrorists” when imperial powers want their resources. In turn, Western rulers call violent coups “duly elected” if they pledge allegiance to the IMF.

This situation is creating friction among the world’s superpowers not seen since the Cold War. Obama recently expressed concern that ”The old order isn’t holding and we’re not quite where we need to be in terms of a new order.” Later in the speech he blamed uncooperative nations (read Russia) for standing in the way of the New World Order.

It seems if Russia doesn’t get on board with the Western-led world order, these powers are destined to clash in a West vs. East showdown over international banking and the control of gas supplies.

Here are 25 recent events, or data points, that our rulers hope we forget when they blame the collapse of the old world order on Russia...

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https://plus.google.com/105421390793248873585 Greer Cavanaugh : New World Disorder: Emerging Division Between East And West Threatens To Plunge The Globe Into Chaos...
New World Disorder: Emerging Division Between East And West Threatens To Plunge The Globe Into Chaos http://b4in.org/j6Ag

In general, over the last several decades the world has experienced an unprecedented era of peace and prosperity.  The opening up of relations with China and the “end of the Cold War” resulted in an extended period of cooperation between east and west that was truly unique in the annals of history.  But now things are shifting.  

The civil war in Ukraine and the crash of MH17 have created an enormous amount of tension between the United States and Russia, and many analysts believe that relations between the two superpowers are now even worse than they were during the end of the Cold War era.

 In addition, the indictment of five PLA officers for cyber espionage and sharp disagreements over China’s territorial claims in the South China Sea (among other issues) have caused U.S. relations with China to dip to their lowest point since at least 1989.

 So could the emerging division between the east and the west ultimately plunge us into a period of global chaos?  And what would that mean for the world economy?

For as long as most Americans can remember, the U.S. dollar and the U.S. financial system have been overwhelmingly dominant.  But now the powers of the east appear to be determined to break this monopoly.

 Four of the BRICS nations (China, Russia, India and Brazil) are on the list of the top ten biggest economies on the planet, and they are starting to make moves to become much less dependent on the U.S.-centered financial system of the western world.  

For example, just last week the BRICS nations established two new institutions which are intended to be alternatives to the World Bank and the IMF…

So in their summit, from July 14 to 16, the five BRICS announced two major initiatives aimed squarely at increasing their power in global finance.

They announced the launch of the New Development Bank, headquartered in Shanghai, that will offer financing for development projects in the emerging world. The bank will act as an alternative to the Washington, D.C.—based World Bank.

The BRICS also formed what they’re calling a Contingent Reserve Arrangement, a series of currency agreements which can be utilized to help them smooth over financial imbalances with the rest of the world. That’s something the IMF does now.

Clearly, the idea is to create institutions and processes to supplement — and perhaps eventually supplant — the functions of those managed by U.S. and Europe. And they would be resources that they could control on their own, without the annoying conditions that the World Bank and the IMF always slap on their loans and assistance.

This comes at a time when both China and Russia are seeking to emphasize their own currencies and move away from using the U.S. dollar so much.

Even in the western media, it is being admitted that China’s yuan is “a growing force in global finance“, and according to CNBC the use of Chinese currency in international trade is growing very rapidly…

Of the German companies profiled, 23 percent are using the renminbi to settle trades, up from 9 percent last year, while usage in Hong Kong rose to 58 percent from 50 percent and to 17 percent from 9 percent in the U.S.

Usage of the renminbi among French companies – a new addition to this year’s list – was high at 26 percent.

And of course Russia has been actively pursuing a “de-dollarization strategy” for months now.  Each new round of economic sanctions pushes Russia even further in the direction of independence from the U.S. dollar, and Gazprom has been working hard to get large customers to switch from paying for natural gas in dollars to paying for natural gas in euros and other currencies.  

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New World Disorder: Emerging Division Between East And West Threatens To Plunge The Globe Into Chaos http://b4in.org/j6Ag

In general, over the last several decades the world has experienced an unprecedented era of peace and prosperity.  The opening up of relations with China and the “end of the Cold War” resulted in an extended period of cooperation between east and west that was truly unique in the annals of history.  But now things are shifting.  

The civil war in Ukraine and the crash of MH17 have created an enormous amount of tension between the United States and Russia, and many analysts believe that relations between the two superpowers are now even worse than they were during the end of the Cold War era.

 In addition, the indictment of five PLA officers for cyber espionage and sharp disagreements over China’s territorial claims in the South China Sea (among other issues) have caused U.S. relations with China to dip to their lowest point since at least 1989.

 So could the emerging division between the east and the west ultimately plunge us into a period of global chaos?  And what would that mean for the world economy?

For as long as most Americans can remember, the U.S. dollar and the U.S. financial system have been overwhelmingly dominant.  But now the powers of the east appear to be determined to break this monopoly.

 Four of the BRICS nations (China, Russia, India and Brazil) are on the list of the top ten biggest economies on the planet, and they are starting to make moves to become much less dependent on the U.S.-centered financial system of the western world.  

For example, just last week the BRICS nations established two new institutions which are intended to be alternatives to the World Bank and the IMF…

So in their summit, from July 14 to 16, the five BRICS announced two major initiatives aimed squarely at increasing their power in global finance.

They announced the launch of the New Development Bank, headquartered in Shanghai, that will offer financing for development projects in the emerging world. The bank will act as an alternative to the Washington, D.C.—based World Bank.

The BRICS also formed what they’re calling a Contingent Reserve Arrangement, a series of currency agreements which can be utilized to help them smooth over financial imbalances with the rest of the world. That’s something the IMF does now.

Clearly, the idea is to create institutions and processes to supplement — and perhaps eventually supplant — the functions of those managed by U.S. and Europe. And they would be resources that they could control on their own, without the annoying conditions that the World Bank and the IMF always slap on their loans and assistance.

This comes at a time when both China and Russia are seeking to emphasize their own currencies and move away from using the U.S. dollar so much.

Even in the western media, it is being admitted that China’s yuan is “a growing force in global finance“, and according to CNBC the use of Chinese currency in international trade is growing very rapidly…

Of the German companies profiled, 23 percent are using the renminbi to settle trades, up from 9 percent last year, while usage in Hong Kong rose to 58 percent from 50 percent and to 17 percent from 9 percent in the U.S.

Usage of the renminbi among French companies – a new addition to this year’s list – was high at 26 percent.

And of course Russia has been actively pursuing a “de-dollarization strategy” for months now.  Each new round of economic sanctions pushes Russia even further in the direction of independence from the U.S. dollar, and Gazprom has been working hard to get large customers to switch from paying for natural gas in dollars to paying for natural gas in euros and other currencies.  

More http://b4in.org/j6Ag
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I'm pretty sure I heard all of these reported on No Agenda, but this is a good synopsis.

Here are 25 recent events, or data points, that our rulers hope we forget when they blame the collapse of the old world order on Russia.

1. US spent $5 billion to destabilize Ukraine, not to mention the millions NGOs spent on “opposition groups“. The State Department was even caught playing kingmaker in Ukraine in secret recordings during the takeover.

2. November 21st, 2013 - Ukraine’s President abandons an agreement on closer trade ties with EU, instead seeking closer cooperation with Russia. Violent pro-EU protests begin to organize.

3. December 17th, 2013 - Putin offers to buy $15bn of Ukrainian debt and discount the price of Russian gas by about a third.

4. February 2014 – Violence of coup peaks on the 20th. On 22nd protesters took control of Kiev and Parliament votes to remove president from power.

5. February 23rd – New interim government named, replaces head of Ukraine central bank.

6. March 6th – Obama signs national emergency executive order to punish Ukrainians that ”undermine democratic processes and institutions” of the coup government in Ukraine. You can’t make this stuff up.

7. March 16th - Crimea holds voter referendum to split from coup government in Kiev and ally with Russia, passes by over 95%.

8. March 20th – Obama announces more unilateral sanctions on Russia.

9. March 24th – Leaked tape where former prime minister of Ukraine and darling of the West, Yulia Tymoshenko, calls for wiping out all Russians with nuclear weapons.

10. April 29th – Obama unilaterally expands sanctions on Russia.

11. April 30th – Newly installed regime in Kiev receives $17 billion from the IMF for “economic reforms”. (December deal from Russia with better terms for Ukrainian people discarded.)

12. May 3rd – Obama calls Kiev’s coup government “duly elected“.

13. May 11th – Eastern Ukraine votes for independence from Kiev and for self-rule.  Kiev mobilizes military to punish citizens for disloyalty.

14. May 15th – US Vice President’s son Hunter Biden named to the board of Ukraine gas company.

15. May 21st – Russia and China sign historic $400 billion “Holy Grail” gas deal not using petrodollars.

16. May 27th – Second day in office, new Ukraine president launches military ”anti-terrorist operation“ against eastern Ukrainians.

17. June 3rd - NATO pledges military support for Ukraine to battle dissidents.

18. June 16th – Ukraine refuses to pay its gas bill to Moscow’s Gazprom, Russia cuts off gas.

19. June 26th – Gazprom agrees to drop the dollar to settle contracts with China.

20. June 27th – The EU signs an association agreement with Ukraine, along with Georgia and Moldova.

21. July 15th – BRICS nations fund international development bank to compete with the IMF, World Bank, and the dollar itself.

22. July 17th – Commercial airliner MH17 shot out of the sky over eastern Ukraine. Appears to be classic false flag event after the West immediately blamed Russia citing sketchy YouTube videos.

23. July 2014 – US announces yet more sanctions on Russia. EU and Canada both join in calls for more sanctions for Russia.

24. July 2014 – Joe Biden’s son’s company prepares to drill shale gas in east Ukraine.

25. July 2014 – Pentagon creates military plan to clear path for gas drilling in rebel-held areas of Ukraine.

Full Article: http://www.globalresearch.ca/25-recent-events-in-ukraine-the-u-s-wants-you-to-forget/5393572
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New World Disorder: Emerging Division Between East And West Threatens To Plunge The Globe Into Chaos http://b4in.org/j6Ag

In general, over the last several decades the world has experienced an unprecedented era of peace and prosperity.  The opening up of relations with China and the “end of the Cold War” resulted in an extended period of cooperation between east and west that was truly unique in the annals of history.  But now things are shifting.  

The civil war in Ukraine and the crash of MH17 have created an enormous amount of tension between the United States and Russia, and many analysts believe that relations between the two superpowers are now even worse than they were during the end of the Cold War era.

 In addition, the indictment of five PLA officers for cyber espionage and sharp disagreements over China’s territorial claims in the South China Sea (among other issues) have caused U.S. relations with China to dip to their lowest point since at least 1989.

 So could the emerging division between the east and the west ultimately plunge us into a period of global chaos?  And what would that mean for the world economy?

For as long as most Americans can remember, the U.S. dollar and the U.S. financial system have been overwhelmingly dominant.  But now the powers of the east appear to be determined to break this monopoly.

 Four of the BRICS nations (China, Russia, India and Brazil) are on the list of the top ten biggest economies on the planet, and they are starting to make moves to become much less dependent on the U.S.-centered financial system of the western world.  

For example, just last week the BRICS nations established two new institutions which are intended to be alternatives to the World Bank and the IMF…

So in their summit, from July 14 to 16, the five BRICS announced two major initiatives aimed squarely at increasing their power in global finance.

They announced the launch of the New Development Bank, headquartered in Shanghai, that will offer financing for development projects in the emerging world. The bank will act as an alternative to the Washington, D.C.—based World Bank.

The BRICS also formed what they’re calling a Contingent Reserve Arrangement, a series of currency agreements which can be utilized to help them smooth over financial imbalances with the rest of the world. That’s something the IMF does now.

Clearly, the idea is to create institutions and processes to supplement — and perhaps eventually supplant — the functions of those managed by U.S. and Europe. And they would be resources that they could control on their own, without the annoying conditions that the World Bank and the IMF always slap on their loans and assistance.

This comes at a time when both China and Russia are seeking to emphasize their own currencies and move away from using the U.S. dollar so much.

Even in the western media, it is being admitted that China’s yuan is “a growing force in global finance“, and according to CNBC the use of Chinese currency in international trade is growing very rapidly…

Of the German companies profiled, 23 percent are using the renminbi to settle trades, up from 9 percent last year, while usage in Hong Kong rose to 58 percent from 50 percent and to 17 percent from 9 percent in the U.S.

Usage of the renminbi among French companies – a new addition to this year’s list – was high at 26 percent.

And of course Russia has been actively pursuing a “de-dollarization strategy” for months now.  Each new round of economic sanctions pushes Russia even further in the direction of independence from the U.S. dollar, and Gazprom has been working hard to get large customers to switch from paying for natural gas in dollars to paying for natural gas in euros and other currencies.  

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In general, over the last several decades the world has experienced an unprecedented era of peace and prosperity.  The opening up of relations with China and the “end of the Cold War” resulted in an extended period of cooperation between east and west that was truly unique in the annals of history.  But now things are shifting.  

The civil war in Ukraine and the crash of MH17 have created an enormous amount of tension between the United States and Russia, and many analysts believe that relations between the two superpowers are now even worse than they were during the end of the Cold War era.

 In addition, the indictment of five PLA officers for cyber espionage and sharp disagreements over China’s territorial claims in the South China Sea (among other issues) have caused U.S. relations with China to dip to their lowest point since at least 1989.

 So could the emerging division between the east and the west ultimately plunge us into a period of global chaos?  And what would that mean for the world economy?

For as long as most Americans can remember, the U.S. dollar and the U.S. financial system have been overwhelmingly dominant.  But now the powers of the east appear to be determined to break this monopoly.

 Four of the BRICS nations (China, Russia, India and Brazil) are on the list of the top ten biggest economies on the planet, and they are starting to make moves to become much less dependent on the U.S.-centered financial system of the western world.  

For example, just last week the BRICS nations established two new institutions which are intended to be alternatives to the World Bank and the IMF…

So in their summit, from July 14 to 16, the five BRICS announced two major initiatives aimed squarely at increasing their power in global finance.

They announced the launch of the New Development Bank, headquartered in Shanghai, that will offer financing for development projects in the emerging world. The bank will act as an alternative to the Washington, D.C.—based World Bank.

The BRICS also formed what they’re calling a Contingent Reserve Arrangement, a series of currency agreements which can be utilized to help them smooth over financial imbalances with the rest of the world. That’s something the IMF does now.

Clearly, the idea is to create institutions and processes to supplement — and perhaps eventually supplant — the functions of those managed by U.S. and Europe. And they would be resources that they could control on their own, without the annoying conditions that the World Bank and the IMF always slap on their loans and assistance.

This comes at a time when both China and Russia are seeking to emphasize their own currencies and move away from using the U.S. dollar so much.

Even in the western media, it is being admitted that China’s yuan is “a growing force in global finance“, and according to CNBC the use of Chinese currency in international trade is growing very rapidly…

Of the German companies profiled, 23 percent are using the renminbi to settle trades, up from 9 percent last year, while usage in Hong Kong rose to 58 percent from 50 percent and to 17 percent from 9 percent in the U.S.

Usage of the renminbi among French companies – a new addition to this year’s list – was high at 26 percent.

And of course Russia has been actively pursuing a “de-dollarization strategy” for months now.  Each new round of economic sanctions pushes Russia even further in the direction of independence from the U.S. dollar, and Gazprom has been working hard to get large customers to switch from paying for natural gas in dollars to paying for natural gas in euros and other currencies.  

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In general, over the last several decades the world has experienced an unprecedented era of peace and prosperity.  The opening up of relations with China and the “end of the Cold War” resulted in an extended period of cooperation between east and west that was truly unique in the annals of history.  But now things are shifting.  

The civil war in Ukraine and the crash of MH17 have created an enormous amount of tension between the United States and Russia, and many analysts believe that relations between the two superpowers are now even worse than they were during the end of the Cold War era.

 In addition, the indictment of five PLA officers for cyber espionage and sharp disagreements over China’s territorial claims in the South China Sea (among other issues) have caused U.S. relations with China to dip to their lowest point since at least 1989.

 So could the emerging division between the east and the west ultimately plunge us into a period of global chaos?  And what would that mean for the world economy?

For as long as most Americans can remember, the U.S. dollar and the U.S. financial system have been overwhelmingly dominant.  But now the powers of the east appear to be determined to break this monopoly.

 Four of the BRICS nations (China, Russia, India and Brazil) are on the list of the top ten biggest economies on the planet, and they are starting to make moves to become much less dependent on the U.S.-centered financial system of the western world.  

For example, just last week the BRICS nations established two new institutions which are intended to be alternatives to the World Bank and the IMF…

So in their summit, from July 14 to 16, the five BRICS announced two major initiatives aimed squarely at increasing their power in global finance.

They announced the launch of the New Development Bank, headquartered in Shanghai, that will offer financing for development projects in the emerging world. The bank will act as an alternative to the Washington, D.C.—based World Bank.

The BRICS also formed what they’re calling a Contingent Reserve Arrangement, a series of currency agreements which can be utilized to help them smooth over financial imbalances with the rest of the world. That’s something the IMF does now.

Clearly, the idea is to create institutions and processes to supplement — and perhaps eventually supplant — the functions of those managed by U.S. and Europe. And they would be resources that they could control on their own, without the annoying conditions that the World Bank and the IMF always slap on their loans and assistance.

This comes at a time when both China and Russia are seeking to emphasize their own currencies and move away from using the U.S. dollar so much.

Even in the western media, it is being admitted that China’s yuan is “a growing force in global finance“, and according to CNBC the use of Chinese currency in international trade is growing very rapidly…

Of the German companies profiled, 23 percent are using the renminbi to settle trades, up from 9 percent last year, while usage in Hong Kong rose to 58 percent from 50 percent and to 17 percent from 9 percent in the U.S.

Usage of the renminbi among French companies – a new addition to this year’s list – was high at 26 percent.

And of course Russia has been actively pursuing a “de-dollarization strategy” for months now.  Each new round of economic sanctions pushes Russia even further in the direction of independence from the U.S. dollar, and Gazprom has been working hard to get large customers to switch from paying for natural gas in dollars to paying for natural gas in euros and other currencies.  

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In general, over the last several decades the world has experienced an unprecedented era of peace and prosperity.  The opening up of relations with China and the “end of the Cold War” resulted in an extended period of cooperation between east and west that was truly unique in the annals of history.  But now things are shifting.  

The civil war in Ukraine and the crash of MH17 have created an enormous amount of tension between the United States and Russia, and many analysts believe that relations between the two superpowers are now even worse than they were during the end of the Cold War era.

 In addition, the indictment of five PLA officers for cyber espionage and sharp disagreements over China’s territorial claims in the South China Sea (among other issues) have caused U.S. relations with China to dip to their lowest point since at least 1989.

 So could the emerging division between the east and the west ultimately plunge us into a period of global chaos?  And what would that mean for the world economy?

For as long as most Americans can remember, the U.S. dollar and the U.S. financial system have been overwhelmingly dominant.  But now the powers of the east appear to be determined to break this monopoly.

 Four of the BRICS nations (China, Russia, India and Brazil) are on the list of the top ten biggest economies on the planet, and they are starting to make moves to become much less dependent on the U.S.-centered financial system of the western world.  

For example, just last week the BRICS nations established two new institutions which are intended to be alternatives to the World Bank and the IMF…

So in their summit, from July 14 to 16, the five BRICS announced two major initiatives aimed squarely at increasing their power in global finance.

They announced the launch of the New Development Bank, headquartered in Shanghai, that will offer financing for development projects in the emerging world. The bank will act as an alternative to the Washington, D.C.—based World Bank.

The BRICS also formed what they’re calling a Contingent Reserve Arrangement, a series of currency agreements which can be utilized to help them smooth over financial imbalances with the rest of the world. That’s something the IMF does now.

Clearly, the idea is to create institutions and processes to supplement — and perhaps eventually supplant — the functions of those managed by U.S. and Europe. And they would be resources that they could control on their own, without the annoying conditions that the World Bank and the IMF always slap on their loans and assistance.

This comes at a time when both China and Russia are seeking to emphasize their own currencies and move away from using the U.S. dollar so much.

Even in the western media, it is being admitted that China’s yuan is “a growing force in global finance“, and according to CNBC the use of Chinese currency in international trade is growing very rapidly…

Of the German companies profiled, 23 percent are using the renminbi to settle trades, up from 9 percent last year, while usage in Hong Kong rose to 58 percent from 50 percent and to 17 percent from 9 percent in the U.S.

Usage of the renminbi among French companies – a new addition to this year’s list – was high at 26 percent.

And of course Russia has been actively pursuing a “de-dollarization strategy” for months now.  Each new round of economic sanctions pushes Russia even further in the direction of independence from the U.S. dollar, and Gazprom has been working hard to get large customers to switch from paying for natural gas in dollars to paying for natural gas in euros and other currencies.  

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Excellent Article with Solid Solutions
"How to kill the derivatives cancer without killing the patient? Without presuming to have more insight into that question than the head of the Fed or the IMF, I will just list some promising suggestions from a variety of experts in the field (explored in more depth in my earlier article here):
Eliminate the superpriority granted to derivatives in the 2005 Bankruptcy Reform Act, the highly favorable protective legislation that has allowed the derivatives bubble to mushroom.
Restore the Glass-Steagall Act separating depository banking from investment banking.
Break up the giant derivatives banks.
Alternatively, nationalize the too-big-to-fail banks.
Make derivatives illegal and unwind them by netting them out, declaring them null and void.
Impose a financial transactions tax on Wall Street trading.
To protect the deposits of citizens and local governments, establish postal savings banks and state-owned banks on the model of the Bank of North Dakota, the only state to completely escape the 2008 banking crisis."
You Can't Taper a Ponzi Scheme: Time to Reboot
Despite the Dodd-Frank Act, the derivatives pyramid has continued to explode to a notional value now estimated to be as high as $2 quadrillion.
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