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MONEY FOR NOTHING?

CURRENT "RECOVERY" IS A RESULT OF MONEY PRINTING
TO BAIL OUT THE RICH WHILE NEGLECTING THE NEEDY

 

 

TOTAL CENTRAL BANK ASSETS AS A PERCENT OF GDP

EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK, THE U.S FEDERAL RESERVE, THE BANK OF ENGLAND AND THE BANK OF JAPAN

 

CENTRAL BANK BALANCE SHEETS IN TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS

THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF CHINA, THE EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK, THE U.S. FEDERAL RESERVE AND THE BANK OF JAPAN

 

CENTRAL BANK BALANCE SHEETS IN BILLIONS OF DOLLARS

THE U.S FEDERAL RESERVE, THE EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK, THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF CHINA, THE BANK OF JAPAN AND THE BANK OF ENGLAND

 

GROWTH IN CENTRAL BANK BALANCE SHEETS BY PERCENT

 


ARTICLES

DAVID STOCKMAN

The Great Deformation: The Corruption of Capitalism in America (Amazon Book, By David Stockman)

The Fed has created a huge global bubble: Stockman (CNBC, 11-26-13)

Six Years Of Bull Market Bull (David Stockman, 3-10-15)

Yellen’s Dog Is Eating Homework Congress Didn’t Even Assign: Reflections On The Greatest Mission Creep Ever (David Stockman, 4-2-14)

 

MORE

From Yellen Put To Yellen Massacre (The Automatic Earth, 3-12-15)

Why Finance Is Still a Problem (Time, 3-9-15)

Here's what the $294 trillion market of global financial assets looks like (Business Insider, 2-11-15)

Central banks shift into shares as low rates hit revenues (Financial Times, 6-17-14)

“Cluster Of Central Banks” Have Secretly Invested $29 Trillion In The Market (Global research, 6-16-14)

Bernanke's Printing Only Delayed the Pain (Against Crony Capitalism, 1-31-14)

Feeding the Bubble: Is the Next Crash Brewing? (Spiegel, 12-3-13)

Banks Looting US Treasury $85 billion a month with Toxic Mortgage Bond Swaps until Triggering a Greek Style Collapse. (Thom Hartman, 9-19-13)

Inside the Risky Bets of Central Banks (The Wall Street Journal, 12-12-12)