All of the discussions surrounding North Korea as of late brings about the question is it propaganda or is the crisis unfolding before our eyes.
Trump ablaze on the campaign trail can be quoted as stating that NAFTA is a disaster; however, now that the new administration has taken the Oval Office by storm, Trump only seeks to make minor changes to the trade deal.
President Donald Trump and GOP leaders enter their next big battle facing stubborn opposition in both parties that increases Republicans’ worries that they will need more Democratic support than previously expected to avert a government shutdown by the end of April.
The Republican-controlled Committee on Oversight and Government Reform approved a bill earlier today to allow for a congressional audit of the Federal Reserve's monetary policy, a proposal Fed policymakers have opposed and likely faces a difficult path to final approval in the Senate.
As global financial markets teeter on the edge of collapse, a report published this morning suggests that the run up in the U.S. dollar may be over.
The United States of America, one of the largest economies in the world, has had enough of being ripped off by our “trading partners.” President Trump took the first action against the horrific deals, starting with the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Are we going to see a dramatic stock market plunge if the effort to get “Obamacare Lite” through the U.S. House of Representatives ultimately fails? On Thursday, a vote on the Republican healthcare bill was postponed once it became clear that there would not be enough votes for it to pass.
It’s that time again; the government is out of money. The debt ceiling deadline has come and gone, and what the government does now could in large part be the biggest test of Trump....
Most Americans do not understand this, but the truth is that the Federal Reserve has far more power over the U.S. economy than anyone else does, and that includes Donald Trump. Politicians tend to get the credit or the blame for how the economy is performing, but in reality it is an unelected, unaccountable panel of central bankers that is running the show, and until something is done about the Fed our long-term economic problems will never be fixed.
Mexico initiated the utter beginnings of a trade war with the US over sugar by canceling exports, Europe and China are also steadily preparing for a collision with the USA over potential tariffs.
Inside President Trump’s otherwise “standard Trump stump speech” at CPAC was nestled what might be a most intriguing observation.
George Soros, the infamous billionaire who was repeatedly caught sparking civil unrest amongst nations and who has been caught trying to destroy the USA, has just recently called for the creation of a New World Order.
As obscene inequality grows, the World Economic Forum plans to send the whole world into a ‘welfare state’ with universal basic income.
For close to three-quarters of a century, the dollar has served as the world’s money. During this era (essentially for all of living memory) with regard to its international status, the dollar has been predominant and unchallenged. There was – and is presently – no peer competitor to the dollar.
Almost 40% of young Americans were living with their parents, siblings or other relatives in 2015, the largest percentage since 1940, according to an analysis of census data by real estate tracker Trulia.
Overdraft charges may not top the list of features you inspect carefully when you choose a bank, but they probably should be, at least according to new data from a study out today.
Desperate Venezuelan fishermen slaughter one another and turn to piracy – while starving villagers...
Gangs of out-of-work fishermen have turned to a life of piracy and have killed dozens who still venture into the sea in Venezuela, as the country's economic crisis worsens.
From recent reports, it may seem like automation only affects those in developed countries. But a report from the UN Conference on Trade and Development says that it might also affect those in developing countries, likely, even more so.
It’s official Apple’s next goal is to eliminate cash, within the next few years. Tim Cook, Apple’s homosexual CEO, claims that Apple Pay could be the catalyst that ultimately gets the world to switch from cash to total digital payments, and the New World Order.
The technical analysis team at HSBC is warning recent stock market moves look eerily similar to just before 1987’s ‘Black Monday’, which saw the largest one-day market crash in history.
In addition to a banking crisis that nobody wants to really admit is raging (even as German banks are now laying off thousands of workers, ignoring everything else), Germany has another embarrassing issue to...
Wells Fargo will pay $24 million to settle allegations that it mistreated members of the military -- including illegally repossessing their cars. The bank, already reeling from a scandal over fake accounts, will pay $4.1...
Eight years after Lehman Brothers failed and Wall Street nearly collapsed, banks are taking less risk and holding a lot more capital. But that doesn’t mean banks are safer. In fact, the risks of a big bank failing may actually be greater than they were leading up to the financial crisis.