Tapering of Quantitative Easing Is Throwing Emerging Markets into Chaos – And Big Banks Are Getting Richer
Despite no real economic recovery, the Fed is winding down quantitative easing, throwing developing countries’ economies into chaos
Bill Black: A rise in inflation in emerging markets like Argentina is causing a state of panic over the future health of the global economy
Omar Dahi: While a recent Qatari report counts 11,000 tortured and executed by the Syrian government, causalities of pro-regime fighters also number in the tens of thousands
Dahi: Although John Kerry says Bashar al-Assad must step down, most Syrians think Geneva II will be about creating a front to fight Al-Qaeda, extremist groups, and that the U.S.-Russian agreement had basically accepted that the regime would stay.