University of Missouri
Thousands of appraisers warned Washington regulators of fraud during the seven years leading up to the housing crash
Three former financial regulators testify to the House Financial Services Committee in support of reinstating Glass-Steagall legislation and addressing Too Big to Fail Banks.
Bill Black: Bank of America and other financial giants undeterred by Obama Admins weak oversight and enforcement of industry
Bill Black: With surge in stock market, the wealthier are paying more taxes but working class wages are not rising and unemployment remains high, so this does not mean a sustained recovery of the real economy is underway
Michael Hudson: Thatcher deregulated banking and made London the center of speculation and financialization
Jim Stanford: In spite of data showing the Canadian economy is slowing down, the new Federal Budget pushes cuts and a balanced budget which will make recession worse – true under-utilization of labor is 12 percent