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When a Bank Owns 100 Oil Tankers, It Can Mess With the Price of Gas

A two-year Senate investigation of the financial sector has found that banks can meddle with the economy in new and frightening ways.

Posted on Nov 19, 2014 READ MORE



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More Than $100 Billion in Subsidies for Too Big to Fail Banks

A Bloomberg Markets magazine study estimates that dirt-cheap borrowing programs and other benefits have saved the nation’s six largest banks—JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley—$102 billion since 2009.

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Facebook Sued by Investors Over IPO

Facebook faced more bad news Wednesday in the wake of its botched initial public offering. Shareholders filed a lawsuit against the social networking company, lead underwriter Morgan Stanley and several other Wall Street banks, alleging that they misled them about Facebook’s revenue projections ahead of the IPO.

Posted on May 23, 2012 READ MORE



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Facebook’s Fumbled IPO Under Scrutiny

The fallout over Facebook’s botched IPO continued on Tuesday with a lawsuit filed against NASDAQ over mishandled orders and word that regulators may investigate Morgan Stanley, which helped set the price of the stock, and other underwriting banks.

Posted on May 22, 2012 READ MORE



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Mark Zuckerberg Just Lost $2 Billion

Mark Zuckerberg’s fortune dropped $2 billion Monday as shares of Facebook tumbled to $34.03, 11 percent below their initial public offering price of $38. The loss prompted analysts and buyers to wonder whether the company was overvalued at the $105 billion it gained on the day of its IPO.

Posted on May 21, 2012 READ MORE



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A Closer Glance at the Fed Audit, Please

It’s been available for almost six months now: the first independent audit of the Federal Reserve. In case you haven’t read it top-to-bottom, former Congressman Alan Grayson, who petitioned the study along with Rep. Ron Paul, wants to draw your attention to some of his favorite parts.

Posted on Dec 7, 2011 READ MORE



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In Money-Changers We Trust

Two years into the Obama presidency and the economic data is still looking grim. Don’t be fooled by the gyrations of the stock market, where optimism is mostly a reflection of the ability of financial corporations—thanks to massive government largesse—to survive the mess they created.

Posted on Dec 29, 2010 READ MORE


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Lehman Execs: Where Are They Now?

It’s been nearly a year since Lehman Brothers went belly-up, effectively kicking off the financial implosion of fall 2008. However, despite the firm’s catastrophic demise, some Lehman execs managed to land on their feet. Tuesday’s Wall Street Journal gives an update about their current activities.

Posted on Sep 8, 2009 READ MORE


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Wall Street Pay Fattens as Rest of U.S. Suffers

Unemployment rose to 9.5 percent last month, the highest level in 26 years. Meanwhile, Wall Street payouts are not dropping. Goldman Sachs will be shelling out a whopping $20 billion to its employees this year. As we enter the 20th month of this recession, unemployment is becoming a way of life for many, and the very same people who created this mess are still reaping the profits.

Posted on Jul 2, 2009 READ MORE


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Is Larry Summers Taking Kickbacks From the Banks He’s Bailing Out?

Why did Goldman Sachs, Citigroup and Morgan Stanley steer millions to a company Larry Summers directed while he administered “stress tests” on them?

Posted on May 30, 2009 READ MORE


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Stocks Zoom as International Financial Community Rallies

The Dow shot up more than 900 points Monday after nations around the world pitched into the effort to resuscitate the dangerously flagging global marketplace by announcing their own rescue plans.

Posted on Oct 13, 2008 READ MORE


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Just How Fat Are Wall Street’s Fat Cats?

Sure, we’ve all heard the stories about Wall Street bigwigs lining their pockets with gold dubloons while the rest of us scramble to save pennies, but The New York Times has drawn out that contrast in graphic detail with a handy series of charts showing the total earnings (including bonuses) of 12 top executives from 2003-2007.

Posted on Oct 7, 2008 READ MORE


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