Wall Street, and the newly formed Intrinsic Exchange Group (IEC), is working hard to financialize the ecosystem. Randy Wray, Professor of Economics at Bard College and Co-editor of the Journal of Post Keynesian Economics, breaks down what this means as a part of the continuing exploitation of capitalism on the world’s resources. As the IEC […]
Wall Street spent at least $2.9 billion on the 2020 elections, equating to $4 million a day, and a billion dollars more than the 2016 elections. Carter Dougherty, Communications Director of Americans for Financial Reform — a 200-group coalition of consumer advocates, faith groups, labor unions — talks about the money… where it came from […]
Speculative trading has taken over Wall Street, with 85% of trades in investments with no basis in a company’s worth or potential — case in point with the recent rise and crash of GameStop. James Henry, Global Justice Fellow at Yale University and founder of the Sag Harbor Group IT consultants, talks about his latest […]
Jan interviews Doug Henwood, journalist, economist, and author of the book “Wall Street”, about proposal by some of the Democratic presidential contenders for a financial transaction tax, aimed to curb high volume computerized financial transactions which add volatility to the stock market.
Friday host Esty Dinur speaks with Nomi Prins, journalist and former Wall Street analyst. Her new title is Collusion: How Central Bankers Rigged the World, a searing exposé of how the 2008 meltdown boosted the influence of central bankers and triggered a shift in the world order. A technology note: Our apologies, but we experienced […]