Donald Trump promised voters that he would prevent the creation of a central bank digital currency (CBDC) if elected President.
Warren Buffett’s firm has been selling oodles of stock this year in favor of shoring up some serious cash.
The United States has a printing problem, and that problem is now beginning to cause ripple effects touching every individual across the globe who deals in US dollars.
Senate Democrats have turned on President Joe Biden when it comes to his student loan forgiveness promises.
Does anyone seriously think Jeff Bezos would have to pay 36% in order to borrow at the Fed’s artificially arrived at rate of interest?
Last week the Fed announced its tenth consecutive interest rate hike, with Chairman Powell dropping this bomb: “It’s possible that we will have what I hope would be a mild recession.”
A closer look at the lead up to the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank shows that regulators saw the warning signs but did not step in.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, former congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, and Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. are calling out the Federal Reserve’s attempt to create a alternative, digital dollar, which the three warn will be used to restrict civil liberties as seen in countries like China, where access to one’s money is dictated by a social credit scoring system.
Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has issued a major warning about interest rate hikes, saying they may be on the horizon.
The U.S. Federal Reserve announced a new rate increase of half a percentage point Wednesday in its ongoing effort to curb inflation.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke’s bailouts and government intervention caused the Great Recession of 2008.
Amidst record inflation, global economic instability, and large portions of Americans reporting that they deeply distrust their government, some lawmakers are taking advantage of this opportunity to pounce and seize more control of our day to day lives through the pushing of a completely digital dollar.