07.02.2015 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 6

Defund IMF loans to bail out Europe

By Robert Romano “The United States has never lost a dollar of our contribution to the IMF.” That was the U.S. Treasury bragging as recently as March 2014 that no U.S. taxpayer funds had ever been lost on loans made by the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which the U.S. backs. So much for that. With Greece’s default on a $1.7 […]

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07.01.2015 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 3

Does Greek default mark end of Politeuro?

By Robert Romano Greece has now defaulted on a €1.5 billion payment due to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), becoming the first developed country to ever default to that institution. But whether Greece will remain in the Eurozone is an open question that may be decided July 5 when the people there vote via referendum on whether to continue the […]

06.22.2015 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 9

Icelandic default could save Greece

By Robert Romano We are all Icelanders now. Greece may be about to exit the Eurozone and default on its €323 billion national debt. That is what the Telegraph’s Ambrose Evans-Pritchard reported on June 14, writing, “The radical wing of Greece’s Syriza party is to table plans over coming days for an Icelandic-style default and a nationalization of the Greek […]

06.18.2015 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 0

Moving fast track on blind, irrational faith

As originally published at http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2015/06/18/moving-fast-track-on-blind-irrational-faith/ By Rick Manning The House is to vote on whether to give President Obama fast track trade authority today. However, before they vote, Republicans need to understand one thing. The deals they cut for negotiating objectives, increased transparency and immigration protections are meaningless. The Australian Foreign Minister let the cat out of the bag when […]

06.16.2015 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 7

Does Obamatrade increase taxes?

By Robert Romano The fate of legislation granting trade promotion authority to President Barack Obama may come to a simple question: Is some $2.7 billion of trade adjustment assistance paid for by increasing taxes? When trade adjustment assistance came to the floor of the House, it failed miserably, by a vote of 126 to 302, owing largely to bipartisan objections […]

06.10.2015 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 11

U.S-backed IMF loans prolong Greece’s agony

By Robert Romano $14.3 billion. That is how much the U.S. has lent to troubled European nations Greece, Ireland, and Portugal through the International Monetary Fund (IMF) during the years-long financial crisis there, data from the bank shows. Overall, these three countries have borrowed $54 billion via the IMF, accounting for 55 percent of loans from that institution. The IMF […]

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06.05.2015 in Economy, Featured by NetRight Daily 3

Jobs data:  Big growth predictor or false indicator?

By Rick Manning It is numbers day again, the day where the Labor Department reports last month’s unemployment figures to much fanfare. This month, clues will be looked for to determine if the economy is heading into recession, after the Commerce Department released data last week that showed the economy shrinking by a startling .7 percent in the first three […]

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