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Financial Corruption, Economic Collapse
By Global Research News
Global Research, September 19, 2015
 
Url of this article:
http://www.globalresearch.ca/selected-articles-financial-collapse-economic-corruption/5477041

SELECTED ARTICLES:

Federal_ReserveNear Zero Percent US Federal Funds Rate Since December 2008

By Stephen Lendman, September 19, 2015

Low rates benefit investors at the expense of savers, retirees and pensioners without paychecks needing income especially harmed. At near zero percent for nearly seven years, virtually none is forthcoming for most people.

FIFA-US-Criminal-ChargesThe Ongoing Corruption Dossier at FIFA is Getting Thicker

By Binoy Kampmark, September 19, 2015

Corruption is conditioning. In the world’s most notable mafia sporting organisation, it should barely register a shock that FIFA’s Secretary General has been fiddling with tickets.  To be precise, Jérôme Valcke is said to have been involved in email traffic with former Israeli footballer Benny Alon which speak of the sale of 8,750 tickets for 24 top notch matches at the Brazil World Cup.  Such a procedure would have been in breach of FIFA’s own ticketing rules.

By Washington’s Blog, September 18, 2015

Bloomberg reports today that the same analytical technique that uncovered cheating in currency markets and the Libor rates benchmark [details below] — resulting in about $20 billion of fines — suggests the dealers who control the U.S. Treasury market rigged bond auctions for years, according to a lawsuit.

ISISISIS Leader Admits to Being Funded by the US

By Gabriela Motroc, September 18, 2015

In early 2015, Yousaf al Salafi, a man believed to be the Pakistani commander of the Islamic State, confessed during investigations that he has been receiving money through the United States.

By Lars Schall, September 17, 2015

There can be no dispute that speculative trade in put options – where a party bets that a stock will drop abruptly in value – spiked in the days around September 11, 2001 – even if the US Securities and Exchange Commission and the 9/11 Commission will not say so. More than a few people must have had advance warning of the terror attacks, and they cashed in to the tune of millions of dollars.

 
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