The relationship between climate breakdown and a dysfunctional finance and insurance system Joao Camargo is a climate activist in grassroots movement Climaximo in Portugal and in the Climate Jobs campaign. He’s an environmental engineer and […]
In Switzerland, no one wants to talk about one of their biggest banks just collapsed. In Politico. Read the article HERE.
The insanity of doing the same thing over and over again. From Ann Pettifor’s substack. Read the article HERE.
European Central Bank chief Christine Lagarde’s claim that there is no trade-off between price stability and financial stability is evidently untrue and may come back to haunt her. Jordi Schröder Bosch is a researcher at […]
Silicon Valley Bank collapsed last month because there was a run on the bank and they didn’t have the assets to cover their customers deposits. They were trading insolvent, in other words, even though they […]
Durand writes in Sidecar about the meaning of the latest crisis of global finance. Read the article HERE.
An overview of where we are up to with the banking crisis, which may have years still to run Michael Roberts is an Economist in the City of London and a prolific blogger. Cross-posted from Michael Roberts’ […]
Incisive read explaining why Central Bank ‘solutions’ to the banking crisis aren’t actually fixing anything. Mareike Beck is a Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at King’s College London. Cross-posted from the LSE EUROPP blog Banking is […]