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Title:
Collusion : how central bankers rigged the world
Author:
Prins, Nomi, author.
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Edition:
First edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Nation Books, 2018.

©2018
Physical Description:
xix, 358 pages ; 25 cm
Summary:
"Central banks and institutions like the IMF and the World Bank are overstepping the boundaries of their mandates by using the flow of money to control global markets and dictate economic policy both at the domestic and global level. These public institutions have become so dependent on funding from private banking and the revolving door between the two worlds is so smooth that public and private banks are effectively working toward the same goals. Packed with bold-faced names from the world of finance--from Janet Yellen, Mario Draghi, and Ben Bernanke to Christine Lagarde and Angela Merkel--Collusion sheds a bright light on the dark conspiracies and unsavory connections between what is ostensibly private and public banking and how it affects us"--
Language:
English
Contents:
Introduction -- Mexico : there's no wall against US financial crises -- Brazil : national politics meets the Federal Reserve meets China -- China : dragon rising -- Japan : conjured-money incubator -- Europe Part I : the Trichet files -- Europe Part II : the Draghi money machine -- Conclusion : the end is just the beginning.
ISBN:
9781568585628
Format :
Book

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