Monthly Archives: June 2014
Today at 11:40 local (Bulgaria) time in Sofia, there was reported a bank run on the Corporate Commercial Bank AD (CCB). At that time the Bulgarian National Bank received a written notice from the management of CCB that CCB’s liquidity … Continue reading
Are your assets safe from government seizure in the bank or a custodial account? If you have a safety deposit box or even a rarely used account, you may want to make sure you are aware of the law in … Continue reading
What is something most economists agree on? Innovation drives economic growth and prosperity; most also agree that the rate of new innovation is decelerating, but a few disagree strongly. And, while many economists argue that monetary policy has little influence … Continue reading
Are you an employer? If so, you may want to consider carefully the line between company policy and individual freedom, particularly when it comes to mandatory vaccinations. In a recent New Jersey case, a three-judge panel sided against an employer … Continue reading
What is NIRP? Negative Interest Rates! Yesterday June 5th, 2014, was historic. It is the first time “official” negative interest rates have been implemented by a central bank. NIRP was implemented yesterday by the European Central Bank on 18 nations. … Continue reading
Join Adrian Eddleman the next three afternoons (June 2nd – June 4th), 5pm -7pm as he guest hosts on West Tennessee’s TJ Network, 1390 am, 94 fm, or on the web: http://www.wtjs.com/. Call in at 731-423-0139.