Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Jim Rogers on US-China trade war

From: RTAmerica  | Oct 4, 2011 
US lawmakers are going after China and accusing the country of manipulating currency. A bill recently cleared a hurdle in the Senate to impose tariffs on Chinese imports. Is this a political ploy or does Washington have a legitimate case? Could this turn into a trade war? Jim Rogers, investor and author, helps us sort through these issues.

Its Deja vu all over again for Europe's banks

From: Euronews  | Oct 4, 2011


China warns US of 'trade war'

From: Euronews  | Oct 4, 2011

Africa is the Prize - 'When China met Africa'

Uploaded by on Oct 2, 2011

In this edition of the show Russell reviews the film, When China Met Africa, directed by Mark Francis and Nick Francis.

American Awakening

From: PressTVGlobalNews  | Oct 3, 2011
Revolution in the making; this is the way some analysts are describing the Occupy Wall Street protests which have been taking place for more than two weeks in New York.

Now the demonstrations have spread to many other cities as Americans say that they are fed up. Protesters say they present 99 percent of the people in the country.

Ron Paul turns the debate on a dime

Let them drink domestic sparkling

Gold and Silver are Money, Green Dollars are NOT Money

By on Oct 3, 2011

And in the streets the battle continues

From: Euronews  | Oct 4, 2011

Stocks slide as EU ministers delay Greece decision

From: Euronews  | Oct 4, 2011 

Keiser Report: Deutschmark & Drachma Revival? (E192)

From: RussiaToday  | Oct 4, 2011 
This week Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, talk about bailouts, defaults and currency wars in Europe as one analyst suggests the return of the Deutschmark is imminent. In the second half of the show, Max Keiser interviews Steve Woolfe, City of London spokesman for the UK Independence Party, about his party's suggestion that Greece return to the drachma and regain the ability to address its own economic problems.

Grip on Greece tightens as €8 billion bailout held back

From: RussiaToday  | Oct 4, 2011  
Greece has once again been left hanging - this time until mid-November. Eurozone ministers have pushed back a decision on handing over more bailout cash. Athens has admitted it won't meet deficit deadlines, despite crippling cuts. But the Greek finance minister has said the nation can wait another month for a rescue.