Central Banks

On 19 October 1987, stock markets all around the world capitulated. It was called “Black Monday”. And its chilling effect led central banks to conclude markets could no longer be trusted. So they assumed control. Since then they have done all they can to try and bend markets to their will, rolling out one extreme monetary policy after another. We show you how we believe this dangerous experiment will play out.

Latest Central Banks articles

A $92 billion scam

In today’s Capital & Conflict… scamming your way to a $92 billion “profit”… why our monetary system is built on shaky foundations… a simple way to make $3,000… the final nail in the coffin for the media… and more. Two…

View this article

The One Thing Team Trump Will Fight Hardest to Prevent

BALTIMORE – Bloomberg reports that a panel of Nobel Prize-winning economists has given Donald Trump’s economic policies the thumbs down. Professor and former World Bank chief economist Joseph Stiglitz summed up the views of the panel, which “included his fellow…

View this article

The Man Who Could Have Stopped the Bubble

BALTIMORE – Again, the Dow was scheduled to go over the psychologically important 20,000-point mark yesterday. And again, it backed off. We are studying the life and times of former Fed chief Alan Greenspan. Not that we expect to discover…

View this article

Copyright © Southbank Investment Research 2017. All rights reserved

Southbank Investment Research. Registered office: 8th Floor, Friars Bridge Court, 41-45 Blackfriars Road, London SE1 8NZ. Registered in England and Wales with company no. 9539630 and VAT no. GB 629 7287 94.

Terms & conditions | Privacy & cookie policy | Contact us | Top ↑