Swiss Banking Laws Key To Rescuing Wall Street and Consumers?

In a recent move, Switzerland’s second largst bank, Credit Suisse, has agreed to buy back more than half a billion dollars in securities and a hefty fine of fifteeen million dollars. The settlement arose due to an investigation by New York’s Attorney Genera;, Andrew Cuomo. The agreement stipulates that Credit Suisse will buy back securities from “individuals, . . . → Read More: Swiss Banking Laws Key To Rescuing Wall Street and Consumers?

Defend the Gold Standard

Nice reply to Michael Sesi’s Bloomberg piece “Gold Standard Fans Yearn for Great Depression” by Robert P. Murphy of the Mises Institute:

But that is clearly not what Sesit is arguing in his Bloomberg piece. No, he is arguing that the gold standard is a bad idea because it keeps the central bankers from . . . → Read More: Defend the Gold Standard