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Steve Mnuchin, Treasury Secretary: Goldman Sach Dominates the World

1/12/2016 – Article published previously in the blog “USA. And Emerging Markets “of CincoDí

In “Money and Power: How Goldman Sachs Came to Rule the World,” William Cohan argues that Goldman Sachs is the world’s most powerful organization (bank, sect, friends, power, whatever). Curious that, since Bill Clinton was president, almost all Treasury secretaries over 25 years, come from Goldman Sachs. The present, too: Steve Mnuchin.

Steve Mnuchin is a typical candidate for the post of Treasury Secretary. Like two ...

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Census on family wealth in the USA: joy for economists, disappointment for citizens

September 15th, 2016 – Article previously published in the blog “US and emerging markets “CincoDí

The US Bureau of Statistics released its report on US family incomes by 2015. The statistical median – different from the arithmetic mean – shows that incomes rose by 5.2 percent last year, Seventh of the economic recovery. The data is undeniable. The middle class, the same that Trump says has gone to the bust economically, has increased its income by 8%. The poorest 3.5 ...

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In defense of Hillary Clinton’s health and privacy

September 13th, 2016 – Article previously published in the blog “US and emerging markets “CincoDí

Hillary Clinton became ill on Sept. 11 in New York; Was transferred to the apartment of her daughter Chelsea, three blocks away from Ground Zero. There, Hillary was an hour and then, she went out smiling, saying that she was very well.

Her political enemies have for years – since the crash and crash on a plane in which she suffered a cerebral stroke – disqualifying ...

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Tribute to the victims of September 11th 2001: “I love you” in the voicemail

Today marks fifteen years of the tragedy. The Islamist terrorist group Al Qaeda, attacked with aircraft the financial center of New York and the United States, in Manhattan, destroying the twin towers and buildings adjacentes. Thousands of people were killed, others were injured physically and psychologically. Many people lost loved ones. And both the words “I love you” were the most listened to by those relatives and friends who lost theirs when they heard their voice messages on mobile. Those ...

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Elections in USA: National Security and International Political Economy

September 9th, 2016 – Article previously published in the blog “US and emerging markets “CincoDí

In America, they say that after the “Labor’s Day Weekend”, the last weekend, the presidential election campaign begins in earnest. In Spain, we soprende, because if our campaigns seem long, the US began in the spring of 2015. Summer has been plagued with rallies and television interviews. Previously, it had held primaries, with televised debates. In the United States the discussions have, from those who ...

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