Publisher’s Must Reads
- The Deutsche Bank-Trump Connection: Why House Probe Abruptly Shut Down
- This Is Not Normal: Markets, Elon Musk and Donald Trump
- JPMorgan Paid a Board Member $532,500 in 2016; Now the Board is Getting a 25 Percent Cash Pay Hike
- If Toys ‘R’ Us Closes Its Stores, 36,000 U.S. Workers Could Lose Their Jobs
- As Cable News Obsesses Over a Porn Star, Senate Prepares to Put the Next Wall Street Crash in Motion
- Will Gary Cohn’s Departure Lead Trump to the Full Koch Agenda?
- Boeing Is the Elephant in the Room in Trump’s Tariff War
- Democrats Gutting Wall Street Reform? Follow the Money.
- Citigroup’s Loan to Kushner: The Devil Is in the Details of Citi’s Sordid History
- Stockman: $1.8 Trillion in New Treasury Debt Will Hit Bond Pits “Like a Tornado”
- Is Dow Component GE the Victim of Wall Street’s Dark Conflicts?
- What Was JPMorgan Doing in its Dark Pools During the 2,000-Point Plunge Week?
- Puerto Rico – Here’s Why the New York Fed Does Not Feel Your Pain
- An Open Message to Parkland Students: Don’t Underestimate the Enemy
- Is that Cartel of Wall Street Lawyers Fixing Bank CEO Pay?
- Alarm Bells Sounded on Wall Street’s Derivatives
- Wall Street’s Regulators Move Deeper Into Darkness Under Trump
- Have You Heard of Goldman Sachs’ Theory Called the “Balanced Bear”?
- Volatility: Has Wall Street Found One More Index It Can Rig?
- Rumors Grow that the U.S. Fed is Propping Up the Stock Market
- These Fears Are Overhanging the Stock Market
- Yesterday’s Stock Market Plunge Saw Indiscriminate Dumping of Stocks
- Did Wall Street Get Hacked, Back Away or Just Get Overwhelmed on Monday?
- Flash Crashes: Small Investors Are Being Crushed by Wall Street
- Stock Market Panics on Treasury Yields, Fed and Trump’s Domestic Wars
- Kochtopus Wants the Little Guy to Buy Stocks as the Market Plunges
- As SEC Chair’s Family Grows Rich from Corporate Secrecy Firm, U.S. Named #2 Facilitator of Illicit Money
- Wall Street’s Top Cop Can’t Shake Money Ties to Mysterious Firm
- Stocks Dive as Treasury Yields Set Off Alarm Bells
- JPMorgan’s Most Admired Bank Award: General Public Had No Say
- Meet the Conflicted Team that Could Prosecute Trump-Russia Charges
- Did U.S. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin Give Dollar Shorts a Wink in Davos?
- That Goldman Sachs Guy Is Dragging Trump and His Cabinet to Davos
- Meet Don and Shannon McGahn: Trump’s Regulatory Chainsaw Couple
- Rising Treasury Yields Pose Risk for Those Over-Weighted in Stocks
- Citigroup: The Poster Child of Bad Mortgages
- Gallup Poll: U.S. Is Dramatically Losing Global Respect
- Just How Big a Player Is the Federal Reserve in the Stock Market?
- Trump: “Defining Deviancy Down” With Lots of Takers
- Nomi Prins’ New Book: Central Banks Have Become the Markets
- Federal Reserve Reform Upstaged by Trump’s Potty Mouth
- Wall Street Bank with Three Felonies Sends Employee to Head SEC Trading Division
- Can a Serially Troubled Wall Street Bank Grow By Shrinking?
- We Agree: Oprah Don’t Do It
- Shhh! Trump’s Wall Street Regulators Keep Public in the Dark
- Trump’s Lawyer Threatens a Book Publisher: It Backfires Big Time
- Wall Street On Parade Responds to New Publisher at New York Times
- Protest Planned for 5:30 Today at Twitter HQ Over Trump Nuclear Tweet
- Fascinating Stuff that Won’t Be in Former FBI Director James Comey’s Book
- It’s Official: Government Report Says Market Risks are “High and Rising”
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By Pam Martens: January 13, 2014 Last week JPMorgan Chase paid $2.6 billion in fines and restitution, signed a deferred prosecution agreement and walked away from their 22-year involvement with Bernie Madoff’s Ponzi scheme. But according to court documents filed in 2011 by the Trustee of the Madoff victims’ fund, Irving Picard, this was not a simple case of poor risk management at JPMorgan. This was an operation structured like those Russian nesting dolls, with … Continue reading
In-depth research on public interest topics frequently ignored by corporate media. (For most recent reports, scroll to the end.) Maria Bartiromo and the Co-Branding of CNBC and Citigroup: February 2, 2007 The cozy nexus between CNBC and Citigroup, the company on which it is supposed to be providing objective reporting. Madoff and the SEC’s Revolving Door: August 31, 2009 …the background of the member of the team heading up the Inspector General’s Office of Investigations, J. … Continue reading
By Pam Martens and Russ Martens: November 13, 2017 A man holding one of the most important and powerful jobs for keeping the U.S. banking system safe from another epic crash like that of 1929 and 2008 has tongues wagging over the bizarre speech he delivered at the Clearing House Annual Conference last Wednesday in New York. Keith Noreika is the acting head of the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency (OCC), the Federal agency … Continue reading
By Pam Martens: November 12, 2014 Two U.S. and three foreign banks have been charged with rigging the foreign exchange market where $5.3 trillion changes hands daily and have settled civil claims for $3.3 billion. (The charges are very similar to those in the rigging of the international interest rate benchmark known as Libor.) Additional charges and settlements by other regulators are expected to follow before the end of the year. The U.S.-based Commodity Futures … Continue reading
By Pam Martens and Russ Martens: August 13, 2014 Helen Davis Chaitman is a nationally recognized litigator and author of The Law of Lender Liability. And she is two other things as well – a Bernie Madoff victim who lost a large part of her life savings to his Ponzi scheme and the tenacious lawyer who represented other victims of his fraud in district and appellate courts. Now, together with attorney Lance Gotthoffer, Chaitman has written … Continue reading