Archive for July 2012
Will a four-year probe of potential price manipulation in the silver market may be completed in September? That's what U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commissioner Bart Chilton said this week.
Also, Britain recession looks much worse than originally thought. The guys discuss on today's show.
This week marked the last confrontation between Ron Paul and Ben Bernanke. When Bernanke testified before the U.S. House of Representatives' Financial Services Committee, he said that passage of the bill into law would create a "nightmare scenario".
Bernanke said, "There's a lot of evidence that an independent central bank that makes decisions based strictly on economic considerations and not based on political pressure will deliver lower inflation and better economic results in the longer term."
But what does the evidence really show? The guys discuss this in today's show.
TODAY on The Freedom News Hour - Surviving Meltdown, the European Central Bank stopped paying an interest at all on overnight deposits by member banks. Overnight deposits plummeted. Does this mean that lending will pick up?