Money in immigration reform? And Celente blasts temple of money lenders
Fannie Mae’s one-off repayment to the Treasury of $59 billion for bailout money it took during the crisis, and the ‘Bloomberg-gate’ scandal continues, as financial heavyweights engage in dialogue with the embroiled market data provider. We also talk to Will McBride, chief economist at the Tax Foundation and Mike Coleman Washington's bureau chief of the Albuquerque Journal, New Mexcio's largest newspaper about the new immigration bill. Plus, Gerald Celente, publisher of the Trends Journal, talks about central bank policy, currency wars, and the state of US and European politics. Lastly, HSBC, Europe’s largest bank, now faces new money laundering charges in Argentina.
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