A stock market gobbling up wealth in the middle of a punishing pandemic reminds Nomi Prins of a sci-fi classic about an invasion from Mars.
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COVID-19: The Great Depression & the Corona Shock
Nomi Prins compares four key factors — unemployment, the economy, the market, and the Federal Reserve’s response — in the crises then and now.
COVID-19: Wall Street Wins Again
Nomi Prins writes about bailouts in the time of the coronavirus.
COVID-19: The Fed, The Virus & Inequality
Recent years have taught us that the official responses to crises will ultimately help Wall Street and the markets, while leaving real people behind again, writes Nomi Prins.
Survival of the Richest
Nomi Prins tracks the acute worsening of inequality since the 2008 financial crisis.
Wall Street, Banks and Angry Citizens
The post-Great Recession economic “recovery” was largely reserved for participants in financial markets, not the majority working longer hours and multiple jobs, writes Nomi Prins.
The Donald in Wonderland
One question as we head to the November midterm elections, a referendum on the president, is: Could Donald Trump be a one-man version of either Enron or Lehman Brothers, someone who cooked “the books” until he implodes? asks Nomi Prins.