MaxKeiserTV on Nov 2, 2011
Global stock markets have plunged over Greece’s shock announcement that it would hold a referendum on an EU bailout deal.
The decision has raised fears that a rejection of the unpopular EU agreement will renew risks of a Greek default and might even force the country to leave the eurozone.
Press TV talks with Max Keiser, a financial journalist and broadcaster in Paris, to get his view on the issue.
PressTVGlobalNews on Nov 5, 2011
In this edition of the show Max interviews Satyajit Das, author of Extreme Money.
He talks about the global economic crisis and the recent credit crunch.
RussiaToday on Nov 5, 2011
This week Max Keiser and co-host, Stacy Herbert, discuss error accounts and accounting ‘errors,’ like misplacing $700 million or finding $78 billion. Only GIABOzilla can save the day! In the second half of the show, Max Keiser interviews James Howard Kunstler about political awakening that an absence of justice could turn into a new Jacobin style uprising.
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