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[KR1464] Keiser Report: A rivalry turned ‘financial war’

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the looming ‘financial war’ between the US and China and why it could lead China (and other nations) to develop other independent clearing systems to avoid the weaponized dollar. In the second half, Max talks to Tyson Slocum about the curious case of a mysterious buyer for El Paso Electric and what it means in a day and age when more and more of public companies are going private. Are we in another period of robber barons? They also discuss the situation out west with PG&E in California. [embedded content]

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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max and Stacy discuss the looming ‘financial war’ between the US and China and why it could lead China (and other nations) to develop other independent clearing systems to avoid the weaponized dollar.

In the second half, Max talks to Tyson Slocum about the curious case of a mysterious buyer for El Paso Electric and what it means in a day and age when more and more of public companies are going private. Are we in another period of robber barons? They also discuss the situation out west with PG&E in California.

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