Australian Financial Review - Australian business, finance and technology publication. Provides a daily analysis of the latest news from the banking, finance and information technology sector, and breaking news from the business sector and the political arena.
Bank Director - Bank Director is written for directors of financial companies. Each quarterly issue focuses on information board members need on topics in banking - from mergers and acquisitions to retail strategies, compensation to technology - and features commentary from former FDIC chairman Bill Seidman and financial management guru Alex Sheshunoff.
Bank Systems and Technology - Information on the strategic use of technology for increased productivity and profitability in the banking industry.
DealBook - From the New York Times - mergers, acquisitions, venture capital, hedge funds.
Dealbreaker - Business headlines, news, and financial gossip.
Defend Democracy Press - A network of (mainly, but not exclusively) European intellectuals who oppose the attempt of international finance and big international corporations to impose a dictatorship all around Europe. Part of The Delphi Initiative. Supported by the World Forum of Alternatives, the Institute for Globalization Studies and Social Movements (Russia), the Lyssarides Foundation (Cyprus), the Athens Development and Governance Institute and the website Agora Dialogue.
Denninger, Karl - Public advocacy sites, blog, and forums stared by Karl Denninger.
Denver Post: Business - Denver and Colorado business and financial news, stock information and company analysis.
Financial Markets and Portfolio Management (FMPM) - The official publication of the Swiss Financial Analysts Association, FMPM addresses all areas of finance, concentrating on financial markets, portfolio theory and wealth management, asset pricing, risk management, and regulation. The journal serves as a bridge between innovative research and its practical applications. FMPM publishes academic and applied research articles, shorter Perspectives," book reviews, and survey articles dedicated to current topics of interest to the financial community.
Institutional Investor - Editorial information from Institutional Investor magazine plus full access to industry-standard, benchmark rankings and ratings.
International Journal of Finance and Banking Studie(IJFBS) - A peer-reviewed, free, open access and refereed academic journal published online quarterly by the Society for the Study of Business and Finance. IJFBS publishes manuscripts in the fields of business, banking, economics and accounting. Topics covers asset pricing, corporate finance, banking, loans, risk management, marketing and public relations, market microstructure, behavioral finance, experimental finance, law and finance, international finance, financial institutions, performance evaluation, finance in emerging and less developed economies, İslamic finance, equity analysis and valuation, venture capital and initial public offerings, portfolio management, stock performances, economic development, analysis, theory and so on.
Journal of Commerce - Daily reports on finance, global trade, imports, exports, transportation, foreign investments and markets, logistics, energy, insurance, electronic communications, energy, finance, chemicals and commodities.
Kaiser Report - Timothy Maxwell "Max" Keiser (born January 23, 1960) is an American broadcaster and film-maker. He hosts Keiser Report with financial news and analysis, a program broadcast on RT. The 30-minute program is produced three times a week. Stacy Herbert ( recently announced on a July 2012 episode as his fiancee) is the co-host and banters with Max on headlines and commentary. Each episode is divided into two parts. In the first half Max and Stacy discuss a concurrent topic and comment on financial media reports and commentary. The second half features a guest being interviewed by Max Keiser.
Reuters Breakingviews - Financial stories as they break in the United States, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Rortybomb - Mike Konczal's blog on financial reform, the 21st century economy, unemployment, inequality, access to financial services and what it means to have a social contract in a financialized, post-industrial economy.
Wall Street on Parade - Helping the investing public better understand systemic corruption on Wall Street.
Web of Debt - A 'virtual community' of armchair money reformers and their thoughts on fixing the system. Maintained by Ellen Brown, the author of Web of Debt, a book about money, where it comes from and how it is manipulated.
Where's Our Money - Harvey Rosenfield has been fighting to protect consumers and taxpayers against rip-offs and abuse for thirty years.
Zero Hedge - Financial, economic and political information.
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