- RT America
Three employees at JP Morgan, the largest bank in the US, have been charged under the RICO act for “spoofing the market.” They made millions for the bank by defrauding other market participants, including their own customers. The defendants include the head of the bank’s precious metals desk. RT America’s Michele Greenstein (in for Rick Sanchez) has the details. Then Peter Schiff of Euro Pacific Capital shares his insights. He agrees that JP Morgan was “rigging prices for a profit” in order to acquire an “unfair edge.” Despite Yemeni Houthis taking credit for the recent attack on Saudi oil facilities, the Trump administration seems bent on placing blame on Iran. RT’s Caleb Maupin reports. Then former US weapons inspector and author Scott Ritter weighs in on Washington’s reckless saber-rattling. Israel’s snap election left neither Benjamin Netanyahu nor his opposition with enough seats to build a decisive coalition. We examine what this means for the future of Israel and Palestine. Plus, using hockey to raise awareness about the threat of climate change.