Financial domination is a new term that describes how the power structure has taken over the financial services industry and the financial sector.
In essence, it’s the ability of one person or group of people to control the way money flows in and out of the financial system.
The power structure holds financial institutions like the US Federal Reserve and the Bank of England to ransom for their own financial services.
The most important of these financial institutions are the Federal Reserve, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), and the World Bank.
Together they control the world’s money supply.
And they control who gets to run those financial institutions and the decisions they make.
They control the money supply as well.
But they are not alone in their ability to do this.
The BIS has its own agenda and its own power.
The United States and Europe are in the midst of a financial crisis, and financial markets are reeling.
This crisis has a direct impact on the financial markets.
The world is in a state of economic and financial instability.
Inflation has risen by 20% since 2009.
Financial institutions have experienced sharp losses.
And investors are panicked.
They are taking their money out of banks and into other financial vehicles, like bond and stock market.
And when a major financial crisis occurs, the result is a major slowdown in the economy.
As a result, the U.S. Federal Reserve is running out of cash to lend to its customers.
This is a huge crisis for the United States.
The U.K. and other major economies are also facing a financial crunch.
The world’s biggest financial institutions need to get back on their feet quickly.
And in a desperate effort to find the answers, they have been using financial leverage.
These are the tools that they are using to control markets and to control money flows.
In the United Kingdom, the BIS is in charge of the creation and funding of a new kind of credit.
It is called quantitative easing (QE), and it is the only way to finance the Federal Government.
The Treasury Department, the British Parliament, and the Treasury are the central agencies responsible for QE.
Quantitative easing involves borrowing money at a high rate, usually in the trillions of dollars.
The government buys back shares of its own stock, and that stock is sold back to the private sector, with the proceeds going to the central bank.
The central bank then uses the money it has borrowed to buy back stock and other assets.
It then makes interest payments to the stockholders, in the form of interest on the debt that the central banks created.
The money is then used to fund government spending and the buying up of other assets in the public sector.QE is a way for central banks to create money out to a certain level.
And the central bankers can then sell it back to investors in the hope that it will help the economy grow.
The more money that is created, the faster the economy can grow.
When interest rates rise, the economy loses money.
This can happen because when people borrow to buy things, they tend to buy more expensive things and sell them at a loss.
But if interest rates are low, people tend to spend more, and businesses are able to grow.
This allows the economy to grow more quickly.
The problem is that people tend not to spend what they have and invest what they do have.
This tends to depress the economy, and this causes inflation.
The British government is in the process of trying to reduce its deficit, and so the Treasury has begun to sell some of its stock in the banks.
This means that the government is getting more money out, which in turn is helping the economy through the financial crisis.
But it is also causing a drop in the value of the currency.
This has also led to a sharp drop in real wages in the United Kingdoms.
The U.A.E. is in an economic crisis as a result of the Brexit vote, and they are now struggling to find ways to get money out from the banks and back into the economy as quickly as possible.
So the government has created an instrument called the Sovereign Debt Relief Scheme (SDRS).
This is an attempt to make up for the losses from the Brexit by providing a financial injection to the economy and the banks in a way that is not as disruptive as the QE programs.
The aim of the SDRS is to get a certain amount of money into the banks as quickly and as widely as possible, so that they can get the money back into circulation as quickly.
The first part of the program is the Bankers’ Bonus.
This scheme is to give bankers a bonus of up to 50% of the amount they earn.
It means that if you earn 10,000 pounds a year in the financial industry, you get a bonus worth between 3 and 5% of that amount.
It’s a fairly small amount, but it’s a lot of money.
And it means that bankers have a lot more freedom to spend their