teapartyeconomist.com / via straitstimes.com on November 26, 2014
Not many Americans know that NATO was the first defense treaty the United States entered after the annulment of the 1778 treaty with France back in 1800. NATO is part of the post-war New World Order.
NATO has no military function today. It has an “annoy the […]
farmwars.info / Barbara H. Peterson / Nov 24, 2014
Look out people, here come da SHAFT!
Aaaahhh… trade deals. An opportunity for the corporate leaders of the world to stick it to the little guys once again.
In this case the latest contender in the battle against food freedom in the form of “free trade […]
theautomaticearth.com / by Raúl Ilargi Meijer / November 25, 2014
US Q3 GDP was revised up by the BEA to 3.89%, but that’s no longer what financial markets react to. They sit and wait for more QE somewhere on the planet to be doled out. Will Americans, if they see this at all, take […]
marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / November 25, 2014
EC President Juncker is set to unveil a new investment program. It sounds good: a fiscal complement to the monetary policy stance of the ECB. Expectations are running high that the ECB will move to more aggressively expand its balance sheet, record low bond yields in […]
davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by David Stockman / November 25, 2014
From Newsmax Finance
The global financial system has come unglued, and the opening waves of competitive currency devaluations by Japan and China are bound to wash up on U.S. shores, according to David Stockman, White House budget chief during the Reagan administration.
In a column on […]
zerohedge.com / by Daniel Hannan / 11/25/2014 08:16 -0500
I love the idea that prosperity can be decreed by a G20 communiqué. World leaders in Brisbane have airily committed themselves to two per cent growth. (Why only two per cent? Why not 20 per cent? Or 200 per cent? Who knew it was so […]
globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / By Mike “Mish” Shedlock / November 23, 2014
Statements from various high-ranking central bank officials prove they are totally clueless.
For example, please consider an announcement today by European Central Bank (ECB) Vice President Vitor Constancio: Europe not at risk of full-blown deflation.
During a debate in central Italy, Constancio said he […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 11/23/2014 20:20
Still convinced it’s different this time? Think again… these 9 charts suggest Europe is very much on its way to Japan… and remember Japan was doing QE through this period too…
zerohedge.com / By Luke Eastwood / 11/23/2014 11:35
Much has been made of the decision by the Japanese government to inject another $700 billion into their ailing economy. While some may see this as an earnest attempt to save Japan from further stagnation and deflation, even some of the mainstream media (e.g. Bloomberg) are questioning […]
NPC Newsstand with Out-of-Town Papers, Washington DC 1925
theautomaticearth.com / by Raúl Ilargi Meijer / November 22, 2014
“If China does decelerate well below 7% in 2015, an oil price target in the $30 to $40 range is completely realistic.”
• Cheap Oil May Be A Sign Of Bigger Problems (MarketWatch)
While there is […]
tfmetalsreport.com / By Turd Ferguson / November 20, 2014
Our pal, Koos Jansen, sent over this link earlier today. With the vote on the Swiss Gold Initiative looming on the 30th of this month, it’s quite interesting to see how the discussion is being framed in Europe.
This clip is only seven […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 11/20/2014 20:54
First the Japanese central bank proceeds to monetize all new debt issuance and is on route to holding 50% of all 10 Year bond equivalents within 2 years, sending the Yen year plummeting to 7 years lows daily, and then – just like Europe – Japan […]
armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / November 20, 2014
The more the economic conditions decline, the more abuse we see coming from those who work for the government in Greece. The Greek police send in battalions to hunt people they suspect may organize the people. This is not something that the public will […]
gata.org / By A. Ananthalakshmi / 2014-11-20 13:13
They must not yet have heard about the Bank for International Settlements and the Exchange Stabilization Fund.
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By A. Ananthalakshmi Reuters Thursday, November 20, 2014
SINGAPORE — Some of the biggest price moves in gold since late October have, unusually, occurred in Asian hours […]
theautomaticearth.com / by Raúl Ilargi Meijer / November 19, 2014
I was reading this letter to his fund investors by Hugh Hendry, a very intelligent and probably slightly autistic fund manager I’ve liked a lot forever and a day and have written about quite a bit in the past, and it got me […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 11/19/2014 13:53
One of the more prevalent myths in recent weeks is that just because everyone who manages money hates Europe, which recently entered a triple-dip recession if one excludes the “contribution” to GDP from hookers and blow, then it must be a good buy. After all, the […]
mises.ca / by Patrick Barron / November 19th, 2014
From today’s Open Europe news summary:
In an interview with RTL, Dutch Finance Minister Jeroen Dijsselbloem admitted that the Dutch government looked at what would happen if plans to save the euro “didn’t succeed”. His predecessor Jan Kees de Jager added separately that the Netherlands […]
kingworldnews.com / November 18, 2014
Today KWN is putting out a special piece which features two remarkable charts revealing the greatest opportunity in the war in the gold and silver markets. These are charts that the big banks follow closely, as well as big money and savvy professionals. David P. out of Europe sent […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 11/18/2014 11:07
So far the ECB’s attempts to stimulate the Eurozone economy with relentless jawboning have been a failure as absent the GDP boost from “drugs and prostitution”, Europe would be in a triple-dip recession by now. Furthermore, while its recent foray into covered bond purchases is commendable, the […]