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blog.milesfranklin.com / By Andrew Hoffman / July 22nd, 2014
THE ROAD TO HYPERINFLATION, IN SIMPLE PICTURES
Sometimes, even the most poetic, concise text doesn’t do justice to simple graphics. Sure, I could write of this weekend’s dangerous expansion of “Cold War II” – which we can only pray doesn’t turn “hot”; [...]
theeconomiccollapseblog.com / By Michael Snyder / July 21st, 2014
In general, over the last several decades the world has experienced an unprecedented era of peace and prosperity. The opening up of relations with China and the “end of the Cold War” resulted in an extended period of cooperation between east and west that [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 07/15/2014 18:36
As Pepe Escobar explains, way beyond economy and finance, this is essentially about geopolitics – as in emerging powers offering an alternative to the failed Washington consensus. Or, as consensus apologists say, the BRICS may be able to “alleviate challenges” they face from the “international financial system”.
There was a fairly obvious hit on the metals today, to add a bit to the declines experienced yesterday.Unless you are daytrading this type of thing ought not to be of any great concern. The miners were certainly taken out to the woodshed on these antics.It was a bit [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 07/15/2014 14:38
As we suggested last night, the anti-dollar alliance among the BRICS has successfully created a so-called “mini-IMF.” As Putin explains, this is part of “a system of measures that would help prevent the harassment of countries that do not agree with some foreign policy decisions [...]
blog.milesfranklin.com / By Bill Holter / July 15th, 2014
Last week was full of news but the obvious in importance was the news out of Espirito Santo bank of Portugalhttp://www.chicagotribune.com/business/sns-rt-us-espiritosanto-esfg-20140710,0,5483314.story. This is Portugal’s largest bank and they missed a bond payment, their stock had been halved in the last month prior to being [...]
What role does the United States play in the gold market? The United States is, after the European Union, the largest holder of gold reserves, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). Besides China, Russia, India and the European Union, the United States is one [...]
silver-coin-investor.com / Dr. Jeffrey Lewis / Jul 10, 2014
Despite the persistence of the recovery meme, financial markets are more fragile to risk than ever before. On top of this, witness the slow creep of policy disguised as regulation. It comes for the low hanging fruits. The final labors of society. What lies [...]
China and the BRICS are moving to establish counter-institutions tounseat the power of the Asian Development bank, the World bank and the IMF. With $100 billion in capital, the new Shanghai based BRIC bank will eclipse the Japanese controlled Asia Development bank [...]
zerohedge.com / Originally posted at NotQuant.com / 07/08/2014 17:00
As most Fed watchers know, last week was interesting because Janet Yellen, speaking at IMF came out and said something quite surprising. In a nutshell, she said “It’s not the Fed’s job to pop bubbles”. While many market participants immediately took this to mean, “To [...]
On the Forex markets the dollar is becoming a joke. Many countries have already agreed to trade products like oil in other currencies, for example. There is nothing wrong with that in itself, but it does undermine the position of the dollar as a world reserve currency.
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 07/02/2014 12:27
Goldman Sachs listened (and read) Janet Yellen’s remarks at The IMF and see them “generally in line.” Despite waffling on for minutes about risk management and monitoring, no one at The Fed has mentioned the total carnage in the repo market, spike in fails-to-deliver, and record [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 07/02/2014 11:00
Alongside that other canard of global monetary machinations, Christine Lagarde (who oddly declared earlier that “the global economy will not return to ‘pre-crisis’ world” and asked if central banks need a ‘financial stability goal’ -mandating a market “put” of sorts); Fed head Janet Yellen will be [...]
marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / June 30, 2014
This Great Graphic, created on Bloomberg, shows the euro-yen (white line) and dollar-yen (yellow line) over the past three months indexed to April 1. What it seems to show is that euro-yen has been leading dollar-yen. The euro tends to peak and bottom before the dollar [...]
armstrongeconomics.com / By Martin Armstrong / June 30, 2014
Things are starting to get chaotic. It is very interesting that the Fed is concerned about liquidity in the world’s most liquid market. This dovetails into the IMF proposal. While the IMF is suggesting that government simply extend maturity of government debt unilaterally to prevent [...]
silverdoctors.com / BY LARRY WHITE / JUNE 25, 2014
Can the financial authorities compel private debt holders (and also regular bank account owners) to give up their rights to make claims for the full value of their asset when a default takes place? The answer to this question has huge implications worldwide as the risk [...]
testosteronepit.com / By Wolf Richter / JUNE 23, 2014 AT 1:41AM
The IMF was lulled into its comfort zone by worldwide central-bank money-printing to bail out and enrich bondholders, bank investors, counterparties, and other investors via the masterful creation of magnificent asset bubbles. Now it’s waking up to the reality that the Fed, [...]
trueeconomics.blogspot.com / Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev / Saturday, June 21, 2014
IMF paper, published yesterday now fully admits that the Fund has ‘waived’ its own core requirements for lending under the core programmes in euro area ‘periphery’. More importantly, the criteria for lending that was violated by the Fund is… the requirement that “public debt be [...]
goldmoney.com / By Alasdair Macleod / 20 June 2014
With the Eurozone going to the extreme of negative interest rates and the IMF belatedly revising downwards their expectations of US economic growth, deflation is now the favoured buzzword. It is time to untangle myth from reality and put deflation in context.
silver-coin-investor.com / By Dr. Jeffrey Lewis / Jun 18, 2014
The financial powers, in the name of government treasuries (along with the IMF) have a keen eye trained on the lowest hanging fruits of monetary assets. What was once unthinkable is fast becoming a reality as bail-ins promise to morph into the [...]
armstrongeconomics.com / By Martin Armstrong / June 13, 2014
The IMF warns against financial problems in the Swedish economy. The government needs to urgently curb private debt home buying warns the IMF. If the property prices fall, Sweden threaten economic turmoil.
The recent data indicate that household debt ratios are high across all income [...]
blog.milesfranklin.com / By Bill Holter / June 10th, 2014
I know that you’re probably wondering about the title “…And It’s Gone.” I wanted to write further about the “missing metals” in China and how quickly we could see the machine go into reverse because of the leverage, size and amount of players involved. [...]
Christine Lagarde admits that the International Monetary Fund “got it wrong” when it chastised the British government’s austerity plans. One year ago the IMF’s chief economist Oliver Blanchard claimed the U.K. was “playing with fire” by cutting its budget.
testosteronepit.com / Don Quijones / SATURDAY, MAY 31, 2014 AT 10:45PM
By Don Quijones, freelance writer and translator in Barcelona, Spain. Raging Bull-Shit is his modest attempt to challenge the wishful thinking and scrub away the lathers of soft soap peddled by our political and business leaders and their loyal mainstream media.
"Only a tiny fraction of the contents of that box is actually food. Your ancestors would not recognize this as food at all. If you dare to eat this, you are consuming a food substitute that is being passed off to you because there is no food left for the likes of us. Most of what is being sold in the grocery store is NOT ACTUALLY FOOD. It is food-like substances. It is a pile of chemicals masquerading as food to satiate hunger and deceive those who consume it into believing that they are eating food and ingesting nutrients. The illustration looks like the food that the substance inside all of the packaging is supposed to taste like. Perhaps it is a juicy roast beef dinner with mashed potatoes, savory gravy, and carrots. Your brain processes this visual stimuli and expects that the substance contained within is indeed “food.” But it isn’t. It’s a scam. People go to the store to buy food, but they are sold something else, something that only pretends to be food." - Daisy Luther, nutritionalanarchy