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Mexico’s Economy Reels from a Blast from the Past

wolfstreet.com / by Don Quijones / May 27, 2017

Inflation suddenly takes off.

“Green gold.” That’s the new name Mexicans have given to avocado, one of the country’s staple foods and most important agricultural exports. Unlike real gold, the price of green gold is soaring, having more than doubled in the last year alone, […]

A Panoply of Positive Divergences

financialsense.com / BY KURT KALLAUS / 05/24/2017

Bull markets in stocks tend to rise in the face of a wall of worry. For years we have been hearing about this overvalued stock market – it’s lasted too long, risen too far, printing money will lead to inflation, margin debt is too high, we are […]

BBC Anchor Admits “Europe Has To Get Used To Bombings”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / May 23, 2017 5:15 PM

A very sad but awfully truthful 30-second reality check from a female BBC host speaking on MSNBC…

“Europe is getting used to attacks like this…we have to because we are never going to be able to totally wipe this out… as ISIS […]

CNN Analyst Suggests Manchester Bombing Was A False Flag: “Right-Wing Extremists Have Tried To Frame Islamists For Terrorism”

shtfplan.com / Mac Slavo / May 23rd, 2017

Whenever there is a mass killing of any kind in Europe, every reasonable person jumps to the same conclusion every time. They assume that the attack was committed by a Muslim, and it’s not an outlandish assumption to make. Nine times out of ten they are […]

Podcast: Using a Supercomputer to Trade the Market

financialsense.com / FS STAFF / 05/23/2017

What happens when supercomputers trade the markets?

Last week, we spoke with Didier Sornette, director of the Financial Crisis Observatory at ETH Zurich, who uses one of Europe’s most powerful supercomputers to scan financial assets around the globe for unsustainable price movements—”bubble signals”—which, when combined with fundamental analysis, is […]

Europe’s Blinkered Leaders: Shielding Themselves From Reality Again

zerohedge.com / by Judith Bergmann via The Gatestone Institute / May 23, 2017

Shielding heads of state from seeing the consequences of the policies that they themselves have forced on the entire European continent represents a staggering new level of hypocrisy. Why do the citizens of Europe need to ‘broaden their horizons,’ while the […]

Total Airplane Laptop Ban Coming or Not? What are the Issues?

mishtalk.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / May 18, 2017

Following intelligence reports that ISIS may be planning to attack airlines with laptop computers rigged as bombs, Trump initiated a ban on laptops on some flights from some airports.

Rumors had it that the ban was going to be extended to make things “uniformly fair”.

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US Volatility Spikes To 21-Month Highs (Relative To Europe)

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / May 18, 2017 4:15 AM

Today’s sudden ‘Minsky Moment’ in markets has pushed US equity risk perceptions to their highest relative to Europe since August 2015, back to old ‘norms’.

As Bloomberg notes, U.S. politics are taking center stage as risks recede in Europe following the French presidential […]

Carmageddon: All 3 Major Auto Markets Contract YoY For The First Time Since January 2009

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / May 17, 2017

For the first time since January 2009, sales of cars declined year-over-year in all three of the world’s largest auto markets of Western Europe (-6.8%), China (-1.8%) and the United States (-3.7%). Combined, these three markets account for roughly 70% of the world’s auto sales […]

Markozy, Merde, and now Meron

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / May 17, 2017

German Chancellor Merkel is one of the outstanding leaders of our era. She leads the world’s fourth largest economy, which is still the locomotive for Europe. Recent state elections and polls leave little doubt that barring some kind of shock, she will be re-elected as […]

Hackers Unleash Second NSA-Developed Cyber-Weapon On Dark Web

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / May 16, 2017 10:33 AM

While a second variant of the WannaCry(pt) ransomware (based on NSA’s EternalBlue exploit) was spreading across the globe yesterday, The FT reports criminal hacking groups have repurposed a second classified cyber weapon stolen from US spies and have made it available on the […]

Greenback and Dollar Bloc Lose Ground to Europe and Yen

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / May 16, 2017

Dollar selling pressure emerged at the end of last week, partly in response to disappointing US economic data. This selling pressure carried over into yesterday’s activity. It appeared to have been trying to stabilize yesterday in the North American session. News that President Trump may […]

Key Events In The Coming Quiet Week: US Industrial Production In Focus

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / May 15, 2017 8:30 AM

It is a relatively quiet week for economic news in the and Eurozone with focus turning to UK data, Japan 1Q GDP, inflation in Canada & Australia’s employment report. Norway GDP should show continued improvement and the Riksbank proposal on a new policy target […]

Softer Dollar and Yen to Start the Week

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / May 15, 2017

The US dollar has opened the week softer against the major currencies, except for the Japanese yen. The disappointing US inflation and retail sales data before the weekend have not been shrugged off, even though the US 10-year yield is a little higher and expectations […]

“Over 200,000 Infected”: Europol Fears Global Systems May Not Start Monday After “Unrivalled” Cyberattack

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / May 14, 2017

There was a silver lining in what has been dubbed the “world’s biggest ransomware attack” – it struck on Friday mid-afternoon (in Europe), just as businesses were winding down for the weekend, and as a result the full impact of the forced system shutdowns […]

Is Communist Speech Free Speech?

mises.org / Andrew Syrios / May 13, 2017

Last month, former Vermont governor Howard Dean announced that “hate speech is not protected by the first amendment.” Specifically, Dean was opposing a proposed speaking engagement for columnist Ann Coulter, whose ideas are apparently so offensive to Dean, that even the most fundamental freedoms cannot be […]

24 Hours Later: “Unprecedented” Fallout From “Biggest Ransomware Attack In History”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / May 13, 2017

24 hours after it first emerged, it has been called the first global, coordinated ransomware attack using hacking tools developed by the NSA, crippling over a dozen hospitals across the UK, mass transit around Europe, car factories in France and the UK, universities in China, […]

Buchanan Asks “What Is America’s Goal In The World?”

zerohedge.com / by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org / May 12, 2017 8:05 PM

For the World War II generation there was clarity.

The attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec 7, 1941, united the nation as it had never been before — in the conviction that Japan must be smashed, no matter how long it took or […]

Bill Blain: “Something Is Happening In Europe And We Don’t Know What It Is…”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / May 11, 2017 11:01 AM

We start with the overnight observations by Mint’s Bill Blain who points out something contradictory: on one hand Europe is said to be “fixed” with inflation expectations rising and the ECB preparing to take its foot off the gas pedal. On the other hand, […]

Europe, US Futures Slip Despite Brent Bouncing Back To $51

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / May 11, 2017 6:55 AM

Asian stocks rose lifted by commodity names; European equities trade mostly lower but with little in the way of conviction or firm direction while the Italian banking index is at the highest level in a year following domestic earnings; S&P index futures are […]

Getting Rich Is Largely About Luck (Just Don’t Tell The Wealthy)

zerohedge.com / Via The Conversation / May 10, 2017

The UK suffers from the highest levels of income inequality in Europe – partly because of the delusions of its rich. In countries where the rich have less, they tend to be less delusional, about themselves, about other people, about what is possible, and about […]

Why Are Chinese Investors Buying Up Gold Bars?

schiffgold.com / BY SCHIFFGOLD / MAY 9, 2017

Chinese investors are buying gold bars at a torrid rate. China’s appetite helped drive global demand for physical gold up 9% in the first quarter of 2016. Chinese investors gobbled up 105.9 tons of gold in Q1. That represents a 30% year-on-year increase, and was the fourth […]

Paris Post-Mortem – The Journey To ‘A Reality Check’ Has Already Begun

zerohedge.com / by Howard Kunstler via Kunstler.com / May 8, 2017

First mistake: Emmanuel Macron’s handlers played Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy” instead of the French national anthem at the winner’s election rally. Well, at least they didn’t play “Deutschland Über Alles.”

The tensions in the Euroland situation remain: the 20 percent-plus youth unemployment, the […]

Shock Video: Reporter Doing Humanitarian Story On Refugees Is Assaulted Live On Air: “What do you want? You’re crazy!”

shtfplan.com / Mac Slavo / May 8th, 2017

If you happen to be visiting Rome, Italy anytime soon (or pretty much any Western European country), then you may want to come prepared with pepper spray or other self defense tools, because as you’ll see in the video below, peaceful refugees looking to culturally enhance […]

Trader On Macron Risk-Off – “Today’s Get Rich Quick Scheme Didn’t Work Out So Great”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / May 8, 2017 9:02 AM

Well today’s get rich quick scheme didn’t work out so great, writes former FX trader and fund manager Rich Breslow. It turns out that more than a few traders had the idea that they’d go with the huge Macron poll lead and superior […]