Category: Economy

The Banks, War and Poppies

The Banks, War and Poppies

by Rory, The Daily Coin It should not come as a surprise to anyone the Obama administration has decided to maintain the current troop levels in Afghanistan. With poppy production running at all time highs, no pun intended, it would...

We’re Very Disappointed In You!

We’re Very Disappointed In You!

by John Rubino, Dollar Collapse Another day, another “unexpectedly” bad economic report. Lately it seems like a lot of what US government statisticians say comes as an unpleasant surprise for economists. The latter think a recovery is building momentum, while...

De-dollarization in critical phase, Planes falling apart due to Wigner Effect

De-dollarization in critical phase, Planes falling apart due to Wigner Effect

from Paul Sandhu America’s European “Allies” Desert Obama, Join China-led Infrastructure Bank

Greece Needs MIRACLE to Avoid EU Exit as CAPITAL CONTROLS On the Way!

Greece Needs MIRACLE to Avoid EU Exit as CAPITAL CONTROLS On the Way!

from The Money GPS In these uncertain times, Greece looks for a hand to help with its economic woes. Time is quickly running out as temporary measures are put in place while the globalist elite maintain their hegemony over the...

MORE TROUBLE FOR U.S. SHALE OIL INDUSTRY: Middle East OPEC Oil Rig Count Jumps 18%

MORE TROUBLE FOR U.S. SHALE OIL INDUSTRY: Middle East OPEC Oil Rig Count Jumps 18%

by Steve St. Angelo, SRSrocco Report As the U.S. drilling rig count continues to plummet due to low oil prices, ironically the Middle East is doing the exact opposite.  The total number of drilling rigs in the Middle East hit...

What If The Drought Causes California’s Food Supply to Collapse?

What If The Drought Causes California’s Food Supply to Collapse?

from TruthStreamMedia Are you dependent on the grocery store? Are you prepared for the effects of water shortage and drought in California, breadbasket of America? NASA experts claim California now holds less than 1 year in water reserves, while the...

Low rates will trigger civil unrest as central banks lose control – BIS

Low rates will trigger civil unrest as central banks lose control – BIS

By Szu Ping Chan, Telegraph Low inflation, bond yields and interest rates around the world will push the boundaries of economic and political stability to breaking point if they continue on their downward trajectory, the Bank for International Settlements has...

Another Blow to The Dollar – China cuts back on US debt for 5th month in a row

Another Blow to The Dollar – China cuts back on US debt for 5th month in a row

from RT China, the largest holder of US debt, has continued to cut back on US Treasuries for the fifth consecutive month, shaving $5.2 billion from its holdings between December and January. Japan is edging closer in overtaking the number...

Currency Wars Spread Worldwide As Turmoil In Forex Markets Intensifies

Currency Wars Spread Worldwide As Turmoil In Forex Markets Intensifies

from Gold Silver Worlds Gold prices have remained relatively steady this week, despite being pressured by a stronger U.S. dollar ahead of a key U.S. Federal Reserve policy meeting this week that could hint at the timing of any hike...

If We Cannot See Bread Lines, Do They Exist?

If We Cannot See Bread Lines, Do They Exist?

by Ken Jorgustin, Modern Survival Blog Unlike during the Great Depression of the 1930’s when food lines were clearly visible, today since we don’t see food-soup-bread lines, do they not exist? If the problem is hidden from view, is it...

Keiser Report: Fracking Flop (E732)

from RT In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the infinitude of private debt as the world continues mega bailouts and terrifyingly large bond buying programs to stave off the inevitable. In the second...

Peter Schiff : Dollar too Strong QE4 Coming

from Wall St for Main St John Manfreda of Wall Street for Main Street interviewed Peter Schiff President of Europacific Capital, Europacific Bank, and Schiffgold. They discuss the most recent jobs report, Student loan bankruptcies, Federal Reserve Interest rates, Global...

Ballooning Student Debt Levels will Usher in New QE

Ballooning Student Debt Levels will Usher in New QE

by Nathan McDonald, Sprott Money The average American student graduating with a bachelors degree leaves with approximately $28,400 of debt to be repaid over the course of their career. In fact, over 70% of students graduating will be in this...