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Monthly Archives: September 2014

RAF Tornado aircrafts strike ISIS vehicle in Iraq

British warplanes carry out their first strikes in Iraq since joining the US-led military campaign against Islamic State. Tornado bombers hit armed pick-up truck that belong to ISIS. RT LIVE Subscribe to RT! Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Follow us on Google+ […]

Karl Denninger-Headed for a 1930’s Style Depression

Is the economy getting ready to crash or take off to new highs? Karl Denninger of says, “How do you take off? Where is the consumption base that forms 60% of our economic output? We have a small percentage of the population that has done extremely well with this so called reflation. However, we […]

Final Push Down In Silver To Set Up Massive Surge Above $100 / October 1, 2014 Today KWN is putting out a special piece which features four spectacular silver charts that show that despite the recent drop, silver is coiled to break above $100 as the bear market in the metals comes to an end.  These are charts that the big banks follow closely, as well […]

Is The U.S. Government Meddling In The Hong Kong Protests? – Episode 480

X22Report, Published on Sep 30, 2014 Europe’s youth unemployment hits 23.3%. UK consumer confidence falls. Eurostat fabricates inflation numbers. Housing prices are falling and it is accelerating across the U.S. according to Case-Shiller. Obama is trying to convince everyone that they are better off even though they don’t feel it. Singapore is becoming a global gold […]

Mike Kosares: Why China thinks gold is the buy of the century / CHRIS POWELL / September 30, 2014 Dear Friend of GATA and Gold: China’s foreign-exchange surplus is so much larger than the nominal value of all the official gold in the world that a mightly upward revaluation of the monetary metal is inevitable, Mike Kosares of Centennial Precious Metals in Denver writes today. “China,” Kosares writes, […]

Recovery? 60% Of Greeks Live At Or Below Poverty Levels / by Tyler Durden on 09/30/2014 22:05 While Greek government yields (and political leaders) proclaim the troubled peripheral European nation is ‘recovering’, the risk of major political upheaval in Greece has not gone away ahead of next year’s presidential vote next year. As Reuters notes, under growing pressure from anti-bailout leftists, Greek Prime Minister Antonis […]

Subsidies, Market Prices, and the 2014 Farm Bill

by Dick Clark President Barack Obama signed the Agricultural Act of 2014 into law on February 7, 2014.[1] The legislation becomes law later than anticipated given the usual timing for farm bills, which typically work their way through the Congress every five years.[2] The last major farm bill was passed in May 2008,[3] and […]

Silver: Laughing on the Way Down

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Draghi Pressures ECB to Buy “Junk-Rated” Loan Bundles of Greece and Cyprus

by Mike “Mish” Shedlock MISH’S Global Economic Trend Analysis On September 4, ECB President pulled out a financial bazooka including a pledge to build up the ECB’s balance sheet by another €1 trillion. Draghi confirmed the asset purchases would “include the real estate, the RMBS, real estate ABS. It would also include a fairly wide […]

Murphy/Woods on Bitcoin, Chicago v. Austria, and More

from TomWoodsTV Economist Robert Murphy joins Tom to answer some great listener questions. Carlos Miller of talks about the role of the citizen photographer in documenting police abuse. Subscribe to the Tom Woods Show:…http://www.TomWoodsRadio.comhttp://www.TomWoods.com Tweet