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Category Archives: Japan

Hedge Fund CIO: “The Market Doesn’t Care About Health Care. Poor People Care About Health Care”

From Eric Peters, CIO of One River Asset Management, here is a topical anecdote, as well as a review of the key events in the past week. Weekend Notes “Where’s the beef?” bellowed Biggie Too. “Health care, regulation reform, tax cuts – where’s it at?” continued the Chief Global Strategist for one of those too […]

Buckle Up, the Bank of Japan Has Blown Up the Markets (Again)

If you have been long US stocks since Election night, you have been a Yen bear and nothing else. Last September the Bank of Japan announced a new policy of targeting a 0% yield on its 10-Year Japanese Government Bonds. Many in the investment community took this to represent a “tightening” of policy. It was […]

Pepe Escobar: Daesh, Creature Of The West

Authored Op-Ed by Pepe Escobar via SputnikNews.com, James Shea, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Emerging Threats at NATO – now that’s a lovely title – recently gave a talk at a private club in London on the Islamic State/Daesh. Shea, as many will remember, made his name as NATO’s spokesman during the NATO war on Yugoslavia […]

Japan and North Korea Preparing for War

thecommonsenseshow.com / By Dave Hodges / March 24th, 2017 Japan has had enough of North Koreas threats as well sailing missiles over their country. READ MORE The post Japan and North Korea Preparing for War appeared first on Silver For The People.

Chris Martenson: “Why This Market Needs To Crash (And Likely Will)”

Authored by Chris Martenson via PeakProsperity.com, Like an old vinyl record with a well-worn groove, the needle skipping merrily back to the same track over and over again, we repeat: Today's markets are dangerously overpriced. Being market fundamentalists who don’t believe it’s possible to simply print prosperity out of thin air, we’ve been deeply skeptical […]

All Eyes On Washington: US Futures Rise On Hope Healthcare Vote Will Pass

Asian shares and S&P futures rose on optimism that today’s rescheduled U.S. vote on health care will pass following Trump’s Ultimatum to the Freedom Caucus. European stocks gave up some of Thursday’s gains, falling for the fourth time in five days, and moving further away from a 15-month high reached a week ago while the […]

SNB Spent $68 Billion On Currency Manipulation In 2016

While Donald Trump has repeatedly expressed his displeasure with China for manipulating its currency, he appears to have recently figured out that over the past 2 years Beijing has been spending hundreds of billions in dollar to strengthen, not weaken, the Yuan and to halt the ~$1 trillion in capital flight from China. But while […]

Global Stocks, US Futures Rebound Ahead Of Critical Obamacare Repeal Vote, Yellen Speech

European and Asian stocks were modestly in the green, with U.S. futures higher, before a critical procedural vote on a Republican health-care bill to repeal Obamacare, while Janet Yellen is set to speak in Washington at 8:45am. S&P 500 Index futures were 3 points in the green as of 6:45am ET as European shares edged […]

Do Wars Help or HURT the Economy?

Does Defense Spending Stimulate the Economy and Create Jobs … Or Is It BAD for the Economy? Preface: Trump wants to drastically increase military spending.  At the same time, France, China, Japan and other countries are ramping up their military spending. An understanding of the effect on the economy is therefore timely. A number of […]

South Korea Says North Korea Conducted Unsuccessful Missile Launches, US Officials Aware

Just hours after US military officials warned of a North Korea missile launch, Japanese media is reporting that Japanese officials said North Korea may have launched four missiles from the vicinity of Eastern Motoyama. Kyodo additionally reports that the missile launch may have failed, citing unnamed government officials. *SUGA RESPONDS TO REPORTS OF NORTH KOREA […]