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New Zealand Expels US Spy With Broken Nose And Black Eye, After “Incident”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Mar 20, 2017 1:14 PM It’s not just US-Russian relations that have devolved to the level of spontaneous diplomat expulsion. According to Reuters, New Zealand has expelled an attache at the U.S. Embassy after Washington refused to waive his right to diplomatic immunity in relation to a police investigation of a potentially […]

Preppers Stuck In Cities: Elite Chartering “Getaway Boats In Case Of Manhattan Emergency”

Authored by Mac Slavo via SHTFplan.com, There is an inherent dilemma for most of the people living in cities. Even those who are aware of the extremely fragile fabric of society are often stuck living urban lives. Perhaps they plan to retire to a country abode, or construct a hideaway to escape to if the […]

From New World Order To Hazy Global Disorder

Submitted by Wayne Madsen via The Strategic Culture Foundation, The Donald Trump administration and the Brexit severance of ties between the United Kingdom and the European Union have, in a matter of a little over a half year, changed the world from a post-Cold War «new world order» based on American supremacy to a global […]

Asian Stocks Hit 18 Month High; Europe, US Futures Bounce As Dollar Rises

Asian stocks hit their highest level in 18 months, with positive momentum lifting European shares which were helped by Societe Generale earnings. Yields fell on some of the euro zone’s battered low-rated bonds as investors put aside the political risks that have dominated markets this week. After trading flat, S&P futures bounced as US traders […]

“When Trade Stops, War Starts” Jack Ma Warns As China Protests US Sanctions On Iran

Having recently accused the US of 'wasting $14 trillion on war instead of its people', China's second richest man, Jack Ma, continued to voice his concerns to President Trump on a recent trip to Australia, warning retreat from globalization will only result in trouble. While meeting US President Donald Trump last month, Ma announced Alibaba […]

Google Tells Offshore Staff To Return To The US After Trump Executive Order

In the immediate aftermath of Trump’s controversial executive order, prohibiting entry into the US of citizens from seven mostly-Muslim nations – Syria, Iraq, Iran, Sudan, Somalia, Yemen and Libya – yet which excludes such nations as Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Turkey in which Trump has done business deals… … Google issued a stark warning to […]

Elites Eying The Exits Signals America’s Crisis

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jan 25, 2017 4:00 PM The Institute for New Economic Thinking’s President Rob Johnson was interviewed by the New Yorker on hedge-fund managers and the market for air strips in New Zealand… Interviewed as part of an extraordinary New Yorker investigation into growing anxiety among America’s corporate elite over the potential for […]

US To Sell 8 Million Barrels Of Oil From The Strategic Petroleum Reserve

Two weeks ago we previewed that the U.S. Department of Energy could begin to sell off some of its strategic petroleum reserve (SPR) as soon as January, the beginning of a multi-year process to shrink the nation’s stockpile of oil. Congress has authorized DOE to sell off $375.4 million worth of oil in its recent […]

Chinese Volatility Explodes: Yuan Tumbles Most In One Year After Biggest 2-Day Rally Ever

While China’s unprecedented currency moves have quickly become the main talking point across global markets which otherwise have started off 2017 in an eerily calm fashion, it is the sudden surge in two-way volatility that has emerged a major threat to global market stability. Case in point, the offshore Yuan fell as much as 1.1% […]

US Futures Flat Ahead Of December Payrolls; Dollar Rebounds

European shares fell modestly, Asian equities declined for the first day in three, and US equity futures were unchanged before the December U.S. nonfarm payrolls report. China’s offshore yuan fell the most in a year to pare a record weekly rally, while Mexico’s peso climbed after the central bank sold dollars. Oil was trading lower […]