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Trump Reverses One-China Stance: What Happened? / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / February 10, 2017 In a phone call to Chinese President Xi Jinping, President Donald Trump backed down on prior threats that everything was on the table. In his latest reversal, Trump backs ‘One China’ policy. President Donald Trump has told Chinese President Xi Jinping that he will respect the “One China” policy, […]

When Trumponomics Meets Abenomics / by MN Gordon via / Feb 10, 2017 12:04 PM What will President Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe talk about when they meet later today?  Will they gab about what fishing holes the big belly bass are biting at?  Will they share insider secrets on what watering holes are serving up the stiffest […]

Trump Hints At New Travel Ban Executive Order: “You’ll Be Seeing Something Next Week” / by Tyler Durden / Feb 10, 2017 1:59 PM Earlier this morning we noted rising speculation among various mainstream media outlets that the Trump White House was planning to make modifications to its immigration ban executive order in response to its recent unanimous defeat in the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.  While the […]

Spirit of Abenomics: Bold New Plan in September? / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / August 18, 2016 An advisor to Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe says Bank of Japan Likely to Take Bold Easing Action at its next meeting in September. The advisor, Etsuro Honda, calls it the “Spirit of Abenomics“. Etsuro Honda Quotes “Monetary policy hasn’t been eased enough.” If the central bank began […]

A Stock Market Crash Is Waiting, Paid for by the BoJ / by Jack Delaney via Money Morning / July 14, 2016 A stock market crash could be coming, courtesy of Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and the Bank of Japan (BoJ). You see, Abe wants another round of fiscal stimulus, this one for reportedly $99 billion. And one part of the BoJ’s economic policy in particular could be […]

Japan Prepares Missile Blockade In East China Sea To Halt Chinese “Maritime Aggression” / by Tyler Durden on 12/18/2015 12:13 Japanese PM Shinzo Abe and Philippines President Benigno Aquino on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit held in Manila. The two leaders discussed the possibility that Japan could provide Manila with “large ships” that the Philippines can use to patrol the South China Sea. This was, […]

QE’s Creeping Communism / By: Peter Schiff / November 3, 2015 Most economists and investors readily acknowledge that the current period of central bank activism, characterized by extended bouts of quantitative easing and zero percent interest rates, is a newly-blazed trail in economic history. And while these policies strike some as counterintuitive, open-ended, and unimaginably expensive, most express comfort that […]

Paul Krugman Is “Really, Really Worried” That He Might Have Screwed Up Japan / by Tyler Durden on 09/10/2015 11:45 Late last year, a very important and very “powerful” man took a field trip to Japan to observe Keynesian insanity prowling around in its natural habitat… That’s right, last November Paul Krugman – the mere mention of whom is enough to strike terror in the hearts and minds […]

Japan’s Economic Disaster – Real Wages Lowest Since 1990, Record Numbers Describe “Hard” Living Conditions / by Michael Krieger / Jul 14, 2015 With so much attention rightly focused on China at the moment (see: Chinese Authorities Arrest Over 100 Human Rights Activists and Lawyers in Desperate Crackdown on Dissent), people aren’t paying enough attention to the budding economic calamity unfolding in Japan. While “Abenomics” has succeeded in boosting the […]

China Blasts Washington’s “Irresponsible”, “Groundless” Hacking Allegations / by Tyler Durden / 06/05/2015 10:06 It should come as no surprise that reports of cyber attacks are on the rise since the Pentagon announcedits new cyber strategy (which includes the use of “offensive” cyberattacks when necessary) at the end of April. Since the announcement by Defense Secretary Ash Carter, the following cyber ‘events have occurred’: […]