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EU Bailout of Portugal Has Failed / by Martin Armstrong / Feb 24, 2017 This year, 2017, is the beginning of the Sovereign Debt Crisis. While Greece is popping up on the financial radar, the Euro rescue in Portugal has also completely failed to reverse the trend of the country. There has been no effective relief from the debt crisis in Southern Europe. […]

Stocks and Precious Metals Charts – Round and Round She Goes / 22 FEBRUARY 2017 The Fed’s minutes came out today, and they were yet mildly hawkish in that vague sort of way that has preceded twenty-nine of the last two actual rate increases. There is a theory about that because of the failure of the EU and alternatively China, the inflows of monies into dollar […]

French Bond Yield Climbs to 4-Year High vs. German Bund / GARY DORSCH / 02/21/2017 On February 7th, France’s Finance chief Michel Sapin, trying to stem the rise in French borrowing costs in recent weeks, on uncertainty regarding the outcome of the upcoming French election, warned traders who were betting against the Euro and betting a on victory by Marine Le Pen, – they are guaranteed to […]

Tony Blair Urges Brexit Opponents To “Rise Up” And Fight To Stay In The EU / by Tyler Durden / Feb 17, 2017 7:22 AM In a fiery speech delivered in London aimed to show U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May that she won’t get everything her own way, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair Tony Blair urged opponents of Brexit to “rise up” and fight to change the British people’s minds about […]

The Failure of the European Monetary Union In One Graph / 15 FEBRUARY 2017 This is why a wave of populism is sweeping the EU bureaucrats aside. A similar wave of populism is underway in the US. The reasons for it are obvious: the abuse of the law and of power in the service of a ‘fortunate’ few in a self-selected class of meritsocrats and […]

Stocks and Precious Metals Charts – Yellen and the Jawbone – Valentine’s Day / 14 FEBRUARY 2017 “She is more precious than jewels— and nothing you could desire can even compare with her.” Proverbs 3:15 Fed chair Yellen made some hawkish noises concerning the possibility of a rate hike in March around 10 am EST. That took the dollar up, and the precious metals down. The PPI (wholesale […]

Juncker Will Not Run Again for President of EU – Says it Will Break Up / by Martin Armstrong / Feb 12, 2017 President of the European Union Jean-Claude Juncker has announced his departure saying he fears the breakup of the EU and says there is just too much defeatism in Europe. The EU has refused to listen and its fixed goal on a federalized Europe has been unwilling to yield. They have […]

Hated By Those Who Hate Russia / by Iben Thranholm / Jan 30, 2017 Recently Marie Krarup, a member of the Danish Parliament for the Danish People’s Party – contacted me to say that the EU task force East Stratcom has placed me on a list branding me as a pro-Russian propagandist and is accusing me of spreading Russian disinformation. This organisation […]

Trump Fires Up Europe’s Anti-Establishment Movement / by Soeren Kern via The Gatestone Institute / Jan 22, 2017 1:55 PM “The genie will not go back into the bottle again, whether you like it or not.” — Geert Wilders, MP and head of the Party for Freedom, the Netherlands. A growing number of Europeans are rebelling against decades of government-imposed multiculturalism, […]

Pound Slides After Theresa May’s Full Speech Leaks, Laying Out Her 12-Point Plan / by Tyler Durden / Jan 16, 2017 5:56 PM While hardly coming as much of a a surprise following the weekend’s news that Theresa May would call for a “clean and hard Brexit”, confirmation received moments ago from both the Telegraph, FT and Bloomberg that on Tuesday May will indeed declare that Britain is making a […]