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The Z-Shaped Recovery

dailyreckoning.com / by Dan Amoss / May 31, 2012 Jacobus, Pennsylvania – The recovering US economy is not recovering…and neither are the economies of Europe and China. As the chart above shows very clearly, manufacturing activity in the Eurozone has already slumped to recessionary levels, while US manufacturing activity is merely muddling along. “New signs […]

The Z-Shaped Recovery

dailyreckoning.com / by Dan Amoss / May 31, 2012 Jacobus, Pennsylvania – The recovering US economy is not recovering…and neither are the economies of Europe and China. As the chart above shows very clearly, manufacturing activity in the Eurozone has already slumped to recessionary levels, while US manufacturing activity is merely muddling along. “New signs […]

Is The Monster About to Strike?

usagold.com / by Peter A. Grant / May 31, 2012 Gold has been rather choppy this morning, amid some generally grim US economic news. Q1 GDP was revised down to 1.9%, from 2.2% previously. You may also recall that expectations for the first print last month were at 2.5%. Initial jobless claims for last week […]

Is The Monster About to Strike?

usagold.com / by Peter A. Grant / May 31, 2012 Gold has been rather choppy this morning, amid some generally grim US economic news. Q1 GDP was revised down to 1.9%, from 2.2% previously. You may also recall that expectations for the first print last month were at 2.5%. Initial jobless claims for last week […]

Freedom in Europe Is Eroding From the Edges, Financed by the Banks

jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com / May 30, 2012 “Greece is not an exception. It is one of the main testing grounds for a new socio-economic model of potentially unlimited application: a depoliticised technocracy in which bankers and other experts are allowed to demolish democracy.” Slavoj Žižek “Corruption is a tree, whose branches are of an immeasurable length: they […]

Sarkozy War Echo: Hollande picks up intervention flag

The French President says Paris is also considering military intervention in Syria. It comes as a disappointment to those who hoped Francois Hollande would reverse his predecessor’s aggressive foreign policy, and focus on problems at home. Subscribe to RT! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=RussiaToday Watch RT LIVE on our website http://rt.com/on-air Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on […]

Getting Closer to New Theaters of War

boilingfrogspost.com / by Rick Rozoff / May 30, 2012 Ahead of, during and after the North Atlantic Treaty Organization’s 25th summit in Chicago on May 20-21, the Pentagon has continued expanding its permanent military presence in the former Yugoslavia and the rest of the Balkan region. The military bloc’s two-day conclave in Chicago formalized, among […]

Will Fed Printing Press Try to Save Europe?

usawatchdog.com / By Greg Hunter / May 30, 2012 You know things are heating up when the banks start with scare tactics.  In Greece, the bankers are in full court press to sway voters for next month’s election.  Reuters reported yesterday, “In a report released ahead of an election on June 17 that may determine whether […]

Bloodbath Blame: Europe mulls Syria intervention

UN investigators have only just begun to piece together exactly what happened during the bloody massacre in the Syrian township of Houla. But some nations aren’t waiting for conclusive proof before declaring President Assad guilty, opinion based largely on a number of unverified accounts. The situation is further confused by a plethora of witness reports […]

Risk Aversion Continues to Weigh on Silver

silverinvestingnews.com / Michelle Smith / May 25, 2012 Europe’s troubles continue to weigh on the markets, with Greece and its potential exit from the euro dominating concerns. The rallying dollar and Germany’s auction of interest-free two-year bonds are indicators of the risk aversion and desperation for safety that was seen in the markets this week. […]