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Are You Prepared For These Potentially Disruptive Economic Storms?

Authored by Frank Holmes via StockBoardAsset.com, Summary Are government inflation numbers more “fake news”? A falling dollar is good for U.S. trade. Are you ready for a big fight? Here in San Antonio, grocery stores were packed with families stocking up on water and canned food in preparation for Hurricane Harvey, which has devastated Houston […]

John Williams Warns “A Move To Impeach Trump Will Tank The Dollar”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Aug 20, 2017 3:00 PM Outspoken exposer of the establishment smoke and mirrors, economist John Williams spoke with USA Watchdog’s Greg Hunter this week in a far-ranging interview from Trump impeachment to economic collapse and from the demise of the dollar to physical gold ownership as the “ultimate hedge.” “A big factor in the […]

John Williams Warns “A Move To Impeach Trump Will Tank The Dollar”

Outspoken exposer of the establishment smoke and mirrors, economist John Williams spoke with USA Watchdog's Greg Hunter this week in a far-ranging interview from Trump impeachment to economic collapse and from the demise of the dollar to physical gold ownership as the "ultimate hedge." “A big factor in the dollar’s value is political stability or […]

From Jihad To Jobs, Paul Craig Roberts Says “Fakes News Is A US Media Specialty”

Authored by Paul Craig Roberts, The American media specializes in fake news. Indeed, since the Clinton regime the American media has produced nothing but fake news. Do you remember the illegal US bombing and destruction of Yugoslavia? Do you remember “war criminal” Slobodan Milosevic, the Serbian president branded “the butcher of the Balkans,” who was […]

BOJ Plans To Drop Inflation Target At Thursday’s Meeting

The Bank of Japan is finally acknowledging something that Federal Reserve policy makers like San Francisco Fed President John Williams acknowledged months ago, when he published a paper highlighting the growing disconnect between the tightening labor market and consumer prices. As Credit Suisse strategist Burkhard Varnholt explained two months ago, the growing heft of e-commerce […]

Bill Blain: “The 1-, 4- And 10-Year Cycles Top Out Mid-August At Which Point Be Very Afraid… Or Something Like That”

By Bill Blain of Mint Partners, Blain’s Morning Porridge – June 28th 2017 Uncertainty, confusion, a Tech-sell off.. but are things as bad as they seem? “Now I got mortgages and homes, I got stiffness in my bones, ain’t no beauty queens in this locality…” As we reach towards month end and the half-year, markets […]

Goldman: The Fed Will Hike This Week, But Here Are “The Two Most Interesting Questions”

On Wedensday the FOMC will hike rates by another 25 bps – an event which the Fed Funds market prices in with near virtual certainty, while Goldman calls the rate increase “extremely likely” – and only a “tail” event like an extremely weak CPI report on Wednesday morning, hours ahead of the Fed announcement, has […]

“It’s Not Just Wages” – Workers Without College Degrees Face “More Instability”

If you believe San Francisco Fed President John Williams, the US labor market has almost never been ore robust than it is today. Of course, middle- and working-class Americans who are struggling with levels of financial uncertainty that would be unfamiliar to their parents’ generation don’t necessarily care that the official unemployment rate is 4.4%. […]

Greek, Italian Risks Weigh On European, Global Markets; Oil, Gold Slide

Tuesday’s session started off on the back foot, with the Euro first sliding on Draghi’s dovish comments before Europarliament on Monday where he signaled no imminent change to ECB’s forward guidance coupled with a Bild report late on Monday according to which Greece was prepared to forego its next debt payment if not relief is […]

Markets Wrap: Stocks Flat In Quiet Session With US, UK And China Closed For Holiday

U.S. markets are closed for the Memorial Day holiday, and with UK and Chinese markets also closed for various holidays, it has been a quiet start to the week, with S&P futures essentially unchanged, trading at  2,415, up 0.06%, a new all time high. European stocks opened marginally lower in quiet trading but have since […]