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Why the hell is Belgium buying so much US debt?

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The tiny country of Belgium – my beloved hunting grounds for three years a while back – with a GDP of $484 billion, a country which you can cross by bicycle in a single day if you’re really fit, a country that became famous to the chagrin of some people …

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8 Ways the Finance Sector Will be Revolutionized by Blockchain

Despite concerns from central governments and authorities, the finance sector is increasingly excited about how blockchain technology (the basis of Bitcoin) will revolutionize how it operates. Just as Airbnb disrupted the hotels and corporate accommodation providers and Uber changed the face of the taxi industry, blockchain is transforming banking, finance, …

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JP Morgan silver probe dead in the water, CFTC sides with the bankers

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Two weeks after Bart Chilton, a member of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, said that “I am hopeful and expect the silver investigation to conclude in the not-too-distant future, hopefully in September or October…It has already taken far too long,” the probe by the CFTC into silver price manipulation is coming …

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If Greece exits, here is what happens

Now that the Greek exit is back to being topic #1 of discussion, just as it was back in the fall of 2011, and the media has been flooded by groundless speculation posited by journalists who have never used excel in their lives and are merely paid mouthpieces of bigger bank interests …

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China calls for new global currency to replace US dollar

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China is calling for a global currency to replace the dominant dollar, showing a growing assertiveness on revamping the world economy ahead of next week’s London summit on the financial crisis. The surprise proposal by Beijing’s central bank governor reflects unease about its vast holdings of U.S. government bonds and …

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Rand Paul: Audit the Fed or I will hold up nominees

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United States Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) says he plans to hold the appointment of three new likely members of the US Federal Reserve unless colleagues in Congress hold a vote on auditing the Fed. A long-time opponent of the central bank, Paul wrote Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nevada) informing him of …

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Lord Rothschild: big problems ahead in 2016

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As central bank policy-makers’ forecasts have become more pessimistic (i.e. more realistic), Lord Rothschild is unsurprised at the current malaise: “not surprisingly, market conditions have deteriorated further…So much so that the wind is certainly not behind us; indeed we may well be in the eye of a storm.” On this basis, …

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Is Quantitative Easing A Magic Bullet, Or A Lie?

The entire world is heading for an enormous recession of the kind that it hasn’t seen for over a century. By all indications, it’s going to be a recession so massive that it will make 2008 look like a birthday party. There hasn’t been much reporting on the issue right …

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Gold’s bull market…it’s only just begun

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Gold jumped up on the eve of the U.S. election. It seemed to be looking beyond… and indeed it was. Gold continued rising as the attention then turned to the fiscal cliff and escalating tensions in the Middle East. The markets have been focusing on the next major problem. The …

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Iceland to remove power from banks to steal money

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Iceland‘s government is considering a revolutionary monetary proposal – removing the power of commercial banks to create money and handing it to the central bank. The proposal, which would be a turnaround in the history of modern finance, was part of a report written by a lawmaker from the ruling …

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Pictures from Zimbabwe

Just because “Spanish banks are fine” 12 days before they got a full-blown bailout, and global hyperinflation can never happen in this world, where every central planner is now preparing to hold the CTRL and P buttons until the bitter end, here are some pictures from Zimbabwe.   And some charts: …

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Silver headed to $75-$125/oz. in 1-2 years

My experience and the charts tell me that silver prices are likely to head to $75 to $125/oz. in the next one to two years.  That’s about a 150% to 230% gain for those who buy silver under $30/oz. The reason why is that we are in a bull market …

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Federal Reserve can’t raise interest rates

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From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group On Thursday, the Federal Reserve announced that it will leave interest rates as is, right near zero percent. Fed Chair Janet Yellen cited recent volatility in markets and uncertainty overseas as reasons to hold off from a rate hike. Since December 2008, the Federal Reserve has lowered the interest …

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U.S. dollar set to shoot next in currency war, QE4 is coming

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From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group In recent years, as competition on the global market has heated up, nations around the world have joined in a currency race to the bottom – to devalue their currencies faster than those of other nations. Strangely, the United States has done the opposite; …

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The life and crimes of Eric Holder

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The announcement of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s resignation today has fueled speculation as to why the controversial figure has chosen to step down. Holder, who was recently found to be the least popular politician in the United States according to a Hart Research poll, is arguably the most criminal government official …

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JP Morgan director kills his wife, then himself

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A bank executive from London shot his wife dead before turning the gun on himself. Julian Knott, 45, an executive director for JP Morgan, shot 47-year-old Alita repeatedly, police said. The father-of-three was found dead alongside her in their home in Jefferson Township, New Jersey, on Sunday. He had worked …

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NSA disguised itself as Google to spy on public

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If a recently leaked document is any indication, the US National Security Agency — or its UK counterpart — appears to have put on a Google suit to gather intelligence. Here’s one of the latest tidbits on the NSA surveillance scandal (which seems to be generating nearly as many blog …

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Police raid home of IMF boss Christine Lagarde over Tapie scandal

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Police have searched the Paris home of the head of the International Monetary Fund as part of a fraud investigation centred on a supporter of former president Nicolas Sarkozy. Christine Lagarde‘s flat was raided along with that of her office manager and the home of businessman Bernard Tapie, a former politician, …

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