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House passes $1.1 trillion government spending bill

US House of Representatives

Republicans have muscled a $1.1 trillion bill financing government agencies through the House after President Barack Obama phoned Democratic lawmakers and urged them to back the measure. The House approved the measure late Thursday by 219-206. The compromise bill keeps agencies funded through next September. Many conservatives opposed it because …

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US government faces $127 trillion in unfunded liabilities

Economic turmoil US dollar

For a casual observer of the US economy (most “experts”), you could say that things look pretty good. Unemployment is at its lowest rate in six years. Earnings of S&P 500 companies are higher than ever, while their debt is lower than it’s been in the last 24 years. Nonetheless, …

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3 important issues to keep an eye on in 2016

2016 New Years 3 important issues

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group As we begin a new year, it’s only natural to question what’s in store for 2016. We have dozens of issues on our radar, but here are a select few that you may want to keep a close eye on: 1. Debt Crisis: No solutions …

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European Central Bank to start buying private-sector debt

Benoît Coeuré ECB

The European Central Bank will start buying private-sector debt instruments within days with the aim of raising the bank’s holdings of assets and steering money to the economy, ECB executive board member Benoît Coeuré said Friday. The purchases “will have the objective to steer the balance sheet of the ECB …

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12yo girl’s speech on world debt – AMAZING!!

12-year old Victoria Grant explains why her homeland, Canada, and most of the world, is in debt. Yep, you guessed it, the bankers!! [youtube height=”400″ width=”550″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bx5Sc3vWefE[/youtube]   Source: http://www.publicbankinginstitute.org/

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4th unexplained explosion rocks China

Explosion in China industrial chemical plant

A fourth industrial explosion has rocked China, this time in the Zhejiang province. When the Tianjin explosion happened right after China’s currency devaluation (i.e. currency war), we were told by Chinese dissidents that the United States was engaged in “kinetic retaliation” against China for its cyber warfare attacks and currency moves. Naysayers insisted …

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Russia and China planning to dump the US dollar

Chinese Yuan

The Russian and Chinese central banks have agreed a draft currency swap agreement, which will allow them to increase trade in domestic currencies and cut the dependence on the US dollar in bilateral payments. “The draft document between the Central Bank of Russia and the People’s Bank of China on …

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Argentina to default on debt; second time in 12 years

Argentina default

Argentina failed to strike a deal to avert its second default in more than 12 years after talks with holdout creditors ended without a settlement on Wednesday. The country’s economy minister, Axel Kicillof, speaking at a news conference at the Argentine consulate in New York, repeatedly referred to the holdout …

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Australia facing debt crisis

Australia day Sydney

Australia’s upper house rejected a proposal to raise the debt ceiling to AU$500 billion ($465 billion), which if not resolved by December 12, could send the country into a US shutdown scenario. Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has promised he will lift the debt ceiling of the world’s 12th-largest economy …

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Paper silver contracts are being dumped on the market

Paper silver contracts

Recently I spoke with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the astonishing breaking story that half of the daily global silver production was dumped in a matter of minutes. A massive sell-off of paper contracts! The culprits appear to be unknown but it has resulted in a 4% fall …

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Obama to pay US debt with trillion-dollar coins?

Trillion dollar coin debt

With the fiscal cliff averted for now, it’ll be a few weeks until the debt ceiling debate is the next major money issue in Washington. Luckily, some economists say that crisis can be curbed as well, and all it will take is one very valuable coin. By February, the United …

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Global economic collapse for dummies

Forget the complicated flowcharts, scenarios, and government-banking-system reacharounds, the global economic collapse has never been so easy to comprehend… [youtube height=”400″ width=”550″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qoq9jIjpNM[/youtube]

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Why university is a scam: the college bubble

Many young college students, hoping to further their education, are deluded into accepting loans that they believe be can be payed once studies are completed and have received their degrees. This documentary explains how we are molded into an expectation of going through the grades of school, attending college and …

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How Puerto Rico can rebuild and become a powerhouse economy

How Puerto Rico can rebuild economy

After a particularly devastating hurricane season, Puerto Rico has an uncertain future. Already mismanaged and saddled with debt, the island territory now faces the virtually insurmountable task of rebuilding its infrastructure and economy. But amidst the rubble and heartache lies one of the greatest opportunities in the modern era not …

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Australia’s household debt-to-income ratio is at an all-time high

Australia household debt income ratio

The Bank for International Settlements has warned that record household debt levels amassed in the past decade have left Australians among the most vulnerable to a sharp rise in global interest rates. According to the Reserve Bank of Australia, household debt-to-income ratio for Australia is at an all-time high of 189%. …

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Italy’s public debt hits new record high

Italy's Finance Minister Pier Carlo Padoan

The amount of public debt racked up by the eurozone’s third largest economy reached a new record of €2.2 trillion in May, up by €23.4 billion in a month, the Bank of Italy said on Tuesday. The hike was attributed to increased Treasury liquidity, the fall in the euro and …

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Russia reduces US debt holdings by 40% over past year

USD US 100 dollar note

Russia held $66.5 billion in US treasury securities in April 2015, down from $116.4 billion in April the previous year. The amount of US government bonds held by Russia reduced by more than 40 percent in one year, according to figures released by the US Treasury on Monday. In April 2015, Russia held $66.5 billion in US government debt, down from …

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Australia joins list of nations selling bonds with negative yield

Flag Australia

Australia has this week joined the illustrious list of governments that have been able to borrow money at negative interest rates. The Australian Office of Financial Management, which manages the government’s debt programme, sold $200 million of inflation-linked bonds maturing in 2018 to 13 investors on Tuesday at a yield of …

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Obama lie #847: ‘There is no debt crisis’

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The United States is roughly $17 trillion in debt, but President Barack Obama says there’s no reason to worry. Speaking with ABC News correspondent George Stephanopoulos this week, Pres. Obama downplayed concerns of an impending financial catastrophe, claiming quite to the contrary that the country is on track to turning …

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