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Dear Jamie Dimon…

Jamie Dimon

Dear Jamie Dimon, We hope this letter finds you well, we are here to offer a helping hand. We see the recently reported $2billion loss at JP Morgan as just the tip of the iceberg of much bigger problems with the company. Word on the street is that the true …

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What Does the Future of Mobile Gaming Look Like?

Mobile phone technology has come a long way. It feels like it was just a few years ago that we were rocking giant plastic bricks that couldn’t really do much aside from what they were intended for. Fast forward a few years into the future and the only thing modern …

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U.S. to start carving up Afghanistan’s vast resources

In yet another move that could be seen coming from a mile away by even the most casual observer, a recently released statement from the Department of Defense is announcing that U.S. agencies are now “aiding” Afghanistan to locate and pinpoint the nation’s mineral wealth. This “treasure mapping” of Afghanistan is being …

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Sweden to go cashless in 5 years

Sweden cashless society money currency

Sweden could very well be the first country to one day go totally cash-free. In fact, the Scandanavian country is well on its way, according to a new report from the New York Times. The country already has many banks that no longer dispense or take cash. But there may be issues brewing …

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$60 trillion of world debt visualised

Global debt by country

The graphic below breaks down the $59.7 trillion of world debt by country, as well as highlighting each country’s debt-to-GDP ratio using colour. The data comes from the IMF and only covers public government debt. It excludes the debt of country’s citizens and businesses, as well as unfunded liabilities which are not …

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Europe dealing with refugee disaster caused by US

Refugee crisis Europe

Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro pinned the blame for the worst refugee crisis to hit Europe since WWII on the United States, speaking exclusively to RT. The Venezuelan leader accused the US of flinging the Middle East into a whirlpool of wars thus provoking the current refugee crisis faced by European …

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French bank to pay $8.8 billion for violating US sanctions

BNP Paribas

French banking giant BNP Paribas has agreed to plead guilty to two criminal charges of violating US sanctions, and will pay a record-breaking $8.8 billion settlement. Prosecutors allege BNP conducted “long-term, multi-jurisdictional conspiracy.” A lawyer representing the bank appeared in New York state court on Monday to answer for both charges, reports …

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Three ways the banking system is rigged against you

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If there were ever any doubt about how completely rigged the banking system is against depositors, allow me to introduce the following: Exhibit A: Governments are working to make banks LESS safe Yesterday an unelected bureaucrat that no one has ever heard of made a stunning announcement that has sweeping implications for anyone …

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3 Practical Ways to Reduce Stress

There are many things that happen on a daily basis that are capable of causing stress. It could be anything from finding out you forgot to pay a bill and are being charged a late fee to getting to the office to find a pile of work waiting for you. …

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What Is the Price of ProbioSlim?

ProbioSlim if the innovative pills of the 21st century. The diets and trainings are not necessary anymore. What matter now is sticking to the schedule or the reminders on your phone in order to drink a single pill with two meals during the day. Then you will hardly be recognized …

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How Do You Increase Your Borrowing Capacity

Universally, your borrowing capacity may be used in relation to the total amount of loan or credit you are worth. Also, it can mean, the maximum individual limit applicable to you in terms of financing. Borrowing capacities usually vary from one lender to another; this may be down to the …

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Top 50 safest global banks

Bank safe

For banking safely, global citizens had better go to the local government. And pretty much avoid the U.S. At least that seems to be the take away from Global Finance Magazine’s ranking of  the world’s safest banks.  The top 9 banks in the magazine’s World’s 50 Safest Banks list are …

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Lord Rothschild: big problems ahead in 2016

Lord Rothschild

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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Turmeric to make at least 14 pharmaceutical drugs obsolete

turmeric

You may have already heard about the many amazing healing properties of the spice turmeric, which is also sometimes referred to as curcumin. But did you know that literally thousands of published, peer-reviewed studies conducted and compiled over the years lend credence to the notion that turmeric works the same …

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Israel faces undeniable war crimes evidence at ICC

Palestinian girl in front of Gaza bombed by Israel

The Palestinian Authority has submitted the first evidence of alleged Israeli war crimes committed during the Gaza conflict in 2014 to the International Criminal Court, seeking to accelerate the investigation of these abuses. After meeting the ICC chief prosecutor Fatou Bensouda, Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki said that he had …

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Bankers plan secret London meeting to ‘end cash’

War on cash fire

Economist Martin Armstrong claims there is a “secret meeting to end cash” set to take place in London before the end of the month involving representatives from the ECB and the Federal Reserve. Armstrong, who is known for successfully predicting the 1987 Black Monday crash as well as the 1998 …

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Western backed ISIS now controls half of Syria

ISIS terrorist group

Islamic State is thought to be holding sway over half of Syria’s landmass after its seizure of Palmyra, where it has reportedly begun massacring a rebellious tribe and faces no opposition to sacking the city’s ancient ruins. “There are no forces to stop them [entering the ruins],” Rami Abdurrahman, director of …

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