Search Results for: stock market

Saudi-led airstrike in Yemen kills 50, mostly children

Airstrike in Yemen Saudi Arabia

Fifty people died in a bus attack in Yemen and 77 were injured, most of whom were children, the International Committee of the Red Cross stated, citing officials. The Saudi-led coalition has called the attack “legitimate.” The attack took place in Dahyan Market in northern Saada, a Houthi rebel stronghold, …

Read More »

BRICS bank to begin borrowing in yuan

BRICS summit Russia 2015

The BRICS New Development Bank (NDB) could start operations by borrowing in the Chinese currency, according to the bank’s Vice President Vladimir Kazbekov. He says the bank will focus on loans in the national currencies of the bank’s potential customers. “Considering the stability of the Chinese currency and the scale …

Read More »

Changes to US Betting Law and an Exciting Future for Gaming?

Earlier this month the Supreme Court made a decision that is likely to have an immense impact on gambling in the USA by ruling to strike down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act. What this decision means in practice is that it will no longer be necessary to go …

Read More »

The Federal Reserve Cartel

Part 1 – The Eight Families The Four Horsemen of Banking, Bank of America JP Morgan Chase Citigroup Wells Fargo, …own the Four Horsemen of Oil, Exxon Mobil Royal Dutch/Shell BP Chevron Texaco, ..in tandem with, Deutsche Bank BNP (Banque Nationale de Paris) Barclays other European old money behemoths But their …

Read More »

Americans are being prepared for full spectrum tyranny

Totalitarian governments, like persistent forms of cancer, have latched onto the long history of man, falling and then reemerging from the deep recesses of our cultural biology to wreak havoc upon one unlucky generation to the next. The assumption by most is that these unfortunate empires are the product of …

Read More »

Sears Holdings Corp Announces More Store Closures

Sears Holdings Corp is cutting costs by any means. The corporation’s latest efforts to save a dollar, and itself, involves closing eight of its namesake department stores along with 35 Kmart locations throughout the nation. Sears executives believe that such a move will reduce the cost of square footage the company …

Read More »

Will Brexit Really Impact on Thailand?

If you are willing to risk your state pension, you may be willing to relocate to Thailand in the post-Brexit climate. After all, a Thai official has recently offered British workers the chance to retire to the North of the country and invest in a £60,000, 20-year residency permit. While …

Read More »

Trump Prepares to Remove Retiree Investment Protections

retiree investment protections

One of many executive orders could erase a recent fiduciary rule change designed to protect retiree investors. President Trump signed the order on Feb 3rd to review the Department of Labor change from 2016, which meant retirement investment advisors had to put the financial interests of their client ahead of …

Read More »

Trump signs executive order to withdraw US from TPP

Trump signs executive order withdraw TPP

With a stroke of a pen, President Donald Trump has unravelled the Trans-Pacific Partnership, withdrawing the US from the controversial free-trade pact. Without Washington’s participation, the TPP would have to be renegotiated or scrapped altogether. The largest global trade agreement in 20 years, the TPP would have included the United …

Read More »

Former Federal Reserve Chairman: global economy is headed for disaster

Federal Reserve Chairman Yellen Greenspan Bernanke Volcker

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group In a recent interview with Fox Business, Alan Greenspan pulled no punches on the state of the economy. The former Federal Reserve Chairman believes that the United States and Europe are set to face some serious economic problems, saying that we have “a global problem of a shortage …

Read More »

Another Deutsche banker and SEC enforcement attorney ‘commits suicide’

Deutsche bank suicide

Back on January 26, a 58-year-old former senior executive at German investment bank behemoth Deutsche Bank, William Broeksmit, was found dead after hanging himself at his London home, and with that, set off an unprecedented series of banker suicides throughout the year which included former Fed officials and numerous JPMorgan traders. …

Read More »

Medical marijuana now legal in Australia

Australia medical marijuana legal

The Australian parliament passed new national laws today paving the way for the use of medicinal cannabis by people with painful and chronic illness. Amendments to the Narcotic Drugs Act permit both legally-grown cannabis for the manufacture of medicinal cannabis products in Australia. The changes, proposed earlier this month by the …

Read More »

Switzerland to vote on banning banks from creating money

Switzerland money currency Swiss

Switzerland will hold a referendum to decide whether to ban commercial banks from creating money. The Swiss federal government confirmed on Thursday that it would hold the plebiscite, after more than 110,000 people signed a petition calling for the central bank to be given sole power to create money in the …

Read More »

The greatest debt crisis the world has ever seen is coming

U.S. National Debt 2013

The largest mountain of debt in the history of the world just continues to grow even larger, and everyone knows that this colossal debt spiral is not going to end well.  But we all keep playing along because nobody wants the party to end.  Right now, there is an unprecedented …

Read More »

Barclays fined £26 million for manipulating price of gold for a decade

Barclays capital gold price rigging

It was almost inevitable: a week after we wrote “From Rothschild To Koch Industries: Meet The People Who “Fix” The Price Of Gold” and days after “Barclays’ Head Of Gold Trading, And Gold “Fixer”, Is Leaving The Bank“, earlier today the UK Financial Conduct Authority finally formalized what most in …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

Scotland bans the growing of GMO crops

Wheat crop

Scotland says it will ban genetically modified crops on its soil. According to officials, the move will protect the environment. They are also taking advantage of new EU laws, allowing member states to decide whether they want to grow the crops or not. Although the EU imports large quantities of …

Read More »

Wind power generates 140% of Denmark’s electricity demand

Wind power windfarm energy

So much power was produced by Denmark’s windfarms on Thursday that the country was able to meet its domestic electricity demand and export power to Norway, Germany and Sweden. On an unusually windy day, Denmark found itself producing 116% of its national electricity needs from wind turbines yesterday evening. By 3am on …

Read More »