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Petrodollar exports negative in 2014, first time in 18 years

Petrodollar

Two years ago, in hushed tones at first, then ever louder, the financial world began discussing that which shall never be discussed in polite company – the end of the system that according to many has framed and facilitated the US Dollar‘s reserve currency status. The Petrodollar, or the world …

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Who is Making Money from Your Personal Data?

This is the age of big data. Every website we click, web query we search or mobile app we use creates its own data stream. Companies are investing more and more into using this unfathomably huge amount of data to learn about buyer activities and to tailor their product and …

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Trump’s dollar warning sends US currency tumbling

Dollar warning Trump US currency tumbling

President Donald Trump has triggered a sharp decline in the US dollar by criticizing the currency’s strength on the back of increased confidence in his presidency. “I think our dollar is getting too strong, and partially that’s my fault because people have confidence in me. But that’s hurting – that …

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The most powerful casino-themed movies

The Las Vegas Strip has become a centre for gambling in the US

Movies have always been magnetic. It promises abandoned hilarity, adventure and immersion into the world that makes you forget about daily vanity. Understandably why producers and film directors choose Las Vegas as the main movie location and gambling as the main theme of movies. And whether you are acquainted with …

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Iran is preparing to ditch US dollar in international trade

Iran ditch US dollar international trade

After US President Donald Trump included Iran on a list of Muslim-majority countries facing a temporary immigration ban, Tehran responded by threatening to stop using the American dollar. Iran would either introduce a new common currency, in place of the US dollar, or use a portfolio of various currencies in foreign exchange and financial …

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Gold Fields CEO: we are facing a global gold shortage

Gold Fields CEO Nick Holland

By Filip Karinja Nick Holland, CEO of South African based gold miner Gold Fields, stunned the audience with his speech at the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy conference in Brisbane on Monday. Holland stated that the gold mining industry is not spending enough to sustain itself into the future, with slowed …

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US dollar continues to lose influence around the world

US dollar losing influence around world

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group For centuries, global reserve currencies have proven to have a shelf life of around 80 years. Us humans, living our relatively short lives, tend to overlook long-term trends. With the U.S. dollar acting as global reserve currency since the Bretton Woods conference following World War II, …

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China warns Soros against ‘declaring war’ on its currency

George Soros China

China’s official newspaper warned billionaire investor George Soros not to bet against the Yuan in a front-page opinion piece, as China tries to boost confidence in its home currency, also known as the renminbi, which has dropped 5 percent since August. “Soros’s war on the renminbi and the Hong Kong …

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Libya destroyed by the west, $7 billion in gold and silver missing

Libya Gaddafi gold

A declassified email sent on April 2, 2011 to then Secretary of State Hillary Clinton reveals the invasion of Libya was launched to prevent Muammar Gaddafi from establishing a pan-African currency based on Libya’s gold Dinar. According to the document posted on the US State Department website advisors to Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, …

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Fed raises interest rates…now what?

Federal Reserve interest rate rise

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group This week, the Federal Reserve voted to raise interest rates a quarter of a percent to 0.5%, the first rate rise since 2006. But this wasn’t the only bold announcement the Fed made. In a report released the same day, titled “Economic Projections“, they predicted that by 2018 they …

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Federal Reserve cries wolf on interest rates yet again

Federal Reserve Janet Yellen

The Federal Reserve has once again found a convenient excuse for why they again won’t raise rates, but “may do so in December“. Time after time in recent months, they say they will raise rates in the future — most likely to give the illusion that the economy has recovered from the …

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US Mint sells out of 2015 Silver Eagles

2015 Silver Eagle

In the aftermath of the latest breakout of the Greek crisis, Europeans across the continent, not just in Greece (even though with capital controls, potential deposit confiscation and currency devaluation they would have benefited by far the most), scrambled to buy physical gold and silver. This is what the UK Royal …

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Journalists blast Israeli govt cartoon mocking Gaza news coverage

Israel cartoon Gaza terror rules

Israel’s Foreign Ministry has produced a 50-second cartoon mocking foreign reporting on Gaza, urging people to see that “terrorism rules” there. Apart from arguably lacking comedic value, the clip was slammed as being in poor taste by international media. The animated short shows a blond, presumably American reporter in Gaza …

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US, UK and Australia to reject Palestinian bid for statehood at UN

UN meeting

Palestinian sources say that the US, UK, and Australia have each indicated that they would reject a Palestinian-proposed UN Security Council resolution setting a timetable for ending Israel’s administration of the West Bank and establishing an independent Palestinian state on the pre-1967 armistice lines. Haaretz reports that members of Palestinian Authority President …

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Israel begins shutdown of its embassies worldwide

Israeli embassy

Employees of Israel’s Foreign Ministry went on an all-out strike Sunday for the first time in the country’s history over a dispute surrounding workers’ salaries and conditions. The dispute has been going on for nearly two years. Seven months of negotiations ended on March 4, when workers rejected a proposal …

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Photos from a 1972 Rothschild illuminati party

Mansion Rothschild

On 12/12/72 Marie-Hélène de Rothschild, member of the most powerful elite family in the world, held a Surrealist Ball at Château de Ferrières, one of the family’s gigantic mansions. While these events are usually extremely secretive, photographs of this particular Ball surfaced on the web. In short, it is a …

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Palestinian authority rejects calls to postpone statehood bid

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says he intends on pressing forward with a statehood bid at the United Nations next week. He has turned down requests from the US, Britain, Germany and France to delay the bid. Abbas will formally request that the UN General Assembly upgrade the Palestinian Authority’s (PA) …

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Portuguese Army marches against austerity

Thousands of soldiers in civilian dress have marched through Lisbon in protest of the austerity program that’s part and parcel of the country’s 2013 budget. An estimated 10,000 active and retired military personnel rallied against the “unjustified cutbacks,” calling for President Anibal Cavaco Silva to veto the controversial austerity budget …

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How to pay off your personal debts

Are you unsettled by the current state of your finances? Would you do anything to turn your life around? Are you ready to put the work in? If your answer to these questions is yes, this is your chance to go debt free. Once you have paid off your personal …

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Globalists maintain power in France with former Rothschild banker Macron

Macron globalists Rothschild banker France

Everything about France’s new president Emmanuel Macron suggests a theatrical production of hype and illusion. He is being “sold” to the masses as an “outsider” and “centrist”, a benign liberal. In reality, enter the economic hitman who will blow French society apart in the service of the oligarchy. At age …

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