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The countdown to the break up of the Euro has officially begun

The results of the elections in France and Greece have made it abundantly clear that there is a tremendous backlash against the austerity approach that Germany has been pushing. All over Europe, prominent politicians and incumbent political parties are being voted out.  In fact, Nicolas Sarkozy has become the 11th …

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The Gold War

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The global financial crisis is better described as a global monetary war to defend the toxic US Dollar, whose sunset can be seen.In the last 12 to 18 months, the monetary war has again morphed, this time into a far more serious and financially violent global Gold War. Nations are …

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Russia to buy 200 tons of gold in 2016

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Russia plans to stock up on about 200 tons of gold this year, nearly matching the 208 tons it purchased in 2015. That’s according to Anton Navoi, the deputy head of the statistics department at the Russian Central Bank. Navoi explained that it’s profitable for the state to buy the …

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Ron Paul: You can’t print money forever

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With the stock market nearing all-time highs and the Federal Reserve hinting that it would not raise interest rates, former US Congressman Ron Paul warned that the Fed’s policies have put the market on the verge of a massive collapse. “I look at the markets as being unstable, which means some days …

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Argentina and 10 more countries near bankruptcy

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The third-largest Latin American economy Argentina failed to make scheduled payments on its government bonds at the end of July. Credit agency Moody’s Investors Service reported a spike in Argentina’s one-year Sovereign EDF (Expected Default Frequency) to 48% in one week. “Amid increasing concerns that Argentina’s default will exacerbate its …

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JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon gets 74% payrise; to $20 million

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It was only a year ago that JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon was getting his pay docked by millions of dollars. Now, though, the company is giving their chief executive a raise. Despite the fact that JPMorgan was hit with $20 billion worth of fines during 2013, Dimon will receive $1.5 …

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CIA insider Jim Rickards’ predictions for society in 2024

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Editor’s Note from Jim Rickards: ‘The following article describes a fictional dystopia in the spirit of Brave New World or 1984. It is not a firm forecast or prediction in the usual analytic sense. Instead, it’s intended to provide warning, and encourage readers to be alert to dangerous trends in …

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World economy is so damaged it needs permanent money printing

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Combined tightening by the United States and China has done its worst. Global liquidity is evaporating. What looked liked a gentle tap on the brakes by the two monetary superpowers has proved too much for a fragile world economy, still locked in “secular stagnation”. The latest investor survey by Bank …

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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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8 signs that a global economic crisis is coming soon

When the banking crisis crippled global markets seven years ago, central bankers stepped in as lenders of last resort. Profligate private-sector loans were moved on to the public-sector balance sheet and vast money-printing gave the global economy room to heal. Time is now rapidly running out. From China to Brazil, …

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Loan Market Predictions for 2017

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The repeated nationalist victories in 2016 elections have shaken investors and left many afraid for 2017. Let’s look at loan market predictions for 2017 based on the information we have and trends we can safely project into the future. Continued Deflationary Pressures Drive Investor Decisions Institutional debt is deflationary. When …

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Rothschild family is worth more than the top 8 billionaires in the world

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A recent report by Oxfam International highlights the dramatic rise in income equality by noting that the combined wealth of the world’s top 8 individual billionaires is more than the lower half of the world’s population, some 3.6 billion people. The intention of the report was to bring awareness to the unfairness …

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Major Australian bank taken to court over interest rate rigging

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The corporate regulator has launched legal action against National Australia Bank for allegedly manipulating the bank bill swap rate (BBSW) 50 times. NAB said it would fight the case. Labor leader Bill Shorten jumped on the move, saying it provided further evidence of the need for a royal commission into the banks. “How …

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Italian banks are going bust

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Italian banks face some big problems. The thing is they are pretty much the same as last year. Shares in Italian banks have slumped this year, amid fears that lenders need more capital to manage losses on bad loans. While some banks could do with raising capital—UniCredit for one has a thin …

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RBS: Sell everything, a market crash is coming

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Investors face a “cataclysmic year” where stock markets could fall by up to 20% and oil could slump to $16 a barrel, economists at the Royal Bank of Scotland have warned. In a note to its clients the bank said: “Sell everything except high quality bonds. This is about return of capital, not return …

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Washington just dipped into retirement savings to fund itself

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From Filip Karinja You know things are getting bad when your government begins to stick its hand into retirement accounts just so that it can remain solvent for a few more months. With the debt limit about to come back into full swing at a staggering $18.1 trillion this week, Treasury Secretary Jack …

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Greek banks get additional €10bn to counter ECB pressure

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Banks in Greece have been given the go ahead to access an additional €10 billion in emergency funding from the Bank of Greece, according to a government official. This is a push-back from Athens demonstrating its intent to roll back austerity measures. “Greece does not aim to blackmail anyone but …

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Economic collapse is inevitable, here’s why…

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America is quickly approaching a catastrophic economic collapse. Before you dismiss this as hype or paranoia, take a few minutes to review the facts outlined on this page. The numbers don’t lie. At this point, the dollar crash is unavoidable… far from an exaggeration this is a mathematical certainty. As …

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