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A ‘tsunami’ is about to hit the debt market

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A tidal wave may be coming to the bond market, and it’s not going to be pretty. At least that’s the view of Matthew Mish, credit strategist at UBS. To Mish, the elevated rates of default in the commodity sector and high risk bonds are a harbinger of things to come for …

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You Can Save Cash With These Quick Tips

Are you the kind of person who starts the month off with the best of intentions, but then discovers that they only have a few dollars left to their name when they’re in the week before payday? If so, you’re not alone. It can be very difficult to control your …

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China’s central bank to inject $81b stimulus into top 5 banks

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China‘s central bank is injecting 500 billion yuan ($81 billion) into the country’s five major state-owned banks as it moves to counter slower-than-expected growth in the world’s No. 2 economy, according to a senior Chinese banking executive. The move contributed to a rise in Asian markets early Wednesday, but falls …

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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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Top Benefits Of Online Gambling

Through the years, online casino gambling has increased from a small niche to one of the popular forms of entertainment around the world. Millions of players log into the internet and play for real money or fun. This is the reason for the huge numbers of players today. Thus, in …

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Ukraine’s National Bank receives another $1 billion from the IMF

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The fourth tranche of the International Monetary Fund credit of $1 billion to Ukraine has entered the reserve of the National Bank of Ukraine, Ukrainian Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk said Wednesday. The IMF approved a four-year program of financial aid to Ukraine in March 2015. Kiev has already received three tranches of aid totalling …

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United States puts its crosshairs on Russia

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Washington’s attack on Russia has moved beyond the boundary of the absurd into the realm of insanity. The New Chief of the US Broadcasting Board of Governors, Andrew Lack, has declared the Russian news service, RT, which broadcasts in multiple languages, to be a terrorist organisation equivalent to Boko Haram …

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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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Turning Your Car Into Cash: The Truth About Title Loans

While you may be driving the car of your dreams, you may realize you don’t have enough capital to make your other dreams a reality. Business owners and consumers that find themselves struggling to get a loan or make money through unconventional means may find that turning in their car …

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Washington just dipped into retirement savings to fund itself

Jack Lew Treasury Secretary

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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Economic facts: America headed for total collapse

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According to the major polls, at least 2/3 of Americans think, “things will get better”. Yes, they are that stupid. Let’s look at some plain facts: 48% of Americans are considered either “low income” or living in poverty by the government. 20% of households are on Food Stamps. 1 in every …

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BuzzFeed publishes fake news about Donald Trump and Russia

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BuzzFeed’s decision to publish an intelligence report filled with salacious and unsubstantiated claims about Donald Trump’s purported behaviour in Russia has triggered a political storm and debate over media ethics. The news website posted the unredacted documents on Tuesday, just 10 days before Trump’s inauguration, with a warning that the …

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5 trends that show China is about to redefine the gold market

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Apple spent about five years developing the iPhone, which has changed the smartphone market forever. Until the release, however, nobody could imagine what impact the iPhone would have on the market. And most consumers didn’t know about it at all. The same thing is happening with China and gold right …

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Federal Reserve unable to deal with next economic crisis

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From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group Earlier this week, a Federal Reserve official made the stunning admission that its credit expansion and debt creation policy is no longer having any significant effect on the economy. Now, even those in the mainstream are joining those of us who have been saying it for …

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Goldman Sachs may face trial for role in Greek debt crisis

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Goldman Sachs faces the prospect of potential legal action from Greece over the complex financial deals in 2001 that many blame for its subsequent debt crisis. A leading adviser to debt-riven countries has offered to help Athens recover some of the vast profits made by the investment bank. The Independent has …

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HSBC to axe 50,000 jobs

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Just days after JPMorgan revealed it would fire another 5,000 by the end of the year in a “scalpel” headcount reduction, overnight the world’s favorite drug money laundering bank HSBC unleashed the “machete” and announced it would cut almost 50,000 workers, or one in five bankers, a move which would shrink the …

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