US$11 Trillion But, The Song Remains The Same - By Economic Cycle Research Institute (ECRI) (25/3/15) PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 25 March 2015 08:05

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The Maritime Silk Road — 1405 And 2013 - By Mike Billington (25/3/15) PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 25 March 2015 08:04

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Contagion Deja Vu - By James Rikards (24/3/15) PDF Print E-mail
James Rikards   
Tuesday, 24 March 2015 07:03

The Daily Reckoning

As my flight from New York to Hong Kong touched down on Sept. 17, 1997, and taxied to the gate, I was startled by the plane parked at the next gate.

It was an old Boeing 707 with the words “United States of America” on top of the fuselage in a configuration eerily reminiscent of the original Air Force One that carried President Kennedy’s body to Washington from Dallas after his assassination in 1963.

But this plane did not have the familiar light blue trim of the presidential fleet. Instead, it had a dark green trim in a shade I refer to as “Treasury green.” This was the government plane transporting U.S. Treasury Secretary Bob Rubin and other officials to the annual meeting of the IMF.

I was there for the same meeting, representing Long Term Capital Management, the then mysterious hedge fund that dominated trading in government bonds of countries around the world. With me were several LTCM partners, including David W. Mullins Jr., a former assistant secretary of the Treasury in charge of federal finance and vice chairman of the Federal Reserve.

A year later, LTCM would come to grief, but we didn’t know that at the time. In September 1997, we were still on top of the world. It made perfect sense for us to join this gathering of central bankers, heads of state, finance ministers and private bankers from around the world. We were in the mix.

The September 1997 IMF meeting was the most momentous and memorable of all the semiannual gatherings the IMF conducts. It occurred shortly after the outbreak of the Asian financial crisis that started in Thailand in July 1997 with the devaluation of the Thai currency, the baht. Prior to that devaluation, the baht had been firmly pegged to the U.S. dollar.



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The Perfect Storm For Oil Hits In Two Months: US Crude Production To Soar Just As Storage Runs Out - By Tyler Durden (23/3/15) PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 23 March 2015 07:42

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Investors Crushed As US Natural Gas Drillers Blow Up - By Wolf Richter (23/3/15) PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 23 March 2015 07:41

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