Paper Banknotes And The Indebting Of Nations, Banking, War And Bankruptcy - By Darryl R Schoon (25/11/11) PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 25 November 2011 10:19

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Here You Go: It's Over - By Karl Denninger (25/11/11) PDF Print E-mail
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Friday, 25 November 2011 10:14

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We're done folks.

CNBC is reporting that there are now clients running out of the markets entirely because they do not believe their customer funds are safe.

That's the end of it. The belief that there are more MF Globals has now taken hold. The thieves have pushed it too far and now we've got the start of a global liquidity run, and with good reason.

The authorities both in the regulatory side and on the prosecutorial side have refused to put a stop to the thievery and now the risk factors have turned into realized risk.

The market is done folks. You can be right but if you make your bet in the markets, are right, and then get screwed anyway when someone steals the money and nobody goes to jail there comes a time when people begin to understand that it can happen to them and will unless they depart the market.



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U.S. Economic Conditions Are “Terrifying” - By 5 Minutes Forecast (24/11/11) PDF Print E-mail
5 Minutes Forecast   
Thursday, 24 November 2011 09:54

U.S. economic conditions are “terrifying” Mohamed El-Erian said yesterday. El-Erian, as you may know, is Bill Gross’ right-hand man at Pimco, the world’s largest bond fund. He gives the U.S. a 50/50 chance at a renewed recession.

“What’s most terrifying?” El-Erian asked rhetorically in a Bloomberg TV interview. “We are having this discussion about the risk of recession at a time when unemployment is already too high, at a time when a quarter of homeowners are underwater on their mortgages, at a time then the fiscal deficit is at 9% and at a time when interest rates are at zero.

“The big concern is the U.S. getting tipped over by Europe. Things in Europe are getting worse, not better.”

Indeed, they are. A plan to bail out the French-Belgian banking mongrel known as Dexia is falling apart, according to a Belgian newspaper.



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45 Percent In US Struggle To Make Ends Meet - By Reuters (24/11/11) PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 24 November 2011 08:59

Nearly half of all Americans lack economic security, meaning they live above the federal poverty threshold but still do not have enough money to cover housing, food, healthcare and other basic expenses, according to a survey of government and industry data.

The survey, released on Tuesday by the advocacy group Wider Opportunities for Women (WOW), found that 45 percent of U.S. residents live in households that struggle to make ends meet.

That breaks down to 39 percent of all adults and 55 percent of all children, the group found.

"This is a wake-up call for Congress, for our state policy-makers, really for all of us," said Donna Addkison, President and CEO of WOW.



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Shock: 100 Million Americans In Poverty Or Right On The Edge - By Mac Slavo (23/11/11) PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 23 November 2011 09:28

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We can play these “recovery” games in the media all we want, but the truth is starkly different from what our benevolent leadership would have us believe.

If the abhorrent unemployment numbers, the nearly 50 million on government food assistance, dwindling savings accounts, collapsing real estate values, and negative economic growth (when adjusted for inflation) are not enough to convince you that we are in a long-term depressionary cycle, then maybe these latest statistics of “near poor” Americans will:

Down but not quite out, these Americans form a diverse group sometimes called “near poor” and sometimes simply overlooked — and a new count suggests they are far more numerous than previously understood.



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