An Insane Financial World - By Gary Christenson (25/5/15) PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 25 May 2015 08:05

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Secret Pentagon Report Reveals US "Created" ISIS As A "Tool" To Overthrow Syria's President Assad - By Tyler Durden (25/5/15) PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 25 May 2015 08:04

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Another Central Bank Hits The Panic Button - By Casey Research (23/5/15) PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 23 May 2015 08:54

At first glance, the European Central Bank’s QE program appears to be working. Asset prices are up across the Continent. Old bubbles, like property in Spain, are reflating.

But look closer and you’ll see that things aren’t going as planned. European bonds suffered a steep sell off earlier this month. And the euro was supposed to weaken to help boost European exports. Instead, it has rebounded against the dollar.

Europe’s banks are bleeding. A rumor is going around that rating agency Fitch is going to downgrade dozens of European banks. Worse, Greece says it will default on June 5. If it does, prepare for a financial earthquake.

The ECB is trying to paper over these problems. It just announced that it will speed up its QE bond purchases in May and June. Of course, it’s not the only central bank that’s trying to weaken its currency. Over a dozen central banks have eased their monetary policies in 2015 so far.

That includes China, where economic momentum has collapsed so fast that the Chinese central bank cut rates three times in six months.

As Jim Rickards wrote in his book Currency Wars, history shows that these beggar-thy-neighbor policies lead to inflation, recession, and even revolution. Rickards thinks that we’re in for an even worse financial crisis than the last one.




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‘Titanic’ Global Economy May “Collapse” Warn HSBC - Gold Is Lifeboat - By Goldcore (23/5/15) PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 23 May 2015 08:52

- “World economy is like an ocean liner without lifeboats” - HSBC
- Four areas of high risk identified by HSBC
- Risk of stock market crash
- Pension funds and insurers may not meet obligations
- Chinese recession may drag U.S. into recession or depression
- Premature rate rise would expose very fragile global economy
- “There aren’t enough lifeboats to go round”
- HSBC positive on gold due to risks
- Gold vital lifeboat when global ship strikes iceberg


The chief economist of the world’s third largest bank, HSBC’s Stephen King, has compared the global economy to the Titanic.

In a note to clients on Wednesday he wrote “We may not know what will cause the next downswing but, at this stage, we can categorically state that, in the event we hit an iceberg, there aren’t enough lifeboats to go round.”

“The world economy is like an ocean liner without lifeboats.” As we have been warning in recent months, when another recession arrives, governments do not have the ability or the reserves to prop up the economy like they did in 2008.

Global debt has soared by 40 percent since the Great Recession. We now have a staggering $200 trillion of debt globally, or almost three times the size of the global economy. It would be a “truly titanic struggle” for policymakers to right the economy, King said.



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Today’s CPI Lesson: The Fed’s 2% Inflation Target Is Completely Stupid - By David Stockman (23/5/15) PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 23 May 2015 08:51

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