Thursday, April 16, 2015

Headlines in the News April 16, 2015

Guess who holds even more US debt than China or Japan
Ron Paul on CNBC: ‘The whole system is built on fractional reserve banking, accumulation of debt, and malinvestment….Things are very, very fragile.’
Negative Interest is Here
Why Is WalMart Mysteriously Shuttering Stores Nationwide For “Plumbing Issues”?
Greece Running Out of Time as Officials Draw Contingency Plans
Draghi’s Deranged Paranormal: European Banks Paying Borrowers To Buy Homes
Ron Paul Another Showdown? Armed Members of Oath Keepers Group Preparing for Standoff Against BLM
Federal court rejects Third Amendment claim against police officers
Inventor of Antivirus Sofware: “Encryption Doesn’t Matter In a World Where Anyone Can Plant Software On Your Phone and See What You’re Seeing”
Ruskin mailman tries flying to Capitol in gyrocopter to deliver campaign reform message to Congress
What Would Beaver Do? 2
OPEC Going Broke, Dumping Dollars. Is That Good Or Bad?
Deutsche Bank's Ominous Warning: A "Perfect Storm" Is Coming In 2018
Ex-Im Bank Official Hit With Bribery Charge
Pilot explains his mission before Capitol landing
Will J.C. Penney Ever Make Money Again?
How a $30 million fine against a for-profit college could be a win for students
Problems in Europe, yet the ECB is accountable to no one
Martin Armstrong â€" Gold Bullion To “Max Out At $5,000 Per Ounce”
Burger King Founder Says Higher Wages Could Kill Off ‘Dollar Menus’”
Oil layoffs hit 100,000 and counting
Jack Lew: U.S. Economy Is Doing Much Better
California Water Supplier Cuts Delivery To 19 Million People This Summer
What Is The Fed?
Do American Millenials Make Bad Employees?
Bank of America says it’s not worried about losing its customers to robots
Personality Tests Raise Bar for Job Seekers
Fed: U.S. economy still struggling to gain traction
Madoff trustee Picard seeks to pay investors $1.25 billion
Economic Uncertainty Driving Corporate Buybacks?
Protester glitterbombs European Central Bank's president
$1,477,901,000,000+:Tax-Day Tax Record
China Finally Stops Fighting the Stock Market-Peter Schiff
Fed Beige Book offers tepid view of the economy
Survey: McDonald’s franchisee outlook worsens
Witness Describes Capitol Landing
Target announces $19 million data breach settlement with MasterCard
New Lending For A New Economy
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Energy Stories in the News Apr 16

Russia's oil giant Lukoil reopens office in Iran
Increasing oil prices spell trouble for India?
Iraq oil minister says crude exports to hit record in April
No Room For Iranian Oil In Current OPEC Strategy
UK GAS-Prices ease on expectations of higher LNG supply
South Korea's March LNG imports fall 26% on year to 3.05 million mt
Four LNG carriers diverted from Yemen
Indonesia coal royalty hike to cost jobs, increase illegal mining -industry group
India to overtake China as biggest thermal coal importer
Australia, India work on closure of civil nuclear agreement
Nuclear deal to double Iran growth next year
China Approves First Locally Designed Nuclear Reactor to Spur Economy
Ten top trends for U.S. wind energy in 2014
How the US solar giants could take down Australian utilities
India's share of global funding for solar power in January-March just 1 per cent
Strong Dollar Threatens U.S. Ethanol Exporter Gains Over Brazil
U.S. ethanol plants idle earlier for maintenance due to weak margins

Precious Metals Stories in the News Apr 16

Apr 16 China Finally Stops Fighting the Stock Market  Peter Schiff 321gold   
Apr 16 The Rosen Market Timing Letter  Ron Rosen 321gold   
Apr 16 IMF close to giving up on Greece  DailyMail   
Apr 16 The Global Debt Binge Is Worse Than You Imagined  Bonner&Partners   
Apr 16 Almaden [web] Completes Additional Infill & Stepout Drilling Program, Hits 19.50 meters of 1.52 g/t Au, 55.6 g/t Ag at Ixtaca  AMM   
Apr 16 Unraveling at the Seams: EU on Verge of Collapse  sputnik   
Apr 16 The Frankenstein Economy  acting-man   
Apr 16 American Weapons to Ukraine: Beyond the Point of No Return  RI   
Apr 16 Smartphones could be charged in 60 seconds with new battery  Telegraph   

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Headlines in the News April 15, 2015

What Happened When Maine Forced Welfare Recipients To Work For Their Benefits?
The Six Too Big To Fail Banks In The U.S. Have 278 TRILLION Dollars Of Exposure To Derivatives
Q1 GDP Expectations Are Crashing
David Morgan James Turk Global Collapse with a Golden Backlash
Fed Official Warns ‘Flash Crash’ Could Be Repeated
Storey’s Basic Country Skills: A Practical Guide to Self-Reliance
Good-Bye April 15Th!
Lone Survivor
Unbroken
Combat Shotgun
TSA Screeners At DIA Manipulated System To Grope Men’s Genitals ISIS Camp a Few Miles from Texas, Mexican Authorities Confirm
Jade Helm 15 exercise, Colorado backs out
Whatcha Gonna Do When They Come for You? (Part One)
Ron Paul: Watch out. Dollar's in a 'huge bubble'
Why one CEO raised the minimum wage at his company to $70,000 a year
U.S. Shale Oil Output Set to Fall
Greece and the Euro Breakup; Why the US Dollar Is Facing an Even Bigger Crisis
Target nears $20 million MasterCard data breach settlement
Ford plans $2.5-billion investment in Mexico, sources say
JPMorgan Loses Bid to Renew Security of $1.5 Billion GM Loan
Hank Paulson: U.S. tax system is a “disgrace”
HUD Awards $36 Million in Housing Counseling Grants to Prevent Foreclosures
Economic Conundrum: Weak Inflation vs. Slow Retail Sales
BlackRock CEO Laurence Fink To Corporate Execs: Stop Dancing To Wall Street's Tune
China’s growth poised to fall below 7%
47% of Americans Can’t Save Any Money
Obama to take Cuba off US terror list
$5.9 billion profit for JPMorgan Chase: Happy now, Jamie Dimon?
Top 1% Pay Half Of The Income Tax
Labor Dept. Pledges $13 Million to Promote Employment for Youth--in El Salvador, Honduras
Americans Are Spending More To Dine Out Than On Groceries For The First Time
The Fed Never Learnsâ€"â€"Another Inventory Dump Is Brewing
It's Tax-plicated: Complexity Rising with Obamacare Burden
America's Poor Rich Middle Class
Which Fortune 500 Companies Pay No Taxes
Greece Out of Funds by Month End â€" Default and Drachma Imminent?
Economists Still Think Economics Is the Best
The Six Too Big To Fail Banks In The U.S. Have 278 Trillion Dollars Of Exposure To Derivatives
'Sharing economy' apps to boom with their lure of cheap and easy
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Energy Stories in the News Apr 15

API: Ensure U.S. oil boom continues
Iran could pump 3.4-3.6 mil b/d of crude oil within months of sanctions lifting: IEA
UPDATE 1-China March oil demand up 7.6 pct y/y, crude runs hit record high
Norway's oil fund backs more focus on climate change at BP, Shell
Oil demand seen rising, but Iran calls for cut
Shell starts supplying natural gas to Ukraine
U.S. Will Become Net Exporter of Natural Gas by 2017
LNG unlikely to replace Russian gas flows to Europe until 2020: experts
Coal ship queue at Australia's Newcastle port below 30 for third week
Energy: US firm completes financing for coal and power project in Niger
Japanese court halts restart of two nuclear reactors due to safety concerns
Protests as Turkey builds first nuclear power plant
Poland's nuclear project pushed back at least another two years: sources
Dubai Will Invest $3 Billion To Boost Solar Power Project Capacity To 3 GW
South Africa Names Bidders for 1,000 MW of Green Power
U.S. gasoline futures rise on API data showing fuel stocks drop

Precious Metals Stories in the News Apr 15

Apr 15 Greece, gold, the death of paper money...  Darryl Robert Schoon 321gold   
Apr 15 Greece prepares for debt default if talks with creditors fail  GC   
Apr 15 Truth - The Cure for Cognitive Dissonance  TBP   
Apr 15 None Dare Call It Fraud—–Its Just A "Savings Glut"  DSCC   
Apr 15 Standard Tolling [web] Engages Brisco Capital  TON   
Apr 15 Bank Treasury holds growing faster than loans for 1st time since 2008 crash  ATimes   
Apr 15 19 Signs That American Families Are Being Economically Destroyed  ETFDN   
Apr 15 The Real Nuclear Threat in the Middle East  SFA   
Apr 15 The blink, lover's gaze and the flirting triangle  DailyMail   

Friday, April 10, 2015

Headlines in the News April 10, 2015

JP Morgan Issues Warning To Shareholders Concerning Next Financial Crisis
Feedlot, packer margins continue climb out of the red
THE COMING GOLD RUSH: There’s A Lot Less Gold In The World
When you think the financial world can’t get any crazier… this happens
Officer Feared for His Life, so He Shot & Killed This Family’s Tiny Miniature Pig
Video: Bill Whittle Doctors Say Tick Borne ‘Powassan Virus’ Is Worse Than Lyme Disease
Obama’s EPA making California drought crisis worse?
Kuwait Reintroduces Compulsory Military Service For Citizens
China Gold Reserves Rise To Threatening Level
One Last Look At The Real Economy Before It Implodes Euro Zone Sets Greece Reform Deadline Ahead of IMF Repayment
Why This Earnings Season Could Be The Worst Since 2009
Minimum Wage: Disadvantaged Youth Are Crucial Issue
Who Will Control The World’s Water: Governments Or Corporations?
The US Gov Can Download the Entire Contents of Your Computer at Border Crossings
Obama gun control push backfires as industry sees unprecedented surge
Police arrest 5 fake Long Island detectives IRS ordered to release list of targeted tea party groups
US Unemployment Aid Applications Rise to 281,000
JP Morgan CEO Jamie Dimon: “The expensive lessons that I will not forget”
Bank Deposits No Longer Guaranteed By Austrian Government
What Greece Needs, Putin Can't Provide
US holds potential game-changing cards at Americas summit
Federal banking official to meet with Colorado pot industry workers, congressmen
Walgreens shutters 200 U.S. stores
A Bloomberg analyst just traveled across China and came back with a serious warning for the global economy
When you think the financial world can’t get any crazier… this happens
Utility to pay $1.6B after deadly California pipeline rupture
Greece confirms it will meet IMF loan repayment deadline
Gallup: Most Americans Still Unhappy With Obamacare
One Last Look At The Real Economy Before It Implodes -
Elder Care Costs Keep Rising; Nursing Home Bill Now $91,000
Bernanke’s Conga Line Of Liquid Courage: Central Banks Race To The Bottom
Confident Americans Resume Their Shopping Spree
Report: 39,000 immigrant kids coming to U.S.
Q1 Economic Slowdown Does Not Deter Freddie Mac’s Positive Forecast for Housing
Keiser Report: Greek Ugly Scenario
Deutsche Bank Nears Plea Deal Over Libor Manipulation
Americans' View on the Economy Hits 8-Year High
Japanese pharmaceutical company Eisai Co to cut about 450 jobs in U.S.
Dunkin’ Donuts debuts mobile payment via Google Wallet
Investigation shows hundreds of security breaches at U.S. airports
Undercover Investigation Finds Serious Problems With Paid Tax Preparers
Nearly 1 of 3 banks don’t require vendors to report data breaches
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