Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Headlines in the News February 16, 2016

Deranged Central Bankers Blowing Up The World
Financial Crisis 2016: High Yield Debt Tells Us That Just About EVERYTHING Is About To Collapse
What Energy Bankers are REALLY Saying: “We are looking to save ourselves now!”
From USA Today… How Bad Will It Get for the Banks?
The Five Fears Stalking the Global Banking Industry
Opinion: Falling Oil Prices Will Bankrupt the Likes of Russia, Saudi Arabia
IMF and World Bank Move to Forestall Oil-Led Defaults
Is Saudi Arabia Approaching an Economic Breaking Point?
Economist Suggests that Correa is Out of Touch with Ecuador’s Economic Crisis
The Effect of Deflation on Debt
vehicle mounted anti-ambush shotgun arrays used in Rhodesia
Darpa robot ship
antique hand cranked sewing machines
70 percent of Americans are being treated for a depression they DON’T HAVE, says award-winning investigative journalist
BBC News Here’s why (and how) the government will ‘borrow’ your retirement savings
Intelligent Robots Threaten Millions of Jobs
Draghi Denies ECB Waging War on Cash With Big Banknote Review
Dollars & Bonds Not Safe Haven This Crash
Jim Rogers says Central Bankers are incompetent and we’re all going to pay the price
Where Deflation Comes From
China PPI, consumer inflation unlikely to offer investors cheer
Boeing Worst Performing Dow Stock in 2016
The Third and Final Phase for Central Banking Has Begun
Gold is Officially in a Bull Market
Germany Prepares For Half A Million Refugees This Year
What Markets Are Telling Us
Another Lousy Case of Corporate Welfare
Americans over 40 carrying more debt
Why the U.S. is vulnerable to a recession
Why Higher Gold Prices Today Are Just the Start of 2016’s Climb
Japan’s economy contracts in fourth quarter
January Sees Huge Spike in Dry Bulk Scrapping
USDollar/USDX Index
A Jaw-Dropping Prediction: “Silver Will Head Towards A $400 Price”
This Heart Attack Gun May Have Been Used To Kill Scalia: “Undetectable Toxin… Leaves a Tiny Red Dot… Would Not Appear In Autopsy”

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