Trading | July 31

Authored by Rory Hall via The Daily Coin, So far so good. Petrodollar will be showing signs of wear-and-tear in the very near future. We have been documenting the demise of the dollar hegemony for the past several years and the

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Trading | July 31

Workplace safety incidents have been a major topic of discussion at certain high-flying companies over the last couple of months, but one of the names that hasn’t recently been mentioned has been Amazon. With the release of a new report by

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Trading | July 31

Via TheRealNews.com, Part 1 President Trump’s warm words for Vladimir Putin and his failure to endorse U.S. intelligence community claims about alleged Russian meddling have been called “treasonous” and the cause of a “national security crisis.” There is a crisis, says

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Trading | July 31

After a few years of relative apathy, today’s Bank of Japan statement is greeted with considerable anticipation as it may well have some significant impacts on global markets, judging by the last two weeks’ action after hints at BoJ policy shifts.

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Trading | July 31

Authored by Tom Luongo, This year’s BRICS Summit was a big show.  No question.  The main event was provided by Turkish President cum Dictator Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Erdogan wants to a a “T” to the acronym, making them the BRICTS. Erdogan

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Trading | July 31

Authored by Brian Cloughley via The Strategic Culture Foundation, Countries of the NATO military alliance have been ordered by President Trump to increase their spending on weapons, and the reasons for his insistence they do so are becoming clearer. It’s got

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Trading | July 31

With the migrant crisis continuing to peak for Europe’s Mediterranean nations, and as it has lately become politically disastrous for others like Germany, resulting in a half-baked quick fix offered by the European Union to pay out 6,000 euros ($7,000) for each migrant

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Trading | July 31

Authored by Burak Bekdil via The Gatestone Institute, Where would you like your daughter to be when she is 13? In school, or in bed with a grown man? The answer to this question is largely beyond argument in much of

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Trading | July 30

Authored by Alex Gorka via The Strategic Culture Foundation, The House and Senate versions of the draft National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for fiscal year 2019 were unveiled by Congress on July 23. Both include a provision to temporarily bar the

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Trading | July 30

Following a disappointing earnings announcement that wiped out about $120 billion of shareholder wealth, Facebook, its CEO and CFO, are being sued by a shareholder potentially opening the floodgates for sore-losing stock market gamblers the world over. “As a result of

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