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Archive Monthly Archives: September 2018

Will Britain Ever Manage To Leave "Hotel California"?

Authored by Alasdair Macleod via, Last thing I remember, I was Running for the door I had to find the passage back to the place where I was before “Relax” said the night man, “We are programmed to receive. You can check out any time you like, But you can never leave!” The Eagles […]

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Meet The Whistleblower Who Exposed A Record-Breaking $200BN Money Laundering Scheme

Exactly one week after a Danish law firm published a 70+ page report claiming that roughly 200 billion euros ($235 billion) – nearly all of the money flowing through Danske Bank’s Estonia branch – qualified as suspect, a Danish newspaper has finally revealed the name of the whistleblower who set in motion one of the […]

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JPMorgan Sees Full-Blown US-China Trade War In "New Baseline"; Could "End US Stock Market Rally"

With US traders still blissfully ignoring the consequences of escalating trade war between the US and China, which has yet to make any material dent on either the US economy or S&P500 corporate profits, prominent sellside banks have increasingly taken to issuing louder warnings about how they see said conflict progressing. Late last week, JPMorgan […]

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How Do We Change Our Lives In A System That's Broken?

Authored by Charles Hugh Smith via OfTwoMinds blog, Rather than fight a system designed to thwart us, we need a model for our own lives that bypasses the perverse tides and obsoletes the impediments in our path. Everyone wants to change their lives for the better (or preserve what’s positive), and this is relatively straightforward in […]

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You Gave Facebook Your Number For Security. They Used It For Ads

By Gennie Gebhart, Associate Director of Research, Electronic Frontier Foundation Add “a phone number I never gave Facebook for targeted advertising” to the list of deceptive and invasive ways Facebook makes money off your personal information. Contrary to user expectations and Facebook representatives’ own previous statements, the company has been using contact information that users […]

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Musk Believed Written Commitment Wasn't Necessary for Largest Buyout In History

In a decision that stunned the more hardened market cynics, last week the Securities and Exchange Commission filed a lawsuit against Elon Musk, alleging that the Tesla CEO committed securities fraud when he Tweeted that he had “funding secured” for a bid to take his company private at $420 per share. Just as striking was that […]

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Of Stocks & SCOTUS: The Perils Of Memory

Authored by Nicholas Colas via, We have been thinking a lot about human memory over the last few days. Part of that is some lingering thought about the 10-year Lehman bankruptcy anniversary earlier this month. Another is the fact that Monday will be the one-year mark for DataTrek publishing these notes. And, of course, […]

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How Executive Order 6102 Doomed America

Authored by Bill Bonner via Bonner & Partners, Today, we woke up in Buenos Aires with a disagreeable headache… and a depressing hypothesis: First, it doesn’t matter whether Brett Kavanaugh is on the Supreme Court or not; one more Deep State toad won’t make any difference. Second, the Supreme Court has been derelict in its […]

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Google Admits Existence Of Censored Chinese Search Engine Project; Dodges Questions At Senate Hearing

Via, Within a Senate privacy hearing on Wednesday – which was seemingly swept out of the media spotlight by the lead up to today’s Judiciary Committee’s hearing involving a Brett Kavanaugh accuser – Google’s chief privacy officer Keith Enright admitted the existence of Project Dragonfly, reportedly a censored search engine for China. During the hearing, […]

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Aregntina Hikes Rates To 65% As Peso Plunges To New Record Low

It appears the market is willing to test BCRA’s mettle as it pukes pesos down to a new record low against the greenback and pushes towards the bottom of its new “no intervention” band. The new record low is now 41.54/USD… While not ‘allowed’ to intervene directly until 44/USD, Bloomberg reports that Argentina just hiked […]

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