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3 Things that Could Make European QE More Likely

1. Economic data and Political Instability: Recent economic data continues to disappoint. Meanwhile, the political situation in Russia could create adverse headwinds for surrounding economies, notably Germany. 150 more words

Economy

European Equities: How to align your stars in 2015

2014 has not been the year we expected for European Equities. Despite delivering positive returns, the asset class has been shrouded by on-going macro concerns and news flow. 291 more words

Equity

WHAT CHOICE DO WE HAVE?

Price of independence is worth it for the simple reason we have no choice

The bottom line for the vast majority of us is that there is an extremely high price to be paid for independence from fealty to the State or Corporate America. 308 more words

Government

IMF now ready to slam the door on the U.S. and the dollar

The delusion perpetuated in the mainstream is that the IMF is a U.S.-dominated institution…this is false. The IMF like all central banks is dominated by the international corporate banking cartel.

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Social & Economic Collapse

China Gives The Green Light To $31B In Infrastructure Projects

China’s top economic planner, the National Development and Reform Comission (NDRC) has given the green light to construction projects for roadways and an airport valued at 192 billion yuan ($31 billion) in the latest effort from the government to boost investment and the nation’s slowing economy, according to a report from Reuters. 89 more words

Emerging Markets