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(What's Left of) Our Economy: So U.S. Manufacturing's Never Produced More, Huh?

Even though (thankfully) few claims have been heard lately that American domestic manufacturing is either enjoying a renaissance or on the verge of one, it’s… 686 more words

{What's Left Of) Our Economy

Economic Update - UK Retail Sales Fall, IMF Warn on Le Pen, Euro Area Growth, more...

BBC: Biggest fall in UK retail sales in seven years

  • UK retail sales posted their biggest quarterly fall in seven years in March, as the prices of everyday goods continued to climb.
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Market pros playing chicken with corporate valuations

It’s one thing to have the financial-focused YouTube channels screaming about the pending stock market crash in between hawking gold and silver as the way to survive the coming carnage. 319 more words


Ron Paul gets the Fed wrong

Former Congressman Ron Paul is claiming that the Federal Reserve is politicized, and if we don’t change our monetary policy by passing the “audit the Fed” bill we can look forward to “rising interest rates, a stock market crash, a decline in the dollar’s value, and a complete loss of confidence in the US economy.” 422 more words

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My Letter to the Wall Street Journal

The Wall Street Journal just published a letter of mine, Debt Bomb has Shorter Fuse Than Many Citizens Think (credit to them for the snappy title, and to my wife Corrina for invaluable editing).  129 more words


Start of BRICS Gold-Backed Trade Pushing Deep State Desperation at All-Time High

Covert Geopolitics | April 18, 2017

It appears that the real reason why Trump capitulated to the Deep State so quickly is the final BRICS leadership’s decision to start the dumping of the fiat dollar in matters of mutual trade and economic cooperation between the BRICS member countries. 2,237 more words

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Economy of the US continues to grow steadily, but uncertainty lingers

The U.S. economy keeps rolling along, but the latest Federal Reserve economic snapshot reveals some concerns about the impact of government policies.

Economic activity increased at a “modest” to “moderate” pace in all 12 Fed districts across the country from mid-February through the end of March, according to the “ 262 more words