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Why a Nexit would be good for the Netherlands

Past Friday, 51.9% of the British have voted to leave the European Union against 48.1% of those who have voted to remain. The details of the EU referendum can be found on… 3,033 more words

Why a Nexit would be good for the Netherlands

Past Friday, 51.9% of the British have voted to leave the European Union against 48.1% of those who have voted to remain. The details of the EU referendum can be found on… 3,033 more words

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Wall Street's worst vulture hedge funds are making a killing by undermining the global economy

Recently, a resonant legal victory of hedge funds over Argentina has captured the attention of the global community. The hedge funds in this case aren’t run of the mill investment shops, however. 1,147 more words

Gold price reflects diminishing confidence in currencies

James West is an investor and the author of the Midas Letter, an investing research report focused on small cap companies. The views expressed here are his own and are presented for general informational purposes only — they should not be construed as advice to invest in any securities mentioned. 795 more words

Gold

2015.75: The Start of Sovereign Debt Crisis

From Armstrong Economics, by Martin Armstrong

We warned that 2015.75 was the turning point to the start of BIG BANG. As we now have entered the down wave on the Economic Confidence Model, things will begin to heat up. 119 more words

Economy

Could Little Cyprus Bring Hope to a Beleaguered EU?

Under pressure from  all sides — what with the lingering economic crisis, the tidal wave of immigrants, the threat of international terrorism and the endless bickering with Russia — the European Union might see a sliver of hope in the unlikeliest of places. 834 more words

Cyprus