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The Oversupply Of Oil Means Ports Are Swamped With Oil Tankers

By David Haggith – Re-Blogged From http://www.Silver-Phoenix500.com

This picture of one port tells a major story: Tankers are running circles around the Chinese port of Qingdao. 1,354 more words

GDP & Employment

A New Idea for the Fed

From the New York Sun

The idea that the Federal Reserve is talking too much is now being advanced by no less a source than the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, the Wall Street Journal reports the other day in a story brought to our attention by the editor of the Interest Rate Observer, James Grant. 513 more words

Economy

Brexit Views

Good Morning,

There are some very interesting views on the possible BREXIT and what fallout could possibly come from an OUT vote.

The Fed sent a loud and clear signal that it would like to raise rates in June, but the decision may end up in the hands of the British. 1,352 more words

Stock Market

Real Estate Bubble Part II

By Michael Pento – Re-Blogged From http://www.PentoPort.com

It shouldn’t be hard to understand that nearly 90 months of ZIRP has regenerated the equity and real estate bubbles that first pushed the global economy off a cliff back in 2007. 551 more words

GDP & Employment

Why is nail polish sooooo expensive?

Well, gosh, I have written postings that refer to my “relative” age. By now, dear reader, I’m sure that you have figured it out, gee….. I’m over 29! 570 more words

Economy