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Daily Digest 1/30 - Economy Slowed in 4th Quarter, The Activity Gap

Friday, January 30, 2015, 10:51 AM
  • U.S. Economy Slowed in 4th Quarter, but Consumer Spending Boomed
  • Jim Rogers: Advice on investing and how to become successful
  • U.S. Economy Expanded Less Than Forecast in Fourth Quarter
  • Rand Paul's Crazy Dream of a Libertarian-Democratic Alliance on Civil Rights Is Actually Happening
  • The Activity Gap
  • Wind power auction draws limited interest
  • Can Saudi Arabia Diversify Away From Oil?
  • Oklahoma worries over swarm of earthquakes and connection to oil industry
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Daily Digest 1/29 - Greece Pivots Towards Russia, Oil Is Behind A Lot Of Wars

Thursday, January 29, 2015, 10:48 AM
  • Greece Begins The Great Pivot Toward Russia
  • Greece: Phase One
  • European counter-terror plan involves blanket collection of passengers’ data
  • Education Moment: The Man with 26 Million Students
  • Crisis in European Union
  • $2,000 Scrabble
  • Ebola outbreak: Virus mutating, scientists warn
  • New England Growing More Dependent On Natural Gas
  • Yes, Oil Is Behind a Lot of Wars
  • Want to Avoid Oil's Gloom? Turn to the Sun, Says Outsider Nick Hodge
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Daily Digest 1/28 - Louisiana Budget Hole Widens Further, 'Wall Of Debt' Grows Dangerously High

Wednesday, January 28, 2015, 11:07 AM
  • Kuroda remarks open possibilities for shift in BoJ stimulus
  • South Korea finance minister sees price deflation risk
  • Obamacare program costs $50,000 in taxpayer money for every American who gets health insurance, says bombshell budget report
  • Greece debt repayment in full is 'unrealistic', says Syriza
  • Sacramento’s ‘wall of debt’ grows dangerously high
  • CBO: Interest on federal debt will triple over coming decade
  • Louisiana budget hole widens even further
  • Greek borrowing costs continue to surge after Syriza win
  • Pound slides after U.K. GDP misses forecasts
  • China lowers its industrial-output target for 2015
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Daily Digest 1/27 - The Rat Tribe Of Bejing, Oysters With a Day Job

Tuesday, January 27, 2015, 11:20 AM
  • Shutting Down New York’s Subways Is Very Expensive 
  • The Rat Tribe Of Bejing
  • How 2014’s Huge Market Moves Are Affecting the Economy in 2015
  • Panicked super rich buying boltholes with private airstrips to escape if poor rise up 
  • U.S. expands spy program on American drivers beyond border region
  • Obama Plan Calls for Oil and Gas Drilling in the Atlantic
  • Lies And Deception In Ukraine’s Energy Sector
  • Oysters With a Day Job
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Daily Digest 1/26 - Hedge Funds Bet Oil Will Fall Further, Life In America's Sickest Town

Monday, January 26, 2015, 11:45 AM
  • Life in the Sickest Town in America
  • Middle Class Shrinks Further as More Fall Out Instead of Climbing Up 
  • Lawless Leaders Changing the World: Catherine Austin Fitts
  • Greek election leaves Eurozone in crisis: Far Left sweeps to victory with vow to end austerity years as EU braces for 'catastrophe' 
  • The Likely Cause of Addiction Has Been Discovered, and It Is Not What You Think
  • Oil Prices Changing The Face Of Global Geopolitics
  • Hedge Funds Bet Oil Will Fall Further
  • Updated ice sheet model matches wild swings in past sea levels
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Daily Digest 1/25 - Love In A Time Of Crisis, Mass Surveillance Will Not Stop Terrorism

Sunday, January 25, 2015, 12:20 PM
  • The Strong Dollar Is Always Good, Except When It Isn’t
  • Greeks Vote in Election Seen as Referendum on Austerity
  • Greece Election: Love In A Time Of Crisis
  • Final push to open high seas pact talks
  • How Covert Agents Infiltrate The Internet To Manipulate, Deceive, And Destroy Reputations
  • Mass Surveillance Will Not Stop Terrorism
  • Snubbed by U.S. and Europe, Kremlin Looks to Asia at Davos
  • Obama, Modi Move Closer With Breakthrough on Nuclear Liability
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Daily Digest 1/24 - The Future Of Preparedness, The Winners And Losers Of A Strong Dollar

Saturday, January 24, 2015, 10:42 AM
  • The Future of Preparedness and Modern Survivalism?
  • GSR Interviews Chris Martenson
  • Officials Say Ebola Cases Are Falling In West Africa
  • The Winners And Losers Of A Strong Dollar
  • Smart, Low-Income Students Who Shun Good Colleges
  • Obama’s visit to new Saudi king highlights the kingdom’s importance to the U.S.
  • Alwaleed: No more $100 oil, but we won't blink
  • Oil Falls to Lowest Since ’09 as Saudis Signal Continuity
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Daily Digest 1/23 - The Rigging Of The Gold Market, Saudi King Misremembered As Man Of Peace

Friday, January 23, 2015, 11:01 AM
  • A Billionaire Lectures Serfs In Davos: "America's Lifestyle Expectations Are Far Too High"
  • The 8 Major Geopolitical Catalysts Of 2015
  • There is a new Saudi Arabian king, but the world already wants to know who will succeed him
  • Saudi Arabia's Tyrant King Misremembered As Man Of Peace
  • Silver’s Case May Have Vast Impact and Alter Entrenched Way of Governance
  • Chris Powell: The Rigging of the Gold Market
  • Vermont Yankee Shutdown
  • Environment, logic taken for a ride by surging SUV sales 
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Daily Digest 1/22 - Metarepresented Money, Global Risks 2015

Thursday, January 22, 2015, 10:42 AM
  • World Economic Forum: Global Risks 2015
  • The Only Road Out Of Davos
  • Pharmacy errors: How often do they happen? Nobody knows
  • Metarepresented Money
  • Countries Race to Repatriate Gold, Reveals Concern Over Impending Financial Crisis
  • Gold And Silver: Year In Review
  • The Beauty of Deflation
  • Expanding Russia Issues Europe An Ultimatum
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Daily Digest 1/21 - Europe On Brink Of Deflating, Tuition Burden On Students Hits New High

Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 10:27 AM
  • Professor Seen as BOJ Board Candidate Wants Price Goal in Law
  • Japan core inflation to slow, may prompt more BOJ stimulus
  • Krugman warns of scary future due to spectre of deflation
  • IMF cuts global growth outlook, warns of deflation risk
  • Europe on brink of deflating, needs stimulus: Larry Summers
  • Study finds no easy way to Illinois debt reduction
  • University of Minnesota tuition, adjusted for inflation
  • College tuition: Burden on students hits new high
  • Wall St dips, but hopes grow for central bank actions
  • European stocks hit multiyear highs on hopes for ECB easing