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Daily Digest 7/2 - EIA Data Doesn't Add Up, Who Will Be The Last To Crash?

Thursday, July 2, 2015, 10:17 AM
  • Why You Should Ignore the Grexit Panic
  • Bill Holter Warns “Greece is Going to Happen Here”
  • Bank closures taking their toll on businesses across Greece
  • What Key Players Are Saying About the Greek Crisis
  • Gold Is A Necessary Insurance Against Dysfunctional Governments
  • Silver About to Turn More Volatile
  • Who Will Be The Last To Crash?
  • The Ultimate Privacy Protection
  • EIA Data Still Doesn’t Add Up
  • Skeleton launches graphene ultracapacitors
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Daily Digest 7/1 - PR Debt Crisis Worsens, Eurozone Inflation Eases

Wednesday, July 1, 2015, 11:54 AM
  • Puerto Rico Bonds Fall to Record Low as Debt Crisis Worsens
  • Lawmakers 'no closer' to deal hours away from state budget, CPS deadlines
  • White House: No federal bailout for Puerto Rico
  • Puerto Rico poses bigger threat to U.S. investors than Greece
  • Spain's PM says Greek exit could send message euro is reversible
  • Alaska freezes inflation-linked payment increases to Medicaid providers
  • Brazil Posts Widest Primary Budget Deficit of the Year in May
  • France's Debt Burden Reaches 97.5% of GDP
  • Eurozone inflation eases, reviving deflation fears
  • Drugmakers Say Greek Unpaid Bills Total $1.2 Billion
  • Households' financial soundness worsens on rising debt: central bank
  • China Rate Swap Drops Most This Quarter Since 2008 as PBOC Eases
  • Canada Surprise April Contraction Opens Door to 2nd Rate Cut
  • ECB Billions Can’t Save Euro-Area Bonds From Worst Quarter Ever
  • Greece faces supply-chain crunch as crisis deepens
  • Here’s where some Greeks are stashing their cash — in gold sovereigns
  • The next Greece may be in the U.S.
  • California Drought Taking Serious Toll On Aging Sewer System In San Francisco
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Daily Digest 6/30 - Tsipras May Resign If Greeks Vote Yes, The Coming Shale Apocalypse

Tuesday, June 30, 2015, 10:21 AM
  • Greece debt crisis: Tsipras may resign if Greeks vote yes
  • Obama Making Millions More Americans Eligible for Overtime
  • Dutch city of Utrecht to experiment with a universal, unconditional 'basic income'
  • Farm Waste and Animal Fats Will Help Power a United Jet
  • Supreme Court rejects EPA’s process for regulating power plant pollution
  • Where Electric Vehicles Actually Cause More Pollution Than Gas Cars
  • The Coming Financial Apocalypse For U.S. Shale
  • North Carolina’s “Perfect Storm” for Shark Attacks
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Daily Digest 6/29 - World Defenseless Against Next Financial Crisis, The Politics Of Oil

Monday, June 29, 2015, 10:56 AM
  • The world is defenceless against the next financial crisis, warns BIS
  • Greece in shock as banks shut after snap referendum call
  • The Wait-for-Google-to-Do-It Strategy
  • Land of 1,000 Landfills
  • The Politics of Oil
  • New manufacturing approach slices lithium-ion battery cost in half
  • Nature Provides Novel Solution To Energy Storage Problem
  • The solidarity fridge: Spanish town's cool way to cut food waste
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Daily Digest 6/28 - Chinese Stock Bubble Bursts, Greece To Shut Banks To Avert Collapse

Sunday, June 28, 2015, 8:17 AM
  • The Chinese Stock Bubble Bursts: Any Questions? 
  • Panic Among Hedge Fund Investors in Greece
  • Explaining the Greek Debt Crisis and What It Means for the Eurozone
  • Greece Shuts Banks to Avert Collapse After ECB Freezes Support
  • Three attacks deepen fears about Islamic State’s global reach
  • Changes large and small causing recyclers to struggle
  • Don’t Worry So Much About Whether Your Food is ‘Processed’
  • How breaking a glacier makes the Earth quake
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Daily Digest 6/27 - Police Warily Learn to De-escalate, A New Alternative To Antibiotics?

Saturday, June 27, 2015, 11:21 AM
  • Long Taught to Use Force, Police Warily Learn to De-escalate
  • Nature Rebounds
  • Paul Craig Roberts: Bond Bubble in Big Trouble 
  • Greece's Future in Balance as Creditors Reject Aid Extension
  • China Cuts Interest Rates After Market Plunge
  • US overtakes Russia as top oil and gas producer, report says
  • A New Alternative To Antibiotics?
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Daily Digest 6/26 - World's Aquifers Losing Repleneshment Race, U.S. Oil Glut An EIA Invention?

Friday, June 26, 2015, 11:03 AM
  • Millennials now outnumber Boomers, Census Bureau says
  • Fair Housing Won’t Be Enough
  • Middle-Class Black Families, in Low-Income Neighborhoods
  • The Advantages of a Second Passport
  • Who Owns The Dead?
  • California Set to Mandate Childhood Vaccines Amid Intense Fight
  • U.S. Oil Glut An EIA Invention?
  • World’s Aquifers Losing Replenishment Race, Researchers Say
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Daily Digest 6/25 - Land Of The Unaccountable, Are We Reaching Peak Energy Demand?

Thursday, June 25, 2015, 11:15 AM
  • Schools After An Economic Collapse?
  • Is It Possible to Hide From the Privacy Invasion?
  • America - Land Of The Free (And Entirely Unaccountable)
  • We Don’t Know How Bad Secret Obama Trade Deal Really Is: Ellen Brown
  • Martin Ford, on the robots coming for your job
  • In Gold We Trust 2015: Gold Remains In A Secular Bull Market
  • BP Data Suggests We Are Reaching Peak Energy Demand
  • Investors Should Prepare For The Long Infrastructure Boom
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Daily Digest 6/24 - Housing Bubble Yields Billions, Americans Teetering On Edge Of Financial Ruin

Wednesday, June 24, 2015, 7:49 AM
  • Kentucky Lawmakers Still Considering $3.3 Billion Bond For Teacher Pensions
  • Emanuel asks state lawmakers to delay CPS teacher pension payment
  • Cash-strapped Chicago Public Schools set to borrow hundreds of millions
  • Negative T-Bill Rates Persist as Supply Shortage Seen Worsening
  • China’s Plan for Local Debt Amounts to a Bailout
  • Americans households have the highest credit card debt since recession
  • Housing bubble yields billions in profits
  • ECB's balance sheet rises to 2.452 trillion euros, gold steady
  • Abe government to continue efforts to curb rise in social security spending
  • 70 million Americans teetering on edge of financial ruin
  • Fed’s Powell eyes two 2015 hikes as he dismisses bubble fears
  • Drought May Prompt Californians to Let Personal Hygiene Slide
  • Brazil loan defaults rise in May, central bank says
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Daily Digest 6/23 - A World Without Work, How We Get Electricity Is About To Change

Tuesday, June 23, 2015, 10:55 AM
  • Fewer Poor Uninsured After Health Law, Study Finds
  • A World Without Work
  • Is the Trans-Pacific Partnership Unconstitutional?
  • A Disaster Foretold - And Ignored
  • The Way Humans Get Electricity Is About to Change Forever
  • 2015 New Energy Outlook
  • The New Big Oil Is State-Owned
  • Climate Change Health Risk Is a 'Medical Emergency,’ Experts Warn