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Daily Digest 8/28 - Good News Friday: Breaking The Mold, China Reduces Emissions 4 Months

Friday, August 28, 2015, 10:14 AM
  • Breaking The Mold
  • The happiest (and least happy) countries in the world, ranked
  • Carbon Fiber Cloth Can Generate Hydrogen
  • Wireless electricity: Scientists send energy 55 meters away through air
  • China’s jaw-dropping progress at reducing CO2 emissions in just 4 months
  • South African prototype may solve solar power problem
  • Is This The Beginning Of A Longer Oil Price Rally?
  • Why a Left-Wing Socialist Is Poised to Become the Leader of Britain’s Labour Party
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Daily Digest 8/27 - Harbinger Of Dow's 531-Point Slide, Deflationary Collapse Ahead?

Thursday, August 27, 2015, 10:21 AM
  • How China's economic slowdown could weigh on the rest of the world
  • Australia 'sleepwalking into a mess'
  • Paul Craig Roberts – A conversation on the world-wide stock rout
  • What If The "Crash" Is as Rigged as Everything Else?
  • The Amazing Harbinger of the Dow's 531-Point Slide
  • An Assessment Of The Stock Market After the Mini Crash
  • Deflationary Collapse Ahead?
  • How companies make millions off lead-poisoned, poor blacks
  • Fate Of U.S. Fracking Could Rest With Colorado Supreme Court
  • Trees losing limbs in drought — a risk seen through storm season
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Daily Digest 8/26 - China Cuts Interest Rates, Gulf Bonds Lose Safe-Haven Status

Wednesday, August 26, 2015, 10:02 AM
  • Saudi Arabia Is Seeking Advice on Cutting Billions From Its Budget in the Wake of the Oil Crash
  • BHP Cuts China Steel Forecast to 1 Billion Tons
  • Peak Gold Is Looming And It Might Not Change a Thing for Bullion
  • Worst Junk-Bond Bet Wipes Out Junior Lenders of KKR's Samson
  • CBO: US could reach $18.1 trillion debt limit in mid-November
  • Haircut of 20 percent seen in Ukraine debt deal - WSJ
  • Rupiah slides past 14,000 per dollar (Indonesia)
  • For South Korean Shipbuilders, the Risks Grow
  • From Venezuela to Iraq to Russia, Oil Price Drops Raise Fears of Unrest
  • China said to halt stock support amid intervention debate
  • Korea's household credit grows at record pace in Q2
  • Bank of Japan bondholdings break 300 trillion yen
  • Gulf bonds partly lose safe-haven status in cheap oil era
  • Malaysian sukuk curve steepens as inflation adds to outflow risk
  • BOJ should debate acting if yen rises: Abe adviser (Japan)
  • Emerging central banks step in to curb currency falls
  • China cuts interest rates, reserve requirement
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Daily Digest 8/25 - Why The Bear Of 2015 Is Different From 2008, How To Create A Slow Revolution

Tuesday, August 25, 2015, 10:21 AM
  • Why the Bear of 2015 Is Different from the Bear of 2008 
  • China’s Stock Market Meltdown Dragging Global Markets With It
  • Forget The Dips, Sell The Rips
  • Are Your Prepared for the Stock Market Meltdown?
  • The Stock Market’s Panic Potential
  • A Plan to End the State – How to Create a Slow Revolution
  • More than half of students chasing dying careers, report warns
  • ‘Tokyo could end up being surrounded by Detroits’: Near Japan’s biggest city, abandoned homes dot the hills 
  • Carbon credits undercut climate change actions says report
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Daily Digest 8/24 - The Fight Against Corrosion Creep, Turning Red To Blue For Solar

Monday, August 24, 2015, 11:10 AM
  • China On Track For a Record Year For Gold Bullion Withdrawals From the Shanghai Exchange
  • Rusted Development: The Fight Against Corrosion Creep
  • Stocks Correct, Panic Ensues. The End Of The World?
  • It's Time To Plan Your Escape From America
  • Stop Universities From Hoarding Money
  • How One of Katrina’s Feel-Good Stories Turned Bad 
  • Oil Price Collapse Triggers Currency Crisis In Emerging Markets
  • Turning red to blue for solar energy
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Daily Digest 8/23 - Everything That Went Wrong in Stocks, Wildfire Season Gets Worse

Sunday, August 23, 2015, 12:12 PM
  • The Dow Correction And Everything Else That Went Wrong in Stocks
  • Introducing The Gigantic And Dangerous Wall Street Loophole You’ve Never Heard Of
  • As suspect in French train attack is interrogated, questions mount on Europe’s security
  • Greek bailout: Alexis Tsipras steps down to trigger new elections
  • Explosion Rips Through Chemical Plant in Eastern China
  • From Russia to Iran, the consequences of the global oil bust
  • The West's Wildfire Season Gets Worse
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Daily Digest 8/22 - Whale Deaths Prompt Task Force, Another Day Younger and Deeper in Debt

Saturday, August 22, 2015, 11:43 AM
  • Fading Economy and Graft Crackdown Rattle China’s Leaders
  • Analysis Of Recent IMF Report On SDR Adjustments (FREEPOM)
  • Another Day Younger and Deeper in Debt 
  • Americans Are Ready to Say Goodbye to Uncle Sam
  • Wind Energy Is Having a Railroad Moment
  • Supply, Demand Equilibrium Further Away Than Ever Before
  • US crude oil prices hit lowest since 2009, eliminating thousands of jobs
  • 30 whale deaths prompt NOAA task force
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Daily Digest 8/21 - Good News Friday: The Ketamine Cure, Marine Mammals Thriving In Thames

Friday, August 21, 2015, 12:14 PM
  • UK embassy in Tehran to reopen after thaw in British-Iranian relations
  • People Are Awesome 2015
  • Ghosts of Truancy Laws Past
  • The Ketamine Cure
  • Bernie Sanders Draws Big Crowds to His ‘Political Revolution’
  • Elon Musk’s hyperloop is actually getting kind of serious
  • Goodwill goes upscale with new boutiques
  • Marine mammals thriving in Thames
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Daily Digest 8/20 - Going Off-Grid In Comfort, Did China Kick-Start A New Gold Bull Market?

Thursday, August 20, 2015, 9:49 AM
  • Greece pays ECB on maturing government bond- govt source
  • Warren Buffett’s favourite valuation measure signals stock markets are overvalued 
  • Military May Be Engaged in Illegal Psychological Operations and Propaganda Against U.S. Citizens
  • Beginning of a Breakdown in International Trade-Hugo Salinas Price
  • A New Ally in the Battle for Being Sovereign
  • Did China Kick-Start A New Bull Market In Gold?
  • Silver - More Evidence of a Price Bottom
  • The Boundaries and Future of Solution Space
  • Going off-grid without sacrificing comfort
  • Fukushima fishing cooperative allowed Tepco to discharge the contaminated groundwater to the sea
  • If You Spill Water On This Book, That's A Good Thing
  • EPA Cracking Down On U.S. Methane Waste
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Daily Digest 8/19 - Mexico Central Bank Sells $200M, Yuan Slips Further

Wednesday, August 19, 2015, 10:25 AM
  • China Turned to Risky Devaluation as Export Machine Stalled
  • Falling ruble leaves Russian carmakers with nowhere to turn
  • Minister says economic sabotage being used to attack Malaysia
  • Putin Revives Soviet Deal of Pretend-Work-and-Pay to Hide Crisis
  • Saudi Stocks Sink Into Death Cross as IMF Sees Growth Slowing
  • Slump in Indian corporate earnings set to continue
  • Brazil Stocks Extend Six-Day Slide as Gol Sinks on Economic Woes
  • Brazil’s Political Crisis Puts the Entire Economy on Hold
  • Private sector UK pension deficit reaches 900 billion
  • Abe Aide Says Japan Needs 3.5-Trillion Yen Economic Package
  • Russia May Halt Monetary Easing If Oil at $40, Kremlin Aide Says
  • China's central bank put $93 bln into development banks in July
  • Mexico central bank sells $200 mln in currency auction
  • Chile central bank says external risks could increase peso volatility
  • Singapore bankers rattled by Asian moves to chase undeclared wealth
  • Indonesia Central Bank to Change Dollar Purchase Rules
  • China's yuan slips even as central bank sets firmer midpoint
  • Chinese Stock Indexes Fall Over 6% Despite Central Bank's Cash Injection