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Daily Digest 5/5 - A Bitter Pill, 4.5-Million-Barrel Per Day Oil Shortage Looms

Thursday, May 5, 2016, 11:21 AM
  • Europe to Remove 500-Euro Bill, the ‘Bin Laden’ Bank Note Criminals Love
  • Actually, Hillary Clinton is a fiscal conservative — look it up
  • The Mythology Of Trump’s ‘Working Class’ Support
  • Turkish ruling party preparing to replace PM Davutoglu: officials
  • Medical Errors Are No. 3 Cause Of U.S Deaths, Researchers Say
  • A Bitter Pill
  • A 4.5-Million-Barrel Per Day Oil Shortage Looms: Wood Mackenzie
  • People who fled Fort McMurray wildfire now evacuated from Anzac after blaze moves south
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Daily Digest 5/4 - China's Coming Bank Bailout, Rising Health Care Costs Weigh On Voters

Wednesday, May 4, 2016, 9:36 AM
  • Report: County's Pension System Falls Below Previous Funding Levels
  • Politics In Real Life: Rising Health Care Costs Weigh On Voters
  • Oil town Americans late on car loan payments
  • Australia's Central Bank Cuts Rates to Record Low
  • Saudi builder Binladin cuts 77,000 jobs, to lay off Saudis
  • Illinois's Record Budget Standoff Risks Getting More Entrenched
  • The riskiest energy companies are defaulting at a record rate
  • With Clock Ticking, Atlantic City Avoids Default -- But How Much Time Did It Buy
  • Detroit in a downward spiral as budget dries up
  • EU Cuts Euro-Area Inflation Forecast, Warns Nations on Debt
  • Chinese cities dive back into debt to fuel growth even as defaults rise
  • Australia’s A$500 Billion Debt Pile to Test Bond Buyer Appetite
  • Listed Chinese companies suffer first profit drop since 2008
  • China's Coming Bank Bailout
  • Puerto Rico warns of more defaults after missing May payment
  • Corporate Brazil faces cash risks through 2017 -Moody's
  • IMF cuts Africa growth forecast to 3% in 2016
  • EU forecasts France, Italy, Spain, to miss budget targets
  • EU Sees Weaker Growth in Eurozone and Wider EU as China Slowdown Weighs
  • U.S. data is being leaked, ECB study suggests
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Daily Digest 5/3 - Food Theft 'Not A Crime' If Hungry, Glacier Dominoes Fall

Tuesday, May 3, 2016, 11:15 AM
  • Myth of China As Exporter Turned Domestic Consumer
  • Debt: The Key Factor Connecting Energy and the Economy
  • Patrick Henningsen Exposes the Human Rights–Industrial Complex
  • When the Truth is Found to be Lies, Confidence in Currency Dies
  • Critical Life Lessons to Avoid Getting Conned 
  • Italian court rules food theft 'not a crime' if hungry
  • Oil Prices Edge Lower As OPEC Nears Record Output
  • Dominoes fall: Vanishing Arctic ice shifts jet stream, which melts Greenland glaciers
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Daily Digest 5/2 - The Clueless Lawmakers Controlling Your Digital Future, Human Extinction Isn't That Unlikely

Monday, May 2, 2016, 11:05 AM
  • Listen Carefully for Hints of the Next Global Recession
  • The Lawmakers Who Control Your Digital Future Are Clueless About Technology
  • Recovery Lies, Debt Lies, Retirement Lies, Immigration Lies: John Rubino
  • The Housing Sector Is Waving Red Flags
  • 6 EU member countries ask Brussels for 2-year internal border control - report
  • How Microgrids May Transform The Future Of Energy
  • Dredging of Miami Port Badly Damaged Coral Reef, Study Finds
  • Human Extinction Isn't That Unlikely
  • Greenpeace Publishes Leaked TTIP Documents Revealing ‘Grave’ Environmental, Public Health Concerns
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Daily Digest 4/30 - Russia's Nuclear Nightmare, Advanced Economies Must Still Make Things

Saturday, April 30, 2016, 12:20 PM
  • Advanced Economies Must Still Make Things
  • A New Option For Gold Buillion
  • Scandal-plagued Rome is becoming a 'do it yourself' city
  • Jim Bianco Warns "The Risk Of An 'Accident' Is Very High"
  • New discovery means more U.S. states will face a risk from Zika
  • South Florida's Tourist Season From Hell
  • Russia’s nuclear nightmare flows down radioactive river
  • Scientists say there’s basically no way the Great Barrier Reef was bleached naturally
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Daily Digest 4/29 - Good News Friday: Philly Encourages 'Vertical Farming,' Bringing Back 'Monotasking'

Friday, April 29, 2016, 8:44 AM
  • Monotasking Gets A Makeover
  • Living Simply With A Flip Phone
  • ‘Sound of silence’ from anti-gunners after highly publicized self-defense shooting
  • Man Goes From Being Homeless to a Homeowner by Selling Newspapers
  • Colorado Weighs Replacing Obama’s Health Policy With Universal Coverage
  • In Proof We Trust
  • Ecocapsule: A Tiny Solar-and-Wind-Powered Mobile Home
  • City Council encourages 'vertical farming' 
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Daily Digest 4/28 - The Market’s Mirage of Higher Wages, Is Radiation As Bad As We Thought?

Thursday, April 28, 2016, 11:55 AM
  • Spy planes catching property tax cheats in Spain with possible Brexit looming 
  • A Commonwealth In Crisis
  • The Market’s Mirage of Higher Wages
  • Smoke And Mirrors: False Dilemmas In Monetary Policy
  • Why Real Reform Is Now Impossible
  • Your Pay Is About To Go Up
  • Beware Of Basic Income 
  • 50% Of Proved Oil Reserves May Have Just Vanished
  • Another Farm Under Siege: Animal Rights and The War Against the Farmers
  • The Chernobyl Conundrum: Is Radiation As Bad As We Thought?
  • Whether or Not He Wins, Bernie Sanders Has Already Changed the Climate Debate 
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Daily Digest 4/27 - Retail Layoffs Could Top 2010, Venezuela Power Rationing Hits

Wednesday, April 27, 2016, 10:35 AM
  • Fridges Go Off As Venezuela Power-Rationing Hits
  • Facing Revenue Shortfalls, Kansas May Delay Pension Funding
  • Gov’t takes on failing shippers and shipbuilders
  • Retail layoffs in 2016 could be highest since 2010
  • The Collapse of BHS is a Warning for the U.K’s Faltering Pension Schemes
  • China May Loosen Bad-Loan Provision Rules, Bank Chairman Says
  • UBS Says Hong Kong Traders Should Be Worried Amid China Defaults
  • The $7 Trillion Market Flood of Negative Yield Debt
  • South Korea first-quarter GDP slows on weak capex, exports
  • S.Korea's president says quantitative easing should be considered
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Daily Digest 4/26 - The Death Of Encryption, Spain Sees Fifth Month Of No Government

Tuesday, April 26, 2016, 12:00 PM
  • COMEX Default Is Coming Soon: Bill Holter
  • TTIP trade pact: Obama pushes deal on Germany visit
  • Dramatic decline in German and US support for TTIP: survey
  • The Death of Encryption
  • 7 Must-See Commodities Charts
  • Discord Pushes Spain Into Fifth Month With No Government 
  • Weakened Saudi Arabia Could See Social Unrest After Economic Shakeup
  • Solar Impulse completes long-delayed flight across the Pacific
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Daily Digest 4/25 - The College Degree Wealth Gap, Danger Signs in the World's Top Housing Market

Monday, April 25, 2016, 11:20 AM
  • Simultaneous Elderly Overpopulation, Youth Depopulation & The Impact on Economic Growth
  • Obama looks to help Cameron, Merkel avert European divide
  • Why Haven’t Bankers Been Punished? Just Read These Insider SEC Emails
  • Danger Signs in the World's Top Housing Market
  • The Growing College Degree Wealth Gap
  • This Six-Year Running Oil And Gas Trend Just Reversed Itself 
  • Amid Price Plunge, North American Oil and Gas Workers Seek Transition to Renewable Sector
  • Home Gardeners are Breeding More Diverse Corn than You Can Buy