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Daily Digest 7/7 - Banks Curtail International Money Transfers, Bejing Air Will Not Be Clean Until 2030

Monday, July 7, 2014, 10:37 AM
  • RBA’s Stevens Holds Benchmark Interest Rate at 2.5%
  • Crimea euphoria fades for some Russians
  • Is Shinzo Abe Headed to North Korea?
  • 707 hp Dodge Challenger SRT is the most powerful American car ever
  • Silence From de Blasio on Expansion of Living Wage Law
  • Immigrants From Latin America and Africa Squeezed as Banks Curtail International Money Transfers
  • Taking Oil Industry Cue, Environmentalists Drew Emissions Blueprint
  • Beijing residents will have to wait at least another 16 years to breathe healthy air
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Daily Digest 7/6 - Charting The Death Of The Saver, Just 28% say U.S. is No. 1

Sunday, July 6, 2014, 10:55 AM
  • Beijing, Seoul agree to direct trade in national currencies
  • July 4th bummer: Just 28% say U.S. is No. 1
  • Yes, There’s Wood Pulp in Burgers…Here’s Why I Think it Matters
  • Towards an Energy Standard of ‘Local’ 
  • Charting The Death Of The Saver
  • U.S. Seen as Biggest Oil Producer After Overtaking Saudi Arabia 
  • This Breed of Mosquito Is Invading the U.S. — And It Could Carry a Terrifying Disease
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Daily Digest 7/5 - Solar Panels Light The Way, The Energy Cost of Local Food

Saturday, July 5, 2014, 10:53 AM
  • For Sale: Vacant Lots On Chicago Blocks, Just $1 Each
  • Texas Set To Overtake Iraq In Oil Production
  • Gold Will Be the Final Currency – Yes or No?
  • Marc Faber: Deflation ‘brainwashing,’ the most attractive precious metal & central bank shenanigans
  • Solar panels light the way from carbon dioxide to fuel
  • Virus Plagues the Pork Industry, and Environmentalists
  • The Energy Cost of Local Food
  • Californians Keep Up With Joneses’ Water Use
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Daily Digest 7/3 - N.Y. Ruling Could Lead To More Fracking Bans, The Economics Of Fake Degrees

Thursday, July 3, 2014, 10:43 AM
  • What About the Jobless Who Aren’t Looking?
  • The Economics of Fake Degrees
  • How India’s Economic Rise Could Bolster America’s Economy
  • The Disloyal
  • Gold Prices Benefit From Economic Sins
  • Similarities Between 1914 And 2014
  • Possession Is 9/10ths of the Law
  • N.Y. Ruling Could Lead To Fracking Bans Elsewhere In U.S.
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Daily Digest 7/2 - CA Cities Crack Down on Water Use, Student Loan Debt At All-Time High

Wednesday, July 2, 2014, 9:25 AM
  • The Vast Majority of Baby Boomers Are Overweight Or Obese
  • Illinois governor signs FY 2015 budget, vows to cut more
  • Obamacare data errors could jeopardize coverage for millions
  • Chinese bank sues local govt financing vehicle in rare public spat
  • Four of 10 wells forecast to fail in northeastern Pa.
  • Student loan debt at all time high
  • High Gas Prices Heading Into July 4 Holiday
  • Barbecue Bummer: Meat Prices Rise
  • California Cities Crack Down on Water Use
  • IMF sees Russia close to recession as Ukraine sanctions bite
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Daily Digest 7/1 - Transcending Collapse, Las Vegas Is Running Dry

Tuesday, July 1, 2014, 10:46 AM
  • Things have never been more negative for the dollar: John Williams
  • A Grieving Father Pulls a Thread That Unravels BNP’s Illegal Deals
  • More Oil Means More Environmental Concerns, With Good Reason
  • An abandoned mall in Bangkok has been overtaken by fish
  • Transcending Collapse
  • The race to stop Las Vegas from running dry
  • Las Vegas Is "Screwed"; The Water Situation "Is As Bad As You Can Imagine"
  • Obama’s Chance to Save the Whales
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Daily Digest 6/30 - The Dirty Truth About Clean Energy, Epidemic Of Stress In China

Monday, June 30, 2014, 10:47 AM
  • Before Shooting in Iraq, a Warning on Blackwater
  • They're Dying at Their Desks in China as Epidemic of Stress Proves Fatal
  • Your Lifestyle Has Already Been Designed (The Real Reason For The Forty-Hour Workweek)
  • '70% of India Has Yet to Be Built'
  • New York Towns Can Ban Fracking, State’s Top Court Rules
  • Aeon of the Waterbearers
  • Boom Meets Bust in Texas: Atop Sea of Oil, Poverty Digs In
  • The Dirty Truth About Clean Energy
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Daily Digest 6/29 - Central Bankers Issue Strong Warning, Great Lakes Creep On Unsuspecting Shores

Sunday, June 29, 2014, 12:06 PM
  • Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Interview
  • Central Bankers Issue Strong Warning on Asset Bubbles
  • Changing farming practices could cut the intensity of heat waves
  • Pushed To The Limit
  • Negative Nominal Interest Rates: Highway to a Cashless, Statist Hell
  • In Home Loans, Subprime Fades as a Dirty Word
  • Conservation 2.0: How Land Trusts Can Save America's Working Farms
  • Creeping up on unsuspecting shores: The Great Lakes
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Daily Digest 6/28 - Venezuela Blackout Leaves Commuters Scrambling, Edible Gardens Go To The Ballpark

Saturday, June 28, 2014, 9:56 AM
  • Venezuela blackout leaves commuters scrambling, silences president
  • Here’s when housing will recover — for real
  • How to mine cryptocurrency and save the planet
  • Our Economic Growth Is a Mystery. Obamacare Is the Reason.
  • Here Are the 43,634 Properties in Detroit That Were on the Brink of Foreclosure This Year
  • Thinking Local
  • Edible Gardens Go to the Ballpark
  • Hot Zone
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Daily Digest 6/27 - What Crude Oil Says About Silver, The Right To Be Forgotten

Friday, June 27, 2014, 10:13 AM
  • Detroit Needs Residents, but Sends Some Packing
  • The $124,421 Man
  • What Crude Oil Says About Silver
  • Why The COMEX Is Corrupt
  • Google begins removing links under “right to be forgotten” ruling
  • When The Herd Turns
  • Dimples Are Cute, But Can They Also Save Fuel?
  • The Farmland Boom Appears To Be Over