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Daily Digest 3/12 - From Yellen Put To Yellen Massacre, Turning Data Into Powerful Visualizations of Detroit

Thursday, March 12, 2015, 11:07 AM
  • It’s Nato that’s empire-building, not Putin
  • The blistering pace of dollar’s rally is rattling markets
  • Maguire says HSBC will close London vaults; Celente asks where GLD metal goes
  • Alasdair Macleod – The New London Gold Fix – HSBC Gold Vaults – RMB New Choice
  • David Morgan: Latest on Silver & Why ‘We’re Living in a Rigged Game’
  • Gold Daily and Silver Weekly Charts - The Gathering Storm
  • From Yellen Put To Yellen Massacre
  • Turning Data Into Powerful Visualizations of Detroit
  • Nicaragua On Course To Become Renewable Powerhouse
  • Energy Efficiency of different modes of transportation
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Daily Digest 3/11 - A Student Loan Bill Of Rights, America's Skyrocketing Credit Card Debt

Wednesday, March 11, 2015, 11:10 AM
  • Obama to propose student loan bill of rights
  • UC tuition-hike reversal not on regents’ agenda
  • America's skyrocketing credit card debt
  • Recession’s Impact Lingers for Many States
  • China shifts stimulus focus from monetary to fiscal policy
  • Pennsylvania lawmakers get warned on Scranton's pension debt
  • Central Banks Said to Buy Bund Notes With Negative Yield
  • German, Italian, Spanish bond yields slump
  • EU gives France third extension to cut its budget deficit
  • Draghi-Backed Report Says Sovereign Debt No More a Risk-Free Bet
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Daily Digest 3/10 - Russia's Endgame In Ukraine, Capital Controls Coming To U.S.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015, 10:24 AM
  • Europe is being torn apart – but the torture will be slow
  • U.S. declares Venezuela a national security threat, sanctions top officials
  • Prepare Now for Capital Controls Coming to the U.S. 
  • More And More Americans Look To Protect Their Wealth Offshore
  • Russia's Endgame In Ukraine
  • More Good News on the Deficit, This Time Because of Private Insurance Health Premiums
  • How Debt Has Caught Up With U.S. Shale
  • Mass Government Surveillance Is No Joke
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Daily Digest 3/9 - The Robots Are Coming, A New Life for Dead Malls

Monday, March 9, 2015, 10:35 AM
  • The Robots Are Coming
  • What It's Like To Have A Robot For A Teacher
  • G.O.P. Is Divided as Budget Bills Start Piling Up
  • A New Life for Dead Malls
  • Solar-Powered Plane Takes Off for Round-The-World Flight Attempt
  • A New Season Brings Big Changes In Energy
  • Too warm for dogs in Anchorage
  • In Florida, officials ban term 'climate change'
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Daily Digest 3/8 - Moving Away From Coal, CA Farmers Resign To Drought

Sunday, March 8, 2015, 3:12 PM
  • You have the right to bear arms, not “electrical” arms, court declares
  • Greece Proposes Using Tourists as Tax Spies to Fill Shortfall
  • Foreign Workers Missing After Militants Attack Libyan Oil Field 
  • Rio Tinto’s restructuring signals global industry move away from coal
  • California farmers resign themselves to drought: 'Nobody's fault but God's'
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Daily Digest 3/7 - Blending Robotics With Rutabagas, Why Aren't Wages Rising More?

Saturday, March 7, 2015, 12:13 PM
  • Europe reverses course on net neutrality legislation
  • C.I.A. to Be Overhauled to Fight Modern Threats
  • Week of Milestones for U.S. Stocks Spoiled by Fed Rate Anxiety
  • Job Growth Was Fantastic Last Month. So Why Aren’t Wages Rising More?
  • Get Them On The Blower: London's Lost Pneumatic Messaging Tubes
  • Colorado land impact of oil and gas boom: scars spread and stay
  • Keurig creator says he 'regrets' his invention due to the environmental waste it generates
  • FarmDogg blends robotics with rutabagas
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Daily Digest 3/6 - Crude Oil Train Derailment In IL, Hormone-Disrupting Chemicals ‘Cost Billions’

Friday, March 6, 2015, 11:23 AM
  • Initial jobless claims unexpectedly jump to nine-month high
  • More Great real-world Survival Lessons from Ukraine
  • CIA Whistleblower face 100 years for Exposing Government Lies
  • Federal Agencies: Subtle push against FOIA bill begins in administrative branch
  • Hormone-disrupting chemicals ‘cost billions’
  • Chemical Exposure Linked to Billions in Health Care Costs
  • Congress Facing Huge Pressure To Lift Oil Export Ban
  • Freight train carrying crude oil derails near Illinois city
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Daily Digest 3/5 - The Original Corporate Raiders, Fighting The Plastic Bag Lobby

Thursday, March 5, 2015, 12:01 PM
  • Signs to Watch for a Major Peak in Stocks and Impending Bear Market
  • The Demolition Of Workers' Comp
  • The East India Company: The original corporate raiders
  • Investing in Utility Stocks the Right Way
  • Small Quaker Group Takes Aim at Big Bank and Wins
  • Global Crude Oil Production Growth Grinding To A Halt
  • Salmon freezing to death in Nova Scotia
  • A plastic bag lobby exists, and it’s surprisingly tough
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Daily Digest 3/4 - Cash Stimulus Distorts Markets, Negative Yields Buy Security

Wednesday, March 4, 2015, 12:11 PM
  • China’s Debt Binge Spawns Asset-Backed Bond Boom: Credit Markets
  • Japan Monetary Base Surges 36.7% In February
  • Draghi's Rescue Plan Has Created a $103 Billion Problem
  • Schlumberger Debt Signals Free Cash as Stimulus Distorts Markets
  • Negative Yields Buy Security
  • Russian Wealth Fund Falls Most Since 2010 as Deficit Widens
  • Australia's net foreign debt approaches $1 trillion, trade figures show
  • Bond Funds Brace for Outflows With Push Into Corporate-Debt ETFs
  • In Negative-Yield World, Actavis Shows Little Goes Long Way
  • Ukraine Debt Ratio Breaches Eurobond Terms With Russia
  • Opinion: Slowing U.S. economy is inconvenient truth
  • Austria sells bonds at negative yield
  • Denmark intervenes in currency market in big way
  • Only mass default will end the world's addiction to debt
  • Spiraling pension costs may send Hollywood over financial cliff, experts warn
  • Massachusetts public college retirees drive up six-figure pensions
  • Greece taps public sector cash to help cover March needs - sources
  • Argentina says creditors filed $7-8 billion more claims in debt battle
  • N.J. municipalities group warns Christie's pension changes could trigger 'mass exodus' of workers
  • McCain, Reed Want $577B Plus War Funding
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Daily Digest 3/3 - CA Gas Prices Soar, Red Flags In Cuba Slow Investment

Tuesday, March 3, 2015, 12:01 PM
  • Red flags in Cuba slow investment
  • Greek European deal: where are we?
  • Why I believe everyone should work retail at some point in their lives
  • Schiff: This time it’s different – it’s worse
  • Private police carry guns and make arrests, and their ranks are swelling
  • Supreme Court gives tacit approval for government to take anybody’s DNA
  • Despite Oil Price Plunge, California Gasoline Prices Soar
  • Goodbye Cow Milk, Hello Goat Milk