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Daily Digest 4/15 - Good News Friday: How To Reduce Food Waste, Genetic Superheroes Walk Among Us

Friday, April 15, 2016, 10:41 AM
  • How Regulators Mess With Bankers’ Minds, and Why That’s Good
  • Thirteen Anonymous Genetic Superheroes Walk Among Us
  • What Americans Can Learn From the New Dutch Dietary Guidelines
  • Can Livestock Restore Drought-Sticken Grasslands?
  • Waste Not, Want Not: 10 Ways to Reduce Your Food Waste Footprint
  • Timber: The One Asset Crushing Stocks
  • Intestinal worms may be our frenemies: They cultivate bacteria to block diseases
  • Get Your Locally Sourced, Sustainably Raised Meats—at a Vending Machine!
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Daily Digest 4/14 - NY Fed Launches GDP Tracker, How Much Capitalism?

Thursday, April 14, 2016, 10:12 AM
  • New York Fed Launches Its Own GDP Tracker
  • Olivier Blanchard eyes ugly 'end game' for Japan on debt spiral
  • Is The Fed Preparing For The Next Financial Earthquake To Hit?
  • A New Bill To Outlaw Encryption
  • Goldman Sachs to pay $5 billion in U.S. Justice Dept mortgage bond pact
  • Welcome To The Real Hunger Games
  • What in the World’s Going on with Banks this Week? Emergency Meetings, Summits, Crashing EU Banks...
  • Oil And Gas Sector Troubles Drive Corporate Default Rate To Highest Level In Seven Years: S&P
  • Gumshoes’ depleted ranks worry former enforcers
  • Deutsche Bank to settle U.S. silver price-fixing litigation
  • How Much Capitalism?
  • The Largest Coral Atoll In The World Lost 80 Percent Of Its Coral To Bleaching
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Daily Digest 4/13 - Saudi Arabia Gets Credit Downgrade, Could 'Helicopter Money' Work?

Wednesday, April 13, 2016, 11:35 AM
  • Saudi Arabia gets credit rating downgrade
  • IMF Cuts 2016 Global Economic Growth Outlook to 3.2%
  • GCC states to borrow billions to fund deficits
  • It's Never Been This Hard for Chinese Debtors to Pay Interest
  • U.S. Government Bonds Pull Back Before New Debt Supply
  • China Railway Material Bond Halt Dulls Appeal of State-Firm Debt
  • IMF cuts eurozone growth forecast amid 'major' challenges
  • Olivier Blanchard eyes ugly 'end game' for Japan on debt spiral
  • UBS Says Junk Bond Bubble Just a Slowdown Away From Popping
  • Company defaults headed for largest cyclical rise since recession
  • Weakest Deposit Growth Since 1963 Means Higher India Rates
  • Beijing trains gun on underground banks to check cash exodus
  • Cash Flees South Africa in Longest Run of Outflows Since '99
  • China first quarter GDP growth seen at 6.7 percent year on year, slowest since 2009
  • Strengthening Yen Leaves Kuroda Facing More Radical Options
  • Currency War Plagues Denmark as Central Bankers Run Out of Tools
  • Bernanke says so-called helicopter money could work
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Daily Digest 4/12 - Your Free Market Is Rigged, Why Low Oil Prices Haven’t Helped The Economy

Tuesday, April 12, 2016, 10:29 AM
  • "The Problems Are Unfixable"
  • Doug Casey: Are We Headed For Another Dark Ages?
  • Your Free Market Is Rigged
  • Gold Money Or Digital Money?
  • Dutch parliament adopted motions to investigate money creation
  • Why Low Oil Prices Haven’t Helped The Economy
  • Germany To Abandon $1.1 Trillion Wind Power Program By 2019
  • Utility regulator, SoCal Gas at odds over reopening of natural gas field
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Daily Digest 4/11 - 1790 All Over Again, The Invisible Money Makers Profiting From Oil Slump

Monday, April 11, 2016, 9:10 AM
  • David Cameron Releases Tax Data After Panama Papers Backlash
  • It's 1790 All Over Again
  • The Extreme Sacrifice Detroit Parents Make to Access Better Schools
  • A Forgotten Continent: The Hidden Truths of Africa
  • Austria Just Announced A 54% Haircut Of Senior Creditors In First "Bail In" Under New European Rules
  • Closing the 'Collapse Gap': the USSR was better prepared for collapse than the US
  • The Invisible Money Makers Who Thrived During 2015's Oil Slump
  • Car makers ask US to slow down on allowing self-driving cars
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Daily Digest 4/10 - Path To The Great Reset, Reducing Food Waste To Halt Climate Change

Sunday, April 10, 2016, 10:58 AM
  • Big Banks Use a Footnote to Look Smaller
  • Getting a Student Loan With Collateral From a Future Job
  • The Cost of Professional Development
  • Path to the Great Reset
  • The troubling price of the world becoming less open
  • Nigeria fuel crisis: Why is Africa's largest oil producer short of petrol?
  • Climate-Related Death of Coral Around World Alarms Scientists
  • Reducing food waste would mitigate climate change, study shows
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Daily Digest 4/9 - The Geography of Financial Secrecy, A Brief History Of Leaks

Saturday, April 9, 2016, 2:33 PM
  • Senate bill draft would prohibit unbreakable encryption
  • China’s President Shows Up in the Panama Papers. Is This a Big Deal?
  • Primary Process Is Seen as in Conflict With Democracy
  • The Geography of Financial Secrecy
  • The not-completely-crazy theory that Russia leaked the Panama Papers
  • Three Oil Majors Have Debt Ratings Cut by Moody's on Price Rout
  • Why Natural Gas Prices Could Double From Here
  • From Panama to Sparta: A brief history of leaks
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Daily Digest 4/8 - Good News Friday: Changing Minds With Conversation, How Much is Your Carbon-Rich Soil Worth?

Friday, April 8, 2016, 11:07 AM
  • How Do You Change Voter's Minds? Have A Conversation
  • Feature: Political NASCAR
  • San Francisco Approves Fully Paid Parental Leave
  • ER docs get heart rate info from Fitbit, save patient’s life
  • Farmers are Capitalizing on Carbon Sequestration: How Much is Your Carbon-Rich Soil Worth?
  • The Strange Ecosystem In The Sea: Dead Whales
  • Sweet drug clears cholesterol, reverses heart disease—and was found by parents
  • The fight to preserve taro farming is a fight to preserve Hawaiian culture itself
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Daily Digest 4/7 - Global Military Spending Increasing, Trump Unbound

Thursday, April 7, 2016, 7:46 AM
  • Insulin Costs Have Tripled In Just 10 Years
  • It’s Been Twenty-Five Years Since Restaurant Workers Got a Raise
  • Global military spending is increasing
  • Wage Growth Remains an Issue for Millennials
  • Trump Unbound
  • Panama Papers: Obama, Clinton Pushed Trade Deal Amid Warnings It Would Make Money Laundering, Tax Evasion Worse
  • Gold Once Again Proves To Be The Best Defense Strategy
  • Oil Edges Up After Biggest Draw In U.S. Crude Stocks This Year
  • North America’s Largest Coal-fired Power Plant Will Soon be a Solar Farm
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Daily Digest 4/6 - Pothole Season Arrives Amid Little Funding, Flint Mayor Presents Bleak Financial Picture

Wednesday, April 6, 2016, 10:11 AM
  • Wastewater Associated with Fracking Cited in New USGS Earthquake Report
  • Hedge funds sue to freeze Puerto Rico bank’s assets
  • Flint mayor presents budget, bleak financial picture
  • Russian Fiscal Aim Seen Out of Reach as Putin Spares Defense
  • Pothole season brings little new funding to fix them
  • Italy banks expect ECB to force pace of bad loan sales
  • Atlantic City Rating Cut to Puerto Rico's Level by Moody's
  • As Water Infrastructure Crumbles, Cities Like Woodbury, N.J., Seek Private Help
  • Global funds drawn to India's record $120 bln sour debt
  • S. Korea's national debt up 53.5 trillion won in 2015
  • Fed's Evans says needs to be aggressive to get up to inflation targets
  • Zimbabwe: Cash Crisis Deepens, Helpless Central Bank Urges Use of Cards
  • The ECB Explains Why Central Banks Can't Go Bankrupt in a Footnote
  • Australia's central bank warns on rising currency
  • India’s Central Bank Slashes Key Rate To Five-Year Low To Boost Growth Amid Easing Inflation
  • Negative Interest Rates Benefit the Global Economy, Says IMF Chief Christine Lagarde
  • SNB's Jordan Says Negative Rate Key, Further Easing Possible
  • IMF director urges governments to ‘pick up the growth baton’