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Daily Digest 4/23 - IMF Warns Of Potential Instability, Is Europe Worth The Investment?

Thursday, April 23, 2015, 10:56 AM
  • IMF Reports Warns of Financial Instability – Low Interest Rates Will Be Our Doom
  • Obama’s Republican Collaborators
  • Is Europe Worth The Investment?
  • MSNBC’s Touré Has the Taxman on His Case
  • Expect Deflation, Inflation And Hyperinflation In This Distorted Financial System
  • Record Numbers Of Drivers Trading In Electric Cars For SUVs
  • How to Make Money in Renewable Energy
  • Big oil warns world to brace for a different, but equally daunting, price shock to come
  • U.S. Oil Production May Not Drop In Earnest Until 2016
  • Your White Teeth and Smooth Skin Are Damaging the Environment
  • 1,015 gallons of water were used to make this plate
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Daily Digest 4/22 - Greek Bank Shares Slide, Eurozone Gov't Debts Continue To Rise

Wednesday, April 22, 2015, 10:07 AM
  • Greece buys six weeks’ space with order transferring city funds
  • Atlantic City Managers In Talks to Hire Restructuring Lawyers
  • Surging medical, nursing care costs strain Japan's public finances
  • Chicago Schools Haunted by Bankruptcy Chatter Ahead of Bond Sale
  • Eurozone government debts continue to rise in 2014
  • Key European interbank rate drops below zero
  • Fink Says Central Bankers ‘Destroying’ Insurers With Low Rates
  • Greek bank shares slide to record low as ECB considers pulling the plug
  • India’s Central Bank Chief Looks for More Accommodation
  • Hungary Central Bank Flags More Easing as Rate Cut to Record
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Daily Digest 4/21 - Wall Street Bets On Oil Price Rally, Live Small To Be Happy

Tuesday, April 21, 2015, 11:01 AM
  • Live small, be happy? The next new big thing
  • The Future Of Flying
  • The Government Killed 8 Eagles, 730 Cats, and a Million Starlings Last Year
  • New York Apartments, Art Top Gold as Stores of Wealth, Says Fink
  • Mutant Broccoli Has Been Enhanced To Fight Cholesterol
  • Wall Street Bets On Oil Price Rally
  • Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling in the Southeast Atlantic: What You Need to Know. What You Can Do
  • Maybe climate science news makes a difference?
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Daily Digest 4/20 - World's Electrical Waste Reaches New Peak, Moving To Mars

Monday, April 20, 2015, 9:58 AM
  • Out of the ashes - Could we reboot a modern civilization without fossil fuels?
  • A revolt is growing as more people refuse to pay back student loans
  • Key Democrat says he’ll try to kill Obama-backed trade bill
  • Hundreds drown off Libya, EU leaders forced to reconsider migrant crisis
  • Congress cannot be taken seriously on cybersecurity
  • Moving To Mars
  • World's mountain of electrical waste reaches new peak of 42m tonnes
  • The EIA Is Bizarrely Optimistic About Future U.S. Oil Production
  • Falling battery prices boost outlook for electric vehicles
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Daily Digest 4/19 - Regulatory Relief For Banks, Robots Will Replace Half Of Jobs

Sunday, April 19, 2015, 11:45 AM
  • Workers Seeking Productivity in a Pill Are Abusing A.D.H.D. Drugs
  • Regulatory Relief For Banks That Rarely Fail
  • Robots to replace almost half of jobs over next 20 years: expert
  • FBI can’t cut Internet and pose as cable guy to search property, judge says
  • Videgaray Says Mexico to Hedge 2016 Oil Exports, Limit New Debt
  • Conflict Over Soil and Water Quality Puts ‘Iowa Nice’ to a Test
  • VW Bus to be re-released as an electric vehicle
  • Company creates portable farms that can grow an acre of food in one shipping container
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Daily Digest 4/18 - The World's "Smartest" Lake, Guerilla Gardening

Saturday, April 18, 2015, 9:57 AM
  • The Very Real Hardship of Unpredictable Work Schedules
  • Putting The Real Story Of Energy & The Economy Together
  • Crickets Are Not a Free Lunch, Protein Conversion Rates May Be Overestimated
  • Home Prices Fall in Fewer Chinese Cities as Demand Grows
  • California Gas Pipeline Explosion Injures Up to 15 People
  • Craft Distiller Wants To Save Small Farms
  • Science by robot: Outfitting the world’s “smartest” lake
  • Guerrilla Gardening: Woman Promotes Positive Change by Planting in Potholes
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Daily Digest 4/17 - Canadian Oil And Gas Firms 'Bleeding Money,' What's Really Driving Gold

Friday, April 17, 2015, 10:41 AM
  • You Can't Have a Functioning Democracy Without High Quality Infrastructure
  • The Clintonian Theory of Foreign Money
  • Conspiracy Theorists, Bloggers Compared To ISIS During Congressional Hearing
  • World Bank projects leave trail of misery around the globe
  • What Is Really Driving Gold
  • Gold, Silver, Yen & S&P Correlation
  • Feds change no-fly procedures to evade judicial review
  • Canadian oil and gas firms 'bleeding money' amidst darkest outlook in a decade
  • Oil Market Too Murky To Call, Says IEA
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Daily Digest 4/16 - The Rise Of The Paper Machines, Hydrogen Fuel Cells Return

Thursday, April 16, 2015, 10:24 AM
  • Detroit, Stockton bankruptcies may flag wider problems -Fed's Dudley
  • The Common Painkiller That Also Kills Pleasure
  • What You Need to Know About Trade Agreements and Fast Track
  • Central bankers gather privately in Washington this Friday to discuss gold
  • The Rise Of The Paper Machines
  • Tony Abbott says iron ore price collapse blew $30-billion black hole in federal budget
  • Has The U.S. Reached “Peak Oil” At Current Price Levels?
  • Saudi Arabia’s Plan to Extend the Age of Oil
  • Fighting Homelessness, One Smartphone at a Time
  • Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars Return for Another Run
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Daily Digest 4/15 - House Takes Step to Patch Pension Fund Hole, Banks May Pay Borrowers In Europe

Wednesday, April 15, 2015, 11:07 AM
  • Higher water rates on tap as utilities cover losses from drought
  • An unexpected after-death side effect of Obamacare
  • Retirees who didn’t work for the police or fire departments can now expect to see a 4.5 percent pension cut and the elimination of annual cost-of-living payments
  • Report: S. Korea could be headed for Japan-style long-term economic downturn
  • House Takes Step to Patch Pension Fund Hole
  • Christie Urges Benefit Cuts as New Jersey Retiree Rush Strains Pension
  • Treasury Officials Increase Efforts With Finances of Puerto Rico
  • Detroit, Stockton bankruptcies may flag wider problems: Fed's Dudley
  • Prescription drug spending jumps 13% to record $374 billion in 2014
  • IMF Calls On Bank of Japan To Crank Up Stimulus Steps
  • China Junk Bonds Pose Most Risk Since ’04 on Credit-Quality Dips
  • Dutch five-year DSLs sell at negative yields for first time
  • Negative rates in Europe: banks may pay borrowers
  • IMF says slowing emerging-market growth is sapping global economy
  • IMF cuts its U.S. growth estimate for 2015 by a half point
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Daily Digest 4/14 - CA Cycles Of Drought, Low Wages Cost Taxpayers Billions

Tuesday, April 14, 2015, 10:39 AM
  • Poverty-level wages cost U.S. taxpayers $153 billion every year
  • Groupthink is killing the economy: We need a Copernican revolution in economics: Prof. Steve Keen
  • Big Companies Pay Later, Squeezing Their Suppliers
  • The Ultimate Middle East Dilemma: Time For Us To Stop Intervening?
  • Doug Casey: ‘We’re in for a world of trouble’
  • Out of the ashes
  • The Real History Of Fracking
  • In California, a Wet Era May Be Ending