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Daily Digest 11/4 - Inflation Eases Worldwide, Health Care Costs Plague Small Businesses

Wednesday, November 4, 2015, 9:34 AM
  • BofA Sees Saudi Rating Risks Another S&P Cut Amid Oil Slump
  • CPS Faces Possible Teachers Strike, Massive Layoffs This Winter
  • Obamacare prices increase for those who don't get subsidies
  • Health Care Costs Plague Small Businesses, Survey Says
  • Winter could get tougher: Illinois budget impasse threatens road salt supplies
  • Illinois Lottery ticket sales slowed by budget crisis, businesses say
  • IRS report: 1 resident, $50,000 left IL in 2013 every 7 minutes
  • Debt Collectors Can Make Robocalls Those Who Owe Student Loans
  • Draghi Passes ECB Halfway Mark Still Missing Inflation Goal
  • South Korea's manufacturing sector logs first ever negative growth
  • Hungary cenbank to extend cheap loans scheme into 2016 -paper
  • CEOs wary of economic conditions worldwide: Survey
  • Inflation eases worldwide in September: OECD
  • Brazil GDP seen contracting 3.05% in 2015: survey
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Daily Digest 11/3 - The Rigging of the American Market, The Campaign To 'Ban The Box'

Tuesday, November 3, 2015, 9:35 AM
  • China’s Plan to Avoid Collapse
  • The Rigging of the American Market
  • Quiet 'epidemic' has killed half a million middle-aged white Americans
  • 21 Facts About The Explosive Growth Of Poverty In America That Will Blow Your Mind
  • Avoiding Taxes, Legally, Offshore
  • Ban the box: President Obama’s plan to help ex-prisoners get jobs, explained
  • E.P.A. Finds More VW Cheating Software, Including in a Porsche
  • Climate change could have a significant impact on our economy
  • NASA Study: Mass Gains of Antarctic Ice Sheet Greater than Losses
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Daily Digest 11/2 - The Unmaking of America, Potential SPX Plunge Ahead

Monday, November 2, 2015, 11:25 AM
  • The Unmaking of America
  • Powerful Gestures
  • If you think your own logic came from someone else, you might not believe it
  • Mind The SPX Arch: Potential For A 25% Plunge Ahead
  • The Trust Machine
  • Greenspan's Nightmare Chart Spoils Labor Department Data Party
  • Greater than the sum of its parts
  • Jade: A Global Witness investigation into Myanmar's "Big State Secret"
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Daily Digest 11/1 - Beware The Fine Print, Brazil Goes Thirsty

Sunday, November 1, 2015, 11:18 AM
  • Reliable Rebel
  • ISIS Releases Video Of Alleged Russian Airplane Mid-Air Exposion After It Claims Responsibility For Disaster
  • The Path to Liberty – Developing an Anarchist Heuristic for Change
  • Beware The Fine Print
  • How a group of neighbors created their own Internet service
  • Greek Lenders Told to Raise $15.9 Billion to Cover Bad Loans
  • Einstein's theory of relativity explains fundamental properties of gold
  • Brazil, land of water, goes thirsty
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Daily Digest 10/31 - Home Loan Discrimination Re-emerges, America's First Offshore Wind Farm

Saturday, October 31, 2015, 9:29 AM
  • Cash Is Becoming Radioactive
  • Many Need to Shop Around on as Prices Jump, U.S. Says
  • How Stuy Town was won
  • 'Redlining’ Home Loan Discrimination Re-emerges as Concern for Regulators
  • You're About to Get Too Expensive for Your Pension Plan
  • Exclusive: Elevated CO2 Levels Directly Affect Human Cognition, New Harvard Study Shows
  • A recipe for an affordable, safe, and scalable flow battery
  • Meet America’s First Offshore Wind Farm
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Daily Digest 10/30 - Good News Friday: Learning To Fail Productively, Buying Coal To Save The Earth

Friday, October 30, 2015, 10:08 AM
  • The best way to learn math is to learn how to fail productively
  • Jeb Bush's Loss Is Democracy's Gain
  • Freedom From Fries
  • Copper Foam Could Revolutionize Battery Storage
  • Lithium-Air battery research shows potential paths to next-gen batteries
  • Save The Humans
  • Buy Coal Now!
  • Seaweed: A New Leaf
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Daily Digest 10/29 - China Demand Slumping, Barcelona to Issue Its Own Electronic Currency

Thursday, October 29, 2015, 9:49 AM
  • The Fed Can’t Raise Rates, But Must Pretend It Will
  • Barcelona to Issue Its Own Electronic Currency
  • Secret Email Leaked From Hillary's Server: The Real Story Of Bush, Blair And Big Oil's Iraq Agenda
  • Paul Ryan Used to Think Blowing Past the Debt Limit Was No Big Deal
  • The Circle of Gold
  • House Republican leaders reach budget deal with White House
  • Sheriff fires deputy for tossing teen across classroom
  • China Steel Head Says Demand Slumping at Unprecedented Speed
  • Jim Rickards: Recession Will Force Fed To Ease In 2016 – What Will Be The Impact?
  • Hey Obama, Can We Have a Unified Microbiome Initiative?
  • Though Labeled ‘Wild,’ That Serving of Salmon May Be Farmed or ‘Faux’
  • The Gasoline-Powered Car Could Be Gone By 2050
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Daily Digest 10/28 - Healthcare Premiums To Increase In 2016, Venezuela Sues Currency Website

Wednesday, October 28, 2015, 9:16 AM
  • U.S. Job Growth Hurt by Slowing Global Economy
  • BASF cuts full-year goals in face of slowing global economy
  • Cummins to cut jobs as weak global economy hurts sales
  • The average student loan debt grew 56% over the past 10 years
  • Pension problems expected to hammer UPS retirees
  • United Auto Workers union may be cutting pensions
  • premiums have bigger increase for 2016
  • Hamptons' Home County Turns to False-Alarm Fees After Downgrade
  • Chief Springfield critic Emanuel seeks $800 million in help from Capitol
  • Next Few Weeks Will Reveal Full Extent Of Oil Industry Suffering
  • India 10-Year Bond Yield Near One-Month High on Deficit Concern
  • Chicago still spending borrowed money on landscaping, lawsuits
  • Treasury Bill Rates Slide Below Zero After Debt-Ceiling Accord
  • Arch Coal shares hammered as company gives up on debt swap
  • Russia's finance minister sees 1 of 2 rainy day funds depleted by end of 2016
  • Debt Totaling $345 Billion Says ECB to Cut Deposit Rate to -0.3%
  • Japan's economy likely declined again in Q3
  • Brazil companies more leveraged than ever, Credit Suisse says
  • Brazilians Expect Crisis to Linger for at Least 3 More Years
  • Bernanke: Governments 'too focused on budget cuts'
  • Chance of recession highest in two years: Survey
  • Brazil loan defaults stay at near two-year high in September
  • Venezuela sues US currency website
  • 4 central bank interventions in 4 days—who's next?
  • Orders for U.S. durable goods fizzle again
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Daily Digest 10/27 - Growing Impact Of Ocean Acidification On Marine Life, Where Is All The Gold Going?

Tuesday, October 27, 2015, 10:20 AM
  • Hillary Clinton's Take on Banks Won't Hold Up
  • Clinton Emails Reveal “Behind the Doors Actions” of Private Sector and US Embassy in Haiti Elections
  • A China twist: why are malls closing if consumption is rising?
  • Mind The Empty Malls Of Shanghai–Why Red Capitalism Is Plunging Into The Red
  • The U.S. just challenged China in the South China Sea and… nothing happened
  • Where Is All The Gold Going?
  • Russia and China Increase Gold Holdings As Central Banks Continue Loose Monetary Policies
  • Wisconsin Governor Walker signs bill restricting secret investigations
  • Congress and White House Reach Tentative Budget Deal
  • A Whale of a Legal Tale
  • New Report Maps Growing Impact Of Ocean Acidification On Marine Life Worldwide
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Daily Digest 10/26 - TPP 'Toxic' To Environment, Quantitative Easing And The Nightmare It Has Created

Monday, October 26, 2015, 9:22 AM
  • Tensions Rise Between European Nations Over Refugee Crisis
  • ACLU Accuses Biloxi of Running Debtors' Prison in Lawsuit Seeking to 'Dismantle Two-Tiered System of Justice'
  • John Mauldin: Someone Is Spending Your Pension Money
  • Obama thinks kids are spending too much time on standardized tests
  • General Motors and U.A.W. Reach Tentative Contract Accord
  • Goodbye Middle Class: 51 Percent Of All American Workers Make Less Than 30,000 Dollars A Year
  • Quantitative Easing & the Nightmare It Has Created
  • Volkswagen Investigation Focus to Include Managers Who Turned a Blind Eye
  • Leaked Doc Shows 'Toxic Trade Deal' Putting Environmental Safeguards on the Chopping Block