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    Daily Digest 8/17 – Five Risks Facing The U.S. Economy, Nearly Half Of U.S. Adults Have Layoff Anxiety

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    Saturday, August 17, 2019, 8:46 AM

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    • The trade war is already lost, Trump is doomed and this investment is about to go ‘ballistic,’ strategist says
    • Wells Fargo closed company’s accounts, but the fees continued to mount
    • Here are five risks facing the US economy
    • Consumer Confidence Crashes As Rate-Cut Triggered “Apprehensions About A Recession”
    • U.S. Weighs Selling 50- and 100-Year Bonds After Yields Plummet
    • Top U.S. medical centers roll out DNA sequencing clinics for healthy (and often wealthy) clients
    • GE On The “Verge of Insolvency” Claims Whistleblower Report
    • Argentine Crisis 2019: 5 Things People are doing to Prepare
    • The Battle of the ‘Flations has Begun
    • Nearly Half Of U.S. Adults Have Layoff Anxiety: Survey
    • The ‘bloodbath’ in America’s trucking industry has officially spilled over to the rest of the economy
    • UPS Has Been Delivering Cargo in Self-Driving Trucks for Months And No One Knew
    • And Now, the Really Big Coal Plants Begin to Close
    • Deere struggles as farmers fret about the trade war
    • Why there is ‘shock and distrust’ among U.S. farmers
    • E.P.A. Backtracks on Use of ‘Cyanide Bombs’ to Kill Wild Animals
    • First-ever mandatory water cutbacks will kick in next year along the Colorado River
    • The West Is Trading Water for Cash. The Water Is Running Out
    • You could be swallowing a credit card’s weight in plastic every week

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    Daily Digest 8/16 – Good News Friday: A Cure For Ebola In The Congo, Rethinking The Link Between Crime And Incarceration

    by Daily Digest

    Friday, August 16, 2019, 8:16 AM

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    • Ine Chicago, Rethinking The Link Between Crime And Incarceration
    • The No. 1 job in America with the ‘best career opportunities’ pays $112,000 a year — and it’s not in tech
    • Actually, Gender-Neutral Pronouns Can Change A Culture
    • A Cure for Ebola? Two New Treatments Prove Highly Effective in Congo
    • Uber Driver Surprises Fast Food Worker With New Clothes After Hearing About Her Christmas Wish
    • Historic First: Wind Turbines Deliver More Energy Than Coal in Texas–the Largest Consumer of Coal in US
    • New York decriminalizes marijuana use
    • Coke and Pepsi abandon the plastics lobby
    • Report: How restoring polluted Great Lakes waters leads to cities’ rebirth
    • This Tasty Seaweed Reduces Cow Emissions by 99%—and It Could Soon Be a Climate Gamechanger

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    Daily Digest 8/15 – Recession Fears Just Hit 8-Year High, How Arctic Wildfires Change The World

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    Thursday, August 15, 2019, 7:42 AM

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    • Recession fears just hit an 8-year high for the biggest investors on Wall Street
    • Dow tanks 800 points in worst day of 2019 after bond market sends recession warning
    • Banks are paying people to borrow money, and that’s alarming news for the global economy
    • Gold could hit $2,000 in a world full of negative yields
    • Global Economic Trouble Is Brewing, and the Trade War Is Only Part of It
    • Bond Rally Charges On With 30-Year Treasury Yields Below 2%
    • Mortgage rates fall below 4% and refis explode as rates tumble
    • Macy’s CEO Jeff Gennette: Shoppers have ‘no appetite’ for price increases from looming tariffs
    • China: Paper Tiger
    • Study Finds Rise In ‘Doomsday Prepping’ Due To Mainstream American ‘Culture Of Fear’
    • US ambassador threatens to withdraw troops from Germany
    • Our Galaxy’s Black Hole Suddenly Lit Up and Nobody Knows Why
    • K.I.S.S. Strategy – Part One
    • ‘This will be catastrophic’: Maine families face elder boom, worker shortage in preview of nation’s future
    • The Average US Farm Is $1.3 Million In Debt, And Now The Worst Farming Crisis In Modern History Is Upon Us
    • Russia Urges Villagers to Leave Radioactive Blast Site
    • NASA studies how Arctic wildfires change the world
    • Wildfires above the Arctic Circle in Greenland and Alaska
    • ‘It is raining plastic’: Scientists find colorful microplastic in rain
    • Microplastics Are Airborne, Polluted Arctic Snow Reveals

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    Daily Digest 8/14 – Recession Fears Spike to 2011 High, More Americans Falling Behind On Debt Payments

    by Daily Digest

    Wednesday, August 14, 2019, 4:47 AM

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    • Zimbabwe after Mugabe: The country where pensions have disappeared
    • Nearly 40% Of Education Spending Consumed By Pension Costs
    • New York health insurance premiums will grow in 2020
    • More Americans are falling behind on their debt payments
    • Demand for junk bonds grows, and so do liquidity worries
    • Why Gold Prices Are About To Skyrocket Even Higher
    • Central bank rate cuts are inflating a cheap money bubble
    • Recession Fears Spike to 2011 High as Risk of Bubbles Spreads
    • Argentina Default Fear Looms as Traders Dump Assets
    • Negative bond yields are not reflecting economic reality, Fitch warns
    • Bonds Meet the Four Criteria for Defining a Bubble
    • Tesla Pickup Truck: Everything We Know, Including Price, Range & More
    • Heat Wave Pushes Texas Power Demand To Record-High

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    Daily Digest 8/13 – Dow Jones Tumbles 400 Points, Forest Animal Populations Plummeted Since 1970

    by Daily Digest

    Tuesday, August 13, 2019, 9:13 AM

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    • Dow Jones Tumbles 400 Points, But These 3 Blue Chip Stocks Are Holding Up
    • Lowe’s spent billions on share buybacks, zero on severance for laid-off workers
    • Photos: Hong Kong protesters took over the city’s airport
    • New rules to deny green cards to many legal immigrants
    • Why Gold Prices Are About To Skyrocket Even Higher
    • Rare Earths Crisis in Retrospect
    • Russian failed nuclear test hints at Putin’s dangerous plans to beat U.S. defenses
    • Vodka From Chernobyl Is Perfectly Safe, Say the Scientists Who Made It
    • Trump’s Secretary of Agriculture Tells Joke About Whining Farmers to Room Full of Farmers, Gets Boo’d
    • Trump Administration weakens U.S. wildlife protections, states and conservationists to sue
    • Forest animal populations have plummeted by half since 1970, report warns

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    Daily Digest 8/12 – China’s Sovereign Digital Currency ‘Almost Ready,’ How Bad Is The Trade War?

    by Daily Digest

    Monday, August 12, 2019, 6:49 AM

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    • Volatility in China’s yuan due to escalating U.S. trade friction: PBOC official
    • Schumer proposes bill to regulate body armor
    • Joe Biden: Banning Assault Weapons Works
    • How bad is the trade war? This week will provide some clues
    • Hong Kong grounds all flights as protest paralyzes airport
    • Global economy is probably in recession: Kemp
    • China’s sovereign digital currency is ‘almost ready’: PBOC official
    • The big reason China won’t let the yuan go into free fall against the dollar has to do with Japan and Europe
    • Goldman Sachs economists say fears rise that U.S.-China trade war leading to recession
    • Chase wipes credit card debts for Canadians
    • MMT, Helicopter Money and Monetary Socialism
    • Bidding wars plummet as Bay Area housing market cools
    • Survey of Downtown San Francisco Reveals Trash on Every Block, 303 Piles of Feces and 100 Drug Needles
    • Older Boeing jets are now in hot demand because of the 737 Max grounding
    • Are We Living in a Computer Simulation? Let’s Not Find Out
    • Saudi Aramco has struck a $15 billion deal with Asia’s richest man for a stake in the world’s biggest refinery
    • Ditch your air conditioning. You’ll be fine
    • Climate change could raise risk of death for kidney patients
    • EPA defies California rules over Monsanto Roundup
    • Company: Kentucky coal mine to cease production Friday
    • ‘Ecological grief’: Greenland residents traumatised by climate emergency
    • China’s Iranian Oil Weapon
    • EPA says it won’t approve Roundup cancer-warning labels
    • The Misanthropic Bankers Behind the Green New Deal
    • The Case for a Coercive Green New Deal
    • The Tyranny Of The Socially Self-Righteous – A Coercive Green New Deal
    • To better grasp nuclear winter, scientists study wildfire cloud
    • EPA defies California rules over Monsanto Roundup
    • Fukushima nuclear plant out of space for radioactive water

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    Daily Digest 8/10 – The Worst Is Still To Come In Energy Markets, MS ICE Raid Causes Chaos For Children

    by Daily Digest

    Saturday, August 10, 2019, 7:14 AM

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    • This rebound is a ‘bump in the road on the way down,’ says strategist predicting ‘Lehman-like’ drop
    • TREASURIES-Recession fears pummel U.S. 30-year yields to near record low
    • Fed Trapped in a Rate-Cutting Box: It’s the Debt Stupid
    • Capital One breach: What you can do following bank data hack
    • Inflation Before Recession – Buy Energy Shares
    • ICE Mississippi Raid That Saw 680 Workers Arrested Took Place On First Day Of School, Causing Chaos For Children
    • China Signals It Will Continue to Weaken Its Currency as Trade War Rages
    • SoftBank’s big bet on tech is paying billions
    • 3 central banks around the world just announced surprise rate cuts as fears of a global recession linger
    • Jesse Ventura: “Payola: Democrats and Republicans sold our system to the highest bidder.”
    • Zillow wants to keep cashing in on flipping homes, but first it needs to stop losing money
    • The Worst Is Still To Come In Energy Markets
    • Saudis Are Discussing Options With Producers to Halt Oil’s Slide
    • Trump administration reauthorizes use of “cyanide bombs” to kill wild animals
    • Farm equipment maker Deere’s dealers reel from trade war, bad weather
    • Farmers tell Trump: ‘Give us China back’
    • California’s Minimum Wage Rules Kill State’s Largest Recycling Center
    • UN Says Humans Must Transform Our Diets and Land Use to Save the Planet
    • Russians rush to buy iodine after blast causes radiation spike: reports
    • Chernobyl ‘Sarcophagus’ That Holds in Radiation From the World’s Worst Nuclear Disaster Is About to Cave in Under Its Own Weight
    • Siberia forest fires spark potential ‘disaster’ for Arctic
    • Russia Says Siberian Wildfires Started on Purpose by Illegal Loggers

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    Daily Digest 8/9 – Good News Friday: How To Watch Perseid Meteor Shower, Is Aging A Disease?

    by Daily Digest

    Friday, August 9, 2019, 9:50 AM

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    • Comcast’s $10 internet plan opens up to all low-income and disabled Americans
    • Life-Extending Discovery Renews Debate Over Aging as a ‘Disease’
    • Tiny tardigrades crash-landed on the Moon and probably survived
    • Actor Danny Trejo saves baby trapped in car (video)
    • CRISPR Gene Editing Is Being Tested in Human Patients, and the Results Could Revolutionize Health Care
    • Tiny Robots Swimming in Your Eye Could Provide Radical New Treatments
    • Medicare will cover pioneering cancer treatment nationwide
    • Southwest pilot flew his Vietnam veteran father’s remains back to the place where he last saw him 52 years ago
    • Why This Major Hotel Chain is Getting Rid of Its Mini Toiletries
    • The Perseid meteor shower should be striking despite the August full moon. Here’s how to watch.

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    Daily Digest 8/8 – Climate Change Threatens World Food Supply, When Will The Jenga Economy Fall?

    by Daily Digest

    Thursday, August 8, 2019, 7:49 AM

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    • When Will The Jenga Economy Fall?
    • China’s Yuan Breaks the 7 to $1 Band–The Global Currency War Has Begun
    • The Trade War Isn’t The Only Reason For The Dow’s Big Drop
    • Walgreens to close 200 US stores
    • The case for why stocks could climb 20%
    • Half of young Americans say college is too expensive and no longer necessary
    • The Coming Economic Dark Ages
    • Short-seller Carson Block just called this Woodford-backed firm ‘Enron-esque’ — and the stock plunged 51%
    • Robbers steal $2.5 million in coins from Mexico’s mint in daylight heist
    • ‘Anxiety Fills the Air.’ What It’s Like Inside Kashmir When All Communication With the Outside World Is Cut Off
    • Uganda Launches Largest Trial of Experimental Ebola Vaccine As Outbreak Spreads in Neighboring Congo
    • Michael Pento: ‘Massive Interest Rate Shock’ Will Blow Up Markets
    • Gold Prices – The Next Five Years
    • Philippines declares a national dengue epidemic after 622 deaths
    • Globalists Have Set Operation ‘Blame The Populists’ In Motion
    • How a Record-Breaking Solar Storm Ignited a Vietnam War Mystery
    • Earth’s Magnetic North Pole Is Shifting South… So What Now?
    • Air Pollution in World: Real-time Air Quality Index Visual Map
    • “Worst Year Ever”: China’s Ban On US Ag Products Will Be A Death Blow For Countless Farms
    • Climate Change Threatens the World’s Food Supply, United Nations Warns

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    Daily Digest 8/7 – 5% Increase In Bankruptcies Nationwide, Is The ‘Everything Bubble’ Finally Popping?

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    Wednesday, August 7, 2019, 8:57 AM

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    • Cook County Home Values Down 31%, Property Taxes Up 22% Since 2007
    • 10-Year Notes at Negative Coupons Hit Covered-Bond Market
    • Number of pensioned public retirees in California’s $100K Club skyrockets
    • More people filed for bankruptcy per capita in these 5 states in July — and there was a 5% increase nationwide
    • Student Debt Has Gotten So Bad That People Are Fleeing the Country to Avoid It
    • Is the ‘everything bubble’ finally popping? This chart might have the answer
    • Gold Prices Hit All-Time Highs In These Currencies
    • Australia looks to access US fuel reserves to shore up supplies amid Persian Gulf tensions
    • Fourth Turning Economics Pt 2
    • World Economy Edges Closer to a Recession as Trade Dread Deepens
    • California’s largest recycling business closes, 750 laid off
    • Domino’s is stockpiling pizza ingredients to protect against a disorderly Brexit
    • Timber can be more sustainable than other building materials, but it comes with some caveats
    • Victorian councils sending thousands of tonnes of recyclables to landfill as waste crisis deepens

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