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    Daily Digest 10/9 – Biggest Stock Market Bubble In History Set To Crash, Want To Know What Climate Change Feels Like? Ask an Alaskan

    by Daily Digest

    Wednesday, October 9, 2019, 9:35 AM

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    • Harry Dent: Biggest Stock Market Bubble In History Set To Crash
    • The father of the yield curve indicator says now is the time to prepare for a recession
    • Fed, other regulators approve changes to ‘Volcker rule’ to ease bank restrictions
    • A Florida inmate’s secretly recorded film shows the gruesome reality of life in prison
    • G.M. Strike’s Economic Toll Is Showing: ‘I Might Lose the Business’
    • New biometric system at Dubai airport: No passport or boarding pass needed
    • This country just passed the U.S. as the world’s most competitive economy
    • Merk U.S. Business Cycle Report – October 2019
    • PitchBook-NVCA Venture Monitor
    • Most interesting video discussion about key historical facts
    • Serenity Prayer for Central Bankers
    • Oops, sorry! Twitter ‘inadvertently’ feeds users’ emails and phone numbers to advertisers
    • EIA Sharply Cuts Oil Price Forecast
    • Wildfires a massive threat to California’s progress in cutting greenhouse gases, report says
    • Blizzard-Like Weather Approaches, Only Half of Corn Is Mature, USDA Says
    • Want to know what climate change feels like? Ask an Alaskan.

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    Daily Digest 10/8 – Recession Fears Rising, HSBC Plans To Axe 10,000 Jobs

    by Daily Digest

    Tuesday, October 8, 2019, 8:24 AM

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    • Recession Fears Are Rising, With Surveys Showing Optimism At New Lows
    • HSBC to cut up to 10,000 jobs in drive to slash costs: FT
    • HSBC Plans To Axe 10,000 Jobs—Bringing The Total To 60,000 Banking Employees Downsized Just This Year
    • Hong Kong Stock Exchange Drops Nearly $37 Billion Bid for London Rival
    • Chinese soldiers in Hong Kong warn protesters as emergency rules fail to quell unrest
    • US to step aside for Turkish assault on Kurds in Syria
    • Turkey’s Erdogan warns of military operation in northeast Syria
    • Thousands rally in Kiev to protest autonomy plan for eastern Ukraine
    • Acted swiftly in PMC Bank case; banking sector is stable: RBI Governor Das
    • Chaos in Ecuador from an Expat On the Ground
    • Gold falls on China trade deal hopes. What’s next
    • General Electric freezing pension plan for 20,000 of its U.S. employees
    • Forget Facial Recognition: DHS’s New Database, HART, Also Uses Scars, Tattoos, and Your VOICE to ID You
    • Book Review: The Second Sleep by Robert Harris
    • California’s Poorest Big City Faces a Different Kind of Housing Crisis
    • How Housing Wealth Transferred From Families to Corporations
    • China’s Gold-Buying Spree Tops 100 Tons During Trade War
    • Gas prices keep soaring across California, passing $4 in Sacramento. Have they peaked?
    • UAW says negotiations with GM have ‘taken a turn for the worse’
    • North Korea: ‘talks broke down’; State Department: ‘good discussion’
    • Trump opening California public land to fracking, gas leases. Is it ‘reckless’?
    • Solar Minimum Is Underway, And It’s A Deep One
    • To Freeze The Thames: Natural Geo-Engineering and Biodiversity

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    Daily Digest 10/7 – Trump Orders Cut to National Security Staff, The Fight To Save The Giant Sequoia

    by Daily Digest

    Monday, October 7, 2019, 8:21 AM

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    • Amid Trade War, Farmers Lean on a New Crop: Hemp
    • Trump Orders Cut to National Security Staff After Whistle-Blower
    • Will US dollar devaluation be Trump’s next sudden move?
    • Drone Reveals Bizarre 4,000-Year-Old ‘Mole Town’ Where People Live Entirely Underground
    • In the Pancreas, Common Fungi May Drive Cancer
    • Without oversight, scores of accused priests commit crimes
    • New York City Wants to Put a Climate Change ‘Laboratory’ on Governors Island
    • ‘Once they’re gone, they’re gone’: the fight to save the giant sequoia

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    Daily Digest 10/5 – U.S. Trade Deficit Grows By Nearly $1B, Oil Discoveries Hit 70-Year Low

    by Daily Digest

    Saturday, October 5, 2019, 7:10 AM

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    • U.S. Jobs Outlook Is So Weak It Echoes Disaster-Hit Months
    • Commerce Dept.: U.S. trade deficit has grown by nearly $1B
    • Ecuador In State Of Emergency: End Of Fuel Subsidies Sparks Mass Protests
    • Trump suspends entry of immigrants who cannot pay for healthcare
    • US Customs Officer Harasses Defense One Journalist at Dulles Airport
    • China grants more trademark approvals for Ivanka Trump firm – including voting machines
    • Violence escalates in Iraq even after top cleric urges calm
    • Haiti braces for more upheaval after big protest
    • State’s attorney lists 22 Baltimore police officers as discredited; prosecutors begin wiping out 790 convictions
    • The Bahamas Is Using Hurricane Dorian To Push Out Haitian Immigrants, Critics Say
    • Scientists use implanted memories to teach baby bird to sing
    • A California City Tested Universal Basic Income. Here’s How Recipients Spent the $500 in Free Money
    • Consumer stocks take a dive after services sector data disappoints
    • Ex-Ukraine prosecutor said he was told to back off probe of Biden-linked firm, files show
    • Meet the Florida Duo Helping Giuliani Investigate for Trump in Ukraine
    • The Sounds of Silence and Hopium
    • REASON Interview: Paul Craig Roberts
    • Protesters take to the streets as Hong Kong imposes emergency powers
    • For Hong Kong protesters, masks shield against Big Brother
    • Hong Kong: Face mask ban prompts thousands to protest
    • The Snake-And-Alligator Border Moat: A Budget Analysis
    • Western governors: States not consulted on nuclear waste
    • Exclusive: Two JPMorgan metals executives put on leave amid U.S. probe – source
    • Oil Discoveries Hit 70-Year Low
    • Airborne research shows East Coast cities emitting twice as much methane as estimated
    • Farmers get ‘negligible’ benefit from insecticide that may kill bees, researchers say

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    Daily Digest 10/4 – Good News Friday: Hazelnuts Improve Adults’ Micronutrient Levels, Solar Is Back

    by Daily Digest

    Friday, October 4, 2019, 8:10 AM

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    • College-student voting rate doubled in 2018, analysis says
    • Cancer cells stopped by compounds derived from hops
    • Hazelnuts improve older adults’ micronutrient levels
    • NASA news: An incredible black hole appeared on Jupiter – What is this ‘dramatic image’?
    • September snowstorm crashed couple’s big day — but made for epic wedding photos
    • A teacher designed glittery hearing aids on dolls to make her deaf students feel represented
    • Cars & Coffee group keeps Tesla Supercharger free after mass blocking incident
    • Scooter Startup Bird Raises $275 Million In New Funding Round
    • The Sunrise Movement Is Building An Army In The Early 2020 States
    • 10,000 Farmers And Ranchers Endorse Green New Deal In Letter To Congress
    • US Coal Exports to Drop by 10 Million Tons This Year, Over 8 Million More in 2020
    • Solar is back with an ETF tracking the sector up more than 50% this year
    • Federal judge declines to dismiss Bears Ears lawsuit
    • 2019 Fall Foliage Prediction Map

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    Daily Digest 10/3 – Negative Interest Rates Inflating Real Estate Prices, More Buckets Of Icy Cold Energy Reality

    by Daily Digest

    Thursday, October 3, 2019, 7:33 AM

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    • Negative interest rates are inflating real estate prices. These cities are at risk of a bubble
    • U.S. manufacturing dives to 10-year low as trade tensions weigh
    • Dow ends 344 points lower as ISM manufacturing comes in at worst level since financial crisis
    • Saudi King’s Bodyguard Is Killed in ‘Personal Dispute’
    • The Fed’s “Insurance” Rate Cuts Didn’t Work. Now For The Emergency Cuts
    • Rate cuts won’t save the stock market this time, UBS predicts
    • Norway Unexpectedly Withdraws Cash From Massive Wealth Fund
    • Fighting a Losing Battle: Federal Reserve Prints Another $63.5B This Wee
    • Google announces three new ways to hide your personal activity from Google
    • 1,015,736,491,184 reasons to have a Plan B
    • Inflation Breakevens: A Core Holding
    • ATM fees reach a record average of $4.72 per withdrawal, with more coming
    • Spies, suicide, and a clash over a bulldozed house — here’s what we know about the scandal rocking Credit Suisse
    • New Google Android Warning As Malicious Apps Hit 300 Million Play Store Users
    • The Bad Daddy: Better Bedtime Stories
    • $15 minimum wage hike is hitting, hurting NYC restaurants
    • You can now be fined up to $250,000 if you call someone an ‘illegal alien’ in New York City
    • UPS Gets FAA Approval to Run America’s First Drone Delivery Airline
    • FDA issues warning on medical devices that are vulnerable to takeover from hackers
    • Saudis turn focus to Aramco IPO after restoring output
    • The Collapse Might Finally Be Here
    • Tesla Gigafactory 3 has major ongoing expansion and new Supercharger station
    • More buckets of icy cold energy reality
    • Why Your Used Shirts Are Destined for the Dump and Not the Recycling Center
    • Trump Ag secretary: No guarantee small farms will survive
    • When will the record-challenging heat ease across the South?
    • A Guide to Plastic in the Ocean
    • GOLDSTEIN: Feds scrapped 100 years of data on climate change
    • New Studies Warn of Cataclysmic Solar Superstorms

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    Daily Digest 10/2 – Student Loan Debt Soars, There Is Good Reason to Fear the Repo

    by Daily Digest

    Wednesday, October 2, 2019, 6:14 AM

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    • Student loan debt soars, totaling $1.6 trillion in 2019
    • Developed central banks expected to see biggest ‘synchronised easing’ since 2000
    • Australia central bank governor tells banks ‘don’t be scared to make loans’
    • Down is the only way: Emerging central banks deliver more rate cuts
    • Negative interest rates are inflating real estate prices. These cities are at risk of a bubble
    • There Is Good Reason to Fear the Repo
    • Midwest’s Faltering Economies Will Spread Pain Nationwide
    • Dow Jones Turns Lower On Weak ISM Data; Online Brokers Plunge On Schwab News
    • US manufacturing survey shows worst reading in a decade
    • $300 Oil: What If The Attacks In Saudi Arabia Had Destroyed Production?
    • Sacramento gas prices up 25 cents in past week. California costs soar, bucking U.S. trend
    • China’s Renewable Boom Hits The Wall
    • Food Is Freedom: How Washington’s Food Subsidies Have Helped Make Americans Fat and Sick

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    Daily Digest 10/1 – The Medical Deserts Of Rural America, Consumer Instant Gratification Can Prove Risky

    by Daily Digest

    Tuesday, October 1, 2019, 6:11 AM

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    • China Flexes Muscles In Parade Marking 70 Years Of Communist Rule
    • Live Updates: Hong Kong Police Shoot Protester, 18, as Demonstrations Turn Violent
    • China state media warn US investment curbs will have ‘significant repercussions’
    • Democrats’ Plans to Tax Wealth Would Reshape U.S. Economy
    • Who pays the most under Bernie Sanders’ ‘inequality tax’ plan
    • The Internet Is Overrun With Images of Child Sexual Abuse. What Went Wrong?
    • Computers Are Making Huge Mistakes Because They Can’t Understand Chaos, Scientists Warn
    • Twitter Executive is Psy-Op Soldier – Middle East Eye
    • Here’s why the Forever 21 bankruptcy could be really bad news for US mall owners
    • Consumer instant gratification can prove risky
    • ‘Out here, it’s just me’: In the medical desert of rural America, one doctor for 11,000 square miles
    • What you should know about getting a good night’s sleep, from a company that has analyzed 1 million nights of sleep data
    • How a hyperloop may change how and why we travel
    • Shale Boom Is Slowing Just When the World Needs Oil Most

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    Daily Digest 9/30 – U.S. Interest Rates ‘Going Negative,’ Email Spoofing Costing Businesses Billions

    by Daily Digest

    Monday, September 30, 2019, 8:00 AM

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    • This upcoming event could turn the market into a ‘minefield,’ says Peter Boockvar
    • Yemen’s Houthi rebels release Saudi attack video
    • Ron Paul: US interest rates are going negative, and the Fed can’t stop it
    • Annual Financial State of the States Report
    • Climate Risk in the Housing Market Has Echoes of Subprime Crisis, Study Finds
    • Your health insurance costs are about to go up in 2020
    • US census data reveals highest foreign-born population share in over a century
    • State Department ratchets up Clinton email probe: report
    • Rudy Giuliani: Trump Is Being “Framed,” This Document Shows Ukrainian Prosecutor Saying Under Oath He Was Fired For Investigating Hunter Biden
    • Spoofing emails: The trickery costing businesses billions
    • New blood test capable of detecting multiple types of cancer
    • Association Between Maternal Fluoride Exposure During Pregnancy and IQ Scores in Offspring in Canada
    • There’s plenty of oil supply, says markets pro
    • Philanthropists raise hundreds of thousands of dollars for groundbreaking Climate Emergency Fund
    • Historic September snowstorm hits Montana as governor declares “winter storm emergency”
    • ‘Revolutionary’ pods finding a new purpose for survivors of brutal disaster

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    Daily Digest 9/28 – The Personal Financial Crisis Explained, A Look at 90 Years of Auto Strikes

    by Daily Digest

    Saturday, September 28, 2019, 7:22 AM

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    • Income inequality in America is at its highest level in more than 50 years
    • Voter support for universal basic income grows: poll
    • U.S. Economy Cools on Consumer Spending, Equipment Orders
    • Imran Khan warns UN of potential nuclear war in Kashmir
    • Military sees frustrating trend as suicides spike
    • An honest look at the personal financial crisis
    • Imran Khan urges UN to intervene in Kashmir dispute, warning of bloodbath and nuclear war
    • China Markets to Test the Risk of Most Extreme U.S. Threat Yet
    • Anti-Defamation League adds 36 new symbols to ‘hate’ database
    • Financial System Disappearing into Black Hole – Egon von Greyerz
    • In California, a ‘surprise’ billing law is protecting patients and angering doctors
    • MSM Defends CIA’s “Whistleblower”, Ignores Actual Whistleblowers
    • Kunstler: A Dumpster Fire on a Garbage Barge
    • Playing with the Facts to Fool the Majority
    • The Attack on the Saudi Oil Infrastructure and the Future of Oil Prices
    • Occupy Detroit: A Look at 90 Years of Auto Strikes
    • ‘What they put on the fields contaminates our water’: Iowa’s pollution problem
    • Climate change could trigger droughts in wheat-growing region
    • Stomp and squish: Pennsylvanians battle ‘nightmare’ bugs
    • First gas station in America to ditch oil for 100% electric vehicle charging opens in Maryland
    • Southern drought deepens; 11 million affected
    • Tree-cutting ban in Southwest forests hurts heating needs
    • EPA tells California it is ‘failing to meet its obligations’ to protect the environment

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