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Daily Digest 10/26 - Bad Loan Charges To Hit Singapore Banks, Housing Bubble Different Than 2008 But Equally Scary

Wednesday, October 26, 2016, 8:36 AM
  • Bad Loan Charges to Hit Singapore's Three Biggest Banks
  • Weak South African Economy Muddies Budget as Downgrade Looms
  • Canada's Record Household Debt Is Threatening Its Financial Stability
  • As Europe and Asia hoard cash, economists see echoes of crisis
  • Ratings Inflation Is Back, Subprime Style
  • This Housing Bubble Is Different Than 2008, But Equally As Scary
  • Bank of Canada: rate cut would bring unconventional tools closer
  • BOJ official says new policy is not firm target for yields: Nikkei
  • Swiss cenbank could cut rates more if needed - SNB's Jordan
  • Saudi Bond Sale Spurs Gulf Borrowing to Record With More to Come
  • Austria’s 70-Year Debt Sale Expands Europe’s Ultra-Long Universe
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Daily Digest 10/25 - Ratings Inflation Is Back, Who Controls The Internet?

Tuesday, October 25, 2016, 8:43 AM
  • Ratings Inflation Is Back, Subprime Style
  • What We Know About Friday’s Massive East Coast Internet Outage
  • Who Controls The Internet? Ted Cruz's Fantasy vs. Reality
  • Obamacare premiums to increase 25 percent in 2017 – White House
  • How drugs intended for patients ended up in the hands of illegal users: ‘No one was doing their job’
  • How Virtual Reality Could Reshape The Energy Sector
  • Resettling China’s ‘Ecological Migrants’
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Daily Digest 10/24 - Lessons Of The East Coast Cyberattack, Canadian Mining's Dark Heart

Monday, October 24, 2016, 4:06 PM
  • The Lessons of the East Coast Cyberattack
  • Hacked Cameras, DVRs Powered Today’s Massive Internet Outage
  • Bundesbank Confirms HFTs Reduce Liquidity, Contribute To Flash Crashes, Withdraw At Times Of "Market Stress"
  • The 2016 Election: Hold Your Nose and Vote
  • Canadian Mining's Dark Heart
  • How security flaws in voting machines could discredit election results
  • The $1.7 Trillion Oil Industry Isn’t Going Anywhere
  • Research Shows That Life on Alien Planets Could Survive Without a Sun
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Daily Digest 10/23 - The Veins Of America, Go Outside To Rescue Democracy

Sunday, October 23, 2016, 12:04 PM
  • To Rescue Democracy, Go Outside
  • Thousands of California soldiers forced to repay enlistment bonuses a decade after going to war
  • When The Safety Net Doesn't Catch You
  • Here comes the Royal Navy: World's most advanced destroyer HMS Duncan goes on the trail of Putin's ships ... as Russia says UK has overreacted to the fleet lurking off British coast
  • The Inversion Of Influence
  • How Kudzu, “The Vine that Ate the South,” Put Southern Agriculture on the Skids
  • The veins of America: Stunning map shows every river basin in the U.S.
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Daily Digest 10/22 - Ugly Year For Tech Layoffs, A Kink In The Hyperloop

Saturday, October 22, 2016, 11:07 AM
  • Janet Yellen could be on the verge of starting a 'civil war' at the Fed
  • Analyst: Ugly Year for Tech Layoffs, and It’s Going to Get Worse
  • Duterte aligns Philippines with China, says U.S. has lost
  • A New Era of Internet Attacks Powered by Everyday Devices
  • Bernie Looks Ahead
  • A Kink In The Hyperloop
  • New Documentary “Peter And The Farm” Shows The Brutal Beauty of Farming 
  • Spoiler Alert: Hundreds of Stars Have “Strange, Alien Signals”
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Daily Digest 10/21 - Good News Friday: Gold’s Secular Bull Market Continues, The Virtue Of The Educated Voter

Friday, October 21, 2016, 1:10 PM
  • The Virtue Of An Educated Voter
  • Work Feels Better If You're Part Of A Team
  • How we reconstruct our evolutionary past
  • Gold’s Secular Bull Market Continues – 50 Amazing Charts
  • New Process Discovered to Convert CO2 to Ethanol
  • Finalists in the 2016 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards
  • 8 Fall-Blooming Flowers Friendly to Bees, Birds, and Butterflies
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Daily Digest 10/20 - Saudis And China Dump Treasuries, What Happens When The Electricity Goes Off?

Thursday, October 20, 2016, 9:47 AM
  • Russia to respond to any new US sanctions with ‘painful’ measures – deputy FM
  • Saudis, China Dump Treasuries; Foreign Central Banks Liquidate A Record $346 Billion In US Paper
  • The Warnings of a New World War
  • Yellen & Co.’s $13 Trillion Stimulus Boon Just Keeps Giving
  • Don't Overlook Russia
  • Silver, Debt, and Deficits – From an Election Year Perspective
  • What Happens When the Electricity Is Off for Three Days?
  • Tesla, Apple and Uber Push Lithium Prices Even Higher
  • Tesla bans customers from using autonomous cars to earn money ride-sharing
  • Before You Head to the Polls, Find Out Where Congress Stands on Food Issues
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Daily Digest 10/19 - IL Pension Debt Heavily Underestimated, U.S. Has Its Own ‘Oil Curse’

Wednesday, October 19, 2016, 10:24 AM
  • Obamacare rates to jump 16.7% in Michigan despite state scrutiny
  • Oil industry needs $10 trillion to meet coming demand, says OPEC’s Barkindo
  • How some of the most vulnerable student loan borrowers are set up to fail
  • Budget plan shows Spain may need cuts to meet 2017 deficit target
  • The U.S. has its own ‘oil curse’
  • Poland Seeks to Lock in Low Yields With First 30-Year Eurobond
  • Report: Illinois’ pension debt heavily underestimated
  • Venezuela's PDVSA Sows Payment Doubts While Extending Swap
  • Russia Rushes $13 Billion Debt Relief as Defense Strains Budget
  • Zero-Yield Bonds Shunned as Untouchables by BBVA Private Banker
  • Japan finance institutions face huge losses on government bonds if yields rise
  • Central Bankers Rejoice: There Are Signs That Inflation Is Actually Arriving
  • China Sept new yuan loans surge to 1.22 trillion yuan, well above forecasts
  • China Credit Surge Fuels Economic Stabilization, Debt Concerns
  • Goldman says U.S. bondholders risk a $1.1-trillion hit if rates spike
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Daily Digest 10/18 - Financial Repression Now In Play, End Is Near For Cheap NJ Gas

Tuesday, October 18, 2016, 10:09 AM
  • Financial Repression Is Now "In Play"
  • A recession is coming — so hide in gold, says influential investor Raoul Pal
  • How Putin Won Crimea And Lost Ukraine
  • The U.S. Has Been Meddling In Other Countries’ Elections For A Century. It Doesn’t Feel Good.
  • New Jersey Is Known for Cheap Gas. The Glory Days Are About to End.
  • Why Algeria Will Be A Key Part Of Any OPEC Deal
  • Second generation EM drive is just around the corner, patent made public on Friday
  • British conspiracy theorist, 39, is found dead on a sofa in Poland, days after texting: 'If anything happens to me, investigate'
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Daily Digest 10/17 - TX Making Energy Recovery, RT Accounts Blocked In UK

Monday, October 17, 2016, 10:59 AM
  • RT's Bank Accounts Blocked In The UK; Russia Foreign Ministry Slams RBS' Decision
  • The World’s Most Dangerous Systemic Risks for the Week Ending October 14
  • Executive Order -- Coordinating Efforts to Prepare the Nation for Space Weather Events
  • The Best Days to Trade Stocks
  • Ever Ask Yourself, "What Does It Really Mean?"
  • Texas Is Making An Energy Recovery
  • Tesla, Panasonic deepen ties with tentative solar panel manufacturing agreement
  • How the Chemical Industry Joined the Fight Against Climate Change