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    Daily Digest 7/12 – Shooting The Messengers, Unraveling The Secrets Of A Bee’s Buzz

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    Friday, July 12, 2013, 3:21 PM

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    • Market Moves Ahead Should be Good for Gold, Bad for US Dollar
    • Analysis: Fed mulls adjusting its tune to quell jittery markets
    • A Climate Of Change
    • Shooting The Messengers
    • Consumer Frugality Adds to Woes in France
    • Leaner BP Blanches at Bill for Cleanup
    • More Signs of ‘Peak Us’ in New Study of ‘Peak Oil Demand’
    • Unraveling the Pollinating Secrets of a Bee’s Buzz 

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    Off the Cuff: Living in Denial

    More than an Egyptian pun
    by Adam Taggart

    Thursday, July 4, 2013, 6:25 PM

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    In this week's Off the Cuff podcast, Chris and Mish discuss:

    • Egypt's Example
      • What happens once a nation overshoots its resources
    • Europe Smoldering
      • Predicting which match will cause the explosion 
    • Living in Denial
      • Current "all is well" meme will doom both markets & policy
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    Daily Digest 4/17 – Cyprus Braces For Russian Exodus, Half NYC Workforce On Food Stamps

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    Wednesday, April 17, 2013, 6:37 PM

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    • Ohio’s $500 Billion Oil Dream Fades as Drillers Misjudge: Energy
    • Cyprus braces for Russian cash exodus
    • Italy May Cut $6.6 Billion in Defense Spending This Year
    • Detroit's encroaching blight as seen through Google and Bing maps
    • Smithsonian to close galleries due to budget cuts
    • Three-fold increase in demand for Gold: Jewellers
    • Bailouts push German debt to new record
    • Italy's temporary layoff scheme runs out of cash, sparks protests
    • Almost half of NYC workforce on food stamps
    • Let them eat vegetables: Egypt's wheat farmers hit hard by diesel price hikes
    • South Korea Proposes $15.3 Billion Stimulus Budget
    • EU warns of budget constraints as Cyprus seeks more aid

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  • Blog

    Daily Digest 2/23 – States Seek Ways To Solve Budget Woes, Debt Relief In Egypt?, The Rising Cost Of Everything

    by saxplayer00o1

    Wednesday, February 23, 2011, 3:48 PM

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    • California Fees Boost Traffic Fines To Aid Budget
    • Detroit Ordered to Close Half Its Public Schools Amid Budget Crisis
    • States Ignored Warnings On Unemployment Insurance
    • Wisconsin Governor Warns Of Layoffs
    • Portugal’s Debt D-Day Nears
    • Russia May Extend Grain Export Ban: Minister
    • Wisconsin Labor Fight Spreads to Ohio, Oklahoma and Indiana
    • Gaddafi orders oil sabotage, source tells Time columnist
    • Treasury Tools Less Effective as Debt Limit Nears
    • Egypt Seeking Debt Relief From European Union
    • “I Won’t Pay” Movement Grips Debt-Ridden Greece
    • Uninsured’s Numbers Surge During Recession
    • NWS Could Be Cut
    • VF Corp To Raise Prices
    • Big Airlines Try To Raise Fares Again
    • Hormel Raising Prices
    • Cost Of … Everything … About To Go Up
    • Parking Prices Going Up With New Meters
    • Beachgoers burning mad over looming parking fees
    • Major Fee Increase Proposed For DMV Business
    • Brazil Central Bank Sold $848.2M In Reverse Swap Contracts
    • Adams ‘Dismisses’ Irish IMF Obligations
    • Seafood Sellers Say Prices Are on the Rise

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  • Blog

    Egypt’s Warning: Are You Listening?

    by Chris Martenson

    Wednesday, February 9, 2011, 7:54 PM

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    One day, a fruit and vegetable seller was arrested in Tunisia, sparking social unrest, and a few weeks later the government of Egypt was set to topple. 

    Such is the nature of complex, chaotic, and unpredictable systems. The stresses build for years and years, and nothing really seems to be happening, but then everything suddenly changes. Egypt is therefore emblematic of what we might expect in any complex system in which pressures are building, such as the US Treasury market.  

    Can events in complex systems ever be predicted? No…and yes. No, because the precise timing and details can never be predicted. Yes, because we can be certain that anything that is unsustainable will someday cease to continue and things that are horribly imbalanced will someday topple. We can also be certain that the change, when it comes, will be rather sudden and abrupt, rather than gentle and linear.

    That is, we can easily predict that a complex system will shift, and that it will probably do so rapidly, but not exactly when or by how much.

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  • Blog

    Daily Digest 2/2 – $100/Barrel Oil, Commodities Overtake Stocks & Bonds, US Jobless Rate Likely to Stay High

    by saxplayer00o1

    Wednesday, February 2, 2011, 4:00 PM

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    • Bridgestone Raises Truck Tire Prices (12%)
    • Libya Welcomes $100 A Barrel Oil
    • Fed’s Hoenig Says QE3 “May Get Discussed”
    • Bernanke and Ethanol Sink Egypt
    • Commodities Overtake Stocks, Bonds After Two-Day Gain
    • Bill Would Give SC Medicaid Doctors Less Money
    • Medicaid Cuts Could Force Hundreds Of Texas Nursing Homes To Close
    • Preckwinkle Proposes More Than 1,000 Layoffs In County
    • Dayton: Cuts Will Have ‘Devastating Effects’ On Poorest Minnesotans
    • Detroit Public Library’s ‘Unprecedented’ Fiscal Crisis Could Mean Closures, Layoffs
    • Nothing Off Limits On OPS Budget
    • Wisconsin Could Face $340 Million Budget Shortfall
    • End of the Road For Idaho Bridges?
    • Cleveland Fed: US Jobless Rate Likely To Stay High

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  • Blog

    Daily Digest 2/1 – Cuomo’s War on ‘Permanent’ Spending Increases, Construction Spending Low, Looking for ‘Speedups’

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    Tuesday, February 1, 2011, 4:00 PM

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    • Andrew Cuomo Launches War on ‘Permanent’ Spending Increases
    • Monday – Mubarak’s Mood May Move Morning Markets
    • Muni Madness: David Walker Says “Yes” to Bankruptcies, “No” to Bailouts
    • When Will The Recession End? Part 139 Russia Admits It’s Dead And Falling Apart
    • Guest Post: The Road to Madness Is Paved With $100 Bills
    • Construction Spending in U.S. Unexpectedly Fell to Decade Low
    • Steve Case: Looking for ‘Speedups,’ Not Just Startups

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    Daily Digest 1/31 – New Era of Global Food Revolutions, Consumer Spending, Irish Central Bank Lowers Growth Forecast

    by DailyDigest

    Monday, January 31, 2011, 4:00 PM

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    • Egypt And Tunisia Usher In The New Era Of Global Food Revolutions
    • Mauldin: A Bubble in Complacency
    • What Happens Next: The US Consumer Sector Gets Crushed
    • The 5 Black Swans That Keep Dylan Grice Up At Night… And How To Hedge Against Them All
    • Consumer Spending in U.S. Rose More Than Estimated
    • Euro Rises Versus Dollar as Inflation Accelerates; Canadian Dollar Climbs
    • Irish Central Bank Lowers Growth Forecast for 2011

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    Daily Digest 1/30 – Export Land Model Analysis, China Bank Pledges Vigilance, Egypt Unrest Sparks Canal Concerns

    by DailyDigest

    Sunday, January 30, 2011, 4:00 PM

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    • A Tangled Mess – Why Oil Mixes With Gold
    • Davos: Two Worlds, Ready Or Not
    • An Export Land Model Analysis for the USA-Part2
    • Jim Rickards Podcast: Senior Managing Director for Market Intelligence at Omnis, Inc
    • China Central Bank Pledges Vigilance
    • Saudi Arabian Stocks Tumble Most in Eight Months as Egyptians Defy Curfew
    • Tankers Gain As Egypt Unrest Sparks Concerns About Suez Canal

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    Daily Digest 1/29 – Disney Insider Trading, Market Falls as Egypt Unrest Continues, Banks Bundled ‘Deficient’ Loans

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    Saturday, January 29, 2011, 4:00 PM

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    • The Big Squeeze, Part 2: Abused Fundamentals and Fake Markets: How They Play Out
    • Thank GDP It’s Friday!
    • Welcome, ‘Peak Oil’
    • Disney Inside Trading Schemer Gets Prison
    • U.S. Stock Market Falls As Egypt Unrest Continues
    • Banks Accepted And Bundled ‘Deficient’ Loans
    • Secret to Bank’s Comeback: A Rich Uncle Named Sam

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