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    The Trouble with Numbers

    Our 'good' data worsens the closer we look
    by Chris Martenson

    Tuesday, June 10, 2014, 4:06 PM

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    According to the ever-strident popular press, the world is in recovery. The stock market says so, the bond market says so, and the politicians and monetary bureaucrats all say so.

    The only trouble is the central banks continue to flood the world with liquidity, something they shouldn't need to be doing if a true recovery were really upon us.

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    Daily Digest – Jan 20

    by Davos

    Tuesday, January 20, 2009, 12:18 AM

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    • Did Inflation Really Dry Up Last Year?
    • Global Banking Sector Struggles
    • YTD Job Losses (2009 Chart)
    • Worst Performing S&P 500 Stocks (YTD 2009 Table)
    • NOVEMBER LOWS — BACK SO SOON
    • Jan. 1934: The Gold Reserve Act (Video is slow if you let it play and then replay it it works great)
    • Volker Recommendations FINANCIAL REFORM A Framework for Financial Stability
    • EU Recession Gets "Official" Status
    • Brazil loses 654,000 jobs in December amid crisis
    • MSNBC Warren Buffett Interview (Video Economy/Obama)
    • The Next Threat To The Financial System: Corporate Default
    • Spending the Deficit 
    • Bush’s Economic "Legacy" (Bloomberg Video)
    • Financial Sense News Hour 12/20/2008, 3rd Hour Year End Review (Possible Repost, Very Good)

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