Tag Archives: Spending

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    Daily Digest 3/18 – ‘No Cause For Panic’ In Cyprus, Disease Threatens Aquaculture

    by DailyDigest

    Monday, March 18, 2013, 2:03 PM

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    • Wakeup Call From Cyprus To The Rest Of The World
    • With Regard to the Cyprus Bank Deposit Confiscations: Is Nothing Sacred?
    • No Cause For Panic
    • Wall Street: $474 Million, Detroit: $0
    • Tax Credits or Spending? Labels, but in Congress, Fighting Words
    • Federal government to announce plan to increase tanker safety
    • MIT Develops Meltdown-Proof, Nuclear Waste-Eating Reactor
    • Disease threatens aquaculture in developing world

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    Daily Digest 2/18 – The Budget For Dummies, Unrest in Bahrain, No Net Energy in Colorado Shale Oil

    by DailyDigest

    Friday, February 18, 2011, 3:51 PM

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    • The Budget For Dummies
    • America’s Budget: The Latest Cop-Out
    • House Spending Impasse Raises Risk of Shutdown
    • Fandango Thursday – Does Anything Really Matter?
    • Bahrain Killings Bring Mid-East Turmoil To Epicentre Of World Oil Supply
    • Colorado Shale Oil Contains No Net Energy
    • Recycled Shopping Bags To Save Suburbs?
    • Chevron: Monster Or Victim?

    Follow our steps to prepare for a world after peak oil, such as how to store & filter water

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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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    No Raise, Fewer Jobs, Less Dividends, Less Credit = No Economic Growth.

    by Chris Martenson

    Thursday, April 9, 2009, 4:34 PM

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    Note: This blog post is a bit longer than usual…in it I add up the cumulative impacts of changes in income and credit on the overall economy.

    Much is being trumpeted by the government and the press about “the bottom being in” and that a recovery is right around the corner. The recent stock market gains are being used as a primary source of evidence for this idea.

    But is the stock market a good indicator of anything? We might note, somewhat critically, that the stock market did a terrible job of predicting the downturn (see below) and wonder why it should be any better at predicting the recovery.

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    Daily Digest – Feb 14

    by Davos

    Saturday, February 14, 2009, 1:49 AM

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    • Fed Chief’s Boyhood Home Is Sold After Foreclosure
    • Signposts Towards The Inevitable
    • Moody’s AAA Breakdown (Chart)
    • Moody’s The United States is Resilient…Not Resistant to Downturn
    • U.S. Debt Default, Dollar Collapse Altogether Likely
    • Large U.S. banks on brink of insolvency, experts say
    • Four U.S. Banks Seized, Bringing Total for Year to 13
    • Yves, Nationalization (CNN Video)
    • No one read this $787,000,000,000.00 Bill (Video)
    • John Williams, Shadow Stats WSJ: Inflation (2:38 Minute Point, $100 as toilet paper)
    • More…

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