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Sep 13, 2015

FT China´s Capital Flight Explained

GATA Chairman Discusses Surreptitious Intervention in Markets by Government, Mike Kosares: Reflections in a Golden Eye, Once Booming, Nevada Gold Output Falls to 1988 Level: GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH - September 13, 2015.

GATA chairman discusses surreptitious intervention in markets by government

Submitted by cpowell on  September 13, 2015 Sunday, September 13, 2015

GATA Chairman Bill Murphy, interviewed this week by Dunagun Kaiser of Reluctant Preppers, discusses the counterintuitive developments in the financial markets, including gold and silver, that are likely caused by surreptitious government intervention. The interview is 17 minutes long and can be heard at You Tube here:

NYT Today's Top Headlines - September 13, 2015: Top News: Eastern Bloc's Resistance to Refugees Highlights Europe's Cultural and Political Divisions

The New York Times

Sunday, September 13, 2015

 
Top News
Officers pursued a migrant who crossed into Hungary on Saturday. The nation is resisting the influx of migrants.
Eastern Bloc's Resistance to Refugees Highlights Europe's Cultural and Political Divisions

By RICK LYMAN

Eastern Europe's resistance to taking in migrants is the latest evidence of the stubborn cultural and political divides that persist between East and West.
Airstrikes Take Toll on Civilians in Yemen War

By KAREEM FAHIM

A Saudi-led aerial campaign against the Houthis, a rebel militia movement, has become so broad and vicious that critics accuse the coalition of collectively punishing people living in areas the Houthis control.
A recent rally for Donald J. Trump in Greenville, S.C.
Gloomy Republican Campaigns Leave Behind Reagan Cheer

By JEREMY W. PETERS

Damning assessments of the country's condition have become an especially powerful part of the message sounded by several Republicans seeking their party's nomination for the presidency. 


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