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Jan 17, 2016

RT Max keiser Report: Class , Financial Warfare (E863) - Originally Published on January 16, 2016.


Keiser Report: Class, Financial Warfare (E863)

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Published on Jan 16, 2016
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Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert discuss the geniuses calling for World War III, while the debt refugees caused by the financial and class war raging in the economy swamp the global financial markets with volatility and instability. In the second half, Max interviews Reggie Middleton about Pathogenic Finance: The autonomous, anti-fragile, trustless paradigm shift transforming banking, brokerage, securities and insurance.

Gerald Celente - Trends In The News: Economic Panic? No....





Gerald Celente - Trends In The News.

Gerald Celente

Published on Jan 16, 2016
"How the big cats on Wall Street are blaming China and oil prices for lackluster reports, BP/Petrobras slash jobs as oil falls towards $30 and Obama says “anyone claiming America’s economy is in decline is peddling fiction”.

NYT | First Draft on PoLitics - January 17, 2016: Follow Live as The Times Covers Tonight's Democratic Debate.

Sunday, January 17, 2016

The New York Times


The New York Times

Sunday, January 17, 2016

Follow live as The Times covers tonight's Democratic debate
By FIRST DRAFT
Welcome to debate night.
Join us at around 9 p.m. as Nick Confessore, Maggie Haberman, Alan Rappeport and our fact-check team provide live analysis of the first Democratic presidential debate in 2016 (it's the fourth so far).
Hillary Clinton, Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont and Martin O'Malley will participate. Two weeks before the Iowa caucus, the race there has tightened significantly and the bickering between Mr. Sanders and Mrs. Clinton, whose campaign, some of her aides said, underestimated the threat from Mr. Sanders, has also reached new levels. Tonight's debate could be fiestier than previous exchanges.
Here's how to watch and here is a look at who has been standing in as Mrs. Clinton in Mr. Sanders's debate preparations.

The Guardian |World | Australia | Australia News - December 17, 2016: Don't Get Too Excited About The Cooling Housing Market – The Cost of loans Is Skyrocketing by Greg Jericho

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Greg Jericho
 
Along with the news last week that Australian households are now the most indebted in the world came the release of the latest housing finance figures. They showed that in the past six months a great turnaround in the Australian housing market has occurred. After a boom fuelled mostly on the back of investors, owner-occupiers are now the leaders. This change has precipitated somewhat of a cooling of the housing market but for owner-occupiers, the cost of taking out a home loan continues to rise at a startling pace.

The Guardian | Business | Markets | Chinese Economy - January 17, 2016: Australian Shares Braced For More Pain With Chinese Growth Expected To Dip

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Martin Farrer
 
Stock markets around the world are braced for another turbulent week with key Chinese economic data, tumbling oil prices and a US public holiday all adding to the uncertainty.

The Guardian | World | Afica | Burkina Faso Update - January 17, 2016: Burkina Faso Kidnapping Leaves Ken and Jocelyn Elliot's Family in Dark

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Ben Doherty
 
The family of Ken and Jocelyn Elliot, the elderly Australians kidnapped by al-Qaida-linked extremists in Burkina Faso, say they have no idea where the couple is or why they were taken.
Dr Ken Elliot, a surgeon, and his wife Jocelyn, both aged in their 80s, have worked in Djibo, near Burkina Faso’s border with Mali, for more than 40 years. It is believed they were kidnapped by jihadists from the al-Qaida-linked Emirate of the Sahara late on Friday.