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Feb 21, 2016

RT Max Keiser Report - Ugly-To-The-Bone Economy (Episode (877) - originally Posted on February 18, 2016.

Keiser Report: Ugly-to-the-Bone Economy (Episode 877)


Published on Feb 18, 2016
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In this episode of the Keiser Report, Max Keiser and Stacy Herbert ask what Dorothy Parker would say about the ugly-to-the-bone economy. They look at the ‘ugly three’ - debt too high, productivity too low, and policy room for maneuver too limited - and the ‘not good’ industrial numbers in Europe. In the second half, Max continues his interview with Mitch Feierstein of about the attempt to taper a ponzi, Hillary Clinton’s Lloyd Blankfein connection, and the latest on the race to be the next president of the United States.

Gerald Celente - Trends in The News - "Market Woes, Gold Glows" (2/18/2016).

Gerald Celente - Trends In The News - "Market Woes, Gold Glows" - (2/18/2016

Gerald Celente

The Economist | Politics & Business This Week.

Politics this week
A federal judge in California ordered Apple to help unlock the iPhone used by one of the Islamists who attacked an office party in San Bernardino last December, killing 14 people. The FBI wants Apple to disable the password feature. But the company is not complying, arguing that building the software to unlock the phone “would undeniably create a backdoor” to its encryption protocols and give the government “power to reach into anyone’s device to capture their data ”

Business this week
Saudi Arabia and Russia said they would freeze oil production at January’s levels in an effort to boost prices, which fell to below $30 a barrel last month. It was the first pact between OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers for 15 years, but it is contingent upon other large suppliers agreeing to do the same

GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH - February 21, 2016: Douglas Pollit Just 30 Tonnes of Gold Can Be trublesome These Days.

Submitted by cpowell on Sunday, February 21, 2016February 21, 2016

In his firm's market letter for February, Douglas Pollitt of Pollitt & Co. in Toronto notes what seem to be much tighter conditions in the market for physical gold and remarks that an order for even 30 tonnes of metal can seem troublesome these days.