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May 30, 2016

WSJ | Forex Closing on May 30th., 2016.

The Wall Street Journal Forex Closing
Major Currencies
Monday, May 30, 2016

NYT | Opinion Pages | OP - ED Columnist - May 30th., 2016, by Paul Krugman: Feel Math

Paul Krugman
This is my fifth presidential campaign as a New York Times columnist, so I’ve watched a lot of election coverage, and I came into this cycle prepared for the worst. Or so I thought.

The Guardian | World | Australian Business - May 30th, 2016: Lawyers at 20 Paces as ANZ Faces $2.5bn Claim from Indian Socialite Couple

Calla Wahlquist
In a commercial courtroom on the third floor of the Victorian supreme court complex, lawyers are feasting.

The Guardian | Opinion | EU Referendum - May 30th, 2016: This EU Referendum Debate is Farcical. No Wonder I'am Still Undecided, by Suzanne Moore
Suzanne Moore
This EU referendum is a serious business, one of the most serious decisions that we will be asked to make in our lifetimes, but there is something profoundly unserious and unreal about what is going on. Sometimes the debate is simply grim, sometimes it’s farcical. Quite honestly I have seen rap battles that involve less daft posturing.

GATA | THE GATA DISPATCH on May 30th, 2016: Ronan Manly: London Precious Metals Clearing's Objective is Ignorance.

Submitted by cpowell on May 30, 2016Monday, May 30, 2016

Gold researcher Ronan Manly today examines London Precious Metals Clearing Ltd., a conglomerate of the major gold-trading institutions in London, and concludes that its objective is to keep the world ignorant of the manipulation of the price of the monetary metal.

European Markets at Close Report by CNBC on May 30th., 2016: European Stocks Close Higher, DAX Hits 1 Month High.

Arjun Kharpal
European markets closed higher on Monday after hints from the U.S. Federal Reserve's Janet Yellen and James Bullard about when the Fed might next raise interest rates.

Bloomberg View - May 30, 2016: European Money Doesn't Like Greece.
Mark Whitehouse
Greece and its creditors may have averted a crisis by agreeing on the release of another dose of bailout money, but the deal does little to address a deeper problem: Europeans still don't want to put their money there.

Asian Markets at Close Report, by MafrketWatch on May 30, 2016: Nikkei Shoots Up 1.4% After Yellen Comments Trigger Yen Weakness.
Chao Deng
Stocks in Japan surged to a one-month high and led most Asian shares up on Monday, as the Japanese yen weakened and investors assessed the latest comments from U.S. Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen.