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CNN: Stormy Damiels' lawyer - Cohen Threatening us

Max Keiser Report: Making America Great Again.

Gerald Celente: all Hell Is About

NYT : Your Wednesday Evening - March 7, 2018

  Your Wednesday Evening Briefing By KAREN ZRAICK AND DAVID SCULL Good evening. Here’s the latest. Pool photo by Alex Wong 1. There was furious lobbying in Washington to sway President Trump from his plan to impose new tariffs on steel and aluminum . He’s expected to sign off on the tariffs on Thursday . Foreign governments, businesses and key Republicans all argued against them. But they were left without an important ally after the resignation of Gary Cohn, above, formerly Mr. Trump’s economic adviser. Mr. Cohn’s departure exposed a rift between Mr. Trump and establishment Republicans , and it has Wall Street worried . ____ Jim Wilson/The New York Times 2. “California, we have a problem.” That was Attorney General Jeff Sessions announcing that the Justice Department is suing California over its so-called sanctuary laws. (Those are measures designed to make it more difficult for federal immigration agents to operate the

Al JAZEERA: How are Pashtuns standing up for their rights in Pakistan? Swaps Report Update March 7,2018.

what is the cftc swaps report? On January 1, 2013, certain swap market participants began reporting new and historical swap data to SDRs pursuant to 17 CFR Part 45, and the Commission began the process of analyzing these new data and incorporating them into the CFTC Swaps Report.   The CFTC Swaps Report is designed to be a valuable public service due to its unique combination of data aggregation, free availability, and weekly publication frequency. The CFTC Swaps Report aggregates a comprehensive body of swap market data that was not previously reported to regulators or regulated entities, and makes that information freely available in a form that is readily usable by both market participants and the general public. The swaps market data included in publications produced by entities such as the BIS, ISDA, and the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency vary in scope and granularity, but none corresponds directly to the data stored in the CFTC's SDRs.  

Asia, Europe and U.S. Stock Markets Report on March 7, 2018.

                                                                            ASIA Gary Cohn, metals tariffs and currencies in focus Cheang Ming Asian markets closed lower in choppy Wednesday trade following news that a top Trump economic advisor had resigned. The Nikkei 225 slipped 0.77 percent, or 165.04 points, to close at 21,252.72. The index had pared losses of around 1 percent earlier in the day to hover around the flat line, before sliding once again. The iron and steel sector, which would likely be affected if recently announced tariffs were implemented by the Trump administration, fell by 2.12 percent. South Korea's Kospi shed 0.4 percent to close at 2,401.82 after notching gains earlier in the day. Despite the broader sentiment in the market, heavyweight Samsung Electronics advanced 3.4 percent and SK Hynix edged up 0.36 percent.

CNBC Your Wealth: 42% of Americans may retire broke

Straight talk from the money editor The world is getting older. There are more people age 65 and older than ever before, and these 600 million individuals are placing pressures on established retirement systems. The World Bank estimates that by 2050 the global elder population will grow to 2.1 billion, making retirement security one of the most pressing social issues facing the world in the next 30 years. And sadly, the U.S. is losing ground when it comes to retirement security. Among the leading nations for retirement security, the U.S. ranks #17, according to the 2017 Global Retirement Index. At this rate, retirement is more of a fanta