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Saudi Oil Minister Puts On Brave Face Amid Severe Headwinds: "Eventually, Economic Producers Will Prevail"

As the EM world looks on helplessly while Saudi Arabia’s war with the US shale complex (and, by extension, with the Fed) serves to keep crude prices depressed putting enormous pressure on commodity currencies and accelerating emerging...Show More Summary

How America's "Think Tanks" Are Compromised & Bought Off By Foreign Governments

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, The think tanks do not disclose the terms of the agreements they have reached with foreign governments. And they have not registered with the United States government as representatives...Show More Summary

An Up Close And Personal Look At The Russian Firepower Being Deployed In Syria

As Moscow’s air campaign in Syria enters its sixth day, both the West and The Kremlin have put their respective media propaganda machines into overdrive. In many respects, the geopolitical stakes for both sides are the highest they’ve been in decades. Show More Summary

Oct 6 - Fed's Rosengren: Door Still Open For 2015 Fed Rate Hike

Follow The Market Madness with Voice and Text on FinancialJuice EMOTION MOVING MARKETS NOW: 33/100 FEAR PREVIOUS CLOSE: 20/100 EXTREME FEAR ONE WEEK AGO: 12/100 EXTREME FEAR ONE MONTH AGO: 10/100 EXTREME FEAR ONE YEAR AGO: 5/100 EXTREME...Show More Summary

Nomi Prins: How Trump Became Trump And What That Means For The Rest Of Us

Authored by Nomi Prins via, Trumpocrisy The Donald’s Finances and the Art of Ignoring Conflicts and Contradictions The 2016 election campaign is certainly a billionaire’s playground when it comes to “establishment candidates” like Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush who cater to mega-donors and use their money to try to rally party bases. Show More Summary

Syria Ground War Imminent? U.S. Accuses Russia Of Launching Syrian Land Campaign

While the US was been surprised and angered by the stunningly fast turn of events in Syria where in the span of less than a month Russia unleashed a massive, Syria-based airborne campaign against what it says are ISIS terrorists, even...Show More Summary

The Window Has Closed On The Fed

Submitted by Lance Roberts via STA Wealth Management, Earlier this year I wrote two articles about the Fed's ability to hike interest rates this year. (see "Fed At Risk Of Missing Window To Hike Rates" and "The Window Continues To Close.")...Show More Summary

DuPont Stock Soars After CEO Quits And Company Slashes Q3 EPS Guidance By Nearly 50%

Several months ago activist Nelson Peltz may lost his proxy fight against DuPont, but in retrospect he may be counting his lucky stars as moments ago the company became only the latest chemical giant to admit the gruesome reality ofShow More Summary

Biggest Short Squeeze In 4 Years Leads To Longest Winning Streak Of 2015

Everything must be awesome, right!!! This 5-day run is even bigger than the ramp off the October 2014 Bullard lows... This is the biggest 2-day short-squeeze since October 2011 (the last time the market squeezed like this was after the Black Monday plunge... Show More Summary

Here's What Real Americans Think Of "Our Hero" Bernanke

Submitted by Mike Krieger via Liberty Blitzkrieg blog, There’s nothing like the comment section when it comes to Federal Reserve propaganda in the editorial pages of the Wall Street Journal. Liberty Blitzkrieg readers will remember the...Show More Summary

Morgan Stanley Predicts Up To A 25% Collapse in Q3 FICC Revenue

With the third quarter earnings season on deck, in which S&P500 EPS are now expected to post a 5.1% decline (versus a forecast -1.0% decline as of three months ago), it is common knowledge that the biggest culprit will be Energy companies, currently expected to suffer a 65% Y/Y collapse in EPS. Show More Summary

Bad News Piles On For Hedge Fund Hotel SunEdison: First $315MM Margin Call, Now Mass Layoffs

It has been a long way up and quick ride down for SunEdison but bad news keeps piling up for the hedge fund hotel even as it dead-cat-bounces again. As the stock bounces, just as it bounced in September after Steve Cohen's Point72 exposed their stake and JPM jumped to the rescue, uncertainty remains extreme. Show More Summary


Submitted by Howard Kunstler via, "Senior administration officials say the new offensive holds promise and may change the dynamics on the ground." - The New York Times Whew... That’s reassuring. Finally, a Middle East policy you can believe in. Show More Summary

It Doesn't Matter (Until It Does)

Stairways.. and Elevators... Source: Jason B. Leach

What Will Happen To Oil Prices When China Fills Its SPR?

Submitted by Ryan Opsal via, The available information on China’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve is a mess. The data is sparse, infrequent, and contradictory, which is something one might expect from a strategic sector originating in China. Show More Summary

The Fed is Out of Ammo… and Options

The Fed missed its chance. Truth be told, the Fed should have raised rates in 2011 or 2012. Even if the Fed had an excuse not to at those times, it should have hiked them in April 2014, when the US economy hit its unemployment rate target of 6.5% (assuming this number is correct). Show More Summary

The Bond Market Isn't Buying The Euphoria In These Ten Stocks

While the ongoing cruciVIXion unleashed by the renewal of hopes for more easing by the ECB and BOJ as a result of the latest global economic swoon, coupled with the confirmation of a US slowdown which has pushed the Fed's rate hike into...Show More Summary

Peak Manipulation: Resorting To Contradictory Headlines To Lift Stocks

When stocks absolutely and completely have to go up, there is only one thing for it: the spurious headline from Nikkei (aka the new owner of the Financial Times). It is 2am in Japan but still, after Thursday's headline that: BOJ IS SAID...Show More Summary

Lashed To The Zero Bound - The Fed's Ship Of Fools

Submitted by David Stockman via Contra Corner blog, If you don’t think financial markets have been utterly destroyed by central bank intrusion then how can you explain Friday’s 460 Dow point reversal higher after the post-NFP low? It was pure machine rage triggered by another implied “lower for longer” Fed policy signal. Show More Summary

Central Banks Now In "Dangerous Situation": "You've Thrown The Kitchen Sink At It, What's Next?"

When both Europe and Japan slipped back into deflation despite trillions in central bank stimulus, it served notice that what developed market central planners are doing simply isn’t working. That is, the idea that ZIRP, NIRP, and endless...Show More Summary

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