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EU: How To Stop Mass-Migration From Africa? Bring Everyone To Europe!
Authored by Judith Bergman via The Gatestone Institute, While the focus on illegal migration remains, the original goal of stopping African citizens from migrating into Europe appears to have been lost entirely. Instead, the declaration pronounces African legal migration to be a positive thing, even stressing the beneficial idea of migration of certain groups, such…
There Are 101 Americans With Over $1 Million In Student Loans
Astronomically high college tuition facilitated by a bottomless ocean of student loans has saddled Americans with a record $1.48 trillion in non-dischargeable debt – an amount which has more than doubled since the 2009 lows. As we reported in January, nearly 40% of student loans taken out in 2004 are projected to default by 2023 according to the Brookings institute. While in March we noted that debt-laden millennials were set back an average…
Crude Oil: Intermediate Decline Starting?
Price down sharply Friday due to possible OPEC production increase. Crude is badly overdue a proper intermediate decline. Maybe it's oil's turn (as … The post <b>Crude Oil</b>: Intermediate Decline Starting? appeared first on crude-oil.news.
The End Of Stimulus? (And The Start Of The Crash?)
Authored by Chris Martenson via PeakProsperity.com, Back in January of 2016 we saw what appeared to be, and in my opinion should have been, the end of the Everything Bubble blown by the word’s central banking cartel. The carnage started in the emerging markets. Highly-leveraged positions and carry trades began to unwind. That’s a fancy way of…
Inside The “New” Starbucks: Blood-Spattered Walls, Workers Pricked By Needles And More
Starbucks is having a terrible time adapting to its new “inclusive” public restroom policy, as employees contend with blood spattered walls, used drug needles, and face-melting waftings from deuce-dropping vagrants filling the store. Oh, and all that was happening before the new homeless shelter bathroom policy. One current barista in New York City said drug use in the bathrooms is…
Top Restructuring Banker: “We’re All Feeling Like Where We Were Back In 2007”
There is a group of bankers for whom “better” means “worse” for everyone else: we are talking, of course, about restructuring bankers who advising companies with massive debt veering toward bankruptcy, or once in it, how to exit from the clutches of Chapter 11, and who – like the IMF, whose chief Christine Lagarde recently…
Kim Jong-Un Holds Surprise Second Summit With South Korea President Moon
North Korea’s president Kim Jong Un held a surprise two-hour second summit with South Korean President Moon Jae-in at the truce village of Panmunjom on Saturday afternoon to pave way for a summit between North Korea and the United States. The South Korean presidential office said the two leaders met at the DPRK side of…
Supply-Side Shock: Norwegian Salmon Prices Are Going Wild
Norwegian salmon spot prices just tagged a historical high as faltering supply combines with increasing global demand. This has unleashed a perfect storm sending prices above a multi-year neckline of NOK 70 (€7.48/$8.66), and tagged fresh highs around NOK 80 (€8.40/$9.90) — however, this price surge is not sustainable and unlikely to last for long,…
Raúl Ilargi Meijer: This Is The End Of The Euro
Authored by Raúl Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog, The Spanish government is about to fall after the Ciudadanos party decided to join PSOE (socialist) and Podemos in a non-confidence vote against PM Rajoy. Hmm, what would that mean for the Catalan politicians Rajoy is persecuting? The Spanish political crisis is inextricably linked to…
Crude oil markets have a rough week and sell off drastically on Friday
The crude oil markets initially try to rally during the week but fell apart on Friday as we have formed a very ugly candle in both grades that we follow … The post <b>Crude oil</b> markets have a rough week and sell off drastically on Friday appeared first on crude-oil.news.