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Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

One of the most poignant (and painful to some) lessons of the past decade - especially to contrarian, bearish investors such as Odey and Horseman - is that the Fed can keep print money far longer than any short can remain solvent.

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Jeremiah Babe and the Center Square

A dozen grocery stores around the state have been forced to close for two weeks because of a public health order issued by Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham at a time when the state's residents are suffering from record high unemployment and food insecur

Article Image News Link • Global, By Ted Dabrowski

Illinois has announced $2 billion more in additional borrowing from the Federal Reserve Bank's Municipal Liquidity Facility (MLF). Gov. J.B. Pritzker has informed the Fed of the state's intention to borrow the funds before the facility expires at

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

With various fiscal stimulus programs having ended in the summer, and even more set to expire on Dec 31 when nearly 15 million Americans will end up without emergency unemployment claims unless the government steps in, it shouldn't be a surprise that

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Tim Picciott (The Liberty Advisor) gives the Economic Report - Bob Anderson (a local activist and already living in a state of preparedness) do the show from Tonopah, AZ to go over the current news, upcoming activist, how to prep for what's coming

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

While various Fed speakers are vowing this week that there will be no rate hikes until at least 2023 or 2024, the Fed may be surprised to learn that if it were to broaden its definition of inflation, it would find it is quite ample already.

Article Image News Link • Global, by Tyler Durden

The virus pandemic - with its temporary and permanent store closures, strict social distancing requirements, e-commerce boom, and supply chain disruption - since March has fueled uncertainty among US retailers as many find themselves in a $52 billion