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Zero Hedge

The prime years of Bretton Woods 1, which built the Western middle class now running on fumes, saw key bond yields capped, FX rates fixed and tight capital controls. Those are some deep, dark Woods for a 24/7, microsecond, crypto-Twitter focused soci

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The US continues to pursue force across the globe, with ever-increasing military budgets, sanctions, and threats, while China continues to make deals across the globe, arriving with bags of money to make investments. Which one is more sustainable?

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Global inflation is headed into overdrive as the leading food price indicator that is the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization's food price index increased for an 11th consecutive month in April, hitting levels not seen since May 2014, w

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If you think inflation is already blistering hot - as most companies and survey respondents clearly do - and the worst case been largely priced in, with little inflationary upside left, think again.