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Zero Hedge - Tyler Durden

Remember, investors started the decade with US stocks near their post-crisis lows, with few anticipating the unbridled rebound that would come to pass during the ensuing months and years...Even more surprising was the drop in interest rates: Negative

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John Sneisen (The Economic Truth) come on the show to discuss the Fed's overnight repo market, and economic and freedom issues... - Adam Kokesh on 'Christmas with Kokesh Livestream' -Phranq Tamburri, NMD, The Trump Report

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Zero Hedge - Tyler Durden

a legitimate market enables price discovery. What is price discovery? The decisions and actions of buyers and sellers set the price of everything: assets, goods, services, risk and the price of borrowing money, i.e. interest rates and the availabilit

Article Image News Link • Global by Tyler Durden

The Fed's balance sheet is expanding at a record rate and 'turn' repo rates are soaring (despite endless daily liquidity provisions); so today's FOMC press conference will be fun to see Powell squirm as he desperately avoids any admission that The Fe

Article Image News Link • Global by Michael Lebowitz

Occasionally, problems reveal themselves gradually. A water stain on the ceiling is potentially evidence of a much larger problem. Painting over the stain will temporarily relieve the unsightly condition, but in time, the water stain will return.

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World Alternative Media-Tim Picciott-Josh Sigurdso

Josh Sigurdson talks with Tim Picciott of The Liberty Advisor about the Federal Reserve's intention to let "inflation run hot" ahead of the next recession as it becomes increasingly more and more obvious that the Federal Reserve has lost all control

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Earlier today we showed why, according to Saxo Bank's Christopher Dembik, the US will drown in deflation over the next 30 years as the collective forces of demographics, technology, oligopolies and global debt accumulation make higher interest rates