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  1. Chinese manufacturing in US.

    hoonose A hefty US import tax on goods produced in China could accelerate a trend already well underway : Chinese setting up factories a
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  2. Global inflation is back

    salvation By Expert Panel | 27.02.2017 Investor views on the inflation outlook have swung wildly since the global financial crisis of 2008
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  3. Banks Concerned About January’s Spike in Non-performing loans

    gvenso All most a certainty to exit IMO
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  4. Rand-conspiracy probe names Macquarie, ANZ among numerous banks

    gvenso I reckon the Russians have hacked the the Western dealers communication lines and leaked this info for their friends in S.Africa
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  5. RBS accused of fraud and forgery by customers and ex-employee

    salvation Former business clients of the Royal Bank of Scotland are accusing the bank of systematically manipulating documents to cover up
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  6. South Africa's rand currency 'rigged by banks

    salvation Local and international banks have been accused of rigging the price of South Africa's currency, the rand, by the country's comp
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  7. Trump Vows ‘Level Playing Field’ for U.S., Japan, China Currency

    salvation but it was the Chinese doing the digging the gold and building railways. remember it is the land of the UNFAIR wage , slaves , i
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  8. European Central Bank to Trump: ‘We Are Not Currency Manipulators’

    salvation Reuters 7:30 AM AEST The European Central Bank rejected U.S. accusations of currency manipulation on Monday and warned that dere
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  9. Deutsche fined $630 million for failures over Russian money-laundering

    HappyBear Yeah, they're going just fine. If the government nationalises or semi-nationalises DBK that's hardly a problem for holders, or a
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  10. RBA rate decision day

    salvation so did anyone factor in a small chance of a cut today ?? maybe a 5% to 10% chance and possibly less than a 0.25% cut my logic is
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  11. Chinese deals stall.

    hoonose The pace of the big Chinese takeovers abroad is slowing as buyers contend with rules tightening the flow of money out of the cou
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  12. This Economist Says the U.S. Can’t Contain Its ‘Debt Bomb’ For Much Longer

    salvation given the 3 obvious choices .. major war , do nothing , or try to inflate your way out of debt i would prefer the last choice an
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  13. Weak exports may crimp U.S. fourth-quarter economic growth

    salvation By Lucia Mutikani | WASHINGTON U.S. economic growth likely slowed in the fourth quarter as a plunge in shipments of soybeans wei
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  14. New Zealand Inflation Back on Track After 2-Year Undershoot

    salvation New Zealand inflation accelerated more than economists forecast in the final quarter of 2016, rising back into the central bank’
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  15. IMF Approves 8.24Bln Euro Credit Line for Poland

    salvation Europe IMF has approved a 8.24 billion Euro loan for the government of Poland. Visitors are silhouetted against the logo of the
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  16. BRITAIN financial crisis 2017?

    salvation not just the UK in serious trouble ,but the UK does make the truth less difficult to find than many rivals
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  17. U.S. Household Net Worth Hits Record $90.2 Trillion

    Sinister The wealth of U.S. households climbed to a record $90.2 trillion, according to a Federal Reserve report published Thursday. The
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  18. Wells Fargo asks U.S. court to dismiss account scandal lawsuit

    Sinister Wells Fargo provides a variety of financial services, including banking, insurance, investments, mortgage, and consumer and comm
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  19. Exclusive: ECB seeks to lend out more bonds to avert market freeze - sources

    salvation The European Central Bank is looking for ways to lend out more of its huge pile of government debt to avert a freeze in the 5.5
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  20. U.S. should respect global financial rules, EU's Dombrovskis says

    salvation The United States should respect globally-agreed financial rules, the European Union commissioner for financial services said on
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  21. Banks Are Entering A 'New World Order,' Analyst Says

    salvation After regulation and low yields made the world of banking quite dull following the financial crisis, things are about to get mor
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  22. Yellen Signals Fed Won’t Be Cowed After Trump’s Election Victory

    salvation Trendline , Trumps grave may already be dug , all several enemies need is a false flag opportunity .( to provoke a war ) several
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  23. When the U.S. Moves on Trade, China Hits Back Fast

    salvation China’s stance on U.S. trade can be illustrated by one of Sir Isaac Newton’s laws of motion: For every action, there’s an equal
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  24. Jim Rickards On Trump, The Coming Crash, Bail-Ins, Cashless Society

    Wacker Author Jim Rickards On Trump, The Coming Crash, Bail-Ins, Cashless Society & What We Can Do. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a
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  25. TPP: Trade pact dead, buried, cremated amid Donald Trump presidency

    krueger Our overfed obese gluttonous population now gorging themselves to death on foods like KFC Dominos and Mcdonalds might be healthy
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  26. All eyes on December as Fed leaves rates unchanged

    ken_45 The Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged on Wednesday in its last policy decision before the U.S. election, but signale
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  27. The Economy

    Tomo The Economy Since about 1990, every time the central banks have worked their magic, they have done more harm than good but at le
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  28. Benign economic growth but what about shares?

    salvation https://cuffelinks.com.au/benign-economic-growth-stock-market/ i am not in full agreement with the content but it does pose some
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  29. Deutsche Bank reports profit despite 'tough' environment

    salvation Deutsche Bank has reported a small third-quarter profit, beating very low expectations. The bank reported a profit of €278m (£24
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  30. Italian bank Monte Paschi gambles on turnaround by year-end

    salvation By Silvia Aloisi and Paola Arosio | MILAN Italian lender Monte dei Paschi di Siena plans to lay off a tenth of its staff, shut b
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  31. ECB set to tee up next stimulus move: analysts

    salvation AFP on October 20, 2016, 3:11 pm Frankfurt (AFP) - ECB chief Mario Draghi is likely to prep markets for an extension of a huge m
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  32. EU believes free trade deal with U.S. won't be completed this year: source

    salvation The European Commission believes it is unlikely that negotiations with the United States over a free trade deal will be complete
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  33. China's economy grows steadily at annual rate of 6.7%

    salvation China's economy grew at an annual rate of 6.7% in the three months to September, government data showed, a sign that growth is s
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  34. Michael Hintze says Britain will be better off after Brexit

    salvation Australia's most successful hedge fund manager and a backer of the Brexit campaign says Britain's next generation will be better
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  35. ONLY ALTERNATIVE TO 'HARD BREXIT' IS 'NO BREXIT': TUSK

    salvation EU President Donald Tusk said Thursday the only alternative to a so-called " hard Brexit " which would see Britain pull out of
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  36. U.S. Deficit Up for First Time Since 2009 on Spending Surge

    salvation LOL , what is a little extra debt , when the media can sell sex rumors to lure more advertising one former US president candidat
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  37. Tide Turns on Rate Cuts in South Korea

    salvation South Korean lawmakers have done an about-face on interest rates. With benchmark borrowing costs at a record low and households
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  38. 20% OF AUST COMPANIES USING RENMINBI: POLL

    salvation By AAP | 11.10.2016 03:00 PM Australian companies' usage of the renminbi to do business in China is surging, according to the po
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  39. Deutsche Bank forced into rethink as strategy overhaul stutters: sources

    salvation By Carmel Crimmins and Olivia Oran | WASHINGTON It wasn't just Deutsche Bank that was grappling with big questions about the fut
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  40. U.S. job growth slows, clouds case for Fed rate hike

    Sinister Jobless Claims Report Shows Robust Job Market The number of Americans filing for jobless benefits unexpectedly dropped last week
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  41. Brexit 'clouds' eurozone growth outlook, Draghi says

    Ashjb Keep in mind with great wealth comes great liability, and great numbers of pedophelia related court cases though
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  42. IMF must be more 'vocal' on global economy, US says

    salvation AFP on October 9, 2016, 4:07 am Washington (AFP) - The United States called Saturday for the International Monetary Fund to spea
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  43. IMF Steering Committee Calls on Members to Use All Tools to Boost Growth

    salvation by Reuters 189 countries pledged to “reinvigorate” global trade. The International Monetary Fund’s steering committee on Saturda
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  44. IMF says global debt tops $152 trillion

    hoonose Today's " Weekend Australian " has some very good write-ups concerning the in's and out's of the US, China, Philipines, Austra
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  45. Rate cuts fail to spark retail spending

    salvation Two interest rate cuts are yet to trigger a boom in retail spending, MasterCard says. The MasterCard Spending Pulse Report shows
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  46. Interest rates will stay 'very low for a long time', says leading economist

    salvation that doesn't seem to be the way our political overlords think , they will want me to reverse mortgage ( or sell ) to fund my ret
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  47. U.S. private sector adds 154,000 jobs in September - ADP

    salvation that is a bit unfair to all the talented members before me , and the likes of Plat , HH and many others while i have been here i
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  48. Is It Time To Panic About Deutsche Bank?

    bladerunner More bad news for Deutsche Bank when an Italian court charged the company, an employee and five former executives for colluding
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  49. Finland's 10-year bond yield turns negative

    salvation Finland became the third euro zone sovereign to see its 10-year borrowing costs turn negative on Tuesday as part of a broad rall
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  50. WTO cuts trade forecast by a third

    salvation The World Trade Organization has cut its forecast for global trade growth this year by more than a third. The new figure of 1.7%
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