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Arseniy P. Yatsenyuk, the prime minister of Ukraine, announced his resignation on Sunday in a surprise move that opened a new period of political uncertainty here. Mr. Yatsenyuk, an economist backed by Ukraine's Western allies, including the United States, came to power two years ago behind the wave of popular anger that culminated with the Maidan street protests, which led to the downfall of President Viktor F. Yanukovych. Mr. Yatsenyuk and Petro O. Poroshenko, who became president, emerged as the nation's most prominent political figures....Mr. Yatsenyuk confronted tremendous challenges
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Ever wanted to visit Japan? Well be prepared to give your fingerprints everywhere you go.   by Melissa Dykes, The Daily Sheeple via SHTFPlan: Editor’s Comment: Tourists –not suspected terrorists – will have to give their fingerprints to travel, shop and stay in Japan, making clear that the future will use your own body to control your […] The post Mark of the Beast Underway? Japan Begins Use of “Fingerprints As Currency” For All Transactions appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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Not a day passes without the Vancouver real estate market succeeding to amaze us all over again. Just over a month ago we were amazed to learn that, in confirmation of the local buying frenzy, the Vancouver home shown on the photo below sold for $735,000 above asking. As Vancity Buzz wrote, "The house at 3555 West 1st Avenue was built in 1912, is 3,400 square feet and sits on a standard 33 x 120 foot lot without a view. The selling price of $4.23 million is about $1.6 million above the

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Protestors Rally Against FT Commodities Summit by Simon Bradley, Lausanne – swissinfo.ch Hundreds of people took to the streets in Lausanne on Saturday to protest against a major commodities conference organised by the Financial Times (FT) newspaper next week.  On […] The post Protestors Rally Against FT Commodities Summit appeared first on ValueWalk.

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As we move into the beginning of the second quarter after a wild start to the 2016 trading year, today the man who has become legendary for his predictions on QE, historic moves in currencies, and major global events, just warned that people must now prepare for a massive global collapse. The post ALERT: Legend Warns That People Must Now Prepare For A Massive Global Collapse appeared first on King World News.

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Submitted by $hane Obata USD: Return Of The King Falling oil prices, China growth fears, submerging markets, Brexit and Italian banks. All of those risks have one thing in common: They have not derailed the US economy. Despite concerns about a recession, it continues to grow at a steady pace. According to the Atlanta Fed, real GDP is expected to grow by 0.7% in Q1’16. That is not a great number; however, the series is extremely volatile. sources: Bloomberg, @Not_Jim_Cramer It would not be

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Why New U.S. Rules Won’t Completely Halt Tax Inversions by Knowledge@Wharton Jennifer Blouin and Adam Rosenzweig on Tax Inversions The U.S. Treasury department’s announcement on Monday of new rules to discourage U.S. companies from resorting to “inversion deals” to relocate […] The post Why New U.S. Rules Won’t Completely Halt Tax Inversions appeared first on ValueWalk.

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When we previewed Venezuela's upcoming hyperinflation, which in January was predicted to be 720% and as of this moment is likely far higher...   ... we said "This Is What The Death Of A Nation Looks Like" and said "there is no good news in any of the above for the long-suffering citizens of this "socialist paradise" which any minute now will be downgraded to its fair value of "socialist hell." Subsequent news that Venezuela was now openly liquidating its gold reserves while its president,

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When we previewed Venezuela's upcoming hyperinflation, which in January was predicted to be 720% and as of this moment is likely far higher...   ... we said "This Is What The Death Of A Nation Looks Like" and said "there is no good news in any of the above for the long-suffering citizens of this "socialist paradise" which any minute now will be downgraded to its fair value of "socialist hell." Subsequent news that Venezuela was now openly liquidating its gold reserves while its president,

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Submitted by Mike "Mish" Shedlock of Mishtalk Italy Seeks “Last Resort” Bailout Fund to “Ringfence” Troubled Banks, Meeting Monday; Italy vs. Austria Italy’s finance minister, Pier Carlo Padoan, wants to "ringfence" its troubled banks. Padoan called for a meeting of executive of the troubled banks in Rome on Monday. The banks allegedly will come up with a “Last Resort” bailout fund. Last resort or first resort, is there a difference at this point in time? Please consider Italy

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Gold has spent much of the past couple months consolidating, vexing traders and bleeding away most of early 2016’s enthusiasm that catapulted the yellow metal higher.  But this sideways grind has actually been a very impressive show of strength.  Gold managed to hold its massive gains despite an incredible stock-market rally, which can really sap […] The post Gold Defies Stock Bear Rally appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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Jim Rickards On The Confused Fed, Gold Manipulation & NIRP by Mike Gleason, Money Metals Exchange Exclusive Interview with Jim Rickards on the Confused Fed, Gold Manipulation, and Negative Interest Rates Dear Reader, Hi, best-selling financial author and trusted government […] The post Jim Rickards On The Confused Fed, Gold Manipulation & NIRP appeared first on ValueWalk.

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When I started at Pimco in 1971, the amount of credit outstanding in the U.S., including mortgages, business debt, and government debt, was $1 trillion. Now it's $58 trillion. Credit growth, at least in its earlier stages, can be very productive. For all the faults of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the securitization of mortgages lowered interest rates and enabled people to buy homes. But when credit reaches the point of satiation, it doesn't do what it did before. Think of the old Monty Python movie, The Meaning of Life. A grotesque, rotund guy keeps eating to demonstrate the negatives of
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As we predicted last week when Wikileaks released an IMF transcript which suggested trubulent times may be ahead for Greece, Reuters today writes that "the leaking of a conference call of International Monetary Fund officials on Greece's latest bailout review has further undermined mutual trust in fraught debt talks, embarrassed the European Commission and infuriated the IMF and Germany." At stake are many things, not the least of which is the IMF's reputation as a stern enforcer of financial

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The Evolution Of Virtual Reality – I’ve Seen The Future by Evergreen Gavekal Virtual reality was once the dream of science fiction. But the internet was also once a dream, and so were computers and smartphones. The future is coming.” […] The post The Evolution Of Virtual Reality – I’ve Seen The Future appeared first on ValueWalk.

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Submitted by Charles Hugh Smith from Of Two Minds Japan Desperately Needs A Stronger Dollar, China Desperately Wants A Weaker Dollar: The Fed Can't Please Both The FX market is about to blow up in the Fed's face, and there's nothing they can do about it. Foreign exchange (FX) is a zero-sum game: if one currency weakens, another must strengthen. Since the value of a currency is relative to other currencies, all currencies can't weaken together: at least one currency must strengthen as others

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The Origin Of Outperformance For Stock Recommendations By Sell-Side Analysts Yury Kucheev Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) – Industrial Engineering and Management; Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Tomas Sorensson KTH Royal Institute of Technology – Industrial Engineering and Management; Swedish House […] The post The Origin Of Outperformance For Stock Recommendations By Sell-Side Analysts appeared first on ValueWalk.

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Warren Buffetts Speech on Investing, Staying out of Debt and Fulfilling your Potential Published on Apr 10, 2016 A speech and Q&A given by Warren Buffett in Omaha, Nebraska in 1999. In the speech Warren discusses how to form habits […] The post Warren Buffetts Speech on Investing, Staying out of Debt and Fulfilling your Potential appeared first on ValueWalk.

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We’re starting to see some concerning developments in the luxury real estate market. First, we observed as Urbancorp, one of Toronto’s largest property developers, quietly canceled a condo complex they had been working on, and instead converting the project into rental apartments. This was one of the first signs that demand for luxury real estate is declining.  And then early last week, some more troubling news was reported, when Urbancorp’s attorneys took the highly unusual step of

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