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CRISES AIN'T OVER YET - CRISES DEEPENING


RECESSION

Recession still dragging down U.S. economy
16 April 2009
, by Alister Bull Washington (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSN16116620090416?sp=true

Experian sees further weakness in coming months
16 April 2009
, by Philip Stafford - The Financial Times
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/bc1597e8-2a53-11de-8415-00144feabdc0.html


UNEMPLOYMENT

The real unemployment rate? Try 15.6%
3 April 2009
, by Catherine Holahan MSN Money
http://articles.moneycentral.msn.com/learn-how-to-invest/The-real-unemployment-rate.aspx?page=1


RETAIL

Retail Sales Take Unexpected Drop; Producer Prices Fall
14 April 2009
, by Paul Sakuma / AP
http://www.cnbc.com/id/30205958

Consumer prices fall as energy demand slumps
15 April 2009
, by Lucia Mutikani Washington (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53E36020090415

Consumer pullback seen continuing
15 April 2009
, by Nicole Maestri New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSTRE53E4L020090415?sp=true

US prices drop for first time since 1955
15 Aptril 2009
, by Alan Rappeport New York - The Financial Times
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/85117d2e-2932-11de-bc5e-00144feabdc0.html

Wal-Mart CEO doesn't see a quick end to recession
15 April 2009
, by Andy Sullivan and Nicole Maestri (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53E2ZL20090415

General Growth filing clouds future for stores
16 April 2009
, by Martinne Geller - Analysis New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53F7R520090416?sp=true


HOUSING

U.S. foreclosure filings jump as moratoriums end
16 April 2009,
by Lynn Adler New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/domesticNews/idUSTRE53F0LG20090416?sp=true

US housing starts fall 10.8% in March
16 April 2009
, by Alan Rappeport New York - The Financial Times
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/faa22722-2a91-11de-8415-00144feabdc0.html

Falling housing starts dampen recovery hopes
16 April 2009
, by Lucia Mutikani Washington (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSTRE53E51C20090416
 
Nine building societies have credit ratings downgraded
16 April 2009
, by James Charles - The Times
http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/money/property_and_mortgages/article6102212.ece


FINANCIAL

NYSE CEO says "real money" investors sat out March rally: report
15 April 2009
, by Andrew Callus London (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53E7JP20090415

Schwab profits hit by severance costs
15 April 2009
, by Deborah Brewster in New York - The Financial Times
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/ac817e5a-29e0-11de-9e56-00144feabdc0.html

NYSE chief cautious over March stock market rally: report
16 April 2009
, by Simon Kennedy London (MarketWatch)
http://www.marketwatch.com/news/story/NYSE-chief-cautious-over-March/story.aspx?guid={0AD58EBC-EB7C-43F5-BCCB-46FB54B2E924}

Wall Street Tumbles as Investors Dump Financials
20 April 2009
, by TIM PARADIS AP Business Writer New York
http://abcnews.go.com/Business/MarketTalk/wireStory?id=7377882


INDUSTRY

Shrinking demand for oil hits hopes of recovery within the year
11 April 2009
, by Gráinne Gilmore and Peter Stiff - The Times
http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/economics/article6074174.ece

Rio Tinto aluminum output falls 6 percent
15 April 2009
, by James Regan Sydney (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53E13H20090415?sp=true

Southwest Airlines posts loss, to cut jobs
16 April 2009
, by Deepa Seetharaman New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53F2UW20090416


CHINA

INSTANT VIEW: China Q1 GDP growth slows
15 April 2009
, BEIJING (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53F0B820090416?sp=true

World Bank cuts China growth forecast
18 April 2009
, by Jamil Anderlini in Beijing - The Financial Times
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/7c3dcc82-137c-11de-9e32-0000779fd2ac.html


GERMANY

German wholesale prices see record decline in 22 years
15 April 2009
, BERLIN (Xinhua) www.chinaview.cn 
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-04/15/content_11191091.htm

Dresden Job Losses Leave It Reeling as East German Boom Fades
16 April 2009
, by Patrick Donahue and Frances Robinson (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601109&sid=aYAL71fllrCA&refer=home
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Re: CRISES AIN'T OVER YET - CRISES DEEPENING
« Reply #1 on: April 20, 2009, 11:29:08 PM »
RECESSION

U.S. Economy: Leading Index Shows Extended Recession
20 April 2009
, by Bob Willis (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601068&sid=aytiOyrM1VTk&refer=economy


FINANCIAL

Citigroup Credit Losses Rising Rapidly, Goldman Says
20 April 2009
, by Joshua Fineman and Kelvin Wong (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aVD_g1ncb2.k&refer=home


RETAIL

More U.S. Firms Expect Economy to Contract, NABE Survey Shows
20 April 2009
, by Courtney Schlisserman (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601068&sid=a89aKhEXeqkw&refer=economy


HOUSING

HOMELESS IN HAMPTONS
20 April 2009
, by Selim Alagar
http://www.nypost.com/seven/04202009/news/regionalnews/homeless_in_hamptons_165239.htm


JAPAN

Japan to Sell Extra 10.8 Trillion Yen in New Bonds
21 April 2009
, by Keiko Ujikane (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aSbzY37aMfU4&refer=home
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Re: CRISES AIN'T OVER YET - CRISES DEEPENING
« Reply #2 on: April 21, 2009, 06:28:56 PM »
RECESSION

US earnings blunt hopes of recovery
21 April 2009
, by Alan Rappeport and Simone Baribeau in New York - The Financial Times
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/bbbfbbdc-2e6f-11de-b7d3-00144feabdc0.html?referrer_id=yahoofinance&ft_ref=yahoo1&segid=03058


HOUSING

Housing Bubble Smackdown: Bigger Crash Ahead
21 April 2009
, by Mike Whitney - Global Research
http://www.infowars.com/housing-bubble-smackdown-bigger-crash-ahead/


FINANCIAL

U.S. credit card firms seek to limit crackdown
20 April 2009
, by Karey Wutkowski and Juan Lagorio - Analysis Washington/New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousiv/idUSTRE53J63L20090421?sp=true

US custody banks hit by profits slump
21 April 2009
, by Deborah Brewster in New York - The Financial Times
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/16b50a6a-2e98-11de-b7d3-00144feabdc0.html?referrer_id=yahoofinance&ft_ref=yahoo1&segid=03058

State Street profit drops, guidance lowered
21 April 2009
, by Svea Herbst-Bayliss Boston (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53K27T20090421

Audit Says U.S. Estimated $900 Million Loss on Citigroup Assets
21 April 2009
, by Rebecca Christie (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=arOU9kR.a.gU&refer=home
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Re: CRISES AIN'T OVER YET - CRISES DEEPENING
« Reply #3 on: April 22, 2009, 10:56:54 AM »
RECESSION

World economy in severe recession, IMF says
22 April 2009
, by Lesley Wroughton Washington (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53L32C20090422?sp=true

IMF puts losses from financial crisis at $4.1 trillion
More than $630 for every man, woman and child on the planet
21 April 2009
, by Edmund Conway, Economics Editor (Telegraph.co.uk)
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/financetopics/recession/5194711/IMF-puts-losses-from-financial-crisis-at-4.1-trillion.html

IMF puts financial losses at $4,100bn
21 April 2009
, by Sarah O’Connor in Washington (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/68bd1602-2e72-11de-b7d3-00144feabdc0.html


HOUSING

Sun Belt states lead Q1 U.S. mortgage foreclosures
22 April 2009
, by Lynn Adler New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/domesticNews/idUSTRE53L0PJ20090422?sp=true


PENSION

Assets in private pensions fall
22 April 2009
, By Norma Cohen in London (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/e953c172-2ecb-11de-b7d3-00144feabdc0.html

Pension costs hurt Lockheed
22 April 2009
, by Sylvia Pfeifer London (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/d2e824a8-2ed7-11de-b7d3-00144feabdc0.html


INDUSTRY

Caterpillar reports first quarterly loss since 1992 
21 April 2009
, Chicago, ( Xinhua - www.chinaview.cn )
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-04/22/content_11228870.htm

News Analysis: Demand concern cools off oil
22 April 2009
, by Xinhua writer Yang Lei ( www.chinaview.cn )
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-04/22/content_11228874.htm

Profits decline 15% at PCCW
22 April 2009,
by Tom Mitchell Hong Kong (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/6dd9c0bc-2ed7-11de-b7d3-00144feabdc0.html


FINANCIAL

Stock Market Bulls Have Got it Wrong, Warns Nouriel Roubini
21 April 2009
, by Nick Clark ( Informationclearinghouse )
http://informationclearinghouse.info/article22467.htm

U.S. credit card firms seek to limit crackdown
22 April 2009
, by Karey Wutkowski and Juan Lagorio - Analysis (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSTRE53L1OT20090422?sp=true

Credit Swap Dealers Shrink Market by 38%, ISDA Says
22 April 2009
, by Katrina Nicholas (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=as2r0dqlMEgo&refer=home

INSTANT VIEW: Morgan Stanley reports wider than forecast loss
22 April 2009
, by Elinor Comlay, Herb Lash, Juan Lagorio and Ed Krudy in New York and Tenzin Pema in Bangalore (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53L2RZ20090422?sp=true

Morgan Stanley swings to $177m loss
22 April 2009
, by Alan Rappeport in New York (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/2a7f6eb0-2f32-11de-b52f-00144feabdc0,dwp_uuid=e8477cc4-c820-11db-b0dc-000b5df10621.html

Morgan Stanley shares fall after results
22 April 2009
, (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53L2M420090422?sp=true


JAPAN

Japan hit by first trade deficit in 30 years
22 April 2009
, By Michiyo Nakamoto in Tokyo (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/2b60d942-2ee5-11de-b7d3-00144feabdc0.html

Japan exports slump shows signs of slowing
22 April 2009
, TOKYO, April 22 (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/2b60d942-2ee5-11de-b7d3-00144feabdc0.htm
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Re: CRISES AIN'T OVER YET - CRISES DEEPENING
« Reply #4 on: April 23, 2009, 11:45:31 PM »
RECESSION

IMF: No quick fix to deteriorating financial system
21 April 2009
, by Xinhua writers Yang Lei, Chen Gang, New York (www.chinaview.cn)
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-04/22/content_11228814.htm


UNEMPLOYMENT


INSTANT VIEW: U.S. jobless claims rise in latest week
23 April 2009
, New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53M33F20090423?sp=true

U.S. mass layoffs rise to highest on record
23 April 2009
, by Pedro Nicolaci da Costa, New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53M44820090423

U.S. jobless claims rise, home sales fall
23 April 2009
, by Lucia Mutikani and Alister Bull, Washington (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSN2339044320090423?sp=true


HOUSING

February home prices up, down 6.5 percent in year
22 April 2009
, by Lynn Adler, New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53L3RQ20090422

More homes slipping toward foreclosures in Los Angeles
23 April 2009
, (www.chinaview.cn)
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-04/23/content_11238515.htm

More sellers slash home prices in NYC than elsewhere
23 April 2009
, by Helen Chernikoff, New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/domesticNews/idUSTRE53M42120090423

INSTANT VIEW: U.S. existing home sales pace fell in March
23 April 2009
, New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/domesticNews/idUSTRE53M3UX20090423

U.S. existing home sales seen slipping in March
23 April 2009
, by Nick Olivari, New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/newsOne/idUSTRE53M0Y320090423

US home resales fall 3% in March
23 April 2009
, by Alan Rappeport in New York (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/f023bc02-3004-11de-a2f8-00144feabdc0.html


INDUSTRY

China Cosco to cancel or delay ship orders
23 April 2009
, by Robert Wright in London (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/ae79d1f4-2fd9-11de-a2f8-00144feabdc0.html

[U.S. newspaper publisher] McClatchy posts quarterly loss on falling ad sales
23 April 2009
, by Robert MacMillan, New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53M3WS20090423

Global slump hurts UPS profit, shares fall
23 April 2009
, by Nick Carey, Chicago (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53M2U620090423?sp=true

UPS profits tumble by 56%
23 April 2009
, by Simone Baribeau in New York (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/ad2f6be6-3007-11de-a2f8-00144feabdc0.html

Toyota Q1 global sales fall 27%
23 April 2009
, by Chang-Ran Kim, Tokyo (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53M10W20090423


FINANCIAL

Bear market still grips stock, credit markets
22 April 2009
, by Jennifer Ablan and Doris Frankel, New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53K6GP20090422?sp=true

Geithner acknowledges U.S. fault in crisis
22 April 2009
, by Glenn Somerville, Washington (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSWAT01129920090422

Fed data shows big losses on Bear Stearns deal
Fed's balance sheet doubles in size in 2008
23 April 2009
, by Ros Krasny, Chicago (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53M5TO20090423?sp=true

[largest futures exchange] CME Group profits plunge 30%
23 April 2009
, by Hal Weitzman in Chicago (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/d97f660e-2fff-11de-a2f8-00144feabdc0.html?ftcamp=rss

SunTrust Banks has big loss but beats forecasts
23 April 2009
, by Jonathan Stempel, New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53M29D20090423?sp=true

[International Bank] Stanford vastly overstated assets: U.S. receiver
23 April 2009
, by Anna Driver and Chris Baltimore in Houston (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/domesticNews/idUSTRE53M5PJ20090423

[Investment group] Schroders profits shrink
23 April 2009
, by Jennifer Hughes (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/bcd983b6-2fcf-11de-a2f8-00144feabdc0.html?ftcamp=rss

Logitech sees Q1 operating loss, shares tumble
23 April 2009
, by Emily Chasan and Josie Cox New York/Zurch (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/rbssTechMediaTelecomNews/idUSN2226050220090423


JAPAN

[Japan’s largest broker ] Record loss looming for Nomura
23 April 2009
, by Michiyo Nakamoto in Tokyo and Sundeep Tucker in Hong Kong (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/3f910c90-301e-11de-88e3-00144feabdc0.html

[Financial Group] Mizuho warns of $5.9bn net loss
23 April 2009
, by Michiyo Nakamoto in Tokyo (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/3edf788c-2fe1-11de-a2f8-00144feabdc0.html?ftcamp=rss


Black-magic dollars
24 April 2009
, by The Mogambo Guru (Asia Times)
http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Global_Economy/KD24Dj01.html
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Re: CRISES AIN'T OVER YET - CRISES DEEPENING
« Reply #5 on: April 24, 2009, 10:03:31 PM »
RECESSION UK

A week before reaching the peak of British political power,

Gordon Brown thanked a group of bankers for helping him usher in a

“new golden age.” It didn’t last long -- for them or for him.


Brown Economic Legacy Fades Along With U.K. Election Prospects
24 April 2009
, by Robert Hutton and Kitty Donaldson (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aNGVoeniv9HU&refer=home

UK GDP : economy is shrinking at its fastest pace in 30 years.
24 April 2009
, by Lex column (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/2/b92e35a6-30db-11de-8196-00144feabdc0.html

UK slowdown sharper than feared
24 April 2009
, by Norma Cohen (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b97c5ca0-30ad-11de-bc38-00144feabdc0.html

UK’s top tax rate to rise to 50%
22 April 2009
, Andrew Sparrow, (Guardian.co.uk)
http://www.guardian.co.uk/news/blog/2009/apr/22/budget-2009-live-blog
Coverage of Alistair Darling's statement, the Commons debate and the reaction. Read the main budget story here.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2009/apr/22/budget-2009-darling-tax-recession


RECESSION

Capital & Regional losses widen
24 April 2009
, By Philip Stafford (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/c880212c-309f-11de-bc38-00144feabdc0.html

Spending the U.S. stimulus: states can't afford it
Cash-strapped States no cash for proper implementation of Recovery and Reinvestment Act
24 April 2009
, by Lisa Lambert, Washington (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/domesticNews/idUSTRE53N60P20090424?sp=true


INDUSTRY UK

UK car production falls 50%
24 April 2009
, by John Reed, Motor Industry Correspondent (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b97e8538-30bd-11de-bc38-00144feabdc0.html


UNEMPLOYMENT SPAIN

Spain's unemployment rate leaps to record high 17.4% unemployed
25 April 2009
, (The Times)
http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/economics/article6164629.ece#cid=OTC-RSS&attr=1185799


HOUSING

U.S. home sales drop in March
U.S. home sale year-on-year plunge of 33.7% is the largest on record
24 April 2009
, by Lisa Lambert, Washington (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53N3ES20090424

U.S. mortgage rates nudge closer to record low
23 April 2009
, by Julie Haviv, New York (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSTRE53M44720090423


INDUSTRY

Schlumberger profit falls 28%, tops view
The world's largest oilfield services company, reported a 28% decline in first-quarter earnings
24 April 2009
, by Matt Daily in New York and Braden Reddall in San Francisco (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53N20420090424

BHP Billiton slashes copper output
"Output from the world's biggest copper mine will decline by 30 per cent this fiscal year", BHP Billiton says
22 April 2009
, (Times Online)
http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sectors/natural_resources/article6145785.ece

One of the world's largest truckmakers Volvo cuts 1,543 jobs
22 April 2009
, (BBC News)
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/8012014.stm

U.S. manufacturers see no quick economic rebound
24 April 2009
, by Scott Malone in Boston, additional reporting by Helen Chernikoff
and Franklin Paul in New York and Karen Jacobs in Atlanta (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53N3IE20090424?sp=true

US durable goods orders slide in March
24 April 2009
, by Alan Rappeport in New York (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/77af669a-30d1-11de-bc38-00144feabdc0.html

Honeywell CFO sees sharp drop in aviation demand
24 April 2009
, by Scott Malone, Boston (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53N3XG20090424

Microsoft bets on success of Windows 7
24 April 2009
, by Richard Waters in San Francisco (The Financial Times)
The personal computer market is in the midst of a severe downturn and
the software company’s executives this week expressed deep gloom about the prospects for the rest of this year.
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/f056032c-3100-11de-8196-00144feabdc0.html


JAPAN

Nomura reports record Y700bn loss
24 April 2009
, by Michiyo Nakamoto in Tokyo (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/6755236c-3094-11de-8ac7-00144feabdc0.html


Nomura reports record Y700bn loss
Nomura reports its worst set of annual results ever.
24 April 2009
, by Michiyo Nakamoto in Tokyo (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/6755236c-3094-11de-8ac7-00144feabdc0.html


FINANCIAL

Stanford Bank vastly overstated assets: U.S. receiver
23 April 2009
, by Anna Driver and Chris Baltimore in Houston (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/domesticNews/idUSTRE53M5PJ20090423

Northern Rock says lending arrears up
Northern Rock saysbad debt charge "substantially loss making" this year.
23 April 2009
, by Myles Neligan, London (Reuters)
http://uk.reuters.com/article/businessNews/idUKTRE53M1JN20090423?sp=true


BANK FINALS

U.S. regulators close First Bank of Beverly Hills
24 April 2009
, by Richard Cowan, Washington (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53N7GC20090424

Regulators close Michigan Heritage Bank: FDIC
24 April 2009
, by Richard Cowan, Washington (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/domesticNews/idUSTRE53N78F20090424
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Re: CRISES AIN'T OVER YET - CRISES DEEPENING
« Reply #6 on: April 30, 2009, 01:30:59 PM »
BANK FINALS

U.S. regulators close 4 banks and a credit union
24 April 2009
, by Richard Cowan - Washington (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53O0E020090425


RECESSION

US economy shrinks at rate of 6.1%
29 April 2009
, by Alan Rappeport in New York (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/06299c8e-3437-11de-9eea-00144feabdc0.html

Earnings season is under way in the US and the results are bad. Entering this week, brokers’ analysts were expecting
first-quarter earnings for S&P 500 companies to come in 35.3 per cent below their level of last year’s first quarter.
They are on course for a seventh consecutive quarterly decline, according to Thomson Reuters.
Short View: Deflating the earnings bubble
27 April 2009
, by John Authers, Investment editor (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/eb41a4a6-3351-11de-8f1b-00144feabdc0.html?ftcamp=rss

IMF says national deficits to remain sky-high
26 April 2009
, by Chris Giles and Krishna Guha in Washington  (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/79de92aa-329e-11de-8116-00144feabdc0.html

I.M.F. Planning to Sell Bonds to Finance New Loans
25 April 2009
, by Edmund L. Andrews - Washington (infowars)
http://www.infowars.com/mutant-flu-virus-is-found-that-resists-popular-drug/


FED

The Fed surprised many market participants in March by confirming it would buy longer-term Treasury debt.

What the Fed is considering at this week's meeting
27 April 2009
, (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53Q6KP20090427?sp=true


"The Fed said the tests conducted at major banks are aimed at ensuring the
institutions have enough capital in reserve to continue to lend in
potentially bleaker conditions, and are not a measure of banks' current
solvency."

I repeat: "NOT a measure of banks' current solvency."


"U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner announced plans to cleanse toxic
assets from banks' balance sheets."

I repeat: "PLANS to cleanse toxic assets"

FROM: U.S. sketches out bank tests, more capital needed
24 April 2009
, by Mark Felsenthal and Karey Wutkowski - Washington (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/ousivMolt/idUSTRE53N5FZ20090425?sp=true

Banks will need to hold more capital
Dual US stance on valuing bank securities
26 April 2009
, by Krishna Guha in Washington and Aline van Duyn in New York (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/073cc40c-3293-11de-8116-00144feabdc0.html

Bear, AIG Dumped $74 Billion in Subprime, CDOs on Fed (Update1)
24 April 2009
, By Mark Pittman (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601109&sid=aP2XyOHiRSGI&refer=home

CFR Corporate Members Get Lion's Share of Bailout Funds
23 March 2009
, by Thomas R. Eddlem (The New American) 
Monday, 23 March 2009
http://www.thenewamerican.com/economy/commentary-mainmenu-43/915


INDUSTRY

METALS-Copper falls with equities, flu fears remain
28 April 2009
, by Rebekah Curtis - London (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/swineFlu/idUSLS95459020090428?feedType=RSS&feedName=swineFlu&virtualBrandChannel=10521&sp=true

OPEC weekly oil prices drop below $50 again
27 April 2009
, (www.chinaview.cn)
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-04/27/content_11268147.htm


MARKET FALL ON FLU FEARS (REUTERS)

UAE bans pork imports to combat swine flu
30 April 2009
, Dubai (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/swineFlu/idUSLU941518?feedType=RSS&feedName=swineFlu&virtualBrandChannel=10521

Asian stocks fall on swine flu, U.S. bank worries
28 April 2009
, by Eric Burroughs - Hong Kong (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/swineFlu/idUSTRE53N6EG20090428?feedType=RSS&feedName=swineFlu&virtualBrandChannel=10521&sp=true

FACTBOX: Impact on Asian industry if flu virus spreads
27 April 2009
, (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSTRE53Q0E620090427?sp=true

SCENARIOS-Market fallout if swine flu outbreak worsens
http://r.reuters.com/fuz54c
Flu fears spur Wall St sell-off; futures fall late
http://r.reuters.com/vyw54c
Chile peso, stocks fall on swine flu jitters
http://r.reuters.com/vew54c
CANADA STOCKS-Resources lead slide on TSX as flu fears swirl
http://r.reuters.com/buw54c
Argentine stocks, bonds fall flu worries
http://r.reuters.com/tew54c
Oil extends losses, falls below $50 on flu fears
http://r.reuters.com/fyz54c
Asian stocks fall as swine flu worries deepen
http://r.reuters.com/gyz54c
HK shares slip back into losses on swine flu fears
http://r.reuters.com/puz54c
Swine flu is new blow for crisis-hit Mexico
http://r.reuters.com/xug54c
Flu concerns, bank woes knock Europe shares lower
http://r.reuters.com/xed64c
HK stocks fall on flu, finance worries; ICBC up
http://r.reuters.com/baf64c
FOREX-Yen jumps on US bank concerns, flu fears
http://r.reuters.com/qad64c
Swine flu timing "could not be worse" for airlines
http://r.reuters.com/red64c
Swine Flu Affects Travel Stocks
http://r.reuters.com/had64c
Europe stocks extend losses on flu worries, bank woes
http://r.reuters.com/syc64c
Short Term Swine Flu Trades
http://r.reuters.com/wyc64c
FTSE down on concerns over swine flu, bank capital
http://r.reuters.com/tyc64c


EUROZONE

Eurozone unemployment rises to 8.9% in March
30 April 2009
, Brussels (Xinhua - www.chinaview.cn)
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-04/30/content_11290673.htm

GERMANY

Germany slashes 2009 growth forecast
29 April 2009
, by Bertrand Benoit in Berlin (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/38564444-34a7-11de-940a-00144feabdc0.html

Germany's slumping output
29 April 2009
, by Lex Column (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/1/acd03e8e-34ce-11de-940a-00144feabdc0.html

U.K.

[marketing giant] WPP warns on full-year profits as sales tumble
April 28 April 2009
, by Helen Power and Dan Sabbagh (Times Online)
http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/industry_sectors/media/article6183699.ece#cid=OTC-RSS&attr=1185799

More than half of companies to freeze wages
April 27 2009
, by Christine Buckley, Industrial Editor (The Times)
http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/economics/article6175266.ece

Warning over UK derivatives backlash
26 April 2009
, by Jeremy Grant in London (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/d0609d34-32a9-11de-8116-00144feabdc0.html?ftcamp=rss


CHINA


[China’s largest oil and gas producer and world’s second-most valuable oil and gas producer after Exxon Mobil]
PetroChina reports 35% fall in earnings
28 April 2009
, by Kathrin Hille in Beijing  (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/ebe5b99e-339f-11de-8f1b-00144feabdc0.html


JAPAN

Bank of Japan slashes forecasts
30 April 2009
, by Michiyo Nakamoto in Tokyo (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/b6bb3582-352a-11de-940a-00144feabdc0.html
 
Japan's economy to sink into worse recession
30 April 2009
, by Qi Wei - Tokyo (Xinhua - www.chinaview.cn)
http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/2009-04/30/content_11290665.htm

Japan Retail Sales Drop for Seventh Month on Job Woes (Update1)
27 April 2009
, by Toru Fujioka (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601068&sid=aVPukxmpOKaA&refer=economy

[Japanese Government Bonds] GBs surge as equities fall amid U.S. bank worries
28 April 2009
, by Masayuki Kitano - Tokyo (Reuters)
http://www.reuters.com/article/swineFlu/idUST9116920090428?feedType=RSS&feedName=swineFlu&virtualBrandChannel=10521&sp=true

Japan predicts record fall in output
27 April 2009
, by Michiyo Nakamoto in Tokyo (The Financial Times)
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/c4342f9c-32e2-11de-8116-00144feabdc0.html

"The inflation report next week may signal the start of deflation in Japan"
Japan’s Bonds Complete Second Week of Gains as Stocks Decline
25 April 2009
, by Theresa Barraclough (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=abUqXv0h6TAE


AUSTRALIA

Derivatives Hit Austrian Railroad With Record Loss (Update1)
29 April 2009
, by Zoe Schneeweiss (Bloomberg)
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aELh5FTAj5jc&refer=home
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WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #7 on: June 16, 2013, 02:18:41 PM »
WORLD ECONOMY - GLOBAL CUTTING GROWTH FORECASTS - Headlines May till Today JUNE 16th

WORLD ECONOMY

- World Bank cuts 2013 global growth estimate
- Goldman Confirms Global Slowdown Is Deepening
- Total World Debt Load at 313% of GDP
- Global Free Cash Flow And Capital Spending Contract To 2010 Levels
- Rich-poor divide accelerating, says OECD
- Pope Francis urges global leaders to end ‘tyranny’ of money
- Big Mac Index Shows Official CPI Underreports Inflation
- Emerging Markets Growing at Slowest Pace Since 2011, HSBC Says


- Mining-Equipment Maker Joy Global Sales Dropped 12%; cuts year view
- Caterpillar North America Sales Collapse Suggests US Economy Back To 2010 Levels
- Caterpillar leads declines in Q1 revenue for Dow components
- Tanker Rates Fall a Third Day as Glut Offsets Increased Charters
- Alstom, world’s third-largest power-equipment maker, Cuts Margin Forecast

GLOBAL CUTTING GROWTH FORECASTS

- IMF cuts growth forecast for China
- Morgan Stanley to UBS Cut China Growth Forecasts After May Data
- IEA Cuts Demand Forecast for OPEC Crude as China Cools
- Taiwan Cuts 2013 GDP Growth Forecast as Global Recovery Falters
- Economists lower Singapore 2013 growth forecast
- South Korea revises first-quarter GDP growth lower
- Australia cuts economic growth forecasts: report
- EU predicts Eurozone recession to continue in 2013, unemployment to stay high
- German Economy’s Growth Outlook Cut by IMF
- Deutsche Bank Cut by JPMorgan on Concern Over Capital
- Bundesbank Cuts Growth Forecasts For Germany
- Siemens Cuts 2013 Outlook
- Norway cuts growth estimates
- IMF Cuts France Growth Forecast
- South Africa GDP Growth Forecast Is Going To Be Cut: Central Bank
- South Africa’s GDP Grows at Slowest Pace Since Recession – Cut GDP Forecast
- Brazil Economists Forecast 2013 Growth Below 3% for First Time
- Brazil Economists Cut 2013 GDP Growth for Third Week to 2.77%
- Brazil Real Trades at 2013 Low as Analysts Cut Growth Outlook
- Central Bank Survey Cuts Brazil’s Manufacturing Output Growth Forecast
- Bank of Spain sees further contraction in 2Q
- Italy to Contract More Than EU Forecasts Amid Slump, Istat Says


THE RATING AGENCIES

- Qatar, UAE Upgraded as Greece Lost Developed Market Classification
- Brazil Rating Outlook Cut to Negative by S&P on Sluggish Growth
- Egypt Cut to Record Low at S&P
- Slovenia’s Credit Rating Cut By Fitch as Economy Sours
- Mexico’s largest construction company Downgraded by Moody’s
- Worse-Than-Cyprus Debt Load Means Caribbean Defaults to Moody’s
- U.S. Faces Downgrade in 2013 Without Budget Deal, Moody’s Warns
- Moody’s downgrades Slovenia to ‘junk’ bond rating
- Moody’s cuts J.C. Penney further into junk
- Moody’s cuts Merck credit rating, noting buybacks
- Moody’s Cuts UK’s Co-Op Bank Rating to Junk Status – May Reduce Ratings Further

These Headlines don’t need any further comment because they speak for themselves other than to say that remember that these Headlines are only from May till today, amazing.

March 2013 the downfall acceleration begun and we’re still in it!


U.S.

- American Households On Foodstamps Climb To New Record
- Number of homeless Americans rising

- Mohamed El-Erian: U.S. Economy Weakening Yet Again
- U.S. Wholesale Prices Rise More Than Forecast on Fuel, Food
- Subprime 2.0 – Auto Loan Deliquency Balances Rise 24% YoY
- Budget Deficit in U.S. Widened in May as Spending Increases 10%
- The Fed is now buying 75% of all new Treasury issuances
- Former Fed Governor Warsh Admits “There Is No Plan B”
- Bill Black: Pres. Obama cannot expect growth with policies of austerity


JOBS

- U.S. Labor Force 63% Participation Rate Lowest Since 1979
- The change in real US wages has never been worse
- U.S. Unemployment Rate Climbs to 7.6% – Real U.S. Unemployment is 23%
- Volcker Says Jobless Rate to Remain Above 6% for Two Years

- Employers post fewer job openings but quits increase
- Official jobless claims climb 10,000 in latest week
- Drop in Job Openings Tempers U.S. Hiring Prospects
- Jobless Claims in U.S. Climb May 31, 2013
- Claims for jobless benefits rise sharply
- ADP Says U.S. Companies Employed Fewer Workers Than Forecast

CONSUMER

- Consumer Spending in U.S. Unexpectedly Declined in April
- Unemployment Benefit Cut Adds to Drag on U.S. Spending
- Consumer-credit growth slows in March
- Overdraft charges now 60% of checking fees
- U.S. households whittle down debt again
- U.S. consumer spending slows in March
- Obama Quietly Raises ‘Carbon Price’
- Obamacare To Double Cost Of Insurance For Average Californian

MANUFACTURING

- U.S. Manufacturing ‘Unexpectedly’ Contracted In May
- Huge Manufacturing ISM Miss And Lowest Print Since June 2009
- U.S. May flash manufacturing PMI signals weakness
- Philly Fed Turned Sharply Negative In May
- U.S. factory orders down 4.0% in March
- ISM services index slows in April
- Manufacturing in U.S. Expands at Slowest Pace This Year
- U.S. Manufacturing Slows in April
- Chicago PMI slumps to 3.5-year low
- Dallas Fed Implodes: Biggest Drop & Miss On Record Send Market To Intraday Highs

INTEREST RATES

- U.S. Mortgage Rates Rise for a Sixth Straight Week
- 10 and 30-year yield highest since April 2012
- U.S. 30-year yields to the highest level in more than a year
- Jim O’Neill Says Get Used to U.S. Yields Nearer 4% Than 2%
- Mortgage-Bond Yields Approach 14-Month High After Jobs Report
- 30-year mortgage rate highest in a year – Market taking on new characteristics?
- BOE's Haldane: "We've Intentionally Blown The Biggest Bond Bubble In History"

HOMES

- U.S. Homeownership Rate Falls to Lowest Since 1995
- Hugely Negative Real Interest Rates Fuel Yet Another Housing Bubble
- Lew sees loosening of underwriting standards
- Foreclosures Jump as Banks Bet on Rising U.S. Home Prices
- U.S. housing starts drop 16.5% in April
- Construction-worker confidence declines in March
- Construction Spending Decreases on U.S. Government Slump
- Lumber Enters Bear Market
- Is Lumber The New Baltic Dry? – Baltic Dry at 900

SOUTH-AMERICA

- Venezuelan Economic Growth Slowed More Than Forecast to 0.7%
- Peru’s GDP Grows at Slowest in Three Years as Investment Eases
- Brazil Economists Forecast 2013 Growth Below 3% for First Time
- Euro-Style Bail-In Plan Means Bondholder Wipe-Out: Brazil Credit
- Chile Economy Grows Less Than Forecast as Investment Boom Wanes
- Chile March economic activity growth slowest in 20 months

EURZONE & THE CORE

- Europe Not Even Half Way Through Crisis, HSBC Says
- ECB’s “Unlimited, Open-Ended” Bond Purchase Program Gets A €524 Billion Limit
- Recession In The 17-Nation Euro Region Is Deepening
- Eurozone Inflation Jumps in May Even As Employment Drops
- Euro-Zone PMI Still Firmly In Contraction – 0.2% Economic Decline In Q2 Likely
- Euro zone contracts for record sixth quarter
- EU economies to breach deficit limits as economic picture darkens
- EU predicts Eurozone recession to continue in 2013, unemployment to stay high
- Euro-Area Manufacturing Contracted for 21st Month in April
- Euro-Area Unemployment Increases to Record 12.1% Amid Recession
- Euro-Area Economic Confidence Falls More Than Forecast
- Europe Raids 3 Companies In an Inquiry On Oil Price Manipulations
- Large depositors not protected in new EU draft law


GERMANY

- Bundesbank Cuts Growth Forecasts For Germany
- Germany April Factory Orders Plunged 2.3% From March
- German Retail Sales Unexpectedly Decline in April
- German CapEx on machinery is falling at a rate faster than during the Tech bust
- German First-Quarter Growth Damped by Construction, Investment
- German Ghost Port Shows Container Cargo Slowdown Enduring
- German Unemployment Climbs

THE NETHERLANDS

- The Netherlands: Excessive Amount Of Bankruptcies In 2013
- Dutch Economy Weaker Than Previously Thought – 0.8% GDP Shrinkage This Year
- Dutch Existing Homes In April nearly 8% Lower YoY
- The Economist: Dutch house prices still 33% too high vs Income, France 34%
- Dutch Unemployment has risen to 8.2% in April
- Dutch economy shrinks more than expected
- Rabobank Self-financing Problems Getting More Serious By The Day
- Belgium: April Eleventh Consecutive Month of Record Bankruptcies
- Austria GDP flat in quarter, down 0.7% on year

SWEDEN & FINLAND

- Sweden Industrial Output Declines as Domestic Demand Falters
- Swedish Confidence ‘Unexpectedly’ Slumps as Unemployment Weighs
- Sweden Manufacturing Shrinks as Job Cuts Grow on Krona Surge
- Finnish Economy Enters Recession as Euro Slump Saps Output

FRANCE

- French Jobless Claims Rise
- France Private Sector Implosion Continues
- Renault Expects European Car Market to Decline 5% This Year
- Peugeot Citroen cuts French production by 36%
- French Industrial Output Dropped in March
- Air France-KLM Loss Widens Significantly

ITALY

- Italian Industrial Output ‘Unexpectedly’ Falls for Third Month
- Italian Economy Contracts as French Confidence Stalls
- Italy Jobless Rate Reaches 12%, 36-Year-High Amid Recession
- Italian Bad Loans Re-Accelerate – Up 21.7% YoY
- Fiat Industrial cuts 2013 view after weak quarter

U.K.
- U.K. Commercial Construction Applications Extend Decline
- U.K. construction output lowest since 1998, says Office for National Statistics
- U.K. April Consumer Confidence ‘Unexpectedly’ Declines

EUR-ZONE PERIPHERY

- Poland Doubles 2014 Budget-Deficit Forecast on Slowdown
- Poland’s Surprise Retail Slump Prompts Rate Setter Easing Call
- Polish Manufacturing Falls Most in 45 Months on Slowdown
- Hungary Industry Output Shrinks for Sixth Month in March
- Czech GDP Falls Most Since 2009 as Exports Stop Boosting Economy
- Czech Output Decline Signals Prolonged Recession
- Slovenia Bank Rescue at 20% GDP Means No Escaping EU Aid – Bail-In
- Estonia’s Central Bank Cuts 2013 Economic Forecasts on Exports
- Latvia Joins Greece In Deflation As EU Inflation Slumps
- Latvian GDP Growth Slows More Than Forecast on Manufacturing
- IMF OKs €39 million loan for Bosnia

- Spain’s Debt Surges To Record High At Accelerating Pace
- Spanish Recession Evidence Mounts As Rajoy Seeks 2 Year Budget Cut Reprieve
- Spanish debt at record high – Unemployment soared past 27%
- The Ugly Truth Behind Spain’s First Trade Surplus In Over 40 Years
- Spain is officially insolvent: get your money out while you still can
- House price falls worsen in Greece and Spain
- Portugal’s unemployment rate hits 18%

- Greek youth unemployment hits 64%
- Greece unemployment hits highest rate in European Union – 27%

CHINA

- Even China’s own bogus data show slowing of growth
- China Lending Data May Be Overstated, Credit Suisse Says
- China Export Gains Seen Halved With Fake-Data Crackdown
- China Growth Limited by Struggling Small Manufacturers
- Chinese economy plunge at its fastest rate since March 2011
- China Manufacturing ‘Unexpectedly’ Contracts in Blow to Growth
- China manufacturing swings to contraction: HSBC
- China Has Weakest Domestic Oil Demand In Eight Months
- Artificial Growth Exhibit A: China’s Inventory Stockpiling Hits All Time High
- China Copper Imports Drop to 22-Month Low as Export Slump
- China Banks’ Bad Loans Spread Beyond Government Debt
- China Luxury Car Market Declines a whopping 80% YoY
- China Resources Profit Drops 61% on Costs, Weak Consumption
- Chinese Power Consumption Collapses: Economic Growth Slowest Since Early 2009
- China’s Data Manipulation In One Chart
- Hong Kong Economy Grows Less-Than-Forecast 0.2% as China Slows
- China Credit Shock Dead Ahead As Delinquent Loans Surge By 29%
- China’s Import Data Doubted by Nomura as Tariff Revenue Slumps
- Base Metals Decline as China Producer Price Drop Deepen
- China’s service-sector gauge slips back in April
- China’s Inland Provinces Report Slower Growth in First Quarter
- China manufacturing growth stalling: HSBC data
- China Manufacturing Gauge Signals Slowdown Persisting
- China Industrial Profit Growth Slows as Economic Recovery Wanes
- Chinese Companies Drop in Hong Kong on Slower Growth

JAPAN

- Japan core machinery orders fall 8.8% in April
- Japan: Machine Tool Orders drop 24.1% in April

- Land Of The Rising Bail In: Deposit Confiscation Coming To Japan Next
- Large Risk of Instability in Japan; Rates Climb Even With Japan Buying 70%
- Japan Capital Spending Fell 5.2% YoY – Company Spending Dropped 4.9%
- Japan Hurt by Lack of Business Spending
- Hitachi full-year profit down 49.5%
- Panasonic posts second year of massive losses
- Sharp to cut 5,000 jobs under revival plan
- Sony Outlook Misses Estimates as Samsung Challenge Stalls
- Japan Utilities May Raise Prices as Reactors Sit Idle
- Japan-to-Korea Output Misses Estimates as Taiwan Cools
- Japan Auto Sales Fell 7.3% In May YoY
- Japan industrial output, retail sales disappoint

AUSTRALIA

- Australia cuts economic growth forecasts: report
- Australia’s Slowest Growth Since ’11 Spurs Rate-Cut Bet
- Australia Resource Jobs Fall
- Australia manufacturing contracts further in May
- Australian Banks Drop Most in Three Years From Record High
- Australia capital spending slows sharply
- Ford to Close Australian Car Plants in 2016 on High Costs
- Australian Retail Sales Decline as Job Outlook Weakens
- Australia: Gillard Faces A$17 Billion Revenue Shortfall as Labor Trails
- Australia April Services Industry Gauge Drops by Most in a Year
- Swan Says Australia Will Remain in Deficit Longer Than Forecast
- Australia Manufacturing Gauge Plunged to Four-Year Low in April
- Australian mining investment is likely to fall by 20% in the next four years

ASIA

- Taiwan manufacturing swings to contraction
- Taiwan’s Economy Expanded Slower Than Estimated Last Quarter
- South Korea jobless rate up in May
- Vietnam Says Economy at Great Risk of Macroeconomic Instability
- Thai Growth Missing Estimates

INDIA

- India’s industrial-output growth slowed in April
- India’s economy expanded less than 5% for a second straight quarter



Bottoms Up-Line: Terror and the case for Stagflation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqn2GGKnPEs

I think we’ve seen constant Stagflation caused partly by money devaluation trough printing, partly trough the FED blowing bubbles (Bond Bubble, Stock Market Bubble for example) with their cheap money. Oil stays stubbornly high, higher taxes in all countries for austerity measurements, freezing and lowering wages every were while higher costs for almost everything. Pension funds are slowly but gradually destroyed predicting a poor future.

The real economy is sucked dry by all this and deleveraging is still going on. Credit is tight, banks don’t want to lend, consumers don’t want to spend. Essentially we’re in a debt spiral in which ever higher debts are causing an ever shrinking economy, since late 2007 now. Low rates destroy enormous amounts of future capital and together with the pension funds dismantled it forecasts a dire future.

Stagflation***: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stagflation , a portmanteau of stagnation and inflation, is a term used in economics to describe a situation where an inflation rate is high, the economic growth rate slows down, and unemployment remains steadily high. It raises a dilemma for economic policy since actions designed to lower inflation may exacerbate unemployment, and vice versa.

***Proof of stubborn Inflation See Headlines Marked In Red Ink Above
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WHERE'S THERE A CRASH?

WORLD ECONOMY - GLOBAL CUTTING GROWTH FORECASTS - Headlines JULY

- IMF Reduces Global Growth Outlook


CHINA
- Asian Development Bank Trims Developing Asia Growth Forecasts on China Slowdown
- Copper Futures Decline as China’s GDP Expansion Eases
- Cosco Shipping Loss Triples in Latest Sign of Weak China Profits
- China exports fall 3.1%
- China Faltering Demand Proved as Producer Prices Slump
- Presenting China's First Too Big To Fail "Lack Of Liquidity" Casualty
- Citi cuts China GDP growth view for 2013, 2014
- Copper Declines as China Concern Clouds the Outlook for Demand
- One-Third of China Shipyards Face Closure as Vessel Orders Slump
- China PMI Drops To Lowest In 9 Months
- South Korea industrial output unexpectedly swinging back to contraction
- India's industrial output shrinks in May - Inflation Rises!

U.S.
- Goldman Joins JPM In Cutting Q2 GDP To 1% Stall Speed
- JPMorgan Slashes Q2 GDP By Half To 1%
- Barclays Cuts Q2 U.S. GDP Forecast To 0.6%
- Barclays cuts U.S. Q2 GDP forecast after trade deficit widening
- BofA Boosts 10-Year Yield Forecast to 3% - Goldman Sees Hitting It 4% by 2016
- U.S. economic growth gauge falls to lowest since January
- U.S. Corporate Creditworthiness Deteriorating At The Fastest Pace Since 2009
- U.S. economy’s first-quarter growth slashed to 1.8% from 2.4%

SOUTH-AMERICA
- Brazil economic activity index drops in May - Inflation Accelerated!
- Brazil Economists Cut GDP Outlook Below 3% This Year and Next
- Brazil Heading for Recession! – Industrial production shrank more than forecast
- Brazil Sees Unfavorable Inflation Outlook, Slower Growth in 2013
- Chile Growth Slows - Inflation Rises!
- Slowest Growth Since 2004 Strikes Dominican Republic’s Economy

EURO-ZONE
- European car sales slumped to a two-decade low - Exports fell for a second month
- European Financial Stability Facility's (EFSF) Downgraded To AA+
- IMF lowers euro-zone view
- Euro zone shrank for a seventh straight quarter!!!
- French PPI falls 1.2% in May from April - Q1 public debt reaches 91.7% of GDP
- Fitch strips France of AAA rating
- S&P Downgrades Italy From BBB+ From BBB
- U.K. GDP Revisions Show GDP Shrank More Than Estimated, -7.2% From -6.3%

GERMANY
- Blinded By Optimism, German Economy Now Below Stall Speed
- German Factory Orders, Industrial Output and Exports Drop In May
- German machinery orders slump in May
- Barclays, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank Ratings Cut by S&P

Do the banksters know what's comin?

- Wells Fargo, HSBC Among Banks Filing FDIC ‘Living Wills’

- BIS lays out plan for how to handle bank failures - Bail-in Plan Included!!!
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AND WHERE’S THERE A FUNDING?
« Reply #9 on: July 22, 2013, 03:14:13 PM »
AND WHERE’S THERE A FUNDING? ;)
http://youtu.be/EYa_fhLkg5c?t=10s

9/11 Plot Revealed in 1996 Movie: The long Kiss Goodnight
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wp3ZmCEOmeA
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WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!! - UPDATE HEADLINES MAY TILL TODAY
« Reply #10 on: September 13, 2013, 04:17:35 AM »
UPDATE HEADLINES MAY TILL TODAY, September 13, 2013

CUTTING U.S. FORECAST
- IMF sees downside risks to the U.S. economy
- Goldman Joins JPM In Cutting Q2 GDP To 1% Stall Speed
- JPMorgan Slashes Q2 GDP By Half To 1%
- Barclays Cuts Q2 U.S. GDP Forecast To 0.6%
- Barclays cuts U.S. Q2 GDP forecast after trade deficit widening
- U.S. economic growth gauge falls to lowest since January
- U.S. economy’s first-quarter growth slashed to 1.8% from 2.4%

U.S. LABOR
- Labor Force Participation Rate Plunges To 1978 Levels - 63.2%
- U.S. Labor Force 63% Participation Rate Lowest Since 1979
- BLS, We Have A Problem: Polled Unemployment Soars To March 2012 Levels
- Households On Foodstamps Rise To New Record High

- US Consumer Bankruptcies Jump By Most In Three Years
- Subprime Squeezed as Auto-Lender Costs Increase
- U.S. Small Business Is Going Nowhere
- Small business hiring falls again in June
- U.S. Services sector sees slower growth in June

U.S. INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION
- Bookings for durable goods declined 7.4%
- Durable-Goods Drop Imperils Outlook for U.S. GDP Pickup
- Durable Goods Crater: Biggest Miss Since August 2012
- Capital Goods Shipments Fall by 0.3%
- Industrial production unexpectedly flat in July
- Philly Fed Drops Most In 9 Months
- Industrial Production Misses For 4th Month In A Row
- Caterpillar Cuts Forecast as Profit Misses Estimates on Mining
- Collapse In Caterpillar North American Sales Not Helping Bernanke's "Recovery"
- New York ISM Collapse – Fastest 2-month drop in 4 years to the lowest in 4 years
- Chicago PMI Plummets By Most In Over 4 Years
- U.S. industrial output flat in May - Sector has seen little growth this year

U.S. INFLATION
- Wholesale prices surge in June on gas spike - Mark second straight increase
- U.S. Wholesale Prices Rise More Than Forecast on Fuel, Food


U.S. TREASURIES
- SocGen hikes year-end 10-year yield call to 3.25% from 2.75%
- BofA Boosts 10-Year Yield Forecast to 3% - Goldman Sees Hitting It 4% by 2016
- Pimco Reduces Holdings of Treasuries in Flagship Fund to 35% in August
- Pimco Cut Treasuries Holdings in May to Lowest in Two Months
- Increasing Rates "Reduced The Remaining Refinance Opportunity By More Than 50%"
- Dollar Sales By Emerging-Market Central Banks and dollar sales mean liquidating Treasuries
- * We Just Witnessed The Largest Sales Of Treasuries By Foreigners In 6 Years
- Bond Funds Losing $60 Billion Foreshadow Risk of Fed Exit
- U.S. Net Outflow of Long-Term Securities Rises to $37.3 Billion
- Bond Funds Lose $30.3 Billion in August in Big ‘Shift’
- Treasuries May Post Losses for 3 Years, Goldman’s Beinner Says
- U.S. Sells TIPS With Positive Yield for First Time Since 2011

U.S. MORTGAGES
- Bonds Tied to Mortgages Poised for the Biggest Losses Since 1994
- 30-year-mortgage rate soars to almost 2-year high
- Zillow: 30-year mortgage rate up for 5th week in 6
- U.S. Mortgage Rates for 30-Year Loans Rise to 2-Year High
- Mortgage Rates in U.S. Jump to Highest Level in Two Years
- Mortgage-Bond Yields Surge in Largest Weekly Increase Since 2009
- U.S. Mortgage Rates Rise for a Sixth Straight Week
- BofA Cuts Jobs as Mortgage Slump Traps JPMorgan, Wells Fargo
- Wells Fargo Downgraded - Rising Mortgage Rates
- Wells Fargo, HSBC Among Banks Filing FDIC ‘Living Wills’

U.S. HOME SALES
- Mortgage Applications Collapse To Lowest In 19 Months
- Mortgage Activity Plunges 50% To April 2011 Levels
- Home-Loan Applications for New Houses Fall 15%, MBA Says
- New Home Sales Crater To Lowest Since October
- U.S. Pending home sales slip in June
- Foreclosures Jump as Banks Bet on Rising U.S. Home Prices

CANADA
- Canada Factory Material Costs Rise Fastest in Two Years on Fuel
- Canada Wholesale Sales Fall From Record in Widespread Drop


EURO-ZONE
- IMF lowers euro-zone view
- ECB forecasters cut view for euro-zone growth
- Euro-Zone Sixth Consecutive GDP Contraction – 0.3% in Q1
- Euro zone shrank for a seventh straight quarter!!!
- Europe’s Annual Unemployment Rate Change - Mapping Europe’s Sept. Un-Recovery
- Eurozone unemployment hits 12.1% fresh high with youth unemployment nearing 24%
- Euro Area Government Debt Rises To New Record High
- European Household Lending Plunges Most In 11 Months
- European car sales slumped to a two-decade low - Exports fell for a second month
- EU May new car registrations drop to 20-year low
- Eurozone Inflation Jumps in May Even As Employment Drops
- European Financial Stability Facility's (EFSF) Downgraded To AA+
- EU Unveils Bank-Crisis Plan With €55 Billion ($70 Billion) Fund
- Basel Group Finds “significant” Differences In Assesing Risk, Debt Write Downs


GERMANY
- German exports record unexpected fall in July – 1.1% in July from June
- German Industrial Output Dropped in July As Did Exports
- German Factory Orders Dropped An Higher Than Expected 2.7% in July from June
- German machinery orders plunge again in June
- Germany’s Retail Sales Unexpectedly Declined in June
- German Investor Confidence Unexpectedly Drops in July
- Siemens Cuts Profitability Forecast Amid Market Slowdown
- German Factory Orders, Industrial Output and Exports Drop In May
- German Multifamily-Home Sales to Slow From 2012’s Five-Year High
- Germans Let Cars Age as Consumers Halt Buying in Crisis
- German machinery orders slump in May
- German Inflation Accelerated for a Second Month in June To 2%
- German Manufacturing Slump Unexpectedly Worsens In June
- Bundesbank sees slower German growth this summer
- One in four Germans work in low-wage sector
- German Saver Lost €14 – €21 Billion On Low Interest Rates
- German 10-Year Bund Yield Climbed To Highest Level In 17 Months
- Deutsche Bank €12.3 billion ($16 billion) Capital Shortfall, JPMorgan Says
- Barclays, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank Ratings Cut by S&P
- Hoenig: Deutsche Bank 'horribly undercapitalized'

THE NETHERLANDS
- Dutch Unemployment Rose To 8,7%
- Dutch Existing Homes Declined 5% YoY in July 2013 - 20% from it’s peak Aug 2008
- Dutch House Prices Decline Accelerating!!! – Almost 10% YoY in June!!!
- Dutch Inflation 3.2%!!! - Euro Area annual inflation up to 1.6%
- Dutch Property sales halved in June
- No Economic Recovery For The Netherlands Next Year, ING predicts 0,1% GDP Growth
- Dutch Consumer Confidence Deteriorates as Recession Lingers
- Dutch Unemployment rose to 8.5% in June
- Dutch House Prices Fell 20,5% Since August 2008 Peak
- Dutch Unemployment To New 8.3% Record In May – Consumer Confidence Drops
- The Netherlands: Excessive Amount Of Bankruptcies In 2013
- Philips concerned about economic outlook

SCANDINAVIA
- Scandinavia’s Richest Economy (Norway) Stumbles
- Swedish Economy Unexpectedly Shrinks as Export Slump Deepens

FRANCE
- French Unemployment Rise To New Record
- France unemployment rate continues to climb
- French industrial output drops unexpectedly
- French industrial output drops sharply in June
- France's industrial output falls in May
- French PPI falls 1.2% in May from April - Q1 public debt reaches 91.7% of GDP
- Peugeot car registrations drop 17% in France
- French Power Equipment and Trains Maker, Alstom Orders Fall 32% on Less Demand
- Fitch strips France of AAA rating

ITALY
- Italy's economy contracts more than estimated
- Italy's central bank sees even steeper decline for economy - Minus 1.9% GDP
- Italian Housing Market Faces Ongoing Collapse
- Italy’s Industrial Output Fell An Annual 4.2% In May
- Italy service sector shrinks more than expected in August - PMI
- S&P Downgrades Italy From BBB+ From BBB; Full "Puffery" Statement

SPAIN
- EU’s Very Lax 6.5% Deficit Target Easily Past This Year by Spain
- Spanish Bad Loans Re-Spike To 50-Year High
- Insolvent Spain Forced To "Borrow" From Social Security Fund To Pay Pensions
- Spain’s public debt reaches 89.6% of its GDP in May
- Spanish inflation accelerates in June
- Spanish bad bank-debt ratio rises to 10.9%
- Spain's Debt Surges To Record High At Accelerating Pace
- House price falls worsen in Greece and Spain
- Qatar, UAE Upgraded as Greece Lost Developed Market Classification

U.K.
- U.K. GDP Revisions Show GDP Shrank More Than Estimated, -7.2% From -6.3%
- U.K. Pensioners face huge losses from £1.5bn “bail in” plan to rescue the Co-Op
- Ireland Seeks An Other €10 billion ($13 billion) Credit Line From EU


ASIA
- Asian Development Bank Trims Developing Asia Growth Forecasts on China Slowdown
- Singapore Cuts Trade Outlook
- Economists lower Singapore 2013 growth forecast
- Taiwan export orders fall for fifth straight month
- Thailand's central bank cuts growth forecast
- Malaysia Cuts 2013 Growth Forecast

INDIA
- India on the brink of its own financial crisis
- India, Brazil, other emerging economies hit by currency rout
- India Central Bank Cuts Growth View ending March 31, 2014 to 5.5% from 5.7%
- India's industrial output shrinks in May - Inflation Rises!
- India’s industrial-output growth slowed in April

JAPAN
- Japan Manufacturing drops in June and July
- Japanese Car Sales in China Decline for Fourth Quarter
- Japan core machinery orders fall 8.8% in April

AUSTRALIA
- Australia’s Unemployment rose to a four-year high of 5.8%, from 5.7% in July
- Australia central bank cuts GDP growth forecast
- Australia's June home-building approvals fall 6.9%
- Australia Retail Sales Disappoint – Less Than Forecast in May
- Australia Cuts Commodity Export Earnings Outlook as Prices Drop
- New Zealand Economy Slows More Than Forecast Last Quarter

SOUTH KOREA
- South Korea PMI shows contraction for third month
- South Korea's auto exports decline in July
- South Korea industrial output unexpectedly swinging back to contraction
- South Korea jobless rate up in May

CHINA EMERGING
- Chinese Energy Companies Continue Canadian Acquisitions
- San Francisco Said to Discuss Making City Offshore Yuan Center
- BRICS agree to capitalize development bank at $100 bill - Rival World Bank & IMF
- Russia, China ink multi-billion dollar gas deal
- Australia approves China Molybdenum’s Northparkes Copper Mine deal
- Nagel Says Yuan Has Potential to Become Global Reserve Currency

SOUTH AFRICA
- S. Africa Second-Quarter Jobless Rate Increases to 25.6%
- S. Africa May Cut GDP Forecast to as Low as 2%
- South Africa Agrees to Repatriate Libya Funds Hidden in Country

BRAZIL
- Brazil Unemployment Rate Jumps More Than Expected to 6%
- Brazil economic activity index drops in May - Inflation Accelerated!
- Brazil Economists Cut GDP Outlook Below 3% This Year and Next
- Brazil Heading for Recession! – Industrial production shrank more than forecast
- Brazil Sees Unfavorable Inflation Outlook, Slower Growth in 2013
- Brazilian Swap Rates Climb On Higher Inflation Outlook, 5.86% from 5.83%
- Peru Heading for Deepest Slowdown in Decade, Kuczynski Says
- Slowest Growth Since 2004 Strikes Dominican Republic’s Economy

RUSSIA
- Russian Growth Forecasts Trimmed as Recession Risks Rise
- Russian New Car Sales Plunged 12% YoY In May
Ukraine’s GDP Contracted For The Fourth Quarter -1.1% YoY in Q2

Headlines May, July and June till the 16th
http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=247239.0

Deflationary
- Massive Fraud
- Bank Insolvencies
- Overindebtedness
- Real negative interest rates destroying savers/capital also from the future
- Stagnating and Declines Wages
- Record Unemployment – Record Foodstamps – No Jobs
- Record Bankrupties in Small, Medium and Even Big Businesses

When these bubbles burst very Deflationary
- Printing Press Bond Bubble – Higher Interest Rates – Skyrocketing Debt
- Printing Press Stock Market Bubble – Lower Company Value (No Consumers)
- Printing Press Housing Bubble – Declining Housing Prices (Again)

Inflationary
- Printing Press Dollar Bubble - Dollar Devaluation - Currency Wars - Hyperinflation
- High Oil which is in almost every product also food
- Devaluation of the Curriencies trough Printing Press – Currency Wars

THE CASE FOR STAGFLATION: A portmanteau of stagnation and inflation,
http://forum.prisonplanet.com/index.php?topic=247228.0
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WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!! - BANKSTERS MOLEG
« Reply #11 on: September 13, 2013, 06:11:51 AM »
By keeping zero interest rates and thus creating real negative interest rates the Fed is in fact making an even bigger sink-hole in the future by steeling money from savers.

Also think about the fact that there are also no future savings for any insurance company or pension fund to rely on.


Instead more debt is created in which the real economy already is totally disappearing as we speak.

The whole solution is a dilution so just let’s call it for what it is, one big fat lie!

With austerity on top it’s a perfect way to create a big black whole debt spiral because the debts were and are not diminished at all since 2008.

They’ve only have become bigger so even more un-payable while tax income stagnates with declining incomes.

So, better batten down the hatches cause i’ts freakin commin folks, the perfect storm!

BANKSTERS MOLEG

- On Top of that Banksters are feeding pension funds in the black hole

- On Top of that Banksters want to feed disowned legal property private bank deposits into their MOLEG

WHERE DOES IT FREAKIN END! WHEN ARE THE PEOPLE GONNA FREAKIN MOVE AND HIT ON THE STREETS!
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Re: WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!! - BANKSTERS MOLEG
« Reply #12 on: September 13, 2013, 07:58:54 AM »
By keeping zero interest rates and thus creating real negative interest rates the Fed is in fact making an even bigger sink-hole in the future by steeling money from savers.

Also think about the fact that there are also no future savings for any insurance company or pension fund to rely on.


Instead more debt is created in which the real economy already is totally disappearing as we speak.

The whole solution is a dilution so just let’s call it for what it is, one big fat lie!

With austerity on top it’s a perfect way to create a big black whole debt spiral because the debts were and are not diminished at all since 2008.

They’ve only have become bigger so even more un-payable while tax income stagnates with declining incomes.

So, better batten down the hatches cause i’ts freakin commin folks, the perfect storm!

BANKSTERS MOLEG

- On Top of that Banksters are feeding pension funds in the black hole

- On Top of that Banksters want to feed disowned legal property private bank deposits into their MOLEG

WHERE DOES IT FREAKIN END! WHEN ARE THE PEOPLE GONNA FREAKIN MOVE AND HIT ON THE STREETS!

LBR, all valid facts! and I concur that people need to RISE UP!

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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #13 on: September 13, 2013, 08:26:39 AM »


Well my cousin was over yesterday and used the internet to put some Baseball cards on craigslist. She has a whole wall stacked with boxes of sports cards. New and in boxes. I thought it may be a good time to explain about the Federal Reserve Bank. I had given her a copy of Ron Pauls "End the Fed" book.

I asked her "Did you read about the previous 6 banking collapses in US history that Ron Paul wrote about?

She said "Yes I read some of that book and know what it is about."  

 "The baseball cards are a good example of what happens when the guy with the printing press creates something of perceived value" I explained, " the market got flooded withe baseball cards and some people bought a lot of them thinking it was worth investing in. Then the kids started playing Pokemon and that became the thing."


" I remember that" Debby said.  

" That is what this deal in Syria is about. The guy with the printing press wants all the kids to keep trading baseball cards and some of the kids want the Pokemon cards. "

As soon as I brought up the foreign policy of the US Debby shut down and she became a knee jerk lib and went to her happy place.

"My Son (Jeremy)  was doing work for GreenPeace at a supermarket parking lot and an Older Woman drives up in a brand new Mercedes. This woman waved  for Jeremy to come to the car window.

She asked Jeremy what his petition was about and he told her it was from GreenPeace and it was about the disappearing BEES and would she like to know more?

The woman said no , but , it sounds like a great cause and today is your lucky day I want to give you a thousand dollars. Jeremy told her he could't take the money , but, she could fill out a pledge card.

So this Woman with the new Mercedes pledges $100 a month for life to GreenPeace and the bees. "

I explained to my cousin Debby that I have been to some Monsanto protests and never once did I see any GreenPeace folks talking about the bees or roundup blamed for the die off of bees.

I also told her that I have lived and worked in Newport Beach CA and I think them millionaires  have way too much money and not enough brains.

In the supermarket is where we vote on if the farmer uses GMO pesticides and herbicides. The opportunity to inform the voter at the supermarket parking lot in Newport Beach CA  was missed .

The Bees don't have any use for money but we need the pollination  services of the Bees.

 The woman with the Benz paid off the activist so she didn't have to think when she voted on Bees and the real economy.

Apparently GreenPeace is a-ok with that . The silence from the well funded environmental watchdog groups about Monsanto and Tepco etc. is deafening.

After hearing this my cousin Debby got so mad she left.  She took this as a personal insult of her son.

Bees still don't carry wallets . Wealth does not equal Smarts.  Anyone looking for Baseball cards?




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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #14 on: September 13, 2013, 09:34:01 AM »
Letbereal you give awesome information and the answer to your last question is when everyones money is worthless thats when the streets will fill unfortunately that is when its to late.

Nice post Jerry !

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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #15 on: September 13, 2013, 10:03:44 AM »
I would love to be wrong, Honor18.  

Most are aware this Syrian nonsense is really bad deal.
If some folks hit the curb to stop it at any cost I will be amazed.



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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #16 on: September 13, 2013, 10:11:18 AM »
I know what you mean .... I work as a Front Desk Manager at a Hotel and talk to everyday Joes on a daily basis and there is ALOT of ignorance in this country ...you want to know how all these corrupt politicians get awat with what they do ....... Do this job for a month and you would see that at a minimum 60% percent of the population at least in this country are beyond ignorant and sometimes I wonder how they are smart enough to drive across the country much less decide who they are voting on .... Its amazing and tragic and the same time

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Re: WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!! - BANKSTERS MOLEG
« Reply #17 on: September 13, 2013, 10:22:51 AM »

- On Top of that Banksters are feeding pension funds in the black hole

- On Top of that Banksters want to feed disowned legal property private bank deposits into their MOLEG

WHERE DOES IT FREAKIN END! WHEN ARE THE PEOPLE GONNA FREAKIN MOVE AND HIT ON THE STREETS!




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Re: WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!! - BANKSTERS MOLEG
« Reply #18 on: September 13, 2013, 02:40:03 PM »
LBR, all valid facts! and I concur that people need to RISE UP!

[Thanks for all the info  8)]

TnX, even I get overwhelmed sometimes when putting my daily info together and suddenly seeing the bigger picture not always seen as clear before because of my daily news hunt which is quiet intense on itself.


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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #19 on: September 14, 2013, 10:24:22 AM »
I could imagine ... Keep up the good work !

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« Reply #20 on: September 15, 2013, 10:59:43 AM »


I also told her that I have lived and worked in Newport Beach CA and I think them millionaires  have way too much money and not enough brains.

In the supermarket is where we vote on if the farmer uses GMO pesticides and herbicides. The opportunity to inform the voter at the supermarket parking lot in Newport Beach CA  was missed .

The Bees don't have any use for money but we need the pollination  services of the Bees.

 The woman with the Benz paid off the activist so she didn't have to think when she voted on Bees and the real economy.

Apparently GreenPeace is a-ok with that . The silence from the well funded environmental watchdog groups about Monsanto and Tepco etc. is deafening.

After hearing this my cousin Debby got so mad she left.  She took this as a personal insult of her son.

Bees still don't carry wallets . Wealth does not equal Smarts.  Anyone looking for Baseball cards?






Abby Martin interviews Maryam Henein  investigative journalist and director of the film 'The Vanishing of the Bees' about a phenomenon known as Colony Collapse Disorder, which not only threatens honeybees, but a $16 Billion food industry in the US.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1g8LD_YCjVk


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THE 'BIBLICAL' PERFECT STORM
« Reply #21 on: September 23, 2013, 11:04:59 PM »
THE 'BIBLICAL' PERFECT STORM

- Massive Fraud
- City's and Country's Insolvencies Via Fraudulently Imposed Very Toxic Bank Balance Sheets - Overindebtedness
- Stagnating and Declines Wages
- Record Unemployment – Record Foodstamps and No Jobs!
- Record Bankrupties in Small, Medium and Even Big Businesses
- Bursting Bond Bubble – Higher Interest Rates - Which Blows Up The $1000 Billion Derivatives Market - Skyrocketing Debt!
- Bursting Stock Market Bubble – Lower Company Value - No Consumers! (Buying up your own company stocks with funny money doesn't work forever)
- Bursting Housing Bubble – Declining Housing Prices - Again!
- High Oil (Which is in every product also food) - Thus High Food!
- Overnight Devaluation of the Dollar - Hyperinflation!
- WOIII - (Satanist Skull & Bones Kerry is working on that together with Hitlary C.)


This on top of Tsunami's, Fukushima's, Meteorites, Rain Flooding, Plaques, Cancer, Global Cooling also trough Vulcano's and what have you ...?

An Economic Collapse Of Biblical Proportions Is Coming. By Gregory Mannarino http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nbpv3e0fPKo

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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #22 on: September 24, 2013, 03:26:02 PM »
Well at least people didn't waste their vote.

I mean this all could have been avoided in America had Americans voted Constitution Party back in 2008, 2010, and 2012 but 3rd party prejudices keep us enslaved to banks so here we are.

You got what you voted for America.....

Now doesn't it seem like a waste now ?

How's that degree while you flip burgers and work that cash register ?

Your degree may go to waste but hey at least you don't think your vote did !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  SUCKER !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!! – HEADLINES SEPT-OCT, 3 2013

WORLD ECONOMY
- Global Growth Hopes Fade As Baltic Dry Drops Most In 11 Months
- IATA cuts 2013 airline industry profit forecast
- Largest Bank In World Announces Crash
- Biggest Raw-Materials Rally of Year Seen Stalling
- Unilever Sales Slowed in Third Quarter on Emerging Markets

WORLD WIDE UNEMPLOYMENT
- Merck cuts another 8,500 jobs
- Siemens to cut 15,000 jobs
- German jobless rate unexpectedly higher
- Italy: Youth Unemployment Above 40%!
- Belgian unemployment increased again in August – 9%
- Wells Fargo Cutting 1,800 More Jobs in Mortgage Business
- U.S. jobless claims rise 15,000 to 309,000
- The U.S. Bureau Of Labor Statistics Is Caught In A Lie
- Australia’s Unemployment rose to a four-year high of 5.8%, from 5.7% in July


U.S.
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- The Credit Bubble Is Not Only Back, It Is 94% Bigger Than In 2007
- Buffett Calls Fed History’s Greatest Hedge Fund
- Fed Cuts Economic Growth Forecast
- The FOMC ‘Unexpectedly’ Decided Not To Taper
- Darned if you do, darned if you don’t – The Fed’s Double-Bind
- U.S. Unemployment Falling for Wrong Reason Creates Fed Predicament
- Fixing the GDP by Changing the Definition of GDP
- House Passes $39 Billion Cut in Food-Aid Programs
- Congressional Budget Office Says Short-Term Deficit Cut Wont Avert Fiscal Crisis


- Trading in Junk Bonds Declines Most Since 2008: Credit Markets
- Refinancings Plummet After Worst Losses in 14 Years: Muni Credit
- Wall Street Owning Least Since 2002 Speeds Retreat: Muni Credit
- BONDAPOCALYPS NOW! Jefferies Profit Tumbles 83% on Plunge in Bond Trading
- City Pension Funding in 2012 Fell Most in 3 Years, Wilshire Says
- S&P cuts Chicago outlook on pension concerns

U.S. INDUSTRIES
- Q3 Earnings Warnings Second-Worst Since 2001
- Service Industries in U.S. Grow at Slower Pace Than Forecast
- GM Vehicle Sales Collapse 11%
- Domestic Vehicle Sales Plunge; Miss By Most Since Jan 2009
- As Goes Walmart; So Goes America
- J.C. Penney sinks to lowest level since 1982
- Diamond Foods fourth-quarter loss widens
- Hertz cutting its forecast for full-year revenue and profit
- Ford Says U.S. Auto Sales Pace Slowed After Labor Day Holiday
- Core Durable Goods, CapEx Both Miss; Revised Downward
- US PMI Misses Expectations To 3-Month Lows; Orders And Employment Tumble
- Caterpillar Global Sales Drop At Fastest Pace Since March
- Retail sales general merchandise stores fell 0.2% in August MoM and 0.3% YoY
- Industrial Production Misses For 5th Month In A Row
- Producer Prices in U.S. Rose 0.3% in August on Energy, Food
- Retail Sales Miss, Ex-Auto Unchanged; Building Materials, Clothing Sales Decline

U.S. HOUSING
- Key Pillar Of Housing “Recovery” Cracks As Private Equity Becomes Seller
- U.S. pending home sales fell for the third straight month in August
- Pending Sales of Existing Homes in U.S. Decreased 1.6% in August
- Federal Housing Administration Said to Take Taxpayer Subsidy
- Housing “Recovery” Endgame: 60% Home Purchases Cash-Only’s Cash Out!
- Median New Home Price Drops To Lowest Since January 2013
- Housing Starts, Permits Miss; Demand For Rental Units Continues Slide
- Homebuilder Sentiment Misses By Most Since April
- Mortgage Bonds Imperiled by $17 Billion of Sales
- Existing-Home Sales Declined
- Recent Cheap-Credit Fueled Housing Bubble Has Finally Popped!

I KNOW WHERE’S THERE A FUNDING ;) http://youtu.be/EYa_fhLkg5c?t=10s

EUROPE
- European Car Sales In 2013 Drop To “Record”, 23-Year Low
- Europe To Change “Deficit Calculation” To Make Economy Appear Stronger
- Euro-Zone Factory Growth Slows
- ECB Says Private Sector Loans Fell for a 16th Month


- German retail sales disappoint in August
- Goldman Slams Deutsche Bank Next, Expects “Severe Revenue/Profit Pressure”
- German Power Prices Surge to Near Seven-Month High on Fuel Costs


- Dutch Car Sales Fall 30% YoY
- Dutch Forced Home Sales Rose 34%!
- Dutch Existing Home Prices Declined 4.4% In August YoY
- Belgium: Never before So Many Companies Went Bust In One Month
- Swedish GDP Shrank 0.2% – More Than First Estimated In Last Quarter
- Croatia Credit Rating Cut to Junk by Fitch on Budget Deficit

- French industrial output drops unexpectedly

- Spain’s jobless claims rise in September
- Spain’s Retail Sales Fall 4.2%, 38 Consecutive Negative Months
- Spanish Bad Loans Surge To New Record High

- Italy Banks Face Capital Risk Amid Low Profit, IMF Says
- Italy’s economy contracts more than estimated
- Italian Housing Market Faces Ongoing Collapse

- U.K. Retail Sales Unexpectedly Fall as Food Plunges

BRICS
- Brazil’s Industrial Production ‘Unexpectedly’ Stalls in August
- Brazil Outlook Lowered to Stable by Moody’s as Growth Cools
- Brazil Economists Forecast Steeper Growth Slowdown Next Year
- Puerto Rico Cofina Cut to Negative Outlook by S&P on Economy

- IMF Cuts Russian Economy’s Growth Forecast
- Moody’s downgraded Ukrainian debt on Sept. 20 by one level to Caa1

- Singh’s Advisers Cut India GDP Forecast and Signal High Rates
- Pimco Sees Buffett’s India Dream Cut to Junk as Vote Looms

- Emerging Asia GDP Forecasts Cut :Asian Development Bank
- Faltering Chinese factory growth adds to rebound fears
- China Factory Gauge Unexpectedly Misses Preliminary Estimate
- China Beige Book Shows Slowdown, Opposite Official Data
- China growth forecast suffers downgrade :Barclays

- Thailand’s GDP growth view cut to 3.7%
- Singapore’s Home Sales Rebound to Be Short-Lived
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WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!! – HEADLINES OCT,3 Till Today
« Reply #24 on: October 10, 2013, 10:54:12 AM »
Just a quick Update here – The Headlines speak for themselves:

WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!! – HEADLINES OCT,3 Till Today

IMF Cuts Global Outlook (Again!)

UNEMPLOYMENT
- Alcatel-Lucent to announce 15,000 job cuts
- Siemens to cut 15,000 jobs
- Merck cuts another 8,500 jobs

U.S.
- Yellen to Be Named by Obama as First Female Fed Chairman https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7DSCFkw3xms
- States using mortgage settlement money for pet projects, budget shortfalls
- Jimmy Carter: Middle Class Today Resembles Past’s Poor
- Behaving Like A Losing Gambler: NC Increases Losing Hedge-Fund Bets for Pension
- Hedge Funds Expand Bets With Most Junk Since ’08: Credit Markets

BRAZIL
- Brazil’s 2e Largest Oil Company On Verge Of Biggest Corporate Bankruptcy Filing
- Moody’s cuts Brazil’s Petrobras, citing debt, cash-flow,outlook remains negative

EURO ZONE
- IMF Sees Business-Loan Losses of €250 ($338) Billion in EU Banks
- Eurostat: Euro area house prices down by 2.2% in Q2 YoY
- German Factory Orders ‘Unexpectedly’ Fall
- German Exports of goods dropped 5.4% YoY
- Bank of France trims third-quarter growth forecast
- U.K. electricity, gas prices to be raised by SSE

CHINA – ASIA
- The World Bank just sharply cut its forecast for Asian economic growth this year
- World Bank Cuts Developing East Asia GDP Forecasts on China
- Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Sees Growth Risks
- Chinese data knock air out of U.K.’s miners
- HSBC China September services PMI falls

- ECB and the People’s Bank of China establish a bilateral currency swap agreement
- Yuan Reserves Included In Taiwan Reserves Portfolio

… AND WHERE’S THERE A FUNDING? http://youtu.be/EYa_fhLkg5c?t=10s
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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #25 on: October 10, 2013, 11:51:33 AM »
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WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!

And (Austrian propaganda to the contrary notwithstanding) the primary cause of this unnecessary collapse is not "paper," but usury (i.e., P < P+I):

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WHEN MONEY EATS THE WORLD

by John McMurtry, Professor of Philosophy
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As the wheels come off the global market juggernaut, we need to understand that the unfolding collapse has been programmed into the machine. Stay the course of capital deregulation long enough and a truly momentous wreck is guaranteed. The fact is that our political and market leaderships have ensured no intelligent thought relating to the actual life needs of societies has been listened to for 15 years. "No alternative," they incanted without a break since the Reagan revolution of mindless govenment first began stripping social infrastructures by ever lower tax rates for the rich and 20% compound interest rates on public debt. Even now as the government of France pulls out of the MAI declaration of rights for unaccountable borderless capital, Ottawa is still prating about "sticking to its commitments" to the meltdown program.

The problem is a generalized mind-seizure. As money-to-more-money circuits have become increasingly autonomous, public consciousness has fetishized money demand as the sovereign authority of the world. The lifeblood of societies has been circulated away as fast as possible to "pay off deficits as a national emergency," "reduce social costs to attract investors," "cool down the employment rate to ward off currency devaluation," "deregulate the labour and resource markets economy for greater efficiencies," and so on. The litany for expropriation of societies' common heritage and infrastructure has been recited every hour for almost twenty years, and it has always and everywhere been the disguise for highly leveraged money sequences to feed on the social life substance across the planet.

But even as the meltdown progresses across continents, the unseen seat of the disease is not yet whispered—that money sequences are overloaded far beyond the capacity of social and environmental capacities to feed them, and that they increasingly attack life-serving functions to continue their decoupled cycles.

Because these money sequences are increasingly without productive outcome of any kind, redistribute more and more wealth to the economically parasitic while stripping the civil commons and the poor, and progressively demand ever more revenue extraction from social and environmental hosts, their reproduction has become increasingly incompatible with civil and planetary life.

The overloading of the life-system by ever more ravenous money sequences is, in truth, behind every crisis people face today in the global market—behind the stressing and breaking of the planetary environment's carrying capacities, behind government debt and deficit loads and crises across the world, behind the ceaseless mergers, acquisitions and job-sheddings by corporate finance departments, behind the speed-ups of every process of work and resource extraction, behind the privatization and enclosure of evolved civil commons in every culture, and behind now the Asian meltdown and the great slump of Japan.

We need not summarize all the symptoms. But consider some figures of money-demand aggregates increasing exponentially on life systems at every level, every new unit of the escalating load requiring "more competitive performance" or "more competitive cost cutting" from individual, social and environmental life-hosts, with no limit set to what will be demanded next.

Bear in mind that the meaning of "discounted cash flow," which is the moving line and reference body of global market value, means that what is today $100 in real terms is the same as $100 + compound interest in one year ($110), two years ($121), or 20 years from now as the starting base from which every "worthwhile enterprise" is calculated. The system is a horizonlessly expanding money-demand machine engineering all that lives to extract more money value from it.

If the victim societies melt under the "free circulation" of the hot money flows, then this is because they did not "adapt effectively." If the atmosphere itself can no longer hold the pollutants dumped into it, then this is the occasion for issuing "pollution credits" to make more business out of the earth's collapse.

Canada's Pension Plan itself is now being fed to the hungry money circuits. The reason is simple. Since money grows money, why not put our national pension funds into the global market to make it pay for future pensions. Consider the rate of multiplication. An input of $10,614 in 1955 yields an output of compound-interest-plus multification to $5,309,000 in 1998. That is, an over 500-times increase in what goes to "the investor" who performs no function in the increase, nor in the productive economy to receive this increase, nor in serving the life of any life organization to be entitled to all further exponential multiplication of this money demand seeking to be still more. This is called "market freedom."

In 1998, the combined money-demand value of US pension and mutual funds to whom this multiplication is promised was $9 trillion, or 30 times the net money worth of the US's 60 richest market agents, with more new money-demand then going into these funds every quarter than all the US super-rich own together. These were predicted to grow at a sustained or rising rate. At the same time, both British and Canadian national pension funds planned to redistribute all of their public funds into the global market of transnational money sequences as well, instead of as in the past lending to governments, investing in jobs for the young, or committing to any defence or growth of life at all. Meanwhile the poverty of children, dead-end youth prospects and the slips in environmental carrying capacity in both societies continued to climb.

During this collapse of life-system bearings and money-sequence metastasis, even the once mighty machine shop of the world, Japan, came to the end of the line. It reached the surplus money wall in the early 1990's, performing as a harbinger of the disorder few saw. When the speculatively driven prices or real estate and Nikkei stocks plunged, and the richest banks in the world could not find productive enterprises to invest in and steward as their successful automobile and electronic industries had done since 1950 by long-term, careful financial ministry planning, Japan's money sequences had no way out. When the hundreds of billions of uncommitted money demand first invaded and then exited Asian stocks and currencies in 1997-98, leaving societies there on average halved in their money access to means of existence, Japan was left with hundreds of billions of debt that could not be paid by the lenders, and with no advances behind the armed force of land clearances and forced borderless markets favoured by the US corporate axis.

Japan controlled $12 trillion in loose money with no real function to perform except to become more. But with its unmoored banks loaded with $1000 billions in bad loans, Japan's government naturally had to pump over $200 billion more in public funds to back up the decoupled financial circuits.

Robotically lock-stepping to the unhinged market paradigm, the IMF and the US government demanded still more borderless financial deregulation from Japan, just as they had prescribed for all the economies of Asia that had already been melted down by such financial deregulation. Japan's government, not recognizing the gallows wit and still locked in the paradigm themselves, promised "a big bang" of more deregulation in financial markets.

We've been getting the big bang now for a long time, and it only gets bigger.

When a long-dominant paradigm fails in its prescriptions, and it calls for more of its failed prescriptions to solve its failures, its circularity becomes terminal. What is not recognized is the underlying principle of the escalating failures: that financial crises always follow from money-value delinked from real value, which has many names but no understanding of what it is. Value is what serves life itself, and the global market paradigm has no place in its metric for the life factor at any level.

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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #26 on: October 10, 2013, 03:02:11 PM »
Time for a world boycott of central banking.

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The Non-Recovery Summup Latest Headlines
« Reply #27 on: October 31, 2013, 06:51:34 AM »
The Non-Recovery Summup Latest Headlines:

EUROPE
- Europe’s non-performing loans have increased to €1.2 trillion
- Euro area and EU28 government debt up to 93.4 % and 86.8% of GDP
- 13 Of 17 Reporting EU Companies Miss Revenues in Q3 So Far
- Euro-zone PMI falls in October

- German Unemployment Rises a Third Month as Growth Slows
- German consumer sentiment slips unexpectedly
- German retail sales come in weaker than expected
- Record Number of Dutch Stores Went Bankrupt

- Spain on Brink of Deflation, CPI Goes Negative
- Spanish Bad Loans Soar To New Record High
- Italy’s GDP will fall 1.8% in 2013
- Fiat Lowers 2013 Profit Target as Quarterly Earnings Decline
- French Services PMI Fell While Manufacturing PMI Hit A Four-Month Low

U.S.
- Congress To Eliminate The Debt By Not Counting It Anymore …
- CPI Drops, Misses By Most In 14 Months
- ADP Payrolls Miss Big, Plunge To Lowest Since April
- Consumer confidence lowest in six months
- U.S. retail sales fall in September
- Orders Drop Shows U.S. Business Confidence Wanes
- Capital Goods Orders in US ‘Unexpectedly’ Declined in September
- US October Manufacturing Output Tumbles To 2009 Levels
- Home Sales Collapse At Fastest Rate In 40 Months
- US Has Lost $9.7 Billion So Far on GM Bailout
- Caterpillar Q3 Profit Down 44% YoY – Cuts full-year earnings forecast again!
- China Lowered Holdings US Gov. Debt for 2e Time in 3 Months

WORLD
- Top Chinese Banks Post Biggest Bad-Loan Surge Since 2010
- Sony cuts full-year outlook; quarterly loss widens
- Honda Profit Misses Estimates, Cuts Full-Year Forecast Two-Wheeler Sales
- Ukraine’s Third Recession Since 2008 – GDP fell 1.5% YoY
- Brazil Economists Forecast Steeper Economic Slowdown Next Year
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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #28 on: October 31, 2013, 06:14:37 PM »

 
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THE NON-RECOVERY - Headlines October
« Reply #29 on: November 07, 2013, 04:13:54 PM »
THE NON-RECOVERY - Headlines October

GUNDLACH SAYS U.S. CREDIBILITY SLOWLY ERODING
- China Calls for World to Be ‘De-Americanised’
- U.S. debt tops $17 trillion for first time
- Chase Bank Limits Cash Withdrawals, Bans International Wire Transfers


- Fed’s Williams Says Economic Data Disappointing With No Pickup
- Fourth-Quarter U.S. GDP Forecasts Lowered
- 2014 GDP Forecast Cuts Begin As BofA Trims Q1 Growth From 3.3% To 2.8%
- Central Banks Make Swaps Permanent as Crisis Backstop
- DEFLATION: US Wholesale Prices and Canada Factory Material Costs Decline
- CPI Drops, Misses By Most In 14 Months

HOMES
- October Mortgage Purchase Applications Collapse To Decade Lows
- Pending Sales of Existing Homes Slump by Most in Three Years
- Home Sales Collapse At Fastest Rate In 40 Months
- Sales of Existing U.S. Homes Fall
- Foreclosures Surge in D.C. Area After Federal Budget Cuts

RETAIL
- GM “Stuffs Channels” – Volt Sales Plunge 32%
- Holiday Spending “Hopes” Crumble As Income Gains Stagnate
- ADP Payrolls Miss Big, Plunge To Lowest Since April
- Payrolls in U.S. Rise Less Than Forecast
- U.S. retail sales fall in September
- U.S. Retailers’ September Store Sales Miss Estimates
- GM Vehicle Sales Collapse 11%
- Domestic Vehicle Sales Plunge; Miss By Most Since Jan 2009

MANUFACTURING
- Factory Orders Ex-Transports Decline For Second Month
- Final US Manufacturing PMI Prints At Lowest In One Year
- Factory Slowdown Shows U.S. Has Little Traction
- Orders Drop Shows U.S. Business Confidence Wanes
- Capital Goods Orders in U.S. ‘Unexpectedly’ Declined in September
- US October Manufacturing Output Tumbles To 2009 Levels
- Caterpillar Q3 Profit Down 44% YoY – Cuts full-year earnings forecast again!
- Honeywell Reduces Full-Year Sales Forecast Amid Defense Cuts
- Canada August Factory Sales Unexpectedly Fall on Food and Autos

EUROPE: DEBT BURDEN HAS ONLY GROWN!!!
- IMF Sees Business-Loan Losses of €250 ($338) Billion in EU – Banks
- Eurozone Unemployment Rises to Record 12.2% in September: Eurostat
- Euro-zone inflation at lowest in almost four years
- EU Cuts Euro-Area 2014 GDP Growth To 1.1% From 1.2% Forecast in May
- Europe’s non-performing loans have increased to €1.2 trillion
- Euro area and EU28 government debt up to 93.4 % and 86.8% of GDP
- Euro-zone retail sales fell in September
- Euro-zone PMI falls in October
- 13 Of 17 Reporting EU Companies Miss Revenues in Q3 So Far
- Euro Inflation Weakens – Nestle Lowest Pricing Growth Since 2003
- Eurostat: Euro area house prices down by 2.2% in Q2 YoY

GERMANY
- German Industrial Production Falls
- German Unemployment Rises a Third Month as Growth Slows
- German retail sales come in weaker than expected
- German Business Confidence ‘Unexpectedly’ Fell in October
- German consumer sentiment slips unexpectedly
- German private-sector growth slows
- German Factory Orders ‘Unexpectedly’ Fall
- German Exports of goods dropped 5.4% YoY
- German jobless rate unexpectedly higher
- Siemens to cut 15,000 jobs

THE NETHERLANDS
- Dutch economy will contact 1.25% in 2013 :CPB

- EU Cuts Dutch 2014 GDP Growth To 0.2% From 0.9% Forecast in May
- Record Number of Dutch Stores Went Bankrupt
- Dutch Existing Homes Prices 4.5% Lower in Q3 YoY
- Dutch Unemployment Rose In September – 8.6%
- 48% Of Dutch Retailers Running Losses
- Lower Salaries In 25,000 Dutch Companies – 17% in the building sector
- Dutch Car Sales Fall 30% YoY
- Dutch Forced Home Sales Rose 34%!

ITALY
- Italy’s GDP will fall 1.8% in 2013
- Italy youth unemployment rises to record 40.4%
- Fiat Lowers 2013 Profit Target as Quarterly Earnings Decline
- Italy Industrial Output Unexpectedly Falls as Recession Lingers

FRANCE
- French Services PMI Fell While Manufacturing PMI Hit A Four-Month Low
- Bank of France trims third-quarter growth forecast
- Renault Quarterly Sales Miss Estimates on Currency Shifts
- Peugeot To Reduce Overtime Pay and Freeze Salaries

SPAIN
- Spanish services sector continues to shrink
- Spain on Brink of Deflation, CPI Goes Negative
- Spanish Bad Loans Soar To New Record High
- Spain’s Retail Sales Fall 4.2%, 38 Consecutive Negative Months

U.K.
- RBS avoids break-up with £38 ($61) billion ‘internal bad bank’
- Exclusive: Red Cross launches emergency food aid plan for UK’s hungry
- U.K. electricity, gas prices to be raised by SSE

IMF Cuts Global Outlook (Again!) While Warning of U.S. Default Threat
- Total’s Refining Margin Reaches 5-Year Low As Fuel Demand Continued To Slide
- Brazil August Economic Activity Rises Less Than Expected Cast Steeper Economic Slowdown Next Year
- Ukraine’s Third Recession Since 2008 – GDP fell 1.5% YoY
- Taiwan Economy Grew Slowest Pace in a Year in Third Quarter
- Indonesia’s growth slowed to the weakest since 2009
- Puerto Rico Economy Forecast to Shrink 0.8% in Fiscal 2014

JAPAN
- Nissan Cuts Full-Year Profit Forecast by 15% , Overhauls Management
- Honda Profit Misses Estimates, Cuts Full-Year Forecast Two-Wheeler Sales
- Sony cuts full-year outlook; quarterly loss widens
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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #30 on: November 07, 2013, 04:32:05 PM »
LOlz – I remember back in 2008 when the Muppets of the Dutch MSM parotted the ‘Green Shoots’*** meme and promised that half way 2009 the economy would grow again.

Here we are, almost getting into 2014 and the economic collapse has accelerated from March 2013 on and will continue during 2014 is already admitted.

If indeed like Max says and I’ve been saying it all around the bigot block here, if we refuse to hang the banksters,

the economy will continue it’s acceleration into a deflationary collapse and will get parabolic in the end!!!

btw The Dutch economy will contract 1.25% in 2013 :CPB

***Green Shoots -The Federal Reserve Chairman, Ben Bernanke, made the first public use of the phrase by a Fed official in a March 15, 2009 interview with CBS 60 Minutes. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Green_shoots

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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #31 on: November 07, 2013, 05:34:57 PM »
So out of 7 billion people in multiple nations, there aren't enough economists or politicians out there to stand up to the evils of central banking.

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Pathetic Europe, Canada and America...

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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #32 on: November 07, 2013, 07:53:28 PM »
 In the not so distant future---all transactions will be cashless [an eye on what you buy]---so, buy some junk silver---40%/90%---it will help in the near future and it is a stable exchange, on the Barter Market!  ;)
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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #33 on: November 07, 2013, 07:59:34 PM »
It's going to be rough as the states are so silent with all of this.

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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #34 on: November 07, 2013, 08:06:04 PM »
It's going to be rough as the states are so silent with all of this.
Of, course, my friend; the states and all of the insiders will NEVER tell We The People that 'Junk Silver' is a GREAT asset!  ;)
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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #35 on: November 07, 2013, 08:29:16 PM »
The mayors are going to love all this rioting.

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HEADLINES NOVEMBER 2013 TILL TODAY 17 NOV 2013
« Reply #36 on: November 16, 2013, 07:29:40 PM »
HEADLINES NOVEMBER 2013 TILL TODAY 17 NOV 2013

U.S.
- New York manufacturing index turns negative
- Industrial Production Contracts 0.1% On Expectations Of A Rise
- As Goes Walmart; So Goes America
- U.S. Mortgage Rates Climb for a Second Week
- Lockheed Martin to cut 4,000 jobs, close sites
- More Americans Than Forecast File Unemployment Claims
- QE Whistleblower Warns “We Are Eerily Similar To 2008″
- September Trade Balance Worse Than Worst; Trade Deficit With China Hits Record
- Default ‘Wave’ of $1.6 Trillion Junk Bonds between 2016 and 2020, Fridson Says
- Industrial & Commercial Bank of China Added to’ Too-Big-To-Fail’ List
- U.S. Unemployment Rate 23.5% (ShadowStats)
- Labor Force Participation Rate Plunged to 62.8% from 63.2% - Lowest Since 1978!
- 623,000 Full Time Jobs Lost Last Month
- U.S. Economy Cooled in Third Quarter Before Shutdown!
- Fed’s Williams Says Economic Data Disappointing With No Pickup
- October Mortgage Purchase Applications Collapse To Decade Lows
- America's Foodstamps Program Gets A 6% Haircut
- Holiday Spending "Hopes" Crumble As Income Gains Stagnate
- Factory Orders Ex-Transports Decline For Second Month
- Kellogg to Cut 7% of Global Workforce in Cost-Saving Plan
- Fourth-Quarter U.S. GDP Forecasts Lowered
- GM "Stuffs Channels" - Volt Sales Plunge 32%
- Final US Manufacturing PMI Prints At Lowest In One Year

EUROPE
- Euro-zone industrial output falls in September
- U.K. retail sales fall unexpectedly in October
- Europe Recovery Wanes as Germany Slows, France Contracts
- Czech GDP Unexpectedly Shrinks Again - GDP fell 1.6% YoY
- Dutch Economy: Zero Growth Macro Level Stagnation
- Eurozone Economic Growth Slows To Just 0.1% From 0.3% In The Previous Quarter
- French Economy ‘Unexpectedly’ Shrank In Q3
- Dutch Retail Turnover Shrinks 2% in Q3 YoY
- S&P Downgrades France Credit Rating to AA from AA+ with a stable outlook
- German Industrial Production Falls
- Spanish services sector continues to shrink
- Euro-zone retail sales fell in September
- Pirelli Cuts 2013 Profit Target for Second Time
- EU Cuts Dutch 2014 GDP Growth To 0.2% From 0.9% Forecast in May
- U.K. Co-Operative Sees ‘Significant’ Job Cuts as Branches Shut
- London Finance Vacancies Slip as Firms Hold Off Hiring New Staff
- U.K.’s biggest supplier of pressure pumps reduced its 2013 sales forecast
- RBS avoids break-up with £38 ($61) billion 'internal bad bank'
- Italy youth unemployment rises to record 40.4%
- Eurozone Unemployment Rises to Record 12.2% in September: Eurostat

WORLD
- Brazil Economic Activity Unexpectedly Contracts in September
- Japan an official paltry 0.4% Q3 ‘growth’
- Emerging-Market Banks Threatened by End of Credit Boom
- Russian GDP Expands Less Than Forecast in Third Quarter - 1.2% YoY
- Russia Holds Key Rate On Inflation Surprise While Growth Stalls
- RBA Sees 'Below-Trend Growth' And Rising Unemployment in 2014
- Fitch Cuts Ukraine Debt To B- (same as Greece and Cyprus) With Negative Outlook
- Japanese Households Without Savings Climb to Most Since ’63
- Largest Seismic Surveyor of Oilfields CGG Cuts Sales Forecast
- Australia Full-Time Job Slump
- Indonesia’s growth slowed to the weakest since 2009 - 5.62% YoY
- Fertilizer Producer CF Third-Quarter Earnings Fell 42%
- Puerto Rico Economy Forecast to Shrink 0.8% in Fiscal 2014
- Nissan Cuts Full-Year Profit Forecast by 15% , Overhauls Management
- Sony cuts full-year outlook; quarterly loss widens
- Ukraine Rating Cut to Greek Level by S&P as Devaluation Seen
- Taiwan Economy Grew Slowest Pace in a Year in Third Quarter
- Central Banks Make Swaps Permanent as Crisis Backstop
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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #37 on: November 23, 2013, 01:54:21 AM »
What I read everywhere is that 'Inflation Slows More Than Expected'.

So, Deflationary collapse accelerating despite trillions of QE.
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Re: WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!
« Reply #38 on: November 24, 2013, 04:43:54 AM »
Latest Headlines Fundamentals

WORLD
- OECD Cuts Global Growth Outlook on Emerging-Market Slowdown
- Central Banks Make Swaps Permanent as Crisis Backstop
- Peru’s GDP Expands at Slowest Pace Since 2009 in Third Quarter – 4.4%
- Russian Investment Falls More Than Forecast as Joblessness Rises
- Japan Posts Biggest October Trade Deficit On Record
- Thailand Cuts Economic Growth Forecast as Exports Falter
- Brazil Economic Activity Unexpectedly Contracts in September

YUAN
- Pimco Sees $3.7 Trillion Reason for Adding Yuan
- Shanghai Futures Exchange May Price Crude Oil Futures In Yuan
- PBOC Says No Longer in China’s Interest to Increase Reserves
- PBOC Will ‘Basically’ End Normal Yuan Intervention: Zhou
- Foreign Purchases Of US Securities Drop To New Post-Lehman Low
- Indian refiners puzzle over Iran request for euro oil payment-sources

U.S.
- Chicago Fed’s Evans Unveils QEternity increased by 50% in the coming year!
- QE Whistleblower Warns “We Are Eerily Similar To 2008″
- Philly Fed Tumbles, Number Of Employees, Employee Workweek Both Plunge
- Wages Stagnate as U.S. Manufacturers Reap Record Profits
- Caterpillar Posts Negative Retail Sales Across The Board
- Home Sales Plunge At Fastest Rate In 16 Months
- More U.S. Cities See No Economic Growth This Year, Report Says
- Military personnel face cuts to pay, benefits
- Homebuilder Sentiment in U.S. Held in November at Four-Month Low
- New York manufacturing index turns negative
- Lockheed Martin to cut 4,000 jobs, close sites
- Industrial Production Contracts 0.1% On Expectations Of A Rise
- As Goes Walmart; So Goes America

EUROPE
- Dutch Retail Sales Declined 2.1% in September YoY
- Dutch Existing Home Prices Decline 4% in October YoY
- French business activity falls back in November
- Euro zone business recovery weakens unexpectedly in November
- Italy Banks’ Bad-Loan Ratio Rises to Highest Since 1999
- Spain Bank Bad Loan Ratio Climbed to 12.7% in September
- Euro-zone industrial output falls in September
- U.K. retail sales fall unexpectedly in October
- Europe Recovery Wanes as Germany Slows, France Contracts
- Czech GDP Unexpectedly Shrinks Again – GDP fell 1.6% YoY
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WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!! - HEADLINES NOVEMBER 2013
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WHERE’S THERE A CRASH? WORLD ECONOMY COLLAPSING!!!

HEADLINES NOVEMBER 2013

WORLD ECONOMY

- OECD Cuts Global Growth Outlook on Emerging-Market Slowdown
- Central Banks Make Swaps Permanent as Crisis Backstop
- Philippine GDP Expands at Slowest Pace in More Than a Year
- South Africa Q3 Growth Weakens More Than Expected
- India Growth Seen Stuck Below 5% for Longest Stretch Since 2005
- Indian refiners puzzle over Iran request for euro oil payment-sources
- Peru’s GDP Expands at Slowest Pace Since 2009 in Third Quarter - 4.4%
- Russian Investment Falls More Than Forecast as Joblessness Rises
- Russia Holds Key Rate On Inflation Surprise While Growth Stalls
- Fitch Cuts Ukraine Debt To B- (same as Greece and Cyprus) With Negative Outlook
- Ukraine Rating Cut to Greek Level by S&P as Devaluation Seen
- Japan Posts Biggest October Trade Deficit On Record
- Japan an official paltry 0.4% Q3 ‘growth’
- Japanese Households Without Savings Climb to Most Since ’63
- Nissan Cuts Full-Year Profit Forecast by 15% , Overhauls Management
- Sony cuts full-year outlook; quarterly loss widens
- Thailand Cuts Economic Growth Forecast as Exports Falter
- Brazil Economic Activity Unexpectedly Contracts in September
- RBA Sees 'Below-Trend Growth' And Rising Unemployment in 2014
- Australia Full-Time Job Slump
- Indonesia’s growth slowed to the weakest since 2009 - 5.62% YoY
- Puerto Rico Economy Forecast to Shrink 0.8% in Fiscal 2014
- Taiwan Economy Grew Slowest Pace in a Year in Third Quarter

CHINA
- China slowdown hitting BHP revenue, chairman says
- China's HSBC Flash PMI Drops Most In 6 Months (50.4 vs 50.8 exp)
- China Faces `High' Chance of Small Bank Failure, Official Says
- Credit-Driven China Glut Threatens Surge Into Bank Crisis

YUAN
- China Moves Closer to Introducing Crude Oil Futures, Xinhua Says
- Shanghai Futures Exchange May Price Crude Oil Futures In Yuan
- PBOC Says No Longer in China’s Interest to Increase Reserves
- PBOC Will ‘Basically’ End Normal Yuan Intervention: Zhou

U.S.
- Fourth-Quarter U.S. GDP Forecasts Lowered
- U.S. Economy Cooled in Third Quarter Before Shutdown!
- U.S. Unemployment Rate 23.5% (ShadowStats)
- Labor Force Participation Rate Plunged to 62.8% from 63.2% - Lowest Since 1978!
- 623,000 Full Time Jobs Lost Last Month
- Wages Stagnate as U.S. Manufacturers Reap Record Profits
- Holiday Spending "Hopes" Crumble As Income Gains Stagnate
- America's Foodstamps Program Gets A 6% Haircut
- Military personnel face cuts to pay, benefits
- More Americans Than Forecast File Unemployment Claims
- More U.S. Cities See No Economic Growth This Year, Report Says
- Chicago Fed’s Evans Unveils QEternity increased by 50% in the coming year!
- Fed’s Williams Says Economic Data Disappointing With No Pickup
- QE Whistleblower Warns “We Are Eerily Similar To 2008″
- September Trade Balance Worse Than Worst; Trade Deficit With China Hits Record
- Foreign Purchases Of US Securities Drop To New Post-Lehman Low

U.S. HOMES
- 70% Of Brooklyn Home Sales Are To Hedge Funds Investors And International Buyers
- Pending Sales of U.S. Existing Homes Drop for Fifth Month
- Home Sales Plunge At Fastest Rate In 16 Months
- Homebuilder Sentiment in U.S. Held in November at Four-Month Low
- U.S. Mortgage Rates Climb for a Second Week
- October Mortgage Purchase Applications Collapse To Decade Lows

U.S. MANUFACTURING
- Drop in Durables Orders Points to Slow Investment: Economy
- Chicago ISM November Business Barometer Falls to 63 From 65.9
- Philly Fed Tumbles, Number Of Employees, Employee Workweek Both Plunge
- Intel Drops After Sales Forecast Falls Short of Estimates
- Caterpillar Posts Negative Retail Sales Across The Board
- New York manufacturing index turns negative
- Lockheed Martin to cut 4,000 jobs, close sites
- Industrial Production Contracts 0.1% On Expectations Of A Rise
- As Goes Walmart; So Goes America
- Largest Seismic Surveyor of Oilfields CGG Cuts Sales Forecast
- Fertilizer Producer CF Third-Quarter Earnings Fell 42%
- Factory Orders Ex-Transports Decline For Second Month
- Kellogg to Cut 7% of Global Workforce in Cost-Saving Plan
- GM "Stuffs Channels" - Volt Sales Plunge 32%
- Final US Manufacturing PMI Prints At Lowest In One Year

EUROZONE
- 24.4% of Europe's under-25 population is unemployed
- Eurozone business activity slows as recovery falters
- Euro zone business recovery weakens unexpectedly in November - PMI
- Euro-zone industrial output falls in September
- Europe Recovery Wanes as Germany Slows, France Contracts
- Eurozone Economic Growth Slows To Just 0.1% From 0.3% In The Previous Quarter
- Euro-zone retail sales fell in September
- EU Cuts Euro-Area 2014 GDP Growth To 1.1% From 1.2% Forecast in May
- Eurozone Unemployment Rises to Record 12.2% in September: Eurostat

GERMANY
- German Unemployment Rises Fourth Month - The Unrecovery
- German Industrial Production Falls
- German retail sales come in weaker than expected

THE NETHERLANDS
- EU Cuts Dutch 2014 GDP Growth To 0.2% From 0.9% Forecast in May
- Dutch Credit Rating Cut To AA+ from AAA
- Dutch Holiday Trips Decline To 80-ties Level – 3% YoY
- Dutch unemployment to stay high in the coming years :Tempo-Team Report
- Dutch Retail Sales Declined 2.1% in September YoY
- Dutch Existing Home Prices Decline 4% in October YoY
- Dutch Economy: Zero Growth Macro Level Stagnation

FRANCE
- French Economy ‘Unexpectedly’ Shrank In Q3
- S&P Downgrades France Credit Rating to AA from AA+ with a stable outlook
- French business activity falls back in November
- Czech GDP Unexpectedly Shrinks Again - GDP fell 1.6% YoY

ITALY
- Italy Banks’ Bad-Loan Ratio Rises to Highest Since 1999
- Italy youth unemployment rises to record 40.4%

SPAIN
- Spain Bank Bad Loan Ratio Climbed to 12.7% in September
- Spanish services sector continues to shrink
- Spain on Brink of Deflation, CPI Goes Negative

U.K.
- U.K. retail sales fall unexpectedly in October
- London Finance Vacancies Slip as Firms Hold Off Hiring New Staff
- RBS avoids break-up with £38 ($61) billion 'internal bad bank'
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