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KINGSTON, NY, 14 NOVEMBER 2018—The signals are clear. The warning shots have been fired. Equity markets across the globe have lost trillions as investors increasingly worry about the two-punch strike of slowing economic growth and rising interest rates.

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Fall Trends Journal forecasts failure in war against ISIS and announces bold peace initiative KINGSTON, NY, 22 October 2014 — As the US and its allies …
TREND ALERT:Market crash or market correction? By Gerald Celente Publisher, Trends Journal   KINGSTON, NY, 20 January 2016—At the conclusion of just another typical volatile day, …
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TREND ALERT:Market Madness. Gold's up. Why? What's Next? By Gerald Celente Publisher, Trends Journal   KINGSTON, NY, 27 January 2016—The facts prove it. With just three trading …
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TREND ALERT:Recovery or recession? Facts and fiction. What's next? By Gerald Celente Publisher, Trends Journal KINGSTON, NY, 3 February 2016—At his State of the Union address just two …
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It has become a Halloween ritual. A year ago, the Federal Reserve ended its quantitative easing bond-buying scheme, which started in 2008 and ballooned its balance by $3.5 trillion. In response, world equity markets, which had been volatile all month in anticipation of the end of QE3, continued …
  TREND ALERT®:Numbers don't lie, markets do. Gold to glow KINGSTON, NY, 10 August 2016—With the exception of last week's strong jobs report from the United States, which …
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KINGSTON, NY, 4 November 2015- Once upon a time, not too long ago, central bank wizards began telling a fairytale that economies need inflation. But not just any inflation. In their Goldilocks make-believe world, the not too hot, not too cold, just right dose of two percent is needed to keep an economy …
KINGSTON, NY, 12 SEPTEMBER 2018—Despite waves of positive economic news in the U.S. – strong Gross Domestic Product , rising wages and low unemployment— should the Federal Reserve aggressively raise interest rates as anticipated, it will ignite significant volatility across global economies and markets.
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