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Nearly one year ago, on 29 October 2014, the Federal Reserve announced it would end QE3, its third round of bond-buying stimulus that ballooned its balance sheet by $3.5 trillion. No longer worried about global weakness with equity markets sound, and “that the likelihood inflation running persistently below 2 percent has diminished,” the Fed declared ...

It is official. Global equity markets had their worst quarterly showing since 2011. Is history repeating itself? Go back to 2007, in the months leading up ...
Since June, when the Shanghai Index began its 40-percent collapse, equity markets worldwide have been bashed and battered. Concurrently, raw-material prices have tumbled to decade lows, developing world currencies have plunged to …
Since June, when the Shanghai Index began its 40-percent collapse, equity markets worldwide have been bashed and battered. Concurrently, raw-material prices have tumbled to decade lows, developing world currencies have plunged to …
Yesterday was the sixth anniversary of the greatest bankruptcy in American history – the collapse of Lehman Brothers. It was followed by the biggest drop in stock prices since the Great …
Ralph Nader will be among the noted speakers and performers who will join global forecaster Gerald Celente and his Trends Research Institute for the launch of Occupy Peace during a rally here at noon on …
It’s been 14 years since 9/11, the day President George W. Bush launched the War on Terror and set the nation on a constant war footing with no …
The current wave of migrants flooding into Europe is the worst since World War II. The Trends Research Institute forecasts that migrant crisis will dramatically escalate. Both the cause and effects are trend lines leading to a humanitarian calamity, social unrest and geopolitical conflict that will destabilize …
History is repeating itself. While the times are different and the names have changed, the underlying circumstances and basic fundamentals remain the same. The Crash of ’29, The Great Depression, plunging commodity prices, currency wars, trade wars, world war. Now, four score and six years later: The Panic of ’08, The Great Recession, plunging commodity prices, …
The Expo Milano 2015, costing a reported 12.5 billion euros and plagued by charges of corruption and waste… is a waste. Besides the money spent on highways, metro and infrastructure improvements, the expo, which we visited several weeks …
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