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The 2030 Agenda: This Month The UN Launches A Blueprint For A New World Order With The Help Of The Pope

By Michael Snyder Did you know that the UN is planning to launch a “new universal agenda” for humanity in September 2015?  That phrase does not come from me – it is actually right in the very first paragraph of the official document that every UN member nation will formally approve at a conference later … Continue reading

Despite Elections, Argentina’s Economic Trajectory Is Set

Regardless of election outcomes in October, Argentina’s next government will begin liberalizing its economy, potentially loosening restrictions on the repatriation of funds, reducing the enforcement of price controls and reducing subsidies. Despite slight changes to Argentina’s regulatory framework, the government will continue to bar some investment and businesses to stem capital flight and to maintain … Continue reading

5 Reasons Why The Stock Market Is Set For A Fall: Louise Yamada Projects A 25% Drop

Michael Snyder, the author of The Economic Collapse Blog, has been bearish across different asset classes for a long time now and the recent months prove, with high probability, his predictions could be extremely accurate this time. In his latest piece he says the following: After enduring their worst August in 17 years, U.S. stocks are … Continue reading

September 2015 Sure Started Off With Quite A Bang, Eh?

By Michael Snyder After enduring their worst August in 17 years, U.S. stocks are off to their worst start to a September in 13 years.  Just yesterday, I declared that we would be entering the “danger zone” this month, and it didn’t take long for the action to begin.  Historically, this month is the worst month … Continue reading

Western Sanctions On Russia – Russia-China Cooperation: A Tectonic Shift Of World Economics, World Power?

By Peter Koenig and The Saker The Saker: How is Russia coping with sanctions so far and what are the prospects for the future? Peter Koenig: Let’s begin with what are ‘sanctions’? – Sanctions are (economic) punishments by the self-proclaimed empire in Washington and its European minions on any country that does not follow the … Continue reading

Does The Global Stock Market Sell-Off Signal The BRIC Age Is Already Over?

By Tomas Hult Back in 2001, former Goldman Sachs chief economist Jim O’Neill coined the acronym BRIC to highlight the immense economic potential of the emerging markets of Brazil, Russia, India and China in the decades to come. They would be the economic engines of tomorrow, he wrote. The BRICs, which cover a quarter of the world’s … Continue reading

Why Africa Should Be Looking At China Right Now

There are a couple things happening in China right now that Africa should be looking at very keenly. We won’t talk about Black Monday here because what happens on the Chinese stock exchange does not necessarily directly speak to the impact China’s economy has on Africa. Let’s talk about what really matters for Kenya and … Continue reading

The Fed And Spillover Effects For Emerging Markets

By Jiaqian Chen, Tommaso Mancini-Griffoli, and Ratna Sahay The Federal Reserve’s recent unconventional monetary policies seem to have affected emerging markets more than traditional policies. When the United States sneezes, the saying goes, the rest of the world catches a cold. This adage is not mere folklore. The recent global financial crisis drove home the importance … Continue reading

In The Month Of September 2015 We Officially Enter The Danger Zone – OpEd

By Michael Snyder Is September 2015 going to be one of the most important months in modern American history?  When I issued my first ever “red alert” for the last six months of 2015 back in June, I was particularly concerned with the months of September through December, and not just for economic reasons.  All … Continue reading

Nouriel Roubini: Why The World Needs A Financial Early-Warning System

By Nouriel Roubini Recent market volatility – in emerging and developed economies alike – is showing once again how badly ratings agencies and investors can err in assessing countries’ economic and financial vulnerabilities. Ratings agencies wait too long to spot risks and downgrade countries, while investors behave like herds, often ignoring the build-up of risk … Continue reading

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