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Why Meat Prices Are Going To Continue Soaring For The Foreseeable Future feedly

Why Meat Prices Are Going To Continue Soaring For The Foreseeable Future feedly

—- Why Meat Prices Are Going To Continue Soaring For The Foreseeable Future // Submitted by Michael Snyder of The American Dream blog, The average price of USDA choice-grade beef has soared to $5.28 a pound, and the average price of a pound of bacon has skyrocketed to $5.46. Unfortunately for those that like to […]


Brussels Tells Spain to Raise VAT Once Again feedly

Brussels Tells Spain to Raise VAT Once Again feedly

—- BrusselsTellsSpaintoRaiseVAT Once Again // Mish’s Global EconomicTrendAnalysis The nannycrats in Brussels really don’t get it. You do not hike taxes in the middle of a depression or coming out of a depression. Yet once again, and for the nth time, that is precisely the recommendation. Via translation from El Confidencial, please consider BrusselsRoadmapofTaxReform Note: […]


China Sees Sharpest Contraction of Output Since November 2011; Japan Returns to Growth but Business Sentiment Collapses feedly

China Sees Sharpest Contraction of Output Since November 2011; Japan Returns to Growth but Business Sentiment Collapses feedly

—- China SeesSharpestContractionof Output SinceNovember 2011; JapanReturnstoGrowthbutBusinessSentimentCollapses // Mish’s Global EconomicTrendAnalysis It’s a mixed bag in Asia, but all things considered an overall weak one. Let’s take a look at the data to see what bulls and bears have to cheer about. China PMI The HSBC China ServicesPMI Shows Sharpest Contraction of Output Since November […]


ISM Non-Manufacturing Index increases to 53.1 in March feedly

ISM Non-Manufacturing Index increases to 53.1 in March feedly

—- ISM Non-ManufacturingIndexincreasesto 53.1 inMarch // CalculatedRisk The March ISM Non-manufacturing index was at 53.1%, up from 51.6% in February. The employment index increased in March to 53.6%, up from 47.5% in February. Note: Above 50 indicates expansion, below 50 contraction. From the Institute for Supply Management: March 2014 Non-ManufacturingISMReportOnBusiness® Economic activity in the non-manufacturing […]


Leggett:”global market shock” from “oil crash” could hit in 2015 feedly

Leggett:”global market shock” from “oil crash” could hit in 2015 feedly

—- Leggett:"global marketshock" from "oilcrash" couldhitin 2015 // PeakEnergy The Guardian has an article on Jeremy Leggett’s new book "TheEnergyofNations: RiskBlindnessandtheRoadtoRenaissance" – Exgovtadviser: "global marketshock" from "oilcrash" couldhitin 2015. In a new book, former oil geologist and government adviser on renewable energy, Dr. Jeremy Leggett, identifies five "global systemic risks directly connected to energy" which, […]


The Real Inflation Fear – US Food Prices Are Up 19% In 2014 feedly

The Real Inflation Fear – US Food Prices Are Up 19% In 2014 feedly

—- The Real InflationFear – USFoodPrices Are Up 19% In 2014 // http://feeds.feedburner.com/zerohedge/feed We are sure the weather is to blame but what happens when pent-up demand (from a frosty east coast emerging from its hibernation) bumps up against a drought-stricken west coast unable to plant to meet that demand? The spot price(notfuturesspeculation-driven)ofUSFoodstuffsisthebestperformingassetin 2014 – […]


Spanish ‘Anti-Austerity’ Protesters “Sick Of This System They Call Democracy” feedly

Spanish ‘Anti-Austerity’ Protesters “Sick Of This System They Call Democracy” feedly

—- Spanish ‘Anti-Austerity‘ Protesters "SickOfThisSystemTheyCallDemocracy" // http://feeds.feedburner.com/zerohedge/feed "I’m heretofightformychildren’sfuture," exclaims one father as Spaniards rallied in Madrid against poverty and EU-imposed austerity. As Reuters reports, the largely peaceful protest later marredbyviolentclashesinwhichpolicefiredrubberbullets. The so-called "Dignity Marches" brought hundreds of thousands to the capital with banners making it clear what their feelings about record 26% unemployment were […]


Copper & Yuan Tumble As China Manufacturing PMI Drops To Lowest In 8 Months, Output Plunges feedly

Copper & Yuan Tumble As China Manufacturing PMI Drops To Lowest In 8 Months, Output Plunges feedly

—- Copper & YuanTumble As China ManufacturingPMIDropsToLowestIn 8 Months, Output Plunges // http://feeds.feedburner.com/zerohedge/feed HSBC’s Flash China Manufacturing PMI printed at 48.1 (against a hope-strewn 48.7 bounce expectation). This is the lowest in 8 months and among the lowest prints since Lehman. Even the usually silver-lining-seeing HSBC Chief economist had little positive to add, "weaknessisbroad-basedwithdomesticdemandsofteningfurther." Early […]


Peak oil Algeria

Peak oil Algeria

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Chinese Stocks Enter Bear Market Following 2 More Defaults Overnight feedly

Chinese Stocks Enter Bear Market Following 2 More Defaults Overnight feedly

—- ChineseStocksEnterBearMarketFollowing 2 More DefaultsOvernight // http://feeds.feedburner.com/zerohedge/feed Following the defaultof 2 more corporationslastnight, HangSeng’sindexof China Enterprisesplungedto 8-monthlowsandofficiallyenteredbearmarketterritory. Overnight angst in the Chinese currency markets (which saw the Yuan trade back to 1-year lows) has sparked broad commodity weakness (as CCFD unwinds en masse) with coppergivingbackmostofyesterday’smajorshortsqueezegainsback. Chinese corporate bond prices also tumbled to one-month lows. Hang […]


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