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Hackers have stolen credit data from Home Depot
By Call it Crazy  3 comments, latest 3 days ago:
Call it Crazy says zzyzzx says I last used a credit card there in March! And the hackers used your card in June, July and August!

Another $Trillion in debt in just 12 months as Jefferson says
By darlag  38 comments, latest 3 days ago:
darlag says This discussion of Treasuries has already been hashed in other threads. I have always said cash in the mattress is the best defense, next short-term treasuries would be where you want to keep...

ECB's Targeted Lending Spree Starts Out As Flop; Modern Monetary Insanity
By Mish  posted 3 days ago:
ECB's Targeted Lending Spree Starts Out As Flop; Modern Monetary Insanity http://globaleconomicanalysis. Mish

What's up with the Bi-Polar Home Builders?
By Call it Crazy  posted 4 days ago:
Wednesday's headline: Home-builder confidence hits highest mark in years A gauge of confidence among home builders rose in September to the highest level in almost nine years, as builders’ views on present and coming sales...

Travel spending sees upturn
By tvgnus  posted 4 days ago:
http://www.centralvalleybusine Almost all major categories see increased business •  Prices see biggest jump since 2011 Real spending on travel and tourism turned up in the second quarter of 2014, increasing at an annual rate of...

"Precarious" Global Economy
By Mish  posted 4 days ago:
"Precarious" Global Economy http://globaleconomicanalysis. Mish

Don't fuck with America.
By Strategist  5 comments, latest 4 days ago:
HEY YOU says Russia has nothing to worry about. Dumbass American voters have been fucked. http://www.forbes.com/sites/da "The United States ranks 10th on the list, with debt that is 87% of its GDP. But it has...

Apple, IBM, ExxonMobil, Cisco, Pfizer buying back billions in stock, WSJ
By Call it Crazy  posted 4 days ago:
Go with what you know. Or at least that’s what many CEOs are doing when it comes to the piles of spare cash they are sitting on. U.S. corporations are buying back shares of their...

Stop predicting the dollar will collapse
By iwog in Lafayette CA 94549   352 comments, latest 4 days ago:
iwog says mell says No, in that case it wasn't a rhetorical question because as opposed to the Vit. A intake you do better if you print more money for yourself or those who you...

Iwog Idiocy Strikes Again
By Reality  69 comments, latest 4 days ago:
mell says They are university educated like Paul Krugman! High five!

Globalization Is in Retreat? Not So Fast
By Heraclitusstudent  posted 4 days ago:
http://www.nytimes.com/2014/09 That means continued slow growth, low inflation and interest rates, little wages growth, a new bubble and a new crash. Nothing has changed yet.

Venture Capital Risk Taking and Cash Burn Rates Unprecedented Since 1999
By Mish  posted 5 days ago:
Venture Capital Technology Risk Taking and Cash Burn Rates Unprecedented Since 1999; 47% of Nasdaq in Bear Market http://globaleconomicanalysis. Mish

One Thing You Can Always Count On
By Mish  1 comment, latest 5 days ago:
marcus says Mish says One Thing You Can Always Count On Me commenting on the stupid ones ? Your benefactors never meeting a tax cut they didn't like ? I don't know, I give up....

Counting Sheep: French Government Faces Second No Confidence Vote in Six Months
By Mish  8 comments, latest 5 days ago:
Quigley says I suspect the French aren't too happy with their country being inundated by Muslims and African refugees.

Deflationary Spiral Nonsense; Keynesian Theory vs. Practice
By Mish  4 comments, latest 5 days ago:
darlag says Diva24 says Empirical evidence is not based on opinion It depends on your POV I guess. Synonyms include observational, experiential, speculative, etc. Certainly speculative would be opinion based. I suppose I could have...

Landmark Fracking Study Finds No Water Pollution
By Straw Man  7 comments, latest 5 days ago:
indigenous says This is typical of the reports from the EPA et al government agencies.

Good Read
By indigenous  1 comment, latest 5 days ago:
indigenous says The graphs are rather striking don't you think?

1 in 5 need credit card to survive
By Call it Crazy  9 comments, latest 6 days ago:
Analyzer says Blurtman says Try renting a car without one. I would just use it to buy the car, they keep increasing my limits.

Why The Collapse Of Abenomics Is Important: It's A Large-Scale Failure Of Keyne
By mell in San Francisco CA 94116   8 comments, latest 6 days ago:
bob2356 says mell says Either way, Keynesianism is totally impracticable these days which you can see by the crony-capitalist structure it has created in the US. It was always totally impractical in the real world....

The Great Keynesian Lunacy is Finally Beginning to End For Now
By mell in San Francisco CA 94116   1 comment, latest 6 days ago:
indigenous says Infomercial?

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