Durable Goods Orders Crash Most In 2 Years - Longest Non-Recessionary Streak Of Declines In US History
It is my contention that the globalists will stop short of nothing to maintain control over the people. They will murder anyone and everyone who gets in their way. Today, humanity is waking up like never before. However, the struggle is just beginning. Some fear that we have awakened just in time to see the executioner put a noose around our neck.
How Long Will the Struggle Last?
One of the questions that people ask me is, “How long will this struggle against the New World Order last”? Answer: It will last until the Second Coming of Jesus. It is my contention that we will never know worldly peace, but we can achieve piece of mind if we act now against the evil that is running this planet.
This article points out just how truly evil and Satanic the New World Order (NWO) is. The degree of their devotion to Lucifer should constitute a warning sign as to the degree that the NWO will go to in order to maintaintheir demonic power over the people. They will stop at nothing to continue their subjugation of humanity.
Natwest has become the first bank to warn business customers it may charge them negative interest rates on money held in current accounts.
In what is believed to be a UK first, the bank has signalled its intention to force account holders to either pay to hold money or move funds elsewhere.
Although current plans for negative rates are restricted to business customers, fears are mounting that “pay to save” rates could soon become a reality for millions of consumers, if other banks follow suit.
The outgoing pensions minister, Ros Altmann, warned negative interest rates on current and savings accounts pose a threat to the financial security of older savers, who often rely on their savings to provide a retirement income.
Claudio Grass, Global Gold: Ronald, it is a pleasure to have the opportunity to speak with you. We’ve known each other for a very long time, both on a personal and professional level. Because of our central banks, we find our economies today operating on artificial stimulus and negative interest rates. How would you summarize the consequences of this policy?
Mr. Stöferle: I have always considered it impossible to create a “self-sustaining” economic expansion by means of the printing press. By so doing, central bankers only succeeded in suppressing symptoms, but the underlying structural problems that created the 2008 financial crisis in the first place, have only gotten worse.
Have you seen these “freedom towers” in your neighborhood? Most people think these towers are there to provide a service, the truth is that these towers have power that is far more diabolical.
JAPAN SET TO DO HELICOPTER MONEY/MARKETS DISTRAUGHT AS IT WANTS MORE!!/LOOKS LIKE ENGLAND IS SET TO HAVE NEGATIVE INTEREST RATES ACCORDING TO NAT WEST AND RBS/NIGERIA’S NIRA COLLAPSES AS OIL FALLS INTO THE 42 COLUMN/HUGE IMPORTS OF GOLD INTO THE USA AND ENGLAND: MUST BE FILLING A HUGE DEALER DEFICIT SOMEWHERE
or the July gold contract month, we had ANOTHER GIGANTIC 435 notices served upon for 43,500 ounces. The total number of notices filed so far for delivery: 6880 for 688,000 oz or 21.3996 tonnes
In silver we had 71 notices served upon for 355,000 oz. The total number of notices filed so far this month for delivery: 2350 for 11,750,000 oz
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Verizon is buying Yahoo for $4.8 billion … It’s official: The sale completes Yahoo’s evolution from influential search pioneer and web portal juggernaut to, in the end, a once-dominant brand that lost its way. Parties as diverse as Warren Buffett and The Daily Mail were interested in buying Yahoo. But after a sale process that dragged on for months, Verizon (VZ, Tech30), long viewed as the frontrunner, is walking away with Yahoo’s more than one billion monthly active users. –CNN Money
Another huge merger has taken place. Perhaps a billion consumer emails plus related technology will change hands, further stratifying the Internet and providing less opportunity for others.
If people believe the pace of technological innovation has slowed in the past years, they are probably correct. As ZeroHedge pointed out in May, “Venture capital investments in Silicon Valley fell almost 20 percent in the first quarter [of 2016] from a year earlier to $4.9 billion.”
Oil prices have tumbled to a three-month low as surging supply once again exposes the chronic global glut and threatens to perpetuate the energy slump for another year.
US crude contracts crashed through key technical barriers to $42.40 on Tuesday before recovering slightly in late trading on profit-taking. They have fallen by 9pc over the last four sessions.
Speculators have given it an extra push. Data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission in the US shows that 52 hedge funds have taken out large short positions, betting that the summer sell-off still has a further leg to run.
It was only a few weeks ago that I told you about the government’s annual report on Social Security.
It was a veritable death sentence for the program.
The Board of Trustees for Social Security (which includes the US Treasury Secretary) wrote that major parts of the program have already run out of money, and the rest of Social Security will run out of money in the next decade.
Amazing. Even Social Security knows that they’re bankrupt and unable to keep their promises to taxpayers.