IMF warns storm clouds are gathering for next financial crisis | Business | The Guardian

KW: Conversation over global monetary policy is swirling. At the helm of much of the discussion is international policy at the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The IMF is an autonomous part of an emerging scheme of global governance accountable only to a small elite of central bankers, finance ministers and heads of state. Currently, the U.S…

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Have you heard of 5eyes? We’re involved much deeper than is good.

KW: Straight from the horses mouth confirmation that the Huawei scandle involving our GCSB is all about U.S. domination and the trade war against China This article is straight from Jim Rickards Strategic Intelligence news letter. The story line about Huawei implanting ‘back doors’ is of course utter crap as Rickards sees things from the…

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The Huawei arrest is a WAY bigger story than you’ve seen

KW: At one juncture yesterday, the Dow was down 800 points — on top of the 800 points lost the previous trading day. By most accounts, the precipitating event was the arrest of Meng Wanzhou, CFO of the Chinese tech giant Huawei — and daughter of the company’s founder. She was kidnapped in Vancouver on a U.S….

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The Stockman Letter

KW: I am trusting that this letter allows readers to access the video of Stockmen speaking at a finacial adviser conference. If you have an hour to spare it is well worth watching Stockman speak with his charts. Pay attention to what he is saying and you will work out the way things are going…

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Sounding the Alarm on Leveraged Lending | IMF Blog

KW: Many have been sounding the alarm over the level of global debt. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is now making those concerns central to its platform. According to the IMF’s latest report it warns that “speculative excesses in some financial markets may be approaching a threatening level.” One area that’s especially dangerous is the leveraged…

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Russia Begins to Reject Dollars for Oil Exports

KW: Now news breaks that “Russian oil exporters are pressuring Western commodity traders to pay for Russian crude in euros and not dollars,” in an article from Oilprice.com. We saw a hint of this a few months ago when just one Russian oil company began asking for euros instead of dollars. Now it’s a whole bunch of…

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Has the Canary already stopped singing in the coal mine?

KW: An interesting tale of debt finally overwhelming corporate profits November 19, 2018 Dear Reader, Are we verging on another “Bear Stearns” moment? That is, is the canary in the coal mine of the next crisis ready to keel over? Today we don our mining gear… descend into the dark, doomy shaft… and report worrisome findings. First…

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Trade Wars last a lot longer than you think

KW: Jim Rickards writes: ‘When the trade wars erupted in early 2018 (after threats by Trump and others as early as 2015), I said that the trade wars would be long-lasting and difficult to resolve and would have significant negative economic impacts. Wall Street took the opposite view and estimated that the trade war threats were…

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US has ‘gone rogue’ — Economist tells RT about SWIFT’s Iran cutoff — RT US News

KW: Keen is a hghly respected economist, his opinion is listened to. Elsewhere Max Keiser stated “The blacklisting of Iran from international financial messaging system SWIFT serves as a warning to Washington’s enemies, but will hasten the demise of the dollar, stockbroker-turned broadcaster Max Keiser . SWIFT, a system that facilitates cross-border payments between 11,000…

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UK Blatantly Violates Norms of Decent Behavior

KW: What do you want your gold for? Peter KORZUN: Instead of attacking Russia and other nations without any proof to substantiate the claims, the UK government would have done better by looking at itself in the mirror. Source: UK Blatantly Violates Norms of Decent Behavior

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