Trump Threatens to Slap 25% Tariffs on European Cars if No US-EU Trade Deal

Trump Threatens to Slap 25% Tariffs on European Cars if No US-EU Trade Deal

The Trump administration has long accused the EU of too much positive trade balance surplus and has clashed with its trans-Atlantic allies over state subsidies to manufacturers and taxes on US tech companies. Donald Trump on Wednesday renewed his threat...
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US federal budget deficit surpassed $1 TRILLION in 2019

US federal budget deficit surpassed $1 TRILLION in 2019

US federal budget deficit surpassed $1 Trillion in 2019, reaching 7-year high. The US government budget deficit for the calendar year that ended in December topped $1 trillion for the first time since 2012, according to US Treasury Department data released...
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This Plane Was Designed By Clowns, Who Are Supervised By Monkeys

This Plane Was Designed By Clowns, Who Are Supervised By Monkeys

This Plane Was Designed By Clowns, Who Are Supervised By Monkeys – reveals internal e-mails written by Boeing employees.  In recent weeks, a series of reports claiming Boeing neglected to turn over critical information to the FAA regarding the developme...
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FAA confirms new potentially catastrophic issue with Boeing 737 MAX wiring

FAA confirms new potentially catastrophic issue with Boeing 737 MAX wiring

The US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and plane manufacturer Boeing have confirmed a full review is underway into a wiring issue that could cause a ‘potentially catastrophic’ short circuiting on 737 MAX 8 aircraft. It comes as the aircraft t...
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Airbus Deliveries Soar To Record High As Boeing’s Fades

Airbus Deliveries Soar To Record High As Boeing’s Fades

A new report from Reuters specifies how Airbus locked in a record number of aircraft deliveries in Dec. to exceed full-year delivery targets while outshining troubled Boeing in becoming the world’s top planemaker. By midnight on New Year’s Eve, A...
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Boeing fires CEO Dennis Muilenburg after disastrous year

Boeing fires CEO Dennis Muilenburg after disastrous year

Boeing fires top boss and Aviation Week & Space Technology’s Person of The Year Dennis Muilenburg over failure to deal with 737 MAX crisis. US planemaker Boeing has replaced its CEO Dennis Muilenburg after the company faced a series of...
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Secretary of The Treasury Steven Mnuchin Why $1.5 Trillion Cash Have Disappeared

Secretary of The Treasury Steven Mnuchin Why $1.5 Trillion Cash Have Disappeared

Maybe as some kind of Christmas gifts $1.5 Trillion In $100 Bills Have Disappeared from circulation. Last week we reported that something strange was going on at the same time that central banks are injecting $100 billion each month in electronic money to.....
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Chevron’s $11 Billion Impairment

Chevron’s $11 Billion Impairment

From Chevron’s press release: “As a result of Chevron’s disciplined approach to capital allocation and a downward revision in its longer-term commodity price outlook, the company will reduce funding to various gas-related opportunities including Appa...
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Goldman Sachs To Admit Guilt, Pay $2 Billion Fine In 1MDB Scandal Settlement

Goldman Sachs To Admit Guilt, Pay $2 Billion Fine In 1MDB Scandal Settlement

Goldman To Admit Guilt, Pay $2BN Fine And Hire Independent Monitor In Historic 1MDB Settlement.  Two weeks ago, Bloomberg reported that Goldman Sachs and the Department of Justice were finally nearing a deal in the federal probe of the Vampire Squid’s...
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Is the FED’s $3 Trillion in Loans to Trading Houses on Wall Street Legal?

Is the FED’s $3 Trillion in Loans to Trading Houses on Wall Street Legal?

The United States has historically bragged about its free and transparent markets. But what the Fed is doing today is pulling a dark curtain around the financing of this so-called free and transparent market. The public has no idea which...
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The FED Is Monetizing Debt Again

The FED Is Monetizing Debt Again

It was back in 2012 that famed contrarian and value investing hedge fund icon, David Einhorn, first took aim at the pinnacle of market manipulation when he slammed the Fed for creating the ultimate toxic cocktail: something he called the...
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Huawei’s phones and networking equipment are now “American-free”

Huawei’s phones and networking equipment are now “American-free”

According to a report from UBS and Fomalhaut Techno Solutions cited by the Wall Street Journal, the Huawei Mate 30 Pro flagship phone contains no American made parts. That isn’t surprising since the manufacturer is banned from its U.S. supply chain by...
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Federal Reserve Proposes New Rule To Let Inflation Run Hot

Federal Reserve Proposes New Rule To Let Inflation Run Hot

Federal Reserve remains unable to stoke inflation (because it refuses to measure it correctly) and refuses to factor in asset price inflation. It has now considered launching a new rule that would let inflation run above its 2% target to...
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French luxury giant LVMH buys iconic American jeweler Tiffany for over $16 Billion

French luxury giant LVMH buys iconic American jeweler Tiffany for over $16 Billion

The world’s leading luxury group LVMH has agreed to buy a 182-year-old US jeweler Tiffany & Co. for $135 per share in cash. The $16.2 billion deal will become the largest luxury-goods deal ever. “The acquisition of Tiffany will strengthen...
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‘Delete WhatsApp unless you’re OK with surveillance,’ founder of rival Telegram messenger warns

‘Delete WhatsApp unless you’re OK with surveillance,’ founder of rival Telegram messenger warns

WhatsApp is a “Trojan horse” exploited to snoop on millions of users naive enough to believe that the Facebook-owned messenger differs from its parent company, long beset by privacy scandals, Telegram founder Pavel Durov said. In a lengthy post on...
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