The FED Has Monetized All Treasury Issuance In 2020

The FED Has Monetized All Treasury Issuance In 2020

There is no more controversial entity in the US, more inflammatory yet out of the spotlight of public outrage, than the Federal Reserve: it is the FED’s actions over the past 108 years – and especially over the past decade...
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US Signs Commitment For Mass Troop Exit From Iraq

US Signs Commitment For Mass Troop Exit From Iraq

he United States confirmed on Friday that it will discuss with the Iraqi government the status of its remaining military forces, stressing that it does not seek military bases or a permanent military presence in Iraq. According to a joint...
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World’s First Passenger Drone Service At Luxury Hotel

World’s First Passenger Drone Service At Luxury Hotel

An autonomous aerial vehicle technology company called Ehang has launched the world’s first commercial Urban Air Mobility (UAM) service in China. The EHang 216 drone can carry fly two human passengers, has been exhibited in China and Europe over t...
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El-Erian Warns: Bad Things Happen When Markets Front-Run The Economy

El-Erian Warns: Bad Things Happen When Markets Front-Run The Economy

Governments need to ensure durable growth that benefits more than the well-off in society. For most of the last 15 years, the US economy has relied on a mix of public and private finance to liquefy financial markets, boost asset prices...
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Volkswagen Management In Turmoil

Volkswagen Management In Turmoil

As if Volkswagen didn’t have enough problems as it attempts to extricate itself from the coronavirus morass, the issue of its unsatisfactory system governance is rearing up again. CEO Herbert Diess lost his other job as head of VW brand...
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Chesapeake Energy preps bankruptcy plan

Chesapeake Energy preps bankruptcy plan

In 1994, the Italian scientist Francesco Piantelli discovered a new physical phenomenon – the production of energy in Ni / H reactions. These reactions were neither chemical nor nuclear. His work was followed by about 50 scientific teams, including such...
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Euphoria Hits Dot Com Insanity High

Euphoria Hits Dot Com Insanity High

Less than three months after markets were gripped by a historic bout of panic, dumping everything – bonds, stocks, gold, bitcoin – in a liquidation frenzy, euphoria on Wall Street is back to levels not seen since the dot com bubble...
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NASA Announces “Lattice Confinement Fusion”

NASA Announces “Lattice Confinement Fusion”

NASA Glenn Research Center published article Lattice Confinement Fusion: NASA Discovers Potential New Power-Generation Method. Excerpt: Lattice Confinement Fusion NASA Discovers Potential New Power-Generation Method A team of NASA researchers seeking a new ene...
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World Trade Refuses To Rebound

World Trade Refuses To Rebound

The pandemic and ensuing lockdowns across the world have led to a recession, if not depression, unseen since the 1930s. It has resulted in unprecedented job loss and economic declines in both developed and emerging economies. Central bankers have spent the...
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GE Aviation delivers first KF-X engine

GE Aviation delivers first KF-X engine

The US-based powerplant manufacturer announced the milestone on 4 June, noting that the first F414-GE-400K engine was delivered in May. Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) selected GE Aviation in May 2016 to partner on the KF-X project, with an initial 15...
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ECB Expands Emergency QE By €600 Billion To €1.350 Trillion

ECB Expands Emergency QE By €600 Billion To €1.350 Trillion

As previewed last night, consensus was expecting for the ECB to boost its emergency QE PEPP program by €500BN. So perhaps not to risk disappointing markets, moments ago the Central Bank announced that it would not only expand the PEPP...
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Kratos XQ-58A Valkyrie as a potential platform to carry the Skyborg system

Kratos XQ-58A Valkyrie as a potential platform to carry the Skyborg system

The U.S. Air Force has issued a broad agency announcement to seek technical proposals for a potential $400M program that aims to advance prototyping and experimentation work on Skyborg unmanned air vehicles. A notice last week says the Skyborg Prototyping,...
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OPEC+ May Extend Its Historic Production Cut Agreement

OPEC+ May Extend Its Historic Production Cut Agreement

OPEC+ is set to bring forward its meeting to Thursday, with a short extension of the current production cuts as the most likely outcome. Originally scheduled to take place on June 9, OPEC is now looking at moving it up to...
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IndiGo, GoAir get extended deadline till August 31 to replace Pratt & Whitney engines

IndiGo, GoAir get extended deadline till August 31 to replace Pratt & Whitney engines

IndiGo and GoAir’s P&W engine-powered A320neo planes have been facing glitches over the past few months causing large-scale flight disruptions affecting thousands of passengers and raising safety concerns. In the wake of coronavirus-induced lockdown,...
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10 Years Since Zionist Murders Of Humanitarian Workers

10 Years Since Zionist Murders Of Humanitarian Workers

Mavi Marmara Ten Years on – Final Nail in Coffin of Zionist-Turkey Relations. Although Zionist regime later apologised for the mass murders that claimed the lives of nine Turkish nationals and one American and compensated the victims’ families, Zio...
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