Huawei Willing to Sign ‘No-Spy’ Agreements With Governments: Chairman

Huawei is willing to sign no-spy agreements with governments, including Britain, the Chinese telecommunications company's chairman said on Tuesday as the United States pressures...

Bernie & AOC Declare War On The Poor With Anti-Credit-Card Law

Authored by Ryan McMaken via The Mises Institute, Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez unveiled sweeping new legislation on Thursday that would impose a federal...

“Get The Popcorn Ready” – Why The World’s Most Bearish Hedge Fund Thinks The...

Conventional investing wisdom would have you believe that anybody who has remained bearish on global markets since the financial crisis has not only lost...

Here’s Why The China Trade Deal Fell Apart

Readers who have been paying close attention to every leak related to the ongoing US-China trade talks might remember this FT story from six...

Exposing The Fed-Orchestrated False-Flag Of Low-Flation

Authored by Michael Lebowitz via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, “Don’t piss down my back and tell me it’s raining” – Clint Eastwood/The Outlaw Josey Wales On April 30, 2019,...

California’s Mandatory Minimum Wage-Hikes Are Starting To Backfire

According to a recent study conducted by the University of California Riverside, California's minimum wage hikes have slowed job growth among restaurant workers. The golden...

World’s Biggest Cash-Money-Printer “Confident We’ll Be Selling More Machines Soon”

Amid the global war on cash, the rise of cryptocurrencies, and tightening central banks, the world's biggest money-printer is turning its attention elsewhere to...

The Fed Will Give Banks A $36 Billion Taxpayer-Funded Subsidy This Year

Submitted by Elliott Middleton Before 2009, the Fed did not pay interest on banks' excess reserves held at the Fed. This practice was introduced as...

Fla.’s Felon Voting Bill to Restrict Impact in 2020

Florida felons will have to pay court-ordered financial obligations if they want their voting rights restored under a bill sent to Republican Gov. Ron...

Party’s Over – Mortgage Refinancings Collapse Most In 6 Years Despite Falling Rates

The party's over. Despite a reversal of the modest rise in mortgage rates in early March, mortgage applications continue to collapse. Overall, mortgage applications fell...

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