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The world economy has never faced a more perilous situation. While many have just started to debate whether a recession will start in 2019 or 2020
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The world economy has never faced a more perilous situation. While many have just started to debate whether a recession will start in 2019 or 2020

December 18th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Authored by Thomas Malinen via GNSEconomics.com, The world economy has never faced a more perilous situation. While many have just started to debate whether a recession will start in 2019 or 2020, very few perceive the ’black...
BIS Fears “Bulge of BBB Debt” and “Financial Cycle” Default Waves
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BIS Fears “Bulge of BBB Debt” and “Financial Cycle” Default Waves

December 18th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
BIS Fears “Bulge of BBB Debt” and “Financial Cycle” Default Waves Mike Mish Shedlock In its 4th quarter review, the BIS is concerned about the rise in near-junk debt, fearing “waves” if the...
Billy Graham : Are You Ready to Meet God?
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Billy Graham : Are You Ready to Meet God?

December 16th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Are You Ready to Meet God? By Billy Graham   • The Greater New York Billy Graham Crusade, in June 2005, was Billy Graham’s final Crusade, although he preached later at two Franklin Graham Festivals (New Orleans and...
To All The World-Improvers’ & Justice-Warriors: “Shut Up And Play Yer Own Cards”
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To All The World-Improvers’ & Justice-Warriors: “Shut Up And Play Yer Own Cards”

December 16th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
To All The World-Improvers’ & Justice-Warriors: “Shut Up And Play Yer Own Cards” Authored by Mark Jeftovic via Guerilla-Capitalism.com, A few months ago I had formed a useful metaphor about the underlying...
Canadians’ household debt burden creeps higher
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Canadians’ household debt burden creeps higher

December 16th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Canadians’ household debt burden creeps higher We owe nearly $1.78 in credit market debt to every $1 disposable income Total credit market borrowing, however, slowed for the third consecutive quarter.Canadian Press The Canadian...
“United Nations, Your Silence is Getting Worse”: Extremist Persecution of Christians, September 2018
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“United Nations, Your Silence is Getting Worse”: Extremist Persecution of Christians, September 2018

December 16th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
“United Nations, Your Silence is Getting Worse”: Extremist Persecution of Christians, September 2018 by Raymond Ibrahim December 16, 2018 at 5:00 am...
Attention Millennials: Japan Is Now Giving Away Free Houses ; Akiya banks: Real estate listings promoting sales of abandoned Japanese homes
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Attention Millennials: Japan Is Now Giving Away Free Houses ; Akiya banks: Real estate listings promoting sales of abandoned Japanese homes

December 14th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
There are over 8 million abandoned homes in Japanese suburbs, according to The Japan Times.  If you are a struggling American millennial: you could theoretically move to Japan because the sushi’s fresh, cost of living...
Moody’s downgrades Ontario’s credit rating, citing deficit, revenue cuts under Doug Ford
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Moody’s downgrades Ontario’s credit rating, citing deficit, revenue cuts under Doug Ford

December 14th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Moody’s downgrades Ontario’s credit rating, citing deficit, revenue cuts under Doug Ford Debt burden to grow faster than expected, rating agency warns Moody’s says actions taken by Doug Ford’s government to reduce...
TORONTO — A memo sent to Ontario public service employees says the government is offering buyout packages to thousands of workers in an effort to cut costs without resorting to layoffs.
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TORONTO — A memo sent to Ontario public service employees says the government is offering buyout packages to thousands of workers in an effort to cut costs without resorting to layoffs.

December 13th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Ontario government offers buyouts to thousands of non-union public service staff to cut costs A memo says the offer is part of the Progressive Conservative government’s plan to address its fiscal challenges Ontario Premier...
New B-20 rules have created an uneven playing field because stress tests don’t apply to people renewing mortgages with their current lender
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New B-20 rules have created an uneven playing field because stress tests don’t apply to people renewing mortgages with their current lender

December 13th, 2018 | by Richard Paul
Big banks tighten grip on mortgage market after rule changes stifle competition New B-20 rules have created an uneven playing field because stress tests don’t apply to people renewing mortgages with their current lender...