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Medical Experts Believe Influenza Is Deadlier Than The Novel Coronavirus

https://youtu.be/OZcRD9fV7jo KEY POINTS There are already five confirmed cases of coronavirus in the U.S. Medical experts believe influenza is deadlier than the coronavirus Influenza could cause 61,000 deaths in the U.S. Despite the growing number of cases of the novel coronavirus in different parts of the world, medical experts warned that influenza is still a… Continue reading Medical Experts Believe Influenza Is Deadlier Than The Novel Coronavirus

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Shrinking Labor Force “is primary factor behind latest unemployment rate. – MarketWatch

The nation’s unemployment rate sank in April to the lowest rate since December 1969, but the milestone comes with a big caveat: The decline stemmed from more people quitting their search for work. The jobless rate slipped to 3.6% last month from 3.8% in March, continuing a long downward arc from a 27-year high of… Continue reading Shrinking Labor Force “is primary factor behind latest unemployment rate. – MarketWatch

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China And Russia On Gold: The Quiet Revolution

There is a quiet revolution taking place in the monetary vacuum that’s developing on the back of the erosion of the dollar’s hegemony. It is perhaps too early to call what’s happening to the dollar the beginning of its demise as the world’s reserve currency, but there is certainly a move away from it in… Continue reading China And Russia On Gold: The Quiet Revolution

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OPEC Shuts Down Oil Shipments To U.S. Refiners: Iraqi Oil Surges

U.S. refiners are receiving smaller shipments of oil from members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) due to the bloc’s production cut agreement, according to a new report by Bloomberg. Weekly crude imports from seven bloc nations dropped by 14 percent last week, the Energy Information Administration said. The fall brings import levels… Continue reading OPEC Shuts Down Oil Shipments To U.S. Refiners: Iraqi Oil Surges

Bank · China · Economy · Petrodollar · Petroyuan · Rothschild

Chinese Petroyuan To Replace Rothschild Deep State Petrodollar

Petrodollars have dominated the global energy markets for more than 40 years. But now, China is looking to change that by replacing the word dollars for yuan. Nations, of course, have tried this before since the system was set up by former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in tandem with the House of Saud back… Continue reading Chinese Petroyuan To Replace Rothschild Deep State Petrodollar

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Iraq’s Largest Oil Refinery Complex In Bayji Being Prepared To Be Placed Back Online: Iraqi Oil Sales Surges Surpassing Saudi Arabia As Fastest Growing Market

Iraq began to rebuild its largest oil refinery this week, jumpstarting an effort to reconstruct the country after a three-year war with the [CIA Mossad Proxy Army ISIS aka] terrorist Islamic State, an announcement from the oil ministry said. The Baiji complex should produce 70,000 barrels of oil per day upon completion, ministry spokesman Assem… Continue reading Iraq’s Largest Oil Refinery Complex In Bayji Being Prepared To Be Placed Back Online: Iraqi Oil Sales Surges Surpassing Saudi Arabia As Fastest Growing Market

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Gold’s Global Supply Artery: Declining Supply Heading For Cardiac Arrest With Increasing Demand Vs Debt Clock

An oceanic-scale demand push from "all parts Far East" is building, as the desire to own gold and silver promises to place an increasingly solid foundation for years to come. China, India, and Southeast Asia have historically accumulated precious metal as a savings vehicle, a hedge against political uncertainty (e.g. India's surprise call-in last year… Continue reading Gold’s Global Supply Artery: Declining Supply Heading For Cardiac Arrest With Increasing Demand Vs Debt Clock

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Texas Shifts Away From The Federal Reserve: State’s New Silver Gold Bullion Depository

AUSTIN, Texas (Nov. 15, 2017) – The Texas Bullion Depository took a step closer becoming operational earlier this month when officials announced the location of the new facility. The creation of a state bullion depository in Texas represents a power shift away from the federal government to the state, and it provides a blueprint that… Continue reading Texas Shifts Away From The Federal Reserve: State’s New Silver Gold Bullion Depository

BRICS · China · Economy · Oil · Petroyuan · President Putin · President Xi Jinping · Russia · Yuan

China Launching “Petroyuan”

The writing is on the wall for dollar hegemony. As Russian President Vladimir Putin said almost two months ago during the BRICs summit in Xiamen, “Russia shares the BRICS countries’ concerns over the unfairness of the global financial and economic architecture, which does not give due regard to the growing weight of the emerging economies. We are ready to work together with our partners to promote international financial… Continue reading China Launching “Petroyuan”

China · Economy · Gold · Precious Metals · Silver · South Korea

South Korea’s Silver Hi-Tech Exports: Economy Grows At Fastest Rate In 7 Years

South Korea’s economy outpaced earlier growth expectations due to a rise in silver semiconductor exports. Defying the elevated political tensions on the Korean Peninsula, South Korea’s economy has accelerated to its fastest rate in seven-years driven by robust domestic retail sales, as well as a pick-up in foreign trade. This brings the nation’s monetary policy into the spotlight, with investors and policymakers alike getting… Continue reading South Korea’s Silver Hi-Tech Exports: Economy Grows At Fastest Rate In 7 Years

BitCoin · China · Cryptocurrency · Currency · Debt · Economy · Gold · Precious Metals · President Putin · President Xi Jinping · Rothschild · Silver

Russia & China Using Gold To Pave The Way To Economic Independence

China wants to dethrone the dollar. But of course, it’s not alone. Russia would also love to knock the US off the top of the economic mountain. Putin is also positioning his country to free itself from the dollar-dominated global financial system. Like its neighbor to the east, Russia is using gold to pave the… Continue reading Russia & China Using Gold To Pave The Way To Economic Independence

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Iraqi Oil Surges 30% To China & 23% To India Surpassing Saudi Arabia As Fastest Growing Market

Iraq is gaining the edge over Saudi Arabia in the world’s fastest-growing oil consumer amid an intensifying race among producers to retain their most-prized markets. Iraq was the top crude supplier to India for a third month in May, shipping 1 million barrels a day, according to shipping data compiled by Bloomberg. Iraqi supplies accounted… Continue reading Iraqi Oil Surges 30% To China & 23% To India Surpassing Saudi Arabia As Fastest Growing Market

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Fiat Bitcoin Centralizers Decided To Do Another Fiat Hard Fork For You On October 25, 2017

Bitcoin’s growing pains continue, it seems. Throughout the year and leading up to the summer, investors, developers, and miners [The Elite Centralizers] engaged in a difficult and at times tense debate about how to scale the cryptocurrency to accommodate the growing customer base and transaction volume. The result was the adoption of new protocols which… Continue reading Fiat Bitcoin Centralizers Decided To Do Another Fiat Hard Fork For You On October 25, 2017

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South Korea Outlaws Cryptocurrencies Following China & Russia

Ethereum and bitcoin dropped after South Korea banned domestic initial coin offerings and margin trading in cryptocurrencies. The Financial Services Commission in Seoul said all forms of ICOs are prohibited in the country, including projects that share profits, rights, dividends, and other "coin-style" offerings, according to a statement. The commission also banned the practice of… Continue reading South Korea Outlaws Cryptocurrencies Following China & Russia

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President Erdogan Of Turkey Finalizes Purchase Of Russian Air Defense System

Russia and Turkey on Friday signed an agreement which has Ankara make a down payment on an advanced anti-missile air defense system. Turkey had previously indicated that it was interested in buying the Russian S-400 anti-missile air defense system to boost its air defense stature. An agreement was reached between Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu… Continue reading President Erdogan Of Turkey Finalizes Purchase Of Russian Air Defense System