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Here Come the Money Helicopters!

Here Come the Money Helicopters!

For the last eight years, we have seen nothing but absurd and unproductive central bank policies. But hang onto your hat: There are plenty more where those came from!
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Why Deutsche Bank Selloffs are a Symptom of the Coming Crisis

It wasn’t quite the Lehmann Brothers moment that sent the global economy into a tailspin some eight year ago. But, in many ways, it could end up even worse than that. Deutsche Bank’s recent share market woes echo the first cracks that began appearing in the lead up to the 2008 financial crisis.
The post Why Deutsche Bank Selloffs are a Symptom of the Coming Crisis appeared first on The Daily Reckoning Australia.

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A Brief Tour of America’s Military Misadventures

I had taken her on a brief tour of American military history. Every war had its ‘reasons,’ but they were all absurd.
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What is Happening to the Lend Lease Share Price?

Lend Lease [ASX:LLC] is a diversified property development company. It designs, builds, funds and owns a range of property and infrastructure developments, both in Australia and overseas.
The post What is Happening to the Lend Lease Share Price? appeared first on The Daily Reckoning Australia.

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RBA Maintains Positive Outlooks, but Open to More Rate Cuts

The Reserve Bank’s quarterly report, released today, delivered a positive outlook for the Australian economy. The RBA cited falling unemployment, low inflation, and a weaker dollar as evidence the post mining transition was still on track.
The post RBA Maintains Positive Outlooks, but Open to More Rate Cuts appeared first on The Daily Reckoning Australia.

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