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“You’re Going to Create a Widespread Global Panic, Just Like Lehman”…   From CNBC: Related:  Deutsche Bank To Trigger Global Economic Collapse This Weekend? Eric Sprott Issues Warning: Deutsche Bank & $100 Trillion In Derivatives Hang By A Thread On Eve Of Jubilee! PANIC As Margin Calls Begin: Deutsche Bank Has Financial System On Cusp […] The post Deutsche Bank Will “Create A Widespread Global Panic Just Like Lehman” – MSM Suddenly Panicking appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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Will Deutsche Bank implode today, two days before the end of the Jubilee Year?   Submitted by Jeff Berwick, The Dollar Vigilante:  Nearly a year ago to the day, on September 28th, we wrote “Will Deutsche Bank Be This Cycle’s Lehman Brothers?” In it we asked, “In 2008, the financial crisis was set-off by the […] The post DEUTSCHE BANK & $100 TRILLION IN DERIVATIVES HANG BY A THREAD ON EVE OF JUBILEE appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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“Shades of Lehman All Over Again…Except Deutsche Bank Is A MUCH Bigger Entity- Probably 50 TIMES Bigger Than Lehman!… Keep Your Eyes On the Banking Sector Here, THIS Is When You Want to Own Gold and Silver! The Rats Are Deserting the Ship, This Is EXACTLY HOW THINGS GO DOWN!” From SprottMoney: Related:  Deutsche Bank […] The post Deutsche Bank To Trigger Global Financial Collapse THIS Weekend? Eric Sprott Warns “This Is EXACTLY How Things Go Down!” appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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Russia is sending more warplanes to Syria to further ramp up its campaign of air strikes, a Russian newspaper reported on Friday, as Moscow defied global censure over an escalation that Western countries say has torpedoed diplomacy....U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Thursday there was no point pursuing further negotiations with Russia over Syria. That leaves Washington - which is fighting Islamic State militants in northern Syria but has avoided direct involvement in the war between Assad and his main opponents - with no backup plan for a policy that hinged on talks co-sponsored
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Deutsche Bank On the Brink: Could We See A Systemic Financial Collapse Sunday Night? As Much As Part Of Us Would Love To See Deutsche Bank to Blow A $100 Trillion Hole In the Global Financial System This Weekend, We Suspect It Won’t Happen.  Here’s Why:       Eric’s thoughts on the possibility of […] The post Deutsche Bank – On the Brink of Global Financial Collapse? 2 Experts Who Aren’t Buying A Meltdown This Weekend appeared first on Silver Doctors.

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Investing In Global Banks vs The ‘Big Four’ With Philip Ingram The post Platinum Asset Management: Investing In Global Banks vs The ‘Big Four’ appeared first on ValueWalk.

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Submitted by Sean Corrigan via TrueSinews.com, I was recently flattered to be asked how I envisaged the dreaded ‘helicopter money’ working if it were not to simply add further to commercial banks’ already crippling mass of deadweight liabilities and assets, given that not only would printing it up in physical form be tortuous but that cash itself is only one conveniently heinous crime away from being proscribed altogether. The first possibility is that the central bank issues

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Almost one week after the first presidential debate, and days after Trump claimed that there were problems with his microphone, earlier today the Commission on Presidential Debates issued a brief, one-sentence statement Friday admitting "issues" with Donald Trump's audio in during the first presidential debate held on Monday. "Regarding the first debate, there were issues regarding Donald Trump's audio that affected the sound level in the debate hall," the statement read. Was Trump's audio

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Submitted by John Mauldin via MauldinEconomics.com, The Fed argues that low rates have worked. The economy emerged from recession. Unemployment drifted back down. “Yay for us,” said the Fed. Don't buy that statistical economic garbage. The economy recovered in spite of Fed policy, not because of it. The economy recovered because business owners, entrepreneurs, and workers rolled up their sleeves and made things happen. It involved a lot of pain: layoffs, asset sales, lost

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Submitted by David Galland via GarretGalland.com, Trigger Warning: The following article includes an abundance of insults and harsh words directed at individuals of both of the male and female sex as well as politically incorrect statements including digs at cross-dressers and people worried about the weather. If you feel “triggered” by any of the statements, please see a psychiatrist. ****  ****  ***** Dear Debate-Watchers, “I guess he is a buffoon after all. Too

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Helicopters and warships dominated the South China Sea, as Russia and China continued their joint eight-day naval exercises, dubbed Joint Sea 2016. A total of 18 ships and supply vessels, 21 aircraft and over 250 service personnel took part in the Joint Sea 2016 naval drills on September 12-19 in the South China Sea. Does this look like Russia and China are sending a message? h/t The Burning Platform

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Submitted by Wayne Madsen via infowars.com In an email sent to his business partner and Democratic fundraiser Jeffrey Leeds, former Secretary of State Colin Powell wrote of Hillary Clinton, “Everything HRC touches she kind of screws up with hubris.” Clinton’s tenure as Secretary of State during Barack Obama’s first term was an unmitigated disaster for many nations around the world. Neither the Donald Trump campaign nor the corporate media have adequately described how a

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Last year, the UK decided to repeal a part of its copyright law that enforced a drastically reduced copyright term for "industrially exploited artistic works" including "works of artistic craftsmanship" — in other words, the industrial design of manufactured objects that are primarily functional, like appliances and furniture. Rather than the full life-plus-seventy term, the copyright on such works was limited to 25 years from the date of manufacturing, making it somewhat closer to the

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With the price of gold and silver pulling back and consolidating this year's gains, today legendary Pierre Lassonde told King World News that he bought $10 million of mining stocks this week. The post ALERT: Legend Pierre Lassonde Put $10 Million Into Mining Stocks This Week appeared first on King World News.

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You may recall that roughly a year ago, a federal judge struck down a New Hampshire law that made "ballot selfies" illegal. The state had essentially updated its laws revolving around limiting the ability to sell votes or influence the public through depicting who a person voted for to include criminalizing anyone that took a picture of their completed ballot and shared it on social media. The state had said that allowing that sort of thing encouraged voter corruption, with the idea that ballot

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Private email servers, DNC emails, hacked Yahoo accounts — we take a look back at recent email drama and what it says about the technology.

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For $59, the Ultimate Software Testing Bundle has 11 courses covering everything you need to know to get started as a software tester. You will learn the basics of software testing, how to debug issues, and much more through the 84 hours of lectures and exercises. Note: The Techdirt Deals Store is powered and curated by StackCommerce. A portion of all sales from Techdirt Deals helps support Techdirt. The products featured do not reflect endorsements by our editorial team.Permalink | Comments

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Curious about what criteria the CIA have for determining if they "can neither confirm nor deny" something? So did Jason Smathers, who back in 2010 filed one of MuckRock's earliest requests for exactly that. Six years later, he still doesn't know. Smathers first filed in October 2010 - to the agency's credit, they only took a mere two months to get back to him. Which was followed by two and a half years of radio silence. A follow-up in June of 2013 was finally responded to with

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Earlier this week, when I explained how basically all audience metrics are garbage both online and off, I trimmed the specifics on several platforms since knocking them all down in detail would have made that already-hefty post even longer. But, recent revelations about Facebook's long-running inflation of a key video metric call for a deeper look at the world of Facebook video content and why, yet again, nobody has any idea how many people really see something (and this time, advertisers are

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And he's obsessed with his Spotify account.

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The red bottles got a lot of praise, but disappeared when CVS bought Target Pharmacy.

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