Archive for March 7th, 2011

Opec to lift output as oil crisis deepens

Monday, March 7th, 2011

Oil’s march towards $120 a barrel sparked a frantic day across financial markets, as Opec members prepared to increase production and investors seeking a “safe haven” drove the price of gold to a fresh high. By Richard Blackden TelegraphUK 08 Mar 2011 Fears were intensified as Libya witnessed a day of fierce clashes between... »

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Libya: oil price surges as Gaddafi forces gain ground and storm key town

Monday, March 7th, 2011

The conflict in Libya helped propel the price of oil towards $120 a barrel on Monday as forces loyal to Col Muammar Gaddafi and rebels trying to overthrow his regime formed a front line around the strategic oil town of Ras Lanuf. By James Kirkup, Praveen Swami and Adrian Blomfield in Benghazi TelegraphUK 07... »

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Monday, March 7th, 2011

Charles Hugh Smith March 7, 2011 What passes for “Progressive” now is not in the least progressive. The agendas of both so-called “Progressive” and “Conservative” ideologies are based on paradoxes that proponents conveniently ignore. Let’s start with the so-called “Progressive” agenda, so-called because beneath the ideologically “Left” bluster there is little actually progressive... »

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Hyperinflationary Deluge Is Imminent

Monday, March 7th, 2011

Tyler Durden Market Oracle Mar 07, 2011 A deluge of an unprecedented magnitude is both inevitable and imminent. The consequences of the economic and political mismanagement will have a devastating impact on the world for a very long time. And the consequences will touch most corners of the world in so many different areas;... »

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No Way Out

Monday, March 7th, 2011

By Bill Powers 03/07/2011 Excerpt from Powers Energy Investor, March 1st issue With the unrest continuing in the Middle East and northern Africa, we are rapidly heading towards a crossroads in the history of energy supplies. More specifically, the shutting in of approximately half of Libya’s oil production in the last week of... »

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US farmers fear the return of the Dust Bowl

Monday, March 7th, 2011

For years the Ogallala Aquifer, the world’s largest underground body of fresh water, has irrigated thousands of square miles of American farmland. Now it is running dry By Charles Laurence TelegraphUK There is not much to be happy about these days in Happy, Texas. Main Street is shuttered but for the Happy National Bank,... »

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Charles Biderman On How The Fed Continues To Rig The Market And Why There Will Be A QE 3…And 4

Monday, March 7th, 2011 03/07/2011 The last time Charles Biderman appeared on CNBC, he was carted onstage (and promptly off) in the late hours before Christmas Eve, when it was virtually assured nobody would hear the self-evident truths out of his mouth such as this one: “individuals have been selling, companies are net selling, insider selling and... »

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TSA, DHS plan massive rollout of mobile surveillance vans with long-distance X-ray capability, eye movement tracking and more

Monday, March 7th, 2011

by Mike Adams Newly-released documents obtained by the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) reveal that the US Depart of Homeland Security has been working on plans to roll out a new wave of mobile surveillance technologies at train stations, stadiums and streets. These new technologies will track your eye movements, capture and record... »

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Spiking Oil, Plunging Economy

Monday, March 7th, 2011

Greg Hunter This weekend, violence continued to erupt in the Middle East. In Libya, the Gaddafi government launched counter attacks against the rebels. Many fear there is a full blown civil war brewing in that oil rich country. Yemeni loyalists also staged counterattacks against anti-government protesters in hopes of dispersing them. They used... »

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Google Restricts Access To Internet Content

Monday, March 7th, 2011

Google cranks up the Consensus Engine By Andrew Orlowski Google this week admitted that its staff will pick and choose what appears in its search results. It’s a historic statement – and nobody has yet grasped its significance. Not so very long ago, Google disclaimed responsibility for its search results by explaining that... »

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