26/06/2016

Arkanicide Rides Again: Former U.N. Official Set to Testify Against Clinton Ally Dies from Barbell Accident

by John Galt June 26, 2016 19:35 ET This story is why Twitter is so incredibly awesome as I would not have noticed it except for a Tweet crossing my timeline. John William Ashe was a former President of the U.N. General Assembly from 2013 to 2014. Nothing about his career seemed worthy of knowing about until today however, when the NY Post pushed that “conspiracy theorist” buzzer to wake all of us up who do not believe in coincidence. From the New York Post’s Page 6 this morning: Disgraced ex-UN…


06.27 Market Deathburger: The EuroCarnage Continues after Brexit

by John Galt June 26, 2 016 15:30 ET I shall keep this as a running update as trading and markets open. Needless to say, currency markets in Asia have opened and the carnage continues unabated so look for Bank of Japan and Swiss intervention soon enough. 05:00 ET – While equity futures are not indicating panic, the bond market is screaming a move into safety. This could be another long day and the key level to watch on the S&P 500 is 2020 as a violation of that figure at…


Spainaggedon Election: Pro-EU Mainstream Parties INCREASE Seats but no Clear Majority

by John Galt June 26, 2016 08:30 ET Sometimes the bull gets you, sometimes you get to sprinkle some A-1 Steak Sauce on him when he’s medium rare. Today we find out if Spanish voters are inspired by the Brexit vote to take a strong stand against the European Union’s insane bankster inspired austerity programs which are running in parallel to the banking bailout which has done nothing to help the average Spanish citizen to improve their standard of living in over a decade. Sound familiar? I shall try to keep…


Middle East Markets Hit Hard but Stabilized on Sunday after Brexit Vote

by John Galt June 26, 2016 11:00 ET The running theme in equity markets around the world has been to panic, sell, and pray for some sort of government intervention. In the Middle East that is no different except the intervention must come from the monarchies not from central banksters and indeed that is what happened throughout the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) nations today. The interesting pattern in all the charts is massive selling on the open and some recovery towards the close however in those nations where the royal families…


06.26 More Turmoil in the UK as Labor Party Faces Internal Revolt (Updated)

by John Galt June 26, 2016 09:00 ET UPDATE 13:00 ET – From the UK Guardian: Tom Watson, the deputy Labour leader, has issued a statement on today’s development. Here it is in full. I was deeply disappointed to see Hilary Benn sacked in the early hours of this morning and equally saddened that so many talented, able and hard-working colleagues felt they had to leave the shadow cabinet. My single focus is to hold the Labour party together in very turbulent times. The nation needs an effective opposition, particularly as…


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