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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary John Williams shares the following with us. – Third-Quarter 2014 Economic Growth Slowed Sharply  – Long-Term Stagnation in Housing Starts Continued at Low Level of Activity  – Social Security COLA Should Notch Slightly Higher from Last Year’s Adjustment, Remaining Far Shy of Common Experience "No. 667: September Housing Starts, Prospective Third-Quarter GDP… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary The latest from John Williams’ www.ShadowStats.com. – Third-Quarter Production Growth Slowed Sharply  – Falling Auto Production in September More than Offset by Defense Industry Output, Oil and Gas Production and Weather-Related Utility Surge "No. 666: September Industrial Production"  Web-page: http://www.shadowstats.com   HFT Firm Athena Engaged In Massive Closing Price Manipulation, Called It… Read more »

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Jim, QE to infinity? CIGA Craig Craig, QE to Infinity, or whatever new name they decide to give it. Jim Fed’s Bullard says QE3 could last longer than October Published: Oct 16, 2014 10:33 a.m. ET The Federal Reserve should consider extending its bond-buying program beyond October to see how the U.S. economic outlook evolves,… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary John Williams shares his views. – September Retail Sales Declined, August and September Activity Revised Lower and Third-Quarter Broad Growth Slowed Sharply  – Unstable Seasonal Factors Helped Push Headline PPI Lower "No. 665: September Retail Sales, PPI"  Web-page: http://www.shadowstats.com Second Ebola-Infected Nurse Identified, Was Symptomatic With 99.5 Degree Fever While Flying Submitted… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Who was sanctioned, Russia or Europe? EU risks €40bn hemorrhage from Russia sanctions in 2014 – Foreign Minister Published time: October 14, 2014 07:53 Edited time: October 14, 2014 11:48 Economies across the European Union will lose about €40 billion this year, with the damage estimated to widen to €50 billion in… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary The real story. Gold firms up on good seasonal offtake amid global cues Gold prices bounced back at the domestic bullion market today due to renewed buying interest from jewellery traders and retailers ahead of festivities amid buoyant overseas sentiment. Elsewhere, silver continued its rising trend for the third straight session on… Read more »

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Dear Wolfgang, The reaction will be in excess of the cause, therefore unlimited intervention is a probability. Jim Jim, The article implies that the Fed will intervene in a market crash and will use whatever it takes to prevent it… $1 trillion, $5 trillion, $20 trillion. Should this be the case, then we can expect… Read more »

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  Russia dumping dollars to use to protect currency and falling oil prices October 10, 2014 5:33 PM MST As the United States expands its proxy war against Russia and the BRICS nations through a newly discovered secret deal with Saudi Arabia to force down global oil prices, Russia is firing back to this monetary… Read more »