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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Tighten now, Janet! US Manufacturing Plunges To 2-Year Lows As New Orders, Employment Tumble Submitted by Tyler Durden on 09/01/2015 10:06 -0400 Following disappoint PMIs from around the world, the US decoupling meme took another knock today as Markit PMI printed 53.0 (from 53.8) – its lowest in almost 2 years, led by a… Read more »

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Stanley Fischer Speaks——-Drivel From A Dangerous Academic Fool By David Stockman • August 31, 2015 With every passing week that money markets rates remain pinned to the zero bound by the Fed, the magnitude of the financial catastrophe hurtling toward main street America intensifies. That’s because 80 months—– and counting—–of zero interest rates are fueling the most… Read more »

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Central banks can’t save the markets from a crash. They shouldn’t even try Alarming data from China was met with a soothing hint about monetary policy. But treasuries can Sunday 30 August 2015 04.00 EDT Like children clinging to their parents, stock market traders turned to their central banks last week as they sought protection from the… Read more »

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Jim, Hey, I’m gonna produce as much oil as possible, no matter what the price, to fund our budget. But it would be nice to overcome supply and demand and get higher prices for it. Let me think now… I’ll consult a good friend of mine. (Whisper) “Start a war in the Mideast. That should… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Mr. Williams shares the following with us. – Gross Domestic Income (GDI) Confirmed Stagnant First-Half Economy, Largely Consistent with Reporting of Industrial Production and Real-Retail Sales- Upside Revision to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Was Unstable and Nonsensical- Second-Quarter GDP Now Shows Above-Average Economic Growth; Headline First-Quarter Activity Was Stagnant- GDI Activity Was… Read more »

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  Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Mr. Williams shares the following with us. – Financial-Market Turmoil Heralds Likely Systemic Instabilities – July Durable Goods Orders Fell Year-to-Year for Sixth Straight Month, Irrespective of Considerations for Commercial Aircraft Orders or Inflation – Flat-to-Minus Real Orders Continued Below the Peak Activity Seen before Both the 2001 and 2007 Formal… Read more »

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Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Sprinkles should never have chosen a Liberal as his human. He is welcome here.   Jim Sinclair’s Commentary Could be. With China anything like this is possible. Is China Quietly Targeting A 20% Devaluation? Submitted by Tyler Durden on 08/25/2015 19:08 -0400 When China took the “surprising” (to anyone who was naive… Read more »