Goldman: The Economic Surge Is Starting To Flare Out… And Markets Are Starting To Price It In

Goldman: The Economic Surge Is Starting To Flare Out… And Markets Are Starting To Price It In A year ago, Goldman Sachs wrote about an adage that came to characterize the market’s response to the pandemic: “investors can not afford to wait for the resolution to a problem that they know will be resolved.” And…

How To Start A War

How To Start A War Authored by Victor Davis Hanson via AmGreatness.com, Wars often arise from uncertainty. When strong powers appear weak, truly weaker ones take risks they otherwise would not.  Sloppy braggadocio and serial promises of restraint alternatively trigger wars, too. Empty tough talk can needlessly egg on aggressors. But mouthing utopian bromides convinces…

A Third Of Workers In San Fran Will Not Return To The Office

A Third Of Workers In San Fran Will Not Return To The Office While we have been writing more of late about corporations returning to the office and life (slowly) starting to return back to normal, not everybody is going to be making the trek back into the office.  Only about 38% of currently employed San Francisco…

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Beijing says US return to Paris Agreement is not ‘return of the king’ but ‘return of the student who skipped school’

The Chinese Foreign Ministry has rubbished US suggestions that Beijing isn’t doing enough to achieve the goals of the Paris Agreement, insisting that Washington has yet to make a proper contribution to combat climate change. Speaking on Friday, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said that the US was not in a position to criticize…

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One and done? Study suggests recovered Covid-19 patients may only need single vaccine dose

Recovered Covid-19 patients showed significant antibody responses after just a single mRNA vaccine dose but apparently received little additional benefit following their second dose, promising new research has found. Researchers led by E. John Wherry, PhD at the Penn Institute of Immunology took blood samples from 44 healthy individuals who received either the BioNTech/Pfizer or…

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Google faces ‘millions’ in fines after Australian court rules in ‘world-first’ case that it misled users about data collection

Google could be forced to pay millions in compensation after an Australian court ruled in a landmark case that the company deceived users about how it collects personal data on Android mobile devices. The federal court sided with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC), which sued Google in October 2019, alleging that the tech…

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Spanish police raid illegal 3D-printed weapons workshop capable of producing a gun barrel IN MINUTES

Spanish police have seized weapons, including a replica assault rifle and explosives, in a raid on what has been called the first illegal 3D-printed weapons workshop in Spain, capable of producing weapon parts in minutes. Law enforcement officers raided a facility in Santa Cruz de Tenerife in Spain’s Canary Islands and arrested its owner, whose…

Escobar: So Who Wants A Hot War?

Escobar: So Who Wants A Hot War? Authored by Pepe Escobar via The Saker blog, It’s a scorpion battle inside a vortex of distorted mirrors inside a circus. So let’s start with the mirrors in the circus. The non-entity that passes for Ukrainian Foreign Minister traveled to Brussels to be courted by US Secretary of…

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‘Covid-free’ trains start operating between Rome and Milan

Italy’s state-run railway has begun operating “Covid-free” high-speed trains between Rome and Milan, with a negative test being a prerequisite for boarding. The busiest route in Italy, between the capital, Rome, and the second-biggest city, Milan, will see two non-stop trains in each direction per day. The trains will have a passenger capacity of 50%.…

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Where COVID Cases Are Growing The Fastest

Where COVID Cases Are Growing The Fastest COVID-19 cases are growing in many countries around the world, but, as Statista’s Katharina Buchholz details below, some are hit harder than others. Numbers by Johns Hopkins University published on Our World in Data show that among the highly affected countries with rising case numbers are several with successful vaccination campaigns,…

What The CDC’s VAERS Database Reveals About “Adverse” Post-Vaccine Reactions

What The CDC’s VAERS Database Reveals About “Adverse” Post-Vaccine Reactions Authored by Megan Redshaw via ChildrensHealthDefense.org, Data released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the number of injuries and deaths reported to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) following COVID vaccines revealed reports of blood clots and other related blood disorders associated with all…

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Salmonella outbreak in Denmark linked to popular herbal digestive supplements claimed three lives, Danish health watchdog says

A months-long outbreak of salmonella in Denmark that has resulted in three deaths and caused infections in more than 30 people has been linked to a widely used brand of herbal medicine products by the country’s top health agency. The Statens Serum Institut (SSI), responsible for ensuring preparedness against infectious diseases, said all those affected…

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Scientists create first chimeric human-monkey embryos which can survive up to 20 days

An international team of scientists based in China and the United States have successfully grown human-monkey chimeric embryos for up to 20 days, a world first, pushing the boundaries of both science and ethics simultaneously. The research was led by gene expression expert Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte from the Salk Institute in California who, along…

Navalny’s Team Claims He ‘Could Die At Any Moment’ As US Warns Russia Of “Consequences” 

Navalny’s Team Claims He ‘Could Die At Any Moment’ As US Warns Russia Of “Consequences”  National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan has told CNN on Sunday that “We have communicated [to Russia] that there will be consequences if Mr. Navalny dies.” Alexei Navalny’s name was conspicuously absent from President Biden’s Thursday evening address describing the administration’s…

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Indonesia arrests two hackers over $60-million fraud that targeted US jobless during Covid pandemic

Indonesia has charged two hackers over a $60-million scam targeting Americans who lost their jobs during the Covid pandemic, directing people to fake websites, stealing data then using it to defraud millions from an aid program. The fraudsters used scam text messages, sent to 20 million individuals, to push Americans to fake government websites where…

Tesla With No One In Driver’s Seat Wrecks, Burst Into Flames, Kills Two Men

Tesla With No One In Driver’s Seat Wrecks, Burst Into Flames, Kills Two Men Here we go again. While the NHTSA continues to sit idly by and allow Tesla to continue to beta test its “Autopilot” and “Full Self Driving” features on public roads, yet another two men are dead after a Tesla crash where…

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‘Highly probable’ EU won’t renew AstraZeneca or J&J Covid-19 vaccine contract, French minister says

France’s minister for industry has said she thinks it will be highly unlikely that the EU will seek new contracts with AstraZeneca and J&J for their Covid vaccines, but says discussions with Pfizer and Moderna have already begun. Speaking on Friday to BFMTV, Minister for Industry Agnes Pannier-Runacher gave a frank assessment of the EU’s…

The Inflation Or Disinflation Debate Continues

The Inflation Or Disinflation Debate Continues Authored by David Robertson via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, Several positive developments over the last several months have dramatically improved the near-term outlook for the economy. Accelerating vaccine rollouts, increasing business activity, continued monetary policy, and substantial new doses of fiscal spending contribute to the potential for higher economic output. All these…

Morgan Stanley: If A CBDC Gains Acceptance For International Transactions, It Could Become The New Reserve Currency

Morgan Stanley: If A CBDC Gains Acceptance For International Transactions, It Could Become The New Reserve Currency By Chetan Ahya, Morgan Stanley’s Chief Economist and Global Head of Economics Central Bank Digital Currencies – The Next Disruption We do not usually associate disruption with central banks. But a major move to introduce central bank digital…

Greenwich Single-Family Listings Fall Most On Record As Buying Frenzy Continues 

Greenwich Single-Family Listings Fall Most On Record As Buying Frenzy Continues  New York City millionaires quickly realize their hometown has transformed into a socio-economic disaster that could rival the 1970s in terms of crime, unemployment, and taxes. Many have made a beeline for neighboring Greenwich.  After years of stagnant demand growth for its multi-million dollar…

In San Francisco, Drug Overdoses Claimed Twice As Many Lives As COVID-19

In San Francisco, Drug Overdoses Claimed Twice As Many Lives As COVID-19 Authored by Ivan Pentchoukov via The Epoch Times, More than twice as many people died from accidental drug overdoses in San Francisco in 2020 than from the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus, according to preliminary data released by the city’s office of the Chief Medical Examiner. A total of…

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Scientists reveal new explanation for why people are persistently hungry all the time

A study between multiple universities has revisited the link between blood sugar and appetite, and found the relationship is far more complex than previously understood, yielding new insights on how to tame persistent hunger. The researchers examined blood sugar responses and other indicators from 1,070 participants in the UK and the US, sourcing data from…

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