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How The Elites Betrayed Working-Class America

"Most people believes we need more fake money to 'prime the pump' and get the economy rolling again... Almost no one realizes it, but it was these stimulating, pump-priming, new credit-based dollars that fueled the trends that ruined America’s working-class wage earner."

Meet DiDi: China's Answer To Uber

As Uber begins to falter and face stiffer competition from alternatives like Lyft, it might not be long before DiDi is the biggest ride hailing company in the world.

US Shale Production Just Hit A New All Time High

In July, the total US shale basin is producing a record amount of crude oil, which the EIA pegged at 5.472mmb/d, up almost exactly as predicted, and is expected to rise by a further 113kb/d in August to a new all time high of 5.585mmb/d.

Will Whole Foods Be Amazon's Waterloo?

"What advantages does Amazon bring to the WF concept model? Pricing? Management? Logistics? I would argue they aren’t relevant. And actually, the mindset of current senior management at both companies are in for a culture shock that will surely be epic...I’ve seen it happen, and I know how they turn out. All I’ll say is this: not good."

Congress Begins To Ask If Amazon Is Getting Too Big, Antitrust Hearing Called

Is Amazon getting too big? While that question has yet to be formally asked by the US government, on Friday we got a hint that it may be next on the agenda after the top Democrat on the House Antitrust Subcommittee, David Civilline, voiced concerns about Amazon's $13.7 billion plan to buy Whole Foods Market.

Frontrunning: July 12

  • Yellen to Address Interest Rates, Balance Sheet (WSJ)
  • Stocks Rebound as Dollar Dips on Trump Revelations (BBG)
  • Trump Jr.'s Russia emails could trigger probe under election law (Reuters)
  • Trump Jr. Emails Fan the Flames of Russia Probe (WSJ)
  • Trump’s Credibility Dealt Blow by His Son’s Emails (BBG)