So the MSM, and our government for that matter, is ok with a replacement Air Force One being six times as expensive as its predecessor, and about as costly as four new copies of already ridiculously overpriced stealth bombers. And the MSM is also somehow critical of the president-elect for bring this to light. Is it any wonder they feel the need to defend their bias by calling alternative coverage “fake”?
The federal judge who ordered Michigan to begin its recount on Monday effectively ended it this evening, extinguishing his earlier order, ruling that Green Party candidate Jill Stein "speculative claims" had no legal standing to request another look at ballots.
By circulating this article and this fake news list, we are not calling for these outlets to be censored, we are simply drawing attention to the fact that the very same entities who cry “fake news” are the primary sources for the most damaging, harmful and woefully inaccurate fake news stories in the history of modern journalism.
Blackrock's chief multi-asset strategist summed up tomorrow's anxiously awaited ECB meeting best by noting that "what’s priced into markets is a fully fledged extension of the [bond-buying] program," but warns that, thanks to a muted reaction to the Italy vote and recent encouraging data, "there’s a significant chance the ECB disappoints markets." As bond traders bet on a six-month QE extension, Citi warns, anything less will be seen as hawkish and send EUR surging.
Interest rates on U.S. fixed-rate mortgages rose to their highest levels in more than two years, sending weekly home loan application activity to its weakest since early January according to the MBA and the braoder US housing market reeling.
This isn’t the just the dissemination of disinformation, propaganda, and so on, that’s been going on for thousands of years... Truth itself is under attack. The very foundations of Reality are shaking.
Today's dramatic meltup in stocks has left many speechless, and just as many asking just how overvalued the market is at this moment. Here, for all those still interested in fundamentals, is the answer broken down in 20 different valuation metrics.
Moody's has cut Italy's long-term senior unsecuredd government debt rating outlook from 'stable' to 'negative', leaving it at Baa2 for now. Citing "slow and halting progress" on economic and fiscal reform in Italy, noting that reduction in Italy’s large debt burden will be further postponed given subdued medium-term growth prospects, recent fiscal slippage.