Special Counsel Jack Smith Demanded Info On Americans Who "Favorited Or Retweeted" Trump Tweets; Newly Released Docs Show
...the information Smith sought were lists of all Twitter users who “favorited or retweeted” Trump’s tweets, “as well as all tweets that include the username associated with the account” in “mentions” or “replies.”
With inflation constraining the policy put for the first time since it was invented and globalization trends in reverse, together with increasing geopolitical risks, it may be the last 35 years that were the outlier and not today...
Part of a nationwide struggle...
"The ADL publicly dismissed that line of critique in the summer of 2020..."
"We no longer have that robust environment for teachers or students..."
Inflation down (in Europe) and Growth up (in US) prompted more 'goldilocks' narrative calls today, but...
Bitcoin halvings significantly increase the cryptocurrency’s scarcity...
This can't be good.
"...it is being suppressed because if silver rises uncontrollably, it will be like pulling the silver pin in the gold grenade.”
"Japan Coast Guard units continued the search in the dark off..."
The slowdown was visible across both Fed mandates: price increases moderated across districts, while demand for labor continued to ease, as most Districts reported flat to modest increases in overall employment.
"Even if an agreement is reached, the odds of the deal closing are questionable given the size of the combination and increased federal scrutiny..."
The noise in the bond market is thunderous these days as inflation is still well above norms, deficits remain high, and the Fed continues to promise higher rates for longer. Noise creates differences between the yield on bonds and their true fair value.
The biggest takeaway from this report is that consumers traded down from traditional retailers to discounting ones...
Saudi Arabia, the world’s biggest oil producer, is in favor of the new cuts while Nigeria and Angola have been resisting a downgrade of individual quotas, as has the United Arab Emirates.
The Bloomberg gauge of global sovereign and corporate debt has returned 4.9% in November, its biggest monthly gain since it surged 6.2% in the depths of the recession in December 2008.
"If you can't go via the Panama Canal, you must add one more ship for the same volume."
Lower interest rates mean recession. Lower inflation means prices are still going up...
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