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Scale of brain drain to capital laid out in official study showing sharply higher numbers of graduates in London compared to rest of England and Wales...
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In This Issue.

*  Euro leads most currencies lower.
*  Indian rupee still rallying!
*  Groundhog Day again for Gold.
*  Data void in U.S. is strange.

And Now. Today's A Pfennig For Your Thoughts.

German IFO Prints Weak.

Good Day! . And a Happy Friday to one and all! Well, our little Christine worked magic yesterday, but bringing in the iced cake

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NEP’s Randy Wray on Thom Hartmann’s Show

Randy Wray is appearing live on Thom Hartmann’s show on Tuesday May 27th, 2014 from 3:00-4:00 ET.

Info on how to listen:

live on radio stations coast to coast…live on XM/Sirius satellite radio…simulcast LIVE on Free Speech TV on Dish Network, Direct TV, Comcast Cable, RCN, Cox...

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Dear Reader,

FOMO.

I heard this acronym on a podcast last week. Having no clue what it meant, I consulted Google.

Turns out it stands for “Fear of Missing Out.” Kids use it to describe their anxiety about missing a social event that all of their friends are attending.

It struck me that investors experience FOMO too. And it usually leads to bad

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Larger-than-expected deficit keeps debt interest on track to hit £52bn this year...
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In This Issue.

*  Global Growth gets a boost!
*  Eurozone PMI's print as expected.
*  Brazilian real says I have volatility!
*  What's up with two month old data?

And Now. Today's A Pfennig For Your Thoughts.

Chinese PMI Print A Surprise!.

Good Day! . And a Tub Thumpin' Thursday to you! Cardinals win a crazy game in the 12th inning last night, so

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Penny Hoarders: A Contemporary Example of a Problem with a Gold/Silver Standard

By Eric Tymoigne

Yesterday National Public Radio ran a segment on penny hoarders. These are people whose hobby is to hoard pre-1982 pennies. Some even go to their local banks and ask to convert dollar bills into pennies and then spend their evenings triaging boxes of...

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Wall Street Still Serving Drug CartelsOne step forward two steps back? Though one Wall Street megabank, Credit Suisse, finally faced a...

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These two charts depict the same index (DJIA) over the same time frame, but they reflect two stories and two economies.

Long-time correspondent Harun I. recently submitted two charts of the stock market that suggest two different stories --and these two stories suggest two different economies.

The first story is the one the Federal Reserve wants...
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Credit Suisse Pleads Guilty To Conspiring To Aid Tax Evasion

It has finally happened, a Wall Street firm has pleaded guilty to a felony. Credit Suisse, to address criminal activity that occurred for decades, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiring to aid tax evasion. The firm will also pay a fine of $2.6 billion and have an independent monitor for two years.

Credit Suisse would easily be considered a...

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