Category Archive: 5) Global Macro

High inflation: what you need to know

In many countries, inflation is at its highest level since the early 1980s, and consumers are feeling the pinch. What can be done to bring it under control? 00:00 - Global inflation is rising again 00:24 - What is inflation? 00:51 - Why is high inflation a concern? 01:40 - How to control inflation 03:00 - How monetary policy can tame inflation Sign up to our daily newsletter for the latest coverage: https://econ.st/3JrA0c5 Read more on our...

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WION Fineprint: Oil & gas price surge amid Ukraine war | Latest English News

As global economies show worrying signs of rising food prices, soaring gas prices and high inflation rates, oil super majors witness record-breaking profits. How? Well, the Russian invasion of Ukraine is driving these stunning profits for the oil giants.

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WION Dispatch: ‘SCO has agreed to trade in local currencies,’ says Russian FM

The formal meet of the foreign ministers of the SCO grouping is currently underway in Uzbekistan's capital Tashkent. Russian foreign minister said, SCO has agreed to trade in local currencies.

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When You Can’t Go On by Charles Hugh Smith, Chapter by Chapter

Hear it Here - adbl.co/3OFQ1MB When I burned out, what I wanted but could not find was a practical guide by someone who had experienced burnout themselves. None of the material I found spoke to what I was experiencing or to my sense that our economy is now optimized to burn people out. I decided to write the guide I wanted but could not find. This is my experience of burnout, reckoning and renewal. This book is my account of what helped me....

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The Roundtable Insight – Charles Hugh Smith on the USD, Emerging Markets and Investment Implications

Http://financialrepressionauthority.com/2022/07/28/the-roundtable-insight-charles-hugh-smith-on-the-usd-emerging-markets-and-the-investment-implications/ Support us on Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/roundtableinsight

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Russia-Ukraine war: Deadly attack on a prison in Donetsk, dozens dead

It has been several months since the Russian invasion of Ukraine has been raging on. Armies of both countries are fighting since the invasion began. Now, a Deadly attack on a prison in Donetsk claim dozens of lives.

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Fed Official: Inverted curve means Fed is awesome [Ep. 269, Eurodollar University]

James Bullard, St. Louis Fed chief, says the yield curve is twisted by the inflation surge, and may not be a recession message. Indeed, markets are twisting it because they have confidence the central bank will get control of consumer prices.

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When You Can’t Go On: Burnout, Reckoning and Renewal By: Charles Hugh Smith

Hear it Here - adbl.co/3OFQ1MB When I burned out, what I wanted but could not find was a practical guide by someone who had experienced burnout themselves. None of the material I found spoke to what I was experiencing or to my sense that our economy is now optimized to burn people out. I decided to write the guide I wanted but could not find. This is my experience of burnout, reckoning and renewal. This book is my account of what helped me. The...

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Blinken holds conversation with Lavrov; First talk since the Ukraine war began

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken held talks with Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov. They talked for the first time since the Ukraine war began.

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Nord Stream 1 supply to be cut | Zelensky slams Russia’s gas cut move; ‘Must act soon’ says EU

Russian energy giant Gazprom has said that it will again drastically cut gas supplies to EU countries through its main pipeline the north stream one due to maintenance work. To this the EU has now said that it must stack soon to reduce its usage of Russian gas.

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How are offices changing? | The Economist

The pandemic and hybrid working have changed the very idea of the office. This is not only changing the design and purpose of offices, but the look of cities too. Chapters 00:00 - The office: a shifting concept 00:57 - What do future offices look like? 02:30 - The office as a social destination 03:20 - The rising demand for flexible work 04:06 - How should hybrid employees be managed? 06:01 - Will hybrid work worsen gender inequality? 06:36 -...

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Nord Stream 1 supply to EU to be cut further, says Russia’s Gazprom | Latest English News | WION

The Russian state-controlled energy company Gazprom has announced a drastic cut to gas deliveries through Nord Stream 1 pipeline to Europe from Wednesday.

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Ukraine works to resume grain exports, should begin again within days | World News | WION

Amid skepticism that the recent Russian strike on Ukraine's port city of Odessa might jeopardize the un-brokered grain deal. Kyiv and the United Nations have now offered a fresh ray of hope saying that the export of grains could start within days.

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In 1982 the Fed missed an opportunity; it still haunts us [Ep. 267, Eurodollar University]

On May 20, 1982 the Fed held an emergency conference call for which transcripts are missing (on purpose? by accident?) to solve the "Drysdale Problem". They 'solved' it by focusing on the trees and ignoring the forest.

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White House: Russia using annexation playbook in Ukraine

The Russia-Ukraine conflict is going to enter its sixth month. In the latest the White House has now said that Russia is forming plans to annex more parts of Ukraine repeating a similar playbook it used in 2014 annexation of Crimea.

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Russia-Ukraine War: Zelensky once again accuses Moscow of being a ‘terror state’ | English News

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has once again accused Russia of being a 'terrorist state' after Moscow troops targeted the the port city of Odessa.

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Putin, Erdogan discuss deal to resume Ukrainian grain exports | Latest English News

Russian President Vladimir Putin met his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan and thanked him for mediation to help “move forward” a deal on Ukrainian grain exports.

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EU dependent on Nord Stream 1 for gas, ‘Gazprom will fulfill obligations,’ says Putin | World News

Russia is expected to restart the gas supplies via the North Stream One pipeline on time. This, as per the EU was preparing for Russia to delay the gas supplies after the North Stream One pipeline was shut down for its annual maintenance on July 11.

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Yield Curve Inversion ‘Infection’ Spreading [Ep. 263, Eurodollar University]

The US Treasury yield curve continues to spread and has reached the 52-week bill. The Fed is being told by the market it will be CUTTING rates, soon.

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The global food crisis, explained

The war in Ukraine threatens the world with unprecedented hunger. Even with a deal in place to get Ukraine's food exports moving, serious weaknesses in the global food system would remain. Can anything be done to prevent future crises?

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