apparently,-apple’s-new-credit-card-is-sexist

According to several Silicon Valley watch dogs, tech giant Apple’s new credit card, backed by Goldman Sachs, is sexist and the conspiracy goes to the highest levels of the American banking system. How can a credit card be sexist, you ask? Let us turn to David Heinemeier Hansson, the CTO of software company Basecamp and…

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oil-prices-in-danger-of-crashing-next-year-thanks-to-weak-demand

Oil prices were flying high when the year began. OPEC and its allies decided to reduce their output to the tune of 1.2 million barrels per day for the first six months of 2019. Consequently, the international benchmark Brent crude oil touched nearly $75 per barrel by the third week of April. Brent crude oil…

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crucial-stock-market-catalyst-is-‘plummeting’-as-rally-enters-2nd-decade

“This stock market rally has everything,” the New York Times proclaimed earlier this year, “except investors.” What the Times was hitting on was the curious fact that while major stock indices mounted spectacular recoveries, investors weren’t the ones driving equities prices higher. In fact, as CCN reported in July when the Dow Jones Industrial Average…

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former-goldman-sachs-analyst:-‘the-1%-is-dumping-stocks’

The S&P 500 (SPX) is trading close to all-time highs. The Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJI) is in the same boat as it is a few points away from a new record. The market is climbing despite global instabilities such as the U.S.-China trade war and the attack on Saudi Arabian oil producer Aramco. It…

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the-return-of-mortgage-backed-securities:-private-banks-ready-to-play-fannie-mae-and-freddie-mac

The Trump administration has proposed privatizing and downsizing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Will this usher the return of mortgage-backed securities? | Image: A sign in front of the Fannie Mae headquarters is photographed in Washington February 11, 2011. The Obama administration unveiled on Friday a plan to unwind the government-controlled mortgage buyers Fannie Mae…

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