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AFP | Complicates Federal Reserve’s plans to raise interest rates…

Reuters | Oil continues downward spiral.

RT | Russia’s economy imploding.

Jeff Cox | Stocks opening in negative territory.

AP | St. Louis-based company reported profit of $243 million, down from $368 million.

Benjamin M. Wiegold | Consumers gain ground with streaming music.

Fortune | Goldman’s lead banking analyst said that JPMorgan could be worth 25% more than what it is today if it were broken up into four parts.

RT.com | First shale company filed for bankruptcy on Sunday…

Zero Hedge | People can’t save themselves by living in a fantasy land.

Mises.org | Zimbabwe’s monetary system favors less stable currencies for daily transactions.

Reuters | Central bankers continue to keep bubble alive,

Press TV | Annulment will cause serious problems for many people…

KLTV.com | Drop in prices affecting people in East Texas that rely on the industry to feed their families…

Mises.org | State ownership is not real ownership.

José Antonio Hernández | Watchdog’s chief attorney drafts damning report against national and regional groups…

Forbes | “The most important thing for the Saudis is market share,” says professor.

The Wall Street Journal | Increase pushed the average monthly lease rate to $1,124.38.

Sputnik | Oil prices have been plummeting since the summer of 2014.

RT | French President Francois Hollande is wary of the impact economic crisis in Russia might have on Europe.

Mac Slavo | Oil may be at $50 a barrel today, but don’t expect that to last.

Zero Hedge | Social media is awash with striking images of #EmptyShelvesInVenezuela.

Mac Slavo | Minimum wage workers in 19 states are bringing in 2015 with expectations that they’ll make more money this year than last.

Michael Snyder | Will 2015 be a year of financial crashes, economic chaos and the start of the next great worldwide depression?

Reuters | The German government believes that the euro zone would now be able to cope with a Greece exit.

Zero Hedge | Starting on January 1, 2015, a one year-delayed component of Obamacare kicks in.

Business Insider | The eye-catching and eye-watering 75% payroll tax rate in France was quietly killed off by the government.

Zero Hedge | Another year of putting lipstick on the zombie known as the global economy.

London Telegraph | We are entering a new financial order where there is no longer an automatic “Fed Put” or a “Politburo Put” to act as a safety net for asset markets.

Martin Armstrong | What is fascinating is that the amount of currency is INCREASING despite the fact that the GDP is declining.

Market Watch | The U.S. dollar ended its strongest year since 2005.

Coin Desk | Blame for 99% of the bitcoins missing from Mt Gox falls on internal system manipulation and not any external attack.

CNS News | A one-year jump of $119,412,000,000.

Bloomberg | Oil headed for the biggest annual decline since the 2008 global financial crisis.

Zero Hedge | In November some 47.1 tons of gold were withdrawn from the NY Fed.

Business Insider | Brent oil extended losses into a fourth session on Tuesday.

Mac Slavo | If you’re like most Americans, then you are absolutely loving the price you paid this week for a gallon of gas.

Paul Craig Roberts | Washington has shaped 2015 to be a year of conflict. The conflict could be intense.

Washington’s Blog | Lies are no substitute for truth and fantasy is no substitute for reality.

New American | OPEC’s total revenues, which hit an all-time high of $900 billion in 2012, are expected to decline by half next year.

MyBudget360 | 92.4 million Americans are considered to be “not in the labor force” officially.

The Hill | Sony Pictures on Sunday said “The Interview” has made $15 million through online videos and purchases since it was released on Christmas Day.

Mac Slavo | The billionaire owner of the Dallas Mavericks says America’s colleges are in serious trouble and that over a trillion dollars in student loans will put many of them out of business.

Zero Hedge | When about a month ago it was revealed that Japan’s shadow economic advisor is none other than Paul Krugman, we said it was only a matter of time before the Japanese economy implodes.

AP | Thousands of banknotes worth more than 15 million HK dollars (about $1.9 million USD) scattered on one of Hong Kong’s busiest roads.

Zero Hedge | The world was slow to wake up to the new reality in which China is now the de facto IMF sovereign backstop.

Reuters | Russia’s ruble rose on Friday to its strongest levels in more than three weeks.

Reuters | When President Francois Hollande unveiled a “super-tax” on the rich in 2012, some feared an exodus of business, sporting and artistic talent.

Joshua Krause | Many are wondering what the Russian government is prepared to do to stave off recession, and prevent the ruble from falling any further.

Zero Hedge | This is simply stunning.

Bloomberg | Ukraine opened a criminal probe after several gold bars at the central bank’s storage in the southern city of Odessa turned to be painted lead.

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