RT | “There will be an agreement today,” an Iraqi delegate said as he entered Vienna’s Park Hyatt hotel.
Breitbart | President-elect Donald Trump will nominate former Goldman Sachs Partner Steven Mnuchin as the Treasury Secretary in his administration.
Mac Slavo | Venezuela is deep into the death spiral, and things are likely to get worse before they get better.
Zero Hedge | Italian government bonds and bank shares have sold off steeply ahead of the Dec. 4 referendum on constitutional reforms as the market has grown to appreciate the risk of political turmoil.
CNS News | Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.) released his second “Federal Fumbles” report on Monday, citing 100 examples of the misuse of taxpayer dollars through government spending and regulation.
Daily Mail | President-elect Donald Trump weighed in on Twitter with a threat to ‘terminate’ new executive actions that took steps to normalize relations with Cuba if the U.S. is unable to get concessions.
FT | Up to eight lenders risk being wound up if No vote triggers prolonged market mayhem.
Ron Paul | The problem is not specific Fed policies, but the very system of fiat currency managed by a secretive central bank.
Michael Snyder | Four out of the five major events named in an incredible 1981 prophecy have already happened in consecutive order.
Michael Snyder | The truth is that the number of homeless children in the United States has risen by 60 percent since the “end” of the last recession.
London Independent | Attendance records could also be broken with as many as 3 million coming to see Trump sworn in.
USA Today | Think it pays to go shopping on Black Friday? Think again.
Brandon Smith | There are two primary consequences of a Trump presidency that actually serve globalists and elites in the long run.
Zero Hedge | Soft drinks were the top commodity bought by food stamp recipients shopping at outlets run by a single U.S. grocery retailer.
Zero Hedge | Of course, all of this news was promptly dismissed by wall street.
CNS News | Soft drinks were the top commodity bought by food stamp recipients shopping at outlets run by a single U.S. grocery retailer.
Michael Snyder | Could you survive on just $2.50 a day?
Louder With Crowder | The ISIS douchenozzles have run into a speed bump.
CNBC | U.S. equities traded higher on Tuesday, hitting new all-time highs, as investors digested housing data and kept an eye on President-elect Donald Trump’s policy agenda.
Zero Hedge | FX traders are pricing in as big a potential disruption event for Italy’s referendum as they did (correctly) for the Brexit vote.
Zero Hedge | The Fight for 15 group is preparing to protest in 340 cities across the United States, and is calling for airport and fast-food workers to strike.
The Hill | Republican lawmakers warn that there could be a major obstacle to enacting President-elect Trump’s agenda: the national debt.
Zero Hedge | It is now obvious that the Italian government is on the verge of collapse.
Bloomberg | The dollar held a nine-day advance against the euro, its longest winning streak since the shared currency’s debut in 1999.
RT | Senator Bernie Sanders says he’s ready to work with President-elect Donald Trump to crack down on corporate greed, but won’t give an inch on bigotry.
Zero Hedge | Farmers have been left stranded as traders have no cash to pay for their produce.
Louder With Crowder | Obamacare is the worst…
The Last Refuge | Ford CEO Mark Fields, like many modern vulture capitalists, is a globalist – not an America-First CEO.
Daily Caller | The amount of improper Pell Grant payments by the federal government more than quadrupled in the past year, wasting more than $2 billion taxpayer dollars, a new report reveals.
Sovereign Man | Less than a week after India’s surprise move to scrap its highest denomination cash notes, another front in the War on Cash has intensified down under in Australia.
Zero Hedge | Yellen will have no choice but to forget about hiking rates and focus on QE4 instead.
Michael Snyder | If Donald Trump truly wants to fix the economy, he must shut down the Federal Reserve.
Truth Revolt | They know what’s best for us.
Reuters | Devastating Trump-caused economic apocalypse continues.
Breitbart | Obamacare “architect” Jonathan Gruber asserts there is “no evidence” President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare legislation “has caused job loss.”
Michael Snyder | It would be a grave mistake to understate the amount of damage that has been done to the U.S. economy over the past eight years.
Bloomberg | Research has documented that central banks around the world have been better able to control inflation if they enjoy independence from elected officials.
Louder With Crowder | If I had to venture a guess, I’d wager you probably haven’t heard of GrubHub.
Truth Revolt | Strange, they didn’t much care about Hillary Clinton’s financial interests overseas.
London Independent | Conservative MPs describe prospect of joining a new version of Nafta as an ‘opportunity’.
Reuters | Donald Trump’s surprise victory in the U.S. presidential race is pushing mutual fund managers out of dividend stocks.
Louder With Crowder | The last few days have been filled with leftists fudging in their Huggies. They tossed tolerance to the wind and instead embraced full panic mode.
Bloomberg | The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose to an all-time high as U.S. stocks added to rally sparked by speculation Donald Trump’s policies will benefit businesses.
Business Insider | The US Presidential Election was the biggest political betting event in William Hill’s history, with the British bookmakers taking in around £4 million in bets.
American Mirror | After being rendered useless to Wall Street, some stock traders now don’t care what happens to Hillary Clinton.
Business Insider | As Wall Street grapples with the election of Donald Trump as the next US president, it appears the order of the day is uncertainty.
Business Insider | HSBC believes Donald Trump’s economic policies “would likely put the economy into a recession after a year or two” if fully enacted.
Zero Hedge | Some of the more prominent industry names, such as Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan and Goldman Sachs are bracing for potential tumult on financial markets after Tuesday’s U.S. election should Trump win.
CNS News | The United States lost 9,000 manufacturing jobs in October while gaining 19,000 jobs in government, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Zero Hedge | This “year of fear” won’t end with the election.