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Reuters | U.S. stocks rose on Monday, with the benchmark S&P 500 rebounding after three weeks of losses.

Zero Hedge | “Are you a liability for your channel?”

AFP | The dollar hit a 12-year high against the euro Monday.

Bizpac Review | “There are Americans working really hard in this country to pay taxes and this is what the president and first lady do to the American taxpayer?”

Michael Krieger | International Business Machines Corp is considering adopting the underlying technology behind bitcoin, known as the “blockchain.”

Zero Hedge | Greece will run out of cash absent another check from the Troika.

Business Insider | The dollar is set for its strongest quarterly strengthening since 1992.

Business Insider | Even without the heat of official negotiations, relations between Athens and Berlin are getting more sour by the day.

Simon Black | If Vladimir Putin is remotely capable of laughter (the jury is out on that one…) then he’s probably doing so right now.

Jefferey Jaxen | It appears that 2015 is not going to be kind for McDonald’s.

Wall Street Journal | Bank of America must resubmit proposal to address certain weaknesses.

Zero Hedge | “Central banks are not all singing and all dancing,”

Michael Snyder | Just a few days ago, the bull market for the S&P 500 turned six years old.

Zero Hedge | For more than a decade, John Ramsay kept his mouth shut about how rigged the US equity market was.

Brandon Smith | Government debt creation does not beget successful domestic production.

Michael Kreiger | The most disingenuous and sickening type of status quo defender is the person who blames the recent expansion in wealth inequality on a “lack of skilled workers.”

Zero Hedge | Putin’s regime may be locked out of all international monetary transactions.

Mac Slavo | Top alternative asset manager Eric Sprott, whose company has $10 billion in assets under management, sounds the alarm.

Michael Snyder | Is this the end of the last great run for the U.S. stock market?

Sputnik | The United States is waging a finance war against Moscow.

SHTFplan.com | According to Greenspan, something big is coming.

Michael Snyder | On Friday, we learned that the official “unemployment rate” has fallen to 5.5 percent.

SHTFPlan.com | A secret agreement that was enacted five years ago at the Federal Reserve has just come to light.

Charles Hugh Smith | When we look back from 2025, it will be painfully obvious that central bank policies exacerbated the systemic crises that brought down the global financialization machine.

Paul Craig Roberts | If the economy was in recovery, the labor force would be growing and the labor force participation rate would be rising.

Washington’s Blog | QE Is a Sham.

Washington’s Blog | What Adam Smith and Keynes Really Thought.

Mac Slavo | The anecdote goes that avid investor Joe Kennedy was on his way to work in the winter of 1928 and stopped to have his shoes shined.

Zero Hedge | One reporter loses his cool.

Zero Hedge | The ECB is now close to running out of ammunition.

Truth Revolt | They are still receiving over $60,000 per year.

AP | The U.S. has so much crude that it is running out of places to put it, and that could drive oil and gasoline prices even lower in the coming months.

Alt Market | We are only two months into 2015, and it has already proven to be the most volatile year for the economic environment since 2008-2009.

Michael Krieger | This is not a free country.

Michael Krieger | Presidents should get the power to declare economic emergencies along the lines to declare war, said former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke on Monday.

Business Insider | An amazing (and horrible) statistic on Russia’s grim economic outlook can be found in a Quartz article just out.

Martin Armstrong | Spain’s abusive police beat and hunt down citizens for spare change.

Michael Snyder | Are we at the tail end of the stock market bubble to end all stock market bubbles?

Town Hall.com | White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest confirmed Monday that President Obama is “very interested” in the idea of raising taxes through unitlateral executive action.

Zero Hedge | Over the past several weeks there has been some furious work by engineers.

Zero Hedge | Maersk has said it needs the new ships to help it maintain its market leadership up until the end of the decade.

Robert Murphy | His misrememberings in this realm are so astounding that they would impress Brian Williams.

Mac Slavo | It’s time to start considering the endgame.

Marcus Anthony Hunter | The story of the rise and collapse of the Freedman’s Bank is an important and little known episode in black and American history in the years following Emancipation.

Zero Hedge | Paid to take out even more debt! Call it monetary socialism.

CNBC | Even before the ink was dry on the extension of its current bailout program, speculation is growing that embattled Greece is on the verge of asking for yet more cash.

Zero Hedge | Global “effective demand is extraordinarily weak – tantamount to the late stages of the great depression.”

Mac Slavo | The Fed has no mandate outside the 50 states, but it unofficially determines foreign debt and currency markets across the globe in a big way anyway.

Zero Hedge | The US is now so woefully buried in debt that another global military conflict appears inevitable.

News.com.au | APPLE is set to buy up one third of the world’s gold in order to meet the demands of the new up-market Apple Watch, according to reports.

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