Daily Caller | Democratic National Committee documents leaked by a hacker Tuesday reveal that Hillary Clinton’s requirements to give a speech included a private flight and a luxurious presidential hotel suite.
Business Insider | The pound is rallying on Thursday morning as Brits go to the polls in the country’s historic referendum on whether the UK will leave the European Union.
Prison Planet.com | John P. Acquaviva from Venezuela, Lives in the U.K. and supports trump and Brittain’s exit from the E.U.
The Hill | Hillary Clinton on Tuesday warned that Donald Trump’s economic proposals would plunge the U.S. into a recession, portraying the presumptive Republican nominee as unfit to manage the economy.
Business Insider | The betting odds of a Remain vote in the June 23 EU referendum continued to improve this morning – with only one day to go until the vote.
Zero Hedge | With less than two days until the outcome of the Brexit referendum, traders around the world know two things.
Zero Hedge | Every year in the EU it gets more political, it gets more legislative, more regulative.
CNS News | According to the Tax Foundation, it will take Americans 8.9 billion hours to comply with IRS tax-filing rules in 2016, which equals a compliance cost of about $409 billion.
The Daily Sheeple | Investing legend Doug Casey says the crisis that’s coming will be unlike anything we’ve ever seen.
Mark St.Cyr | This latest “Full Monty” has just exposed all of them as nothing more than shills for crony capitalism.
NY Times | The nation’s food is now transported under armed guard.
Mac Slavo | ‘If I were part of government I would tell these Fed governors to shut their mouths.’
Zero Hedge | First Deutsche Bank, then Citi, and now Bank of America.
American Mirror | No tragic event — not even an Islamic terrorist attack killing 49 people on U.S. soil — is off limits from Hillary’s grubbing for money.
Michael Snyder | The Chinese economy is the second largest on the entire planet, and since this time last year Chinese stocks are down an astounding 40 percent…
Zero Hedge | For those interested in whose “generous” pocket Hillary Clinton will be found, if she is elected president, here is the answer.
RT | Switzerland, never a member of EU, shares free trade with the union and free movement of people as part of the Schengen zone.
Mac Slavo | Derivatives represent a toxic multiplier that caused banks not only to fail, but to spread contagion rapidly
CNBC | According to Dennis Davitt, partner at Harvest Volatility Management and a noted options market veteran, it may well happen.
Mac Slavo | With gold prices at current levels, many have suggested a new bull market is upon us.
Michael Snyder | On June 23rd, a vote will be held in the United Kingdom to determine if Britain will stay in the European Union or not.
The Daily Sheeple | It wasn’t that long ago that the possibility of Britain leaving the EU, was considered far-fetched.
CNBC | Amid global growth concerns and jitters over the U.K.’s upcoming referendum on its European Union membership.
London Independent | Fears for Sterling and stocks were compounded on Tuesday when The Sun, the UK’s most read daily newspaper, pledged its support for the Leave campaign.
Michael Shedlock | Brexit logic is a curious thing.
Washington’s Blog | Lowest Interest Rate In 5,000 Years.
Zero Hedge | A quick read of the executive summary of this epic rant reveals just how shockingly bad relations between Germany’s biggest bank and the former Goldman partner have now become.
Washington Examiner | Likely to end 2016 with a record high $1 trillion in outstanding balances.
Wall St Journal | Billionaire investor sees opportunities to profit from various economic and political issues afflicting the world.
Michael Snyder | Widespread reports continue to pour in from all over the nation of “glitches” with the food stamp system.
Washington Examiner | Obamacare is forcing hundreds of thousands of people into part-time work, according to a new analysis from the bank Goldman Sachs.
London Guardian | More millionaires in India and China push global private wealth to $168tn in 2015 with Asia-Pacific set to pass western Europe as second-richest region.
The Hill | Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen dodged a question Monday on whether the election of Donald Trump as president could destroy the global economy.
RT | Brace yourself for the weirdest taxes in the world.
London Independent | ‘If the British people voted to leave the EU that’s one thing. But can we really say that they voted for the devastation and destruction of the entire exporting sector of our economy?’ says one MP.
Zero Hedge | Out of the $209 million given to the senator’s campaign, about one out of every four dollars came from those not in the workforce, who include the unemployed or retired.
Louder With Crowder | Neo-socialist hipsters always point to places like Sweden and Denmark as examples of socialist successes.
Paul Craig Roberts | The unemployment rate is a useless measure of unemployment.
Business Insider | Walmart is getting into the drone game.
Mac Slavo | The potential for a truly devastating economic collapse has been real for some time.
Michael Krieger | There is no recovery.
Daily Mail | International institutions ramp up scaremongering over EU vote.
Zero Hedge | Alan Greenspan is back delivering more warnings about the state of the global economy, hammering home the same key points made back in March.
Michael Snyder | We are watching an entire nation collapse right in front of our eyes.
Michael Krieger | Mission accomplished. Thanks for playin’ suckers.
Marc Faber | The flood of money that central banks are creating pollutes the Western capitalistic system and free markets, as well as democracy.
Zero Hedge | Venezuela is the poster child of the perils of rejecting economic fundamentals.
Zero Hedge | The French parliament just passed new legislation making it illegal for your employer to send you an email outside of work hours.
Zero Hedge | Senn had been a long-time employee of the insurer, serving as its chief executive for six years before stepping down in December.
Speisa| Central banks worldwide are using heavy artillery to calm the financial markets.