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  • Aftershocks occurred over 85 times by 11am of 23rd Nov after M7.4
    Following up this article.. [Breaking] M7.3 Fukushima offshore / 3m of Tsunami is coming / Fukushima plant status unknown [URL]   According to JMA (Japan Meteorological Agency), they observed over 85 The post Aftershocks occurred over 85 times by 11am of 23rd Nov after M7.4 appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Marine radiation monitoring post down after M7.4
    Following up this article.. [Breaking] M7.3 Fukushima offshore / 3m of Tsunami is coming / Fukushima plant status unknown [URL]   In the evening of 11/22/2016, Tepco announced the radiation monitoring The post Marine radiation monitoring post down after M7.4 appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Coolant system of DAINI SFP3 rebooted
    According to NRA (Nuclear Regulation Authority), Tepco rebooted the coolant system of SFP 3 of Fukushima DAINI at 7:47AM (JST). Tepco explains that the tank water level related to SFP The post Coolant system of DAINI SFP3 rebooted appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Coolant system of SFP3 in Fukushima DAINI got automatically suspended / 2544 fuel assemblies stocked
    According to Tepco, Fukushima DAINI‘s spent fuel pool of Reactor 3 had its coolant system suspended automatically. It stocks 2,360 spent fuel assemblies and 184 new fuel assemblies. No more The post Coolant system of SFP3 in Fukushima DAINI got automatically suspended / 2544 fuel assemblies stocked appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • [Breaking] Iwaki city coastal area overly jammed / Run by foot now
    Following up this article.. [Breaking] M7.3 Fukushima offshore / 3m of Tsunami is coming / Fukushima plant status unknown [URL] A local posted on twitter that the coastal area of Iwaki The post [Breaking] Iwaki city coastal area overly jammed / Run by foot now appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • [Breaking] M7.3 Fukushima offshore / 3m of Tsunami is coming / Fukushima plant status unknown
    According to JMA (Japan Meteorological Agency), M7.3 occurred Fukushima offshore at 5:59 AM (JST). The depth of epicenter was 10km. They are warning 3m high Tsunami is reaching the coastal The post [Breaking] M7.3 Fukushima offshore / 3m of Tsunami is coming / Fukushima plant status unknown appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Another leukemia case was approved as an industrial accident
    On 8/19/2016, MHLW (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare) announced a Fukushima worker’s leukemia was approved as an industrial accident. The worker is male in 50s. He repaired the machine The post Another leukemia case was approved as an industrial accident appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Fukushima government objects against building sarcophagus on Fukushima plant
    On 7/15/2016, Fukushima prefectural government objected against the plan to build a stone coffin on Fukushima plant to METI (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry).   2 days before, Nuclear Damage The post Fukushima government objects against building sarcophagus on Fukushima plant appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Tepco decided to ask JP Gov for covering the decommissioning cost
    On 7/28/2016, Tepco announced they decided to ask the government of Japan for financial support regarding decommissioning. They also consider asking the government for supporting the cost of compensation and The post Tepco decided to ask JP Gov for covering the decommissioning cost appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • 960 Bq/kg of Cs-134/137 detected from wild boar in Fukushima
    According to MHLW (Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare), 960 Bq/Kg of Cesium-134/137 was measured from the meat of wild boar in Fukushima. The sampling date was 6/11/2016. This reading The post 960 Bq/kg of Cs-134/137 detected from wild boar in Fukushima appeared first on Fukushima Diary.
  • Bitcoin is High Reward & High Risk – Warren Pollock
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Geopolitical and financial analyst Warren Pollock says you should study up on Bitcoin before you buy it. Pollock says, Bitcoin (and crypto currencies in general) carries “high reward, but also some very high risk.”  Pollock explains, “First of all, Bitcoin and these other crypto currencies are not currencies.  […]
  • MSM Propaganda Cause Left Hate, Trump Obstruction – Not, Obama Administration Treason
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 288 6.16.17) You want to know why the “Left” hates Donald Trump? Look no further than the lies, false narratives and fake news of the mainstream media (MSM). Several U.S. Congressmen were shot while practicing for a charity baseball game in Washington, D.C. The lone shooter is a self-described Trump […]
  • The Political Pope Francis – Man Above God – George Neumayr
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Best-selling author George Neumayr’s new book is called “The Political Pope.” Neumayr reveals, “How Pope Francis is delighting the liberal left and abandoning conservatives.” Neumayr explains, “The irony with this Pope is that he doesn’t particularly like Catholics. He views devout Catholics with a certain amount of distain, and that’s why […]
  • Market Crash and Civil War Possible-Gregory Mannarino
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Analyst/trader Gregory Mannarino says do not be fooled by the stock markets at or near all-time highs. Friday, the tech heavy NASDAQ suffered a massive selloff late in the day after hitting all-time highs. What happened? Mannarino explains, “There is no doubt that we are in financial fantasyland. […]
  • Comey the Leaker, Trump the Winner, Debt and Stock Market at All-Time High
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 287 6.9.17)  Fired FBI Director James Comey made a stunning revelation this week in Congressional Hearings about the so-called Russian collusion investigation. Comey outed himself as a leaker of privileged information when he released a personal memo to the New York Times that implied Trump tried to interfere with the […]
  • Bitcoin & Gold Form Two Front War with Central Banks – Andy Hoffman
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Financial analyst Andy Hoffman contends Bitcoin and other crypto currencies are the new threat to central banks’ power over fiat money. Hoffman explains, “Now, the powers that be are facing a new threat.  It’s a threat.  I think even a bigger threat to their monetary hegemony than gold and silver, and […]
  • Crypto Currencies Show Global Reset Underway – Clif High
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Internet data mining expert Clif High has just finished an in-depth dive on crypto currencies such as Bitcoin. High uses what he calls “predictive linguistics” to spot trends and make predictions for future events.  With the latest price spikes in so-called blockchain type crypto currencies, what does Clif […]
  • Trump Destroys Climate Accord, Economic Update, Hillary in Denial
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (WNW 286 6.2.17) President Trump not only backed out of the so-called Paris Climate Accord, but he destroyed it. The climate accord is bad for America and the working class the Democrats now shun. Trump says it will cost millions of U.S. jobs and does not clean up the climate. China, […]
  • Suicidal to Stay in this Market-Charles Nenner
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com Renowned financial and geopolitical analyst Charles Nenner is doubling down on his prediction last year that the financial markets will crash in the fall of 2017. Nenner says, “People not positioned correctly may lose everything.”  Nenner points out, “We all know they say the market goes up 8% on a yearly […]
  • You Can Look Stupid Now or Look Stupid Later-Chris Martenson
    By Greg Hunter’s USAWatchdog.com (Early Sunday Release) Resource analyst and futurist Chris Martenson says, “I’d rather look stupid now than look stupid later.” Martenson thinks the stock market rise since the last crash is mostly manufactured by central banks.  Martenson explains, “What in the heck is going on is real simple.  We have central banks […]
  • No. 893: May 2017 Housing Starts, Consumer Liquidity Update
    (SGS Subscription required) • May Housing Starts Plummeted on Top of Downside Revisions, Confounding Happy, Rebounding Consensus Expectations • Stagnant to Downtrending Activity Remained Shy of Recovering Pre-Recession Peaks by 52.0% (-52.0%) for Housing Starts and by 48.4% (-48.4%) for Building Permits • Consumer Liquidity Stresses Continue to Restrain Broad Economic Growth
  • Tentative Schedule for Commentaries
        Friday, June 23, 2017 Existing Home Sales New Home Sales General Comments May-2017 May-2017 06/21/2017 […]
  • Commentaries News
    PLEASE NOTE: The next regular Commentary, scheduled for Friday, June 23rd, will review May 2017 New- and Existing-Home Sales in the context of what otherwise will be a General Commentary, providing a broad review of economic-, financial- and political-system conditions.  See Schedule for details.
  • No. 892: May Industrial Production, FOMC, U.S. Dollar and Gold
    (SGS Subscription required) • FOMC Faces Deteriorating Economic Conditions and Renewed Solvency Stresses in the Banking System • June 14th Rate Hike Could Be the Last One for This Cycle • U.S. Dollar Near a Peak? Gold Price Near a Trough? • Headline Unchanged Production and Drop of 0.4% (-0.4%) in Manufacturing Were Boosted by […]
  • May Retail Sales, Earnings, Consumer and Producer Price Indices, FOMC
    (SGS Subscription required) • With Increasingly Adverse Economic Data, FOMC Hiked the Fed Funds Rate • May 2017 Nominal Retail Sales Fell by 0.3% (-0.3%), Despite a Gimmicked Monthly Sales Boost of 0.2% from Seasonal-Factor Distortions • Headline Real May Retail Sales Sank by 0.13% (-0.13%), Despite a CPI Contraction of 0.13% (-0.13%) • Recession […]
  • No. 890: May Employment, April Construction Spending and Trade Deficit Revisions
    (SGS Subscription required) • Trade-Deficit Benchmarking Showed Deeper Deficits 2014-to-Date, with Implications for Downside Benchmark Revisions to the GDP • Second-Quarter 2017 Real Merchandise Trade Deficit Is on Track for Worst Showing Since Second-Quarter 2007 • In Uptrending, Low-Level Stagnation, April Freight Index Gained Year-to-Year, Holding Shy of Recovering Pre-Recession Peak by 12.6% (-12.6%) • […]
  • No. 889: GDP Revision, April Durable Goods and Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • Nonsense in the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Reporting • Gross Domestic Income (GDI) - Theoretical Equivalent of the GDP - Gained 0.85% in First-Quarter 2017, After a Revised Fourth-Quarter Contraction of 1.38% (-1.38%), Previously up by 1.00% • First-Quarter 2017 GDI Activity Still Is Below Third-Quarter 2016 • Headline First-Quarter Details […]
  • SPECIAL COMMENTARY No. 888: Political Stability versus the Economy and Financial Markets, Durable Goods Benchmarking, Consumer Liquidity
    (SGS Subscription required) • U.S. Political-System Instability Would Threaten U.S. Dollar, Financial-Market and Economic Tranquility • Downwardly-Benchmarked Durable Goods Orders and Shipments of Manufacturers Showed Weaker Historical Economic Activity and Potential Downside GDP Revisions • Heavily-Stressed Consumer Liquidity Conditions Continue to Prevent Sustainable Economic Growth
  • No. 887: April Industrial Production and Housing Starts
    (SGS Subscription required) • April Industrial Production Showed Solid Monthly Gains, Moving Off Bottom • That Said, 112 Months of Continuing Non-Expansion in U.S. Manufacturing Is the Worst String of Non-Recovery in the 99-Year History of Industrial Production • It Tops the 96-Month Post-World War II Manufacturing Realignment, and the 88-Month Slump in the First […]
  • No. 886: Real Retail Sales and Earnings, Consumer and Producer Prices
    (SGS Subscription required) • Annual Real Retail Sales Growth Has Resettled at Recession-Signal Level • First-Quarter Real Average Weekly Earnings Held in Annual Decline, Along with Back-to-Back Quarterly Contractions; April Detail Was Mixed; Consumer Liquidity Stresses Continued to Intensify • Headline CPI-U Inflation Rose by 0.17% in April 2017, Pulling Annual CPI-U Inflation Lower to […]

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  • US Downs Syrian Warplane Over Syria Amid War on ISIS
    Operating without any form of invitation from Damascus, or any resolution under international law, a US F-18 Super Hornet downed a Syrian Su-22 fighter-bomber over eastern Syria as it engaged targets in territory occupied by the so-called “Islamic State” (ISIS). It was the latest in a series of direct military strikes carried out by the […]
  • Teresa May & Bedfellow from Hell: What Exactly IS the Democratic Unionist Party?
    Following Theresa May’s loss of majority the Democratic Unionist Party, DUP, from Northern Ireland has suddenly come to international prominence. Who are they, what do they want, and what does their propping up of a UK government mean for that country and all the others who have to deal with it? Very few people in […]
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    At the beginning of the month Cambodia hosted local elections that precede parliamentary elections that are scheduled on the summer of 2018. In this context, the role that local elections play in the political life of the country can hardly be overestimated, since they serve as a display of the ideas and moods that dominate […]
  • The West Argues that Muslims Represent a Major Threat, Or Do They?
    Upon witnessing what looks like an unending stream of terrorist attacks in Europe that was preceded by a major influx of refugees attempting to escape war and destruction that the West created across the Middle East and North Africa, it’s safe to say that Islamophobia is here to stay, at least among political circles in the […]
  • Blockade or no Blockade? Saudia’s ‘Mission-Qatar’ Tumbles Down
    Speaking to the media in his latest tour to the US, Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister insisted that there was no blockade of Qatar, yet he insisted that the latter was not allowed to use their, as also of their allies’, air space and territorial waters. Standing next to the rather reticent US secretary of the […]
  • The Day a #Yugoslavia Hashtag Saved the World
    There’s a message and a hashtag on Twitter these days that should become the biggest meme ever. If only Yugoslavia and our world could be put back together again with a damages trial against NATO, that would be poetic justice. Unfortunately, I doubt social media will turn on its ear over a court case being […]
  • Washington’s Dangerous Middle East Agenda
    It’s clear at this point that the recent visit of US President Trump to Saudi Arabia and Israel was about setting events into motion in order to fundamentally alter the present balance of power in the entire Middle East to the greater advantage of the United States and US energy geopolitics. As with most everything […]
  • Syria, Iran and N. Korea: Will Trump Attempt to Finish the Neocon Hitlist?
    In Donald Trump’s short time in office, he has already shown his propensity to use military force. From dropping the largestnon-nuclear bomb ever used on Afghanistan, to launching 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles at Iraq (oh wait, Syria), there is no doubt that the Trump administration has a prominent militaristic streak.  But is this just for […]
  • US Election Meddling: Smoke and Mirrors
    For a magician, the greater the illusion attempted, the more showmanship that’s required to distract audiences from that fact that it is indeed just an illusion. For US politics, something very similar applies, particularly regarding the latest, ongoing narrative surrounding alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 US presidential election. Having concluded over half a year […]
  • What Future Awaits the Arab NATO?
    The political instability that we’re observing in various parts of the world accompanied by the burning desire that certain international players share to obtain ever greater profits by selling all sorts of weapons to no matter who have been widely discussed by the majority of media sources around the world recently. At that point, the […]
  • Citi: "Expect Markets To Flounder As Central Banks Try To Exit"
    Earlier today, we showed once again this time with Citi's assistance why the global credit impulse may be the most important variable for the global economy: as Matt King state simply, "the change in the flow of credit drives GDP growth" and just as importantly, "the credit impulse also often correlates with asset prices." Now, […]
  • Trump's Ominous Tweet: "China's Help With North Korea Has Not Worked Out. At Least It Tried"
    In what appears to be a rather ominous tweet posted moments ago by Donald Trump, the President said that "while I greatly appreciate the efforts of President Xi & China to help with North Korea, it has not worked out. At least I know China tried!" While I greatly appreciate the efforts of President Xi […]
  • Is Amazon/Whole Foods This Cycle's AOL/Time Warner - A Sign That The Party's Over?
    Authored by John Rubino via DollarCollapse.com, Towards the end of the 1990s tech stock bubble, “new media” – i.e., the Internet — was ascendant and old media like magazines, newspapers and broadcast TV were yesterday’s news. This was reflected in relative stock valuations, which gave Internet pioneer AOL the ability to buy venerable media giant […]
  • U.S. Shoots Down Iranian Drone Over Syria
    Content originally published at iBankCoin.com The more pertinent question is, since when did Iran have a drone program? Ah, that dates back to 2011, when President Obama literally gave Iran U.S. drone technology, during the RQ 170 incident. I know, you think I'm making this up. Why would Obama do anything at all for the […]
  • Senate GOP Plans To Reveal TrumpCare Bill Thursday With A Vote "Likely" Next Week
    Back in March, the Trump administration attempted to call the bluff of the House Freedom Caucus by setting a vote on an Obamacare repeal bill before Speaker Paul Ryan had the votes all lined up.  As we reported then (see "In Stinging Defeat, House Republicans Abandon Obamacare Repeal Effort"), the strategy to prioritize speed didn't […]
  • The Global Commodity Cycle: Where Are We Now
    Macquarie's economists are turning more pessimistic. In their latest Global Macro Outlook note, the Australian bank warns that the global economy's recent "coordinated" growth has peaked, which will have implications for all asset classes. In this note we look at their forecast for the commodity sector, where Macquarie is especially gloomy, warning that "the supporting […]
  • The Last 2 Times The Yield Curve Was This Flat, The US Economy Entered Recession
    The difference in yield between Treasuries due in five years and those maturing in three decades tumbled Tuesday to as low as 96 basis points this morning, the narrowest since December 2007. The last two times the US yield curve was this 'flat' (Mar 01, Dec 07), the US economy officially entered a recession. As […]
  • "Provocative" Russian Jet Comes Within 5 Feet Of US Recon Aircraft
    Update: Responding to allegations its jet had made "provocative" maneuvers, Moscow countered that the US spy plane flying toward the Russian border made a “provocative turn” toward a fighter jet, which had been scrambled for an interception mission. As noted earlier, the Pentagon claimed the Russian jet had approached the US plane in a "provocative, […]
  • GE's Pension Time Bomb: $31 Billion Shortfall... And Rising
    Authored by Mike Shedlock via MishTalk.com, GE has the largest pension shortfall in the S&P 500. It’s a $31 Billion Balance Sheet Hole That Keeps Growing. At $31 billion, GE’s pension shortfall is the biggest among S&P 500 companies and 50 percent greater than any other corporation in the U.S. It’s a deficit that has swelled […]
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    One year ago, when Deutsche Bank was sliding on concerns about its bad loan book, Germany's Bremer Landesbank which at the time had €29 billion in assets, saw its bonds plunge overnight when concerns emerged about an imminent failure by the German lender. Back then the worry was that the bank's extensive portfolio of nonperforming […]

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