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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.
  • Deep State Could Pull Plug on Markets – David Morgan
    By Greg Hunter’s Precious metals expert David Morgan says the prolonged sideways price of silver is what bottoms look like in the precious metals market. Morgan explains, “This market has not moved for a very long time . . . Silver bottomed in December of 2015, and, yes, we have gone up and down […]
  • Clinton Charity Fraud Biggest Scandal in US History – Kevin Shipp
    By Greg Hunter’s (Early Sunday Release) Former CIA Officer and whistleblower Kevin Shipp says the reason for all the crime and treason at the FBI and DOJ all boils down to one thing–the Clinton so-called “charity.” Shipp explains, “Hillary Clinton was running and is running a global financial criminal syndicate.  She was using these […]
  • Kim Jong Un Blinks, Tariffs On, Dems Will Cheat in 2018
    By Greg Hunter’s (WNW 325 3/9/18)  The leader of North Korea, Kim Jong Un, appears to have blinked in the face of pressure President Donald Trump has put on him. It’s reported the U.S. military was in the process of planning a possible preemptive strike on the North Korean regime.  “Un” has invited President […]
  • Federal Government is a Money Laundering Operation – Catherine Austin Fitts
    By Greg Hunter’s  Financial expert and investment advisor Catherine Austin Fitts contends the Federal Government allows pension funds to be robbed. Fitts explains, “Our pension funds have real money.  Those pension funds basically finance the government and what the government is doing.  So, they buy Treasury securities, and then the government turns around and […]
  • Fed Spooking Markets – Gregory Mannarino
    By Greg Hunter’s (Early Sunday Release) Professional trader Gregory Mannarino says the new Fed Head, Jerome Powell, caused the market to sell off last week, not Trump tariff talk. Powell blurted out in Congressional testimony that the “U.S. is not on a sustainable fiscal path.”  Mannarino explains the truth bomb Chairman Powell dropped, “I […]
  • Dems Turning Marxist, Corporations Punish Trump Voters, Fed Sounds Huge Warning
    By Greg Hunter’s (WNW 324 3.2.18) A liberal newspaper in San Francisco is calling one of the most notable Democrat in Congress the “most right wing candidate.” says this just another sign that the Democrat Party continues a “rapid tilt toward Marxism.” It appears Democrats have given up trying to improve the lives […]
  • Updated 2018 Predictions – Gerald Celente
    By Greg Hunter’s (Early Sunday Release) Top trends forecaster Gerald Celente predicted a 10% correction in the stock market for 2018. It already happened.  What are his updated predictions for the rest of the year?  Celente says, “What brought the markets down was the fear of interest rates going up.  Now, as you mentioned, […]
  • America Top Target of NWO, More MSM Lies, Economic Update
    By Greg Hunter’s (WNW 323 2.23.18)   The sixth edition of the “World Government Summit” in Dubai didn’t get much media attention in the United States, but it should have.  That’s because it is overtly anti-American and anti-freedom and anti-Christ.  America is standing in the way of the new world order that top globalists, […]
  • Rising Rates Forecast Insolvency – Michael Pento
    By Greg Hunter’s  Money manager Michael Pento says recently rising interest rates are signaling big trouble for the economy. Pento contends, “There are so many things that can go wrong with rising interest rates.  First of all, you have to understand that the permabulls that you hear on CNBC will tell you there is […]
  • Financial Markets Definitely Destabilizing – Charles Hugh Smith
    By Greg Hunter’s (Early Sunday Release) Financial writer and book author Charles Hugh Smith has been watching the extreme movements in financial markets closely. Is he nervous?  Smith says, “Oh yeah, it’s definitely destabilizing.  In other words, it’s becoming not just more volatile, the whole underlying structure of our economy is destabilizing.  What I […]
  • No. 939: February Employment and Unemployment, Private Surveying, M3, January Trade Deficit
    (SGS Subscription required) • Worst-Ever Real Merchandise Trade Deficit Looms, Pushing Trade Policy and Dollar Concerns to the Fore • Unstable Numbers Were Inconsistent with Related Economic Data, In an Otherwise Not Credible Employment and Unemployment Report • Non-Comparable, Shifting Seasonal Adjustments Bloated Payroll Growth • Payroll Jobs Jumped by 313,000, While the Count of […]
  • No. 938: Revised Fourth-Quarter 2017 GDP, January 2018 Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • Headline Fourth-Quarter GDP Revision from 2.6% to 2.5% Was Just a 0.01% Rounding Difference, from 2.55% to 2.54% • Fortuitously, a Sharp Downside Revision to the Goods Sector Was Just Offset by Revised Gains in the Structures and Nebulous Services Sectors • First-Quarter 2018 GDP Increasingly Looks Like a Contraction • […]
  • No. 937: January Durable Goods Orders, New- and Existing-Home Sales, Trade, Freight Index
    (SGS Subscription required) • First-Quarter 2018 Real Merchandise Trade Deficit on Early Track for Worst Shortfall in Modern Reporting • January 2018 New Orders for Durable Goods Tumbled Month-to-Month, Both Before and After Considering Inflation and Commercial Aircraft Orders • New- and Existing-Home Sales Declined Month-to-Month and Year-to-Year, Holding Shy of Pre-Recession Peaks by 57.3% […]
  • Commentaries News
    PLEASE NOTE:  The next regular Commentary, planned for Wednesday, March 14th, will review February Consumer and Producer Prices Indices and Retail Sales.  A missive on Friday, March 16th, will cover February Industrial Production and New Residential Construction (Housing Starts).
  • No. 936: January Retail Sales, Industrial Production, Housing Starts, CPI and PPI
    (SGS Subscription required) • Natural-Disaster Boost to the Economy Topped Out in November 2017; Now Backing Off with a Vengeance, as Predicted • Watch the Dollar! • January 2018 Industrial Production Declined 0.1% (-0.1%) Month-to-Month, On Top of Downside Revisions to December Activity • Production Peaked in November, Net of a Record, Winter-Driven Utility Surge […]
  • No. 935 - SPECIAL COMMENTARY, ANNUAL REVIEW - PART ONE Economic and Financial Review and Preview
    (SGS Subscription required) • Did the Fed Trigger the Stock Sell-Off? • How Can the Economy Be Booming, Given Ten Years of Ongoing Non-Expansion in Manufacturing, Real Construction Spending, Housing Starts and Home Sales, Domestic Freight Activity, Domestic Petroleum Consumption, Real Consumer Credit (Ex-Federal Student Loans) and Given a Decade of Stressed-Employment Conditions? • As […]
  • 934-B Market Turmoil, January Labor, Payroll Benchmarking, December Trade Deficit
    (SGS Subscription required) • Unexpected Faltering in U.S. Economic Activity Likely Will Not Benefit Disorderly Markets • Annual 2017 Real Merchandise-Trade Deficit Was Worst Since 2007, with the Fourth-Quarter 2017 Deficit Worst Since Second-Quarter 2007 • Trade Deficit Exploded Versus China, NAFTA and OPEC • Widened Deficit Adds Downside-Revision Pressure to Fourth-Quarter GDP • Sinking […]
  • No. 934-A: January Labor, Payroll Benchmark, Private Surveying, M3, December Construction Spending
    (SGS Subscription required) • Recession Signal Intensified from Sinking Annual Growth in Payrolls, Despite Upside Benchmark Revisions to Payroll Levels • Population Re-Estimation Added 488,000 Working-Age People • January 2018 Unemployment Rates Notched Higher Month-to-Month: U.3 Firmed to 4.15% from 4.07%, U.6 Rose to 8.19% from 8.08%, and the ShadowStats-Alternate Rose to 21.8% from 21.7% […]
  • No. 933: Dollar Turmoil, Fourth-Quarter GDP, New Orders, Freight Index, Home Sales
    (SGS Subscription required) • As the U.S. Dollar Weakens, and Gold and Oil Prices Jump, Watch Out for the Stock Market! • The Worst Trade Deficit Since 2007 Clobbered Fourth-Quarter GDP; Deteriorating Net Exports Knocked 1.13% (-1.13%) Off Quarterly Growth • Fourth- Versus Third-Quarter Real GDP Growth Slowed to 2.55% from 3.16%, with Inventory Liquidation […]
  • No. 932: December Industrial Production and Housing Starts
    (SGS Subscription required) • Hurricane Distortions to Economic Reporting Start to Unwind • Two-Thirds of the 0.9% Monthly Jump in December 2017 Industrial Production Reflected Unseasonably-Bad Weather Boosting Utility Usage • Full-Year 2017 Production Rose by 1.95%, Following Full-Year Annual Declines of 1.22% (-1.22%) in 2016 and 0.71% (-0.71%) in 2015 • Big Swings in […]



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  • Atlanta Fed GDP Forecast Plunges Below 2.0%
    From its exuberant 5.4% expectation for Q1 GDP at the start of February, The Atlanta Fed's guess has collapsed to just 1.9% as CPI and retail sales disappointments weigh on their outlook. Via Atlanta Fed, Latest forecast: 1.9 percent — March 14, 2018 The GDPNow model estimate for real GDP growth (seasonally adjusted annual rate) […]
  • Here Comes The Main Event: Trade War With China, And What Is Section 301
    The recently announced global steel and aluminum tariffs (with various exemptions) by the Trump administration were just a (Section 232) preview of the main event: Trump's imminent trade war with China, which as Credit Suisse previews, will be unveiled any moment in the form of tariffs and restrictions on trade with China, reportedly in retaliation […]
  • Stocks Slide, Breakevens Tumble After White House Confirms $100BN China Deficit Target
    Could Dennis Gartman be right? For the third day in a row, stocks have burst higher out of the gate, only to be met with a wave of selling which has promptly pushed the S&P to session lows. While there has been no specific news catalyzing the move, traders are attributing the move to a […]
  • WTI Down, RBOB Up After Huge Gasoline Draw, Crude Build, Record Production
    WTI/RBOB prices held gains from last night's smaller-than-expected crude build from API, but prices action was mixed after DOE reported a bigger than expected crude build and bigger than expected gasoline draw (as production hit a new record high). Bloomberg Intelligence's Valle notes that maintenance season for refiners will deplete gasoline inventories over the coming […]
  • Democrats Furious Over Hillary Clinton's Latest Comments
    Nobody's talking about it, but President Trump appears to have kicked his habit of rehashing the 2016 election. The same, however, cannot be said for Hillary Clinton, and some Democrats have just about heard enough. Last night we reported that Clinton's own former campaign manager Patti Solis Doyle slammed Hillary over her bizarre recent comments. […]
  • Business Inventories Jump As Sales Slump Most In 18 Months
    Business Inventories rose 0.6% MoM in January (es expected, so unlikely to impact Q1 GDP expectations) but Business Sales slumped 0.2% MoM - the biggest drop since July 2016. Motor Vehicles saw a 1.7% surge in inventories in January (and 0.9% drop in sales). On a YoY basis, Business Sales growth is slowing dramatically (after […]
  • Post Tillerson: Is The Iran Nuclear Deal (& Its Oil Production) At Risk?
    Authored by Nick Cunningham via, President Donald Trump sacked Secretary of State Rex Tillerson via Twitter on Tuesday, replacing him with current CIA Director Mike Pompeo. The move has some grim implications for the U.S.’ approach towards Iran in the months ahead. Sec. of State Rex Tillerson has been panned as “at or near […]
  • "This Hostile Action Is Unacceptable": Russian Embassy Responds To UK Expulsions
    In the first of what will be many tit-for-tat retaliations now that the "cooperation" game-theoretical regime between Russia and the UK has broken down, moments ago the Russian embassy responded to the UK's expulsion of 23 diplomats. In a statement it said: "On 14 of March Russian Ambassador Alexander Yakovenko was summoned to the Foreign […]
  • Gartman Makes "Watershed" Call: "Equity Markets Have Hit A Multi-Year Top"
    Today is a "watershed day" according to Dennis Gartman, who just hours after "covering his small remaining short position" has flip-flopped again and is staking his "reputation" that the market top for stocks is finally here. The "world-renowned commodity guru" writes that his "long-time clients know that we do not write WATERSHED reports often and […]
  • "Do Not Leave Your Homes" - Sleepy UK Town In Lockdown As Army Investigates Russian Spy Poisoning
    Despite the UK's promise to gather all of the facts before making an accusation in the poisoning attack on former Russian spy Sergei Skripal, officials from the British Army and Royal Air Force have been summoned to the north Dorset town of Gillingham as part of the investigation into the nerve attack, according to the […]

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