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Britain & Labour’s Proposal for a Permanent Customs Union

The leader of the British Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, is desperately trying to prevent the Labour Party from fracturing and splitting into two parties. Most Labour [...]

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European Tour – The Calm Before the Chaos?

I am writing from Frankfurt here for meetings ahead of the chaos awaiting the May elections. In Frankfurt, while the economy is clearly slowing, the financial [...]

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Brexit & Pi

    We are approaching 31.4 months this February from the original Brexit referendum on June 23, 2016. After such a period, the British government’s [...]

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Why Are Italian Banks Breaking Europe?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong, why are Italian banks in worse shape than most other countries. What happened to the bail-in program of the ECB? Can you explain why Italy [...]

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The Week in Review – July 11, 2016

The world economy is clearly causing the fundamentalists to flip-flop endlessly. They offer only opinions, and these are the times that will break the reasoning of [...]

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The Political End is Very Near & Markets Know It

QUESTION: Mr Armstrong; I am witnessing everything you have warned was coming right down to the stock market rise with gold and the dollar. Nobody has put such a [...]

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BREXIT is a Watershed for Europe

“There’s no way around it: today is a watershed for Europe and the European unity process,” Merkel admitted. Of course, people like Schulz are [...]

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Six More Countries Want Referendums to Exit EU

  Brussels simply went too far. They crossed the line after moving from an economic union to a political subordinate of Europe. Now, six more countries want to [...]

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BREXIT Wins — The Panic has Subsided as Reality Returns

  Exactly on our cyclical model, the UK voted to leave the EU (52% to 48%) in a historic referendum after 43 years (half 8.6). David Cameron has announced he [...]

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European State of the Union Through the Eyes of a 23-Year-Old

I happened to have a conversation with someone from Portugal who was neither a trader nor an investor, just an observant 23-year-old. When I asked for her take on [...]

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