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Modern Monetary Theory Isn’t Helping (Really worth your time if you’ve been wondering about MMT, Jacobin)
Trump Says Dollar Too Strong in Renewed Criticism of Powell (Bloomberg)
The Right May Finally Get Its War on Iran (Very disturbing, TruthDig)
Netanyahu to Stand Trial for Bribery, Fraud and Breach of Trust, Pending Hearing (The Times of Israel)
Powell Delivers a Subtle Message to Markets (Utterly pathetic, Bloomberg)
If Central Banks Are the Only Game in Town, We’ve Lost (Bloomberg)
Boeing Nominates Former Trump UN Ambassador Nikki Haley to Board (CNBC)
“In her October resignation letter, Haley said she would be taking a ‘step up’ into the private sector after leaving the U.N. Since then, Haley is quoting $200,000 for domestic speaking engagements.”
War-mongering in government is just a stepping stone to cash flow later.
— Michael Krieger (@LibertyBlitz) February 26, 2019
Toll Brothers Orders Plunge as California Buyers Vanish (National Mortgage News)
Fintechs Help Boost U.S. Personal Loan Surge to a Record $138 Billion (CNBC)
Greener Childhood Associated With Happier Adulthood (NPR)
The Monster Pell Has Been Caged At Last (Sickening personal story about Catholic Church pedophilia by Caitlin Johnstone, Medium)
Trump Ordered Officials to Give Jared Kushner a Security Clearance (The New York Times)
FTC’s New Antitrust Task Force Zeroes In on Big Tech (Bloomberg)
The Latest: EU Urges Restraint for India, Pakistan (AP)
Trump-Kim Summit 2019: Xi Could Be ‘More Helpful’, Says U.S. President (South China Morning Post)
Intel’s 5G Modem Alliance with Beijing-Backed Chipmaker Ends (Nikkei Asian Review)
Lavrov Condemns ‘Flagrant Interference’ by U.S. in Venezuela (Yahoo)
Guaido’s Legal Adviser in Talks With Citi to Extend Gold Swap (Bloomberg)
Delhi, Mumbai & 5 Other Cities Put on ‘Highest Alert’ (The Times of India)
China’s Entrepreneurs Are Wary of Its Future (The New York Times)
China February Factory Activity Shrinks to Three-Year Low, Export Orders Worst in a Decade (Reuters)
The Mountain, Once Offered at $1 Billion, Gets a $350-Million Price Cut (Los Angeles Times)
Macy’s New Restructuring to Cut 100 Senior Jobs, Save $100 Million Annually (Reuters)
“Shadow Banks” Dominate Mortgage Lending by Piling on Risks. Federal Housing Administration (FHA) on the Hook (Wolf Street)
As More Older Americans ‘Age in Place,’ Millennials Struggle to Find Homes (CNBC)
A Day of Reckoning for the ECB? (Reuters)
They’re Not Even Pretending Anymore (Epsilon Theory)
Coinbase’s Newest Team Members Helped Authoritarians Worldwide (Despicable move by Coinbase, Breaker Mag)
Facebook, Telegram and Signal Plan Cryptocurrency Launch (The New York Times)
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