Written by Econintersect
Early Bird Headlines 22 February 2017
Econintersect: Here are some of the headlines we found to help you start your day. For more headlines see our afternoon feature for GEI members, What We Read Today, which has many more headlines and a number of article discussions to keep you abreast of what we have found interesting.
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by Philip Pilkington
As I noted in my last post the Bank of England have released an official policy document that concedes that much of Post-Keynesian endoegnous money theory is indeed correct. Interestingly, they have also released some Youtube clips with the authors where they expound on their work in more details. You can watch these videos at the BoE website here.
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Written by Sig Silber
NOAA has a "much above average" level of confidence in their 6 - 10 Day Outlook and I do not believe that such a high level of confidence is justified. The pattern in the Eastern Pacific that controls teleconnections is in transition which to me means that there are too many moving parts to be maximally confident. Further out, there are AO/NAO uncertainties. The Northeast U.S. may be the area with the most uncertainty.
by Reverse Engineer, Doomstead Diner
Discuss this article at the Geopolitics Table inside the Diner
As our economy spins down, our climate deteriorates, our geopolitical system descends into chaos and warfare, placing BLAME for this sad state of affairs is a popular thing to do amongst Bloggers and people who comment on blogs. This Blame Placing works its way down from the very large to the very small. In this article, I will cover the way various Pundits and Commenters in the Collapse Blogosphere like to place blame for the ongoing Collapse of Industrial Civilization.
Written by Lance Roberts, Clarity Financial
The Real 401(k) Plan Manager - A Conservative Strategy For Long-Term Investors
21Feb2017 Market Close: New Record Highs, Crude Slips Off Session Highs, US Dollar Settles Near High
21Feb2017 Market Update: Wall Street Main Indexes Rise To New Historical Record Highs, WTI Crude Vol
21Feb2017 Pre-Market Commentary: Wall Street To Open Higher, Crude Prices And The US Dollar Both Ris
Average gasoline prices fell 0.04 cents this past week following the previous week's 1.3 cent rise.