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Is Saudi Arabia's Oil Strategy Working?

November 3, 2017 - 5:30am
Is Saudi Arabia's Oil Strategy Working?

Authored by Nick Cunningham via OilPrice.com,
The IMF estimated that Saudi Arabia will need oil prices to trade at about $70 per barrel in 2018 for its budget to breakeven, a dramatic improvement from the $96.60 per barrel it needed just last year. Saudi’s improvement is the most dramatic out of all the Middle Eastern oil producers, and it also suggests the combination of austerity, cuts to wasteful subsidies, new taxes and economic reforms are starting to bear fruit.

Second Crash Warning From The IMF – This Time It's About Vol

October 31, 2017 - 7:20pm

Another week, another warning regarding financial crash scenarios from those keen minds at the IMF.
In “Here Is The IMF’s Global Financial Crash Scenario” last week, we highlighted the institution’s surprisingly candid discussion hidden away in its latest Financial Stability Report “Rising Medium-Term Vulnerabilities Could Derail the Global Recovery"…or as we paraphrased the IMF’s “politically correct way of saying the financial system is on the verge of crashing”.

West Eyes Recolonization Of Africa With Endless War; Removing Gaddafi Was First Step

October 23, 2017 - 6:30pm
West Eyes Recolonization Of Africa With Endless War; Removing Gaddafi Was First Step

Authored by Dan Glazebrook via RT.com,
Exactly six years ago, on October 20th, 2011, Muammar Gaddafi was murdered, joining a long list of African revolutionaries martyred by the West for daring to dream of continental independence.

Here Is The IMF's Global Financial Crash Scenario

October 23, 2017 - 6:43am
Here Is The IMF's Global Financial Crash Scenario

Hidden almost all the way in the end of the first chapter of the IMF's latest Financial Stability Report, is a surprisingly candid discussion on the topic of whether "Rising Medium-Term Vulnerabilities Could Derail the Global Recovery", which is a politically correct way of saying is the financial system on the verge of crashing.

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