Month: September 2018

zerohedge September 29, 2018

Almost half of all US residents in the top five largest cities, or 48%, do not speak English at home according to the latest Census Bureau data.  The Washington Examiner reports that the new report, conducted by the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), also reveals that “As a share of the population, 21.8 percent of U.S. residents speak a foreign language […]

zerohedge September 29, 2018

Authored by Whitney Webb via Mint Press News The transparency organization WikiLeaks just released a new document that sheds light on the corruption behind a lucrative French-German arms deal with the United Arab Emirates (UAE), weapons that are currently being used to wage a disastrous and genocidal war against the people of Yemen. The document details a court case […]

zerohedge September 29, 2018

Former Trump campaign adviser Roger Stone told Hill.TV’s Krystal Ball and Buck Sexton  during Friday’s “Rising” show that it is possible he could be framed in special counsel Robert Mueller’s probe into Russian election interference… but not for anything related to Trump or collusion or Russia…  “I think it’s entirely possible that I could be framed on […]

zerohedge September 29, 2018

Via Valuewalk.com, Q2 2018 Hedge Fund Asset Flows Using data from Preqin’s online platform, we look at hedge fund asset flows in Q2 2018 by strategy, fund size, manager headquarters and performance. In Q2 2018, hedge funds recorded their first quarterly outflows since Q4 2016. Despite investors withdrawing $1.2bn in capital in Q2 2018, performance has […]

zerohedge September 29, 2018

Communications were down across the Indonesia island of Sulawesi on Saturday after a powerful 7.5 magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami decimated communities across central Sulawesi, leaving scores dead and hundreds of buildings destroyed in the city of Palu and the surrounding area.  According to Agence France-Presse, at least 384 people died in the city of […]

zerohedge September 29, 2018

Authored by Nicholas Colas via DataTrekResearch.com, We have been thinking a lot about human memory over the last few days. Part of that is some lingering thought about the 10-year Lehman bankruptcy anniversary earlier this month. Another is the fact that Monday will be the one-year mark for DataTrek publishing these notes. And, of course, […]