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Marc Faber Responds To Racism Accusations

Having been forced off the boards of Sprott, NovaGold, and Ivanhoe mines and excommunicated from mainstream business media following his comments earlier in the week, Gloom, Boom, & Doom Report writer Marc Faber responds to his racism allegations...

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Hartford Could Default On Its Debt As Soon As Next Month, Moody's Says

Moody’s latest warning about Hartford Connecticut is its most dire yet.

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GE Options Are Pricing In Massive Dividend Cuts

GE shares are languishing at more than four year lows (as the broader market soars to record highs) and GE credit risk stands at 8 month highs (almost dopuble the post-crisis lows hit in June). As Goldman analyst Joe Ritchie warns, a significant earnings per share/free cash flow reset looms and the prospect of a dividend cut is dragging the stocks lower.

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What Reagan Told The NYSE After Black Monday: Thank Heaven For Humans

30 years ago this week, after the dust settled in the largest stock market crash in history, President Reagan wrote a letter to The New York Stock Exchange members...

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American Express CEO Ken Chenault Is Retiring

Despite credit card giant American Express reporting another round of solid quarterly earnings, with revenue of $8.40bn beating expectations of $8.19bn, and generating EPS of $1.50, also above the $1.48 expected, and boosting its profit guidance for good measure, now projecting full year EPS of $5.80 to $5.90, up from $5.60 to $5.80 (above the consensus estimate of $5.75), AXP stock initially spiked, then immediately slumped back to  unchanged, following news that the company's CEO since 2001, Ken Chenault, is retiring effective February 1, 2018.

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