It is the 20th of February 2020


Clinton Foundation May Be In Ethics Breach With Bill's $1 Million "Present" From State Sponsor Of Terrorism

Much has been said about an April 2012 email disclosed by WikiLeaks, in which Amitabh Desai, the Clinton Foundation’s director of foreign policy, writes to senior Clinton Foundation officials explaining the “summary of key points” from his meetings with the “Ambassadors from Qatar, Brazil, Peru, Malawi, and Rwanda, in Washington, DC.”

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"The Production Cuts Were Going To Happen Anyway" - An Inside Look At The OPEC "Deal", And How It Happened

Ahead of the OPEC Algiers announcement on September 28, the broad market consensus was that just like in previous summits, there would be no deal and the best market watchers could hope for from the oil producing cartel was an agreement on another meeting, with the requisite future headlines popping up occasionally to push the price of oil higher courtesy of headline scanning algos. However, in a major  surprise, Saudi Arabia appeared to relent and agreed to not only freeze production but to, at least on paper, cut its output by a few hundred thousand barrels - the actual production cuts among OPEC members have yet to be determined - to return total OPEC production from a near record high 33.2 million barrels per day to 32.5mmbd, while exempting arch Saudi enemy - Iran - from the agreement terms, permitting it to pump until it hits pre-sanction levels, or higher.

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Iraq Will Use Sept 11 Bill To Sue US Government For 2003 Invasion, Demand Compensation

As reported on Saturday, a September 11 widow was the first American to take advantage of the recently passed Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism (JASTA), aka the "Sept.11" bill courtesy of Congress which for the first time in Obama's tenure overrode his veto, by suing the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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Saudi Arabia Responds To US 9/11 Bill Veto

In the immortal words of Queen Victoria, Saudi Arabia "is not amused."

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