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Last night we almost reported to you about the media catching a glimpse of Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow, outside the White House, but there really wasn’t much to report other than that, so we decided against it.
Tonight, we ARE reporting on it. Because Mike Lindell, in an interview with Right-Side Broadcasting Network, has revealed why exactly he was there and what happened when we met the President. And it’s INFURIATING.
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1/16/21: Today, 30K NG troops set to be in DC by 1/20. Plus 5k+ +Active duty troops. This is active War military preparation.
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Moscow is telling the West to “butt out” of the Alexei Navalny case after the anti-Putin activist was detained immediately upon his arrival in Moscow Sunday night after coming from Berlin on a Russian airline Pobeda flight.
He’s now been sentenced to 30-days in jail after a hasty court hearing, also as Europe ramps up pressure, threatening new sanctions on Russia if he’s not immediately released.
The 44-year-old Kremlin critic and political figure returned to Russia knowing he’d be arrested while also asking his supporters to
With the US closed for MLK day, it will be a quiet start to the week. After the lull today, the week ahead is a busy one with Biden’s inauguration on Wednesday an obvious focal point. Outside of that, DB’s Jim Reid writes that we have an array of central bank decisions to expect, including from the ECB and the Bank of Japan (both Thursday), while data highlight will be the flash PMIs for January. In addition, earnings season will begin to ramp up, with 43 S&P 500 companies
On Sunday Syria’s Prime Minister Hussein Arnous announced that in total seven Iranian oil tankers have been intercepted en route to the country while they were in the Red Sea to date. This includes two which he said were the latest to be detained.
This comes amid severe shortages hitting the sanctions-choked as the US continues its economic war. According to Reuters:
The shortages worsened after seven oil tankers on their way to Syria were intercepted in “terrorist attacks” with two of the vessels delayed for over
“Shallow understanding from people of good will is more frustrating than absolute misunderstanding from people of ill will.”
The third Monday in January is Blue Monday. Apparently it’s the most miserable day of the year as failed New Year resolutions, and Christmas spending catches us up! Not for me! I’m happy, confident and even excited about what’s coming next.
Markets-wise there is plenty to consider:
The effect of the $1.9 gazillion Biden spend-a-thon on rates and inflation, and therefore
US cash markets may be closed for Monday’s MLK holiday, but US equity futures are humming and at last check they were unchanged from Friday’s close at 3, 762 after earlier dropping as much as 20 points.
“Markets needed a breather or even a pull back to justify reflationary expectations,” said Ben Emons, managing director of global macro strategy at Medley Global Advisors.
Despite the dip, stocks remains just shy of all time highs with Goldman joining Morgan Stanley and JPM in warning that the levels of sheer
Steve Cohen may own the New York Mets, but it looks like his firm, Point 72, is going to be the latest to move part of its business to Florida.
Cohen, who’s firm oversees $19 billion, is reportedly looking for “additional office space” in the Sunshine State, where he will open an office in West Palm Beach before the end of June, according to Bloomberg.
The firm is also looking at another location in Miami, the report notes. The offices are supposedly popping up to “accommodate current
Managing editor Ed Harrison welcomes Real Vision’s new president, Travis Kimmel, to the Daily Briefing. Travis shares his Real Vision journey from an entrepreneur to a self-taught investor and outlines his macro framework for thinking inflation, credit creation, and currency flows. Travis explains why he isn’t fully convinced by the reflation narrative and why he believes that fiscal aid is more likely papering over the cracks than truly providing economic stimulus. Travis shares his view of Bitcoin, which he calls “a curious beast” and “a tabula rasa for narratives.”
Authored by Charles Kennedy via OilPrice.com,
Tesla is clearing all inventory of Model S and Model X across stores and showrooms, multiple reports say, suggesting that the electric vehicle maker is preparing design refresh of the two models.
Tesla has told employees to clear all inventories of Model S and Model X in all markets by the end of the month, Electrek reported on Friday, citing sources with knowledge of the plans. It is not typical for Tesla to clear inventory at the start of a new quarter, which, Electrek’s
Joe Biden’s pick for a top Pentagon post works at a research center partnered with China’s Peking University, a school that has long been eyed as a security risk by western intelligence.
Colin Kahl, whom Biden tapped for undersecretary of defense for policy, has served as a senior fellow at the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies at Stanford University since the beginning of 2018. The institute oversees the Stanford Center at Peking University in northern Beijing, which opened in 2012.
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A pair of top incoming White House environmental aides has blamed “systemic racism” as a driver of climate change in an attempt to justify a government-led economic overhaul.
President-elect Joe Biden named progressive policy adviser Maggie Thomas as Office of Domestic Climate Policy chief of staff and climate advocate Cecilia Martinez as “senior director for environmental justice” on Thursday. Both Thomas and Martinez have cited racial inequality as perpetuating climate change, arguing that the Biden administration’s environmental policy must be centered on “racial and economic justice.”