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U.S. Nuclear Energy Industry Strengthens Safety with Learnings from Fukushima

WASHINGTON , DC,, Feb. 24, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- In the five years since the Fukushima Daiichi accident, U.S. nuclear energy facilities have invested more than $4 billion and devoted thousands of person-hours to better ensure safety in the face of extreme events, the Nuclear Energy Institute announced during a briefing today.

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Whoever Does Not Respect the Penny is Not Worthy of the Dollar

Whoever Does Not Respect the Penny is Not Worthy of the Dollar

By Nick Giambruno

This definitive sign of a currency collapse is easy to see…

When paper money literally becomes trash.

Maybe you’ve seen images depicting hyperinflation in Germany after World War I. The German government had printed so much money that it became worthless.

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Canadian startups bet on reimagined nuclear power to replace fossil fuels

"Clean energy on a massive scale" may be better suited to meet global energy needs than other renewables.

CALGARY — As the race to replace fossil fuels heats up, a few Canadian startups are betting on the nuclear option.

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These Important Stocks are Trading Like a Financial Crisis Has Begun

These Important Stocks are Trading Like a Financial Crisis Has Begun

By Justin Spittler

European bank stocks are crashing.

Deutsche Bank (DB), Germany’s largest bank, has plunged 36% this year. Its stock is at an all-time low.

Credit Suisse (CS), a major Swiss bank, has plummeted 40% this year to its lowest level since 1991.

As you can see in the chart below, the STOXX Europe 600 Banks Index, which tracks Europe’s biggest banks, is down 27% this year. It’s fallen six weeks in a row, its longest losing streak since the 2008 financial crisis.

These are huge drops in a short six-week period. It’s the kind of price action you’d expect to see during a major financial crisis.

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U.S. Senate Wants To Decrease CO2 By Increasing Nuclear Energy

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Building on the Obama Administration’s recent Nuclear Summit at the White House, the United States Senate made an even bigger statement in favor of new nuclear energy.

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Nuclear energy a great economic opportunity for Australia

Malcolm Turnbull and his Resources Minister, Josh Frydenberg, would like Australia to get much more involved in the nuclear industry. But this is a complex and politically very tricky business. If they are successful, they will have done an enormous good for Australia.

In fact,

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Bank of Japan introduces negative interest rate to boost economy 

The Bank of Japan on Friday introduced a negative interest policy in a move to boost a stumbling recovery in the world's third-largest economy.

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A Huge Change, a Renaissance, and Likely a Boom

A Huge Change, a Renaissance, and Likely a Boom

By Doug Casey

Some years ago I came to the conclusion that it would be wise to have a permanent footprint outside the U.S. It was a wise decision from many points of view. Living in more than one country allows you to vastly broaden your range of experiences, connections, and possibilities.

Frankly, living in just one country is not just limiting. It’s potentially dangerous. The question is, which of the world’s countries is “best”?

There are a lot of possible answers to that question, and they change over time.

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A Dangerous Moment for Social Security

A Dangerous Moment for Social Security

By Justin Spittler

Social Security funds are drying up…will there be any money left when you retire?

Social Security is America’s largest federal program. In 2015, it paid out $870 billion to more than 59 million Americans.

Most Americans see Social Security as a retirement savings program. During your working life, you pay 6.2% of every paycheck to Social Security. In return, the government sends you a check every month after you retire.


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Capital Controls Are Coming

Capital Controls Are Coming

By Nick Giambruno

The carnage always comes by surprise, often on an otherwise ordinary Saturday morning…

The government declares a surprise bank holiday. It shuts all the banks. It imposes capital controls to stop citizens from taking their money out of the country. Cash-sniffing dogs, which make drug-sniffing dogs look friendly, show up at airports.

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