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Things I (Don’t) Worry About: The US Power Grid

Things I (Don’t) Worry About: The US Power Grid By Peter Zeihan I’ve started hearing rumblings about the American power grid and vulnerability to cyber attacks. Sure there’s been hiccups throughout the years, but this one isn’t keeping me up at night. More here >  

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How digital health companies are capitalizing on the GLP-1 boom

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This Is What Hedge And Mutual Funds Did In Q1: Goldman’s HF and MF Monitors

Today Goldman published two of the bank's most widely read periodic reports: the Hedge Fund Trend Monitor (available to pro subs here) and Mutual...

China’s Stock Rally Still Misses One Crucial Piece

By Henry Ren, Bloomberg markets live reporter and strategist Chinese stocks have rebounded yet local retail traders are still holding back. That’s bad news for...

Japanese 10Y Yield Rises Above 1% For The First Time Since 2013

Slowly but surely, Japan's bond market is approaching its inevitable disintegration. With the BOJ caught in an impossible dilemma, where on one hand it is...

Study Finds Hormone Replacement Therapy Can Safely Treat Menopause Symptoms

Authored by Ayla Roberts via The Epoch Times (emphasis ours), A new study has determined that, when it comes to treating the symptoms of menopause,...

US Steps Up Monitoring As FDA Warns Bird Flu Found In Pasteurized Milk From Grocery Stores

By ZeroHedge Dairy cattle moving between states must be tested for the bird flu virus, U.S. agriculture officials said Wednesday as they try to track...

Omens For The Nasdaq As Technical Signal Proliferates

Published at ZeroHedge Authored by Simon White, Bloomberg macro strategist, A technical sell signal for the Nasdaq has hit levels not seen since the tech bubble....

Blackstone CEO Jumps On ‘The Next AI Trade’ 

By ZeroHedge US power grid regulators and utilities are warning about energy shortfalls. Projections for US electricity demand growth over the next five years have...

Lockheed Martin Wins $17BN Interceptor Contract To Protect US Homeland

With one massive war in Eastern Europe grinding past two years and with another potential major war brewing in the Middle East, Western defense...

US Restricts Diplomats’ Travel In Israel, Bracing For Iran Attack By Week’s End

Iran is expected to attack Israel by week's end, or at least within the coming days. However, the degree of telegraphing has almost taken...

Futures Tumble On Disappointing JPM Earnings, Surging Geopolitical Risks

Futures are tumbling this morning, hit by disappointing earnings and outlook from the largest US bank, JPMorgan whose stock is down around 3% in...

Bank of Canada Keeps Rates Unchanged, Needs More Evidence Of Slowing Inflation Before Cuts

The BoC keeps rates unchanged for a sixth consecutive meeting even as officials signaled they're getting closer to rate cuts but - like the...

Arabica Coffee Prices See Largest Weekly Jump In Nearly Three Years 

As if hyperinflating cocoa bean prices and re-accelerating global food inflation weren't enough, Arabica coffee futures hit their highest level in over a year and a half.  Arabica coffee...

AT&T Reveals Easter Weekend Surprise For Customers: 73 Million Accounts Leaked On Dark Web

By ZeroHedge Millions of AT&T Inc. users received bad news from the third-largest US retail wireless carrier this Easter holiday weekend: Their personal data has...

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Hurricane forecasts point to a dangerous 2024 Atlantic season, with La Niña and a persistently warm ocean teaming up to power fierce storms

The 2024 Atlantic hurricane season starts on June 1, and forecasters are predicting an exceptionally active season. If the National Hurricane Center’s …

Does Iran Actually Have a Nuclear Weapon?

Does Iran Actually Have a Nuclear Weapon? By Peter Zeihan Everyone is talking about Iran’s potential development of an active nuclear weapon. Before anyone gets too frightened...

Extreme heatwaves in south and south-east Asia are a sign of things to come

Since April 2024, wide areas of south and south-east Asia, from Pakistan to the Philippines, have experienced prolonged extreme heat. Covering some …

‘They call us the fatherless ones’: the trauma of families devastated by the infected blood scandal will last for generations

On the day of her uncle’s funeral in 1995, Jane’s life changed forever.* That was when she found out her uncle Edward, a person with haemophilia, had …

Mapping malaria in Africa: climate change study predicts where mosquitoes will breed in future

The relationship between climate and malaria transmission is complex and has been the subject of intense study for some three decades. Mosquito vector …

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