Joe Biden may have played politics by declaring the Covid pandemic to be over, trying to get it off the table before elections, as Gerald Celente predicted. But disastrous COVID War policy ramifications continue, as a trio of stories from this past week highlight…
Category: 4 October 2022
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Last week, Japan’s government spent ¥2.84 trillion, the equivalent of $19.7 billion, to keep the yen’s value from falling even further against the dollar.
During the last week of September, no new apartments were sold in Hong Kong, an island with almost 7.5 million people, the Financial Times reported.
On 23 September, General Motors told employees that they are to be in their corporate offices at least three days a week beginning later this year.
On 29 September, the Bank of England (BoE) suspended its plans to tighten monetary policy and bought £1 billion in government bonds to stabilize the nation’s debt and pension markets after new prime minister Liz Truss announced her government would initially borrow more than £72 billion to subsidize household energy bills.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has been criticized in the West for “illegally” annexing territories in Ukraine following what Western officials have called “sham” referendums.
The value of India’s rupee fell further to set a new lifetime low against the dollar on 28 September, touching 81.90 to the buck.
The International Monetary Fund (IMF), the international lender of last resort, has loaned a record $140 billion so far this year to aid troubled countries, at least five of which already are in default with more on the brink, the Financial Times reported.
In August, after sales of existing homes declined for a sixth consecutive month, the National Association of Realtors (NAR) predicted that “we may see two or three additional months of some decline—nothing meaningful," Lawrence Yun, NAR’s chief economist, told Business Insider.