(Zero Hedge) As the gold market continues to deal with global liquidity issues, and virus-lockdown-related disruptions between paper and physical pricing as extremely high physical demand creates shortages, Russia made a surprise announcement on Monday.
(Zero Hedge) North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) & the US’ Northern Command (NORTHCOM) held a Facebook Live town hall meeting on Tuesday, March 24, informing the public how their essential teams in charge of homeland security are isolating at the Cheyenne Mountain bunker in Colorado amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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(Zero Hedge) One of the more unorthodox measures implemented by No. 10 Downing Street when it placed the entire UK on lockdown earlier this week was a virtual freeze of the country’s housing market. For nearly a week now, the housing market across the country has ground to a halt as agents have been prohibited from marketing new homes.
(Matthew Ehret) Western society has long been gripped by a deep seeded belief in money. Trillions of dollars of bank notes tied to ever-growing mountains of un-payable national debts has taken on a life of its own over the years. As the post-1971 years rolled by, society increasingly lost a sense that this human invention called “money” was created to serve humanity rather than rule it, and with that lost sense, money became an idol of worship.
(Zero Hedge) COVID-19 is expected to produce a global recession depression as nearly all of the world’s major economies have ground to a halt between February and March, expected to continue through April.
(Zero Hedge) Calls to the National Suicide Prevention Hotline have spiked 300% amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to KVLY, while the Sacramento Bee reports that other suicide prevention services have similarly risen for the same reasons.
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(Emily Zanotti) Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) says the House of Representatives will finally take up the bipartisan Senate coronavirus relief bill on Friday, more than 24 hours after the measure passed the Senate, 96-0. In a press conference Thurdsay morning, however, she says she is still unsatisfied with the bill and that a fourth coronavirus relief package may be necessary.
Coronavirus Updates: Cuomo Delivers Thursday Press Briefing As NYC Hospitals Overrun, China Bars All Foreigners From Entry Over Coronavirus Fears
(Michael Snyder) In the months prior to the most ferocious stock market crash in history and the eruption of the biggest public health crisis of our generation, we witnessed the biggest exodus of corporate CEOs that we have ever seen. And as you will see below, corporate insiders also sold off billions of dollars worth of shares in their own companies just before the stock market imploded.
(Zero Hedge) While it will take some time to sort through all the pork contained in the massive $2 trillion coronavirus legislation negotiated between the Trump administration and Congressional leaders early Wednesday, here are some of the major provisions via Bloomberg.
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Coronavirus Updates: House Delays Vote On Coronavirus Bill, Prince Charles, Heir To British Throne, Tests Positive
(Zero Hedge) “Damn it’s like a ghost town in Los Angeles….”
(Zero Hedge) The march towards martial law is something that is often ignored by the general public, often labeled as Quackery or something belonging on conspiracy websites. But what’s happening in this country is exactly what our founders warned us about, and martial law is something they took very, very seriously.
(Zero Hedge) COVID-19 survivors are speaking out about what it is like to contract the disease. As of Saturday morning, there are 287,239 confirmed cases and 11,921 deaths that have been reported across the world.
(Zero Hedge) First it was $850 billion. Then $1 trillion. Then $1.2 trillion. Then $1.3 trillion and the market still didn’t care, even as Round 3 of the proposed fiscal stimulus package grew faster than the number or coronavirus cases.