Sunday, July 31, 2011

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Stalemate in Washington as clock ticks

From: Euronews | Jul 31, 2011

Less than 24 hours after the US Senate rejected a Republican plan to end the country's debt stalemate, the House has returned the favour, throwing out a Democrat bill.

Optimists say this opens the way for real negotiations to avoid a catastrophic default.

But frustration is clearly growing.

Democratic Representative Sander Levin commented to the House: "This is a disgraceful moment. What you're doing with this bill is to undermine thew chances for compromise. That's what you're doing."

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On The Edge - The Pan Asian Gold Exchange

by on Jul 30, 2011

In this edition of On the Edge, Max Keiser interviews Ned Naylor-Leyland from Cheviot Asset Management about the new Pan Asian Gold Exchange (PAGE), and what it means for global currency and commodities markets.

David Morgan: Silver, Gold And The US Dollar

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