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Some of the biggest economic trends and warning signs that have emerged recently. This includes a grim warning from a former Home Depot CEO about US bankruptcies, as well as hundreds of layoffs at Best Buy. We’ll also explore the growing trend of private equity firms buying their own debt, and why this is causing concern among some experts. Finally, we’ll take a look at the precarious state of the housing market and why this bubble may be different than the last one.
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Europe’s Quest for Strategic Autonomy: French President Macron Speaks Out In this video, we delve into French President Emmanuel Macron’s recent statements on Europe’s need to reduce dependency on the United States and avoid getting caught up in the escalating tension between the U.S. and China over Taiwan. Macron’s “strategic autonomy” theory for Europe, endorsed by Chinese President Xi Jinping, aims to establish the region as a third superpower, independent of the two giants. Join us as we break down this significant development in international relations and its potential impact on the global stage.

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US-Saudi Oil Pact Breaking Down as Russia Grabs Upper Hand An empowered OPEC+ led by Saudi Arabia and Moscow is calling the shots on oil prices, boosting inflation and raising recession risks. Just three years ago, when OPEC+ oil giants fell out, the US found itself playing the role of peacemaker. Now it looks more like their target. The Saudi-Russia oil alliance has the potential to cause all kinds of trouble for the US economy — and even for President Joe Biden’s re-election campaign. This month’s OPEC+ decision to cut crude output, for the second time since Biden flew to Saudi Arabia last summer seeking an increase, may be just the start.

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The financial world is no stranger to market crashes. They can be triggered by a variety of factors, including geopolitical events, economic downturns, or simply investor sentiment. Whatever the cause, market crashes can be a frightening experience for investors, with the potential to wipe out years of hard-earned gains. However, with the right approach, investors can not only survive a market crash but even come out ahead. In this video, we will provide a comprehensive guide to surviving a market crash and thriving in its aftermath.