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    U.S. To Hand 15 Bases Back To Host Countries In Western Europe
    Jan08

    U.S. To Hand 15 Bases Back To Host Countries In Western Europe

    The Pentagon announced on January 8 that it is returning 15 bases that it now operates in Western Europe back to their host nations. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Why Canadian babies have it so good
    Jan08

    Why Canadian babies have it so good

    Jonathon Gatehouse profiled Richelle Sandra Marie Bonnie Shiner, Canada’s first baby of 2015. He writes about all the advantages of being born in her new country. “It can be difficult to get beyond our ingrained pessimism and collective obsession with crises and disasters, but, as the new year gets under way, it seems appropriate to take...

    What Are Traders Chatting About Right Now? Surging Stocks… (DIA, SPY, SPX, QQQ)
    Jan08

    What Are Traders Chatting About Right Now? Surging Stocks… (DIA, SPY, SPX, QQQ)

    JonesTrading’s Dave Lutz has what traders are chatting about right now. Good Morning! US Futures are jumping nearly 1% following strong European market action – More hopes that Crude is in a bottoming process helping sentiment, Very Dovish Evans comments overnight (No hikes till ’16 – voter), Ukraine Credit Guarantees from...

    Russia’s Lavrov Discusses Ukraine With French, German PMs
    Jan08

    Russia’s Lavrov Discusses Ukraine With French, German PMs

    Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has discussed the conflict in Ukraine with his French and German counterparts by telephone. …read more Source: Radio Free Europe / Radio...

    Soros Urges Giving Ukraine $50B Of Aid To Foil Russia
    Jan08

    Soros Urges Giving Ukraine $50B Of Aid To Foil Russia

    (Reuters) – Billionaire financier George Soros has urged the West to step up aid to Ukraine, outlining steps towards a $50 billion financing package that he said should be viewed as a bulwark against an increasingly aggressive Russia. Writing in the New York Review of Books, Soros said Europe and the United States needed to balance...

    FP’s Situation Report: Manhunt continues for two at-large gunmen involved in Paris attack; Suspects allegedly have ties to Islamic extremism; Attack fuels Europe’s far-right; and much more.
    Jan08

    FP’s Situation Report: Manhunt continues for two at-large gunmen involved in Paris attack; Suspects allegedly have ties to Islamic extremism; Attack fuels Europe’s far-right; and much more.

    By David Francis with Sabine Muscat A massive manhunt is underway in northern and eastern France for two at-large gunmen who stormed a satirical magazine in Paris yesterday, killing 12. French authorities are frantically searching for French-Algerian brothers Said Kouachi, 34, and Cherif Kouachi, 32. Hamyd Mourad, an 18-year-old suspect in the...

    Eurozone deflation is finally here (you knew it was coming)
    Jan08

    Eurozone deflation is finally here (you knew it was coming)

    Todays’ big story is not falling oil prices, but the mass shooting at French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo yesterday, during which 12 people were killed. But the shooting has had surprisingly little influence on world markets so far – the Sydney hostage taking last month rattle markets – with indexes up around the world. This despite...

    German Government Websites Return Online After Cyberattack
    Jan08

    German Government Websites Return Online After Cyberattack

    Hackers opposed to Berlin’s support of the government in Ukraine claimed responsibility for shutting down sites for several hours on Wednesday. …read more Source: The New York...

    Ukrainian PM, in Germany, seeks continued Western unity in pressing Russia on peace deal
    Jan08

    Ukrainian PM, in Germany, seeks continued Western unity in pressing Russia on peace deal

    Ukraine’s prime minister is calling for continued Western unity in pressing Russia to fully implement a much-violated peace deal. …read more Source: FOX...

    Ukraine PM seeks Western unity in pushing Russia on peace
    Jan08

    Ukraine PM seeks Western unity in pushing Russia on peace

    BERLIN (AP) — Ukraine’s prime minister is calling for continued Western unity in pressing Russia to fully implement a much-violated peace deal. Arseniy Yatsenyuk said Thursday that Russia is “desperately trying” to split European Union countries, “but they’re going to fail.” Yatsenyuk is in Berlin to meet Chancellor Angela Merkel, who...