The Tatiana Show – Scott Horton & Agnieszka Pilat

Tatiana interviews antiwar radio host Scott Horton & artist Agnieszka Pilat.

Topics include:

–“Poland as a Liberty Hotbed”

–“Deskilling in Art and Instagram”

–“The Reality of the War in Afghanistan”

–“American World Empire”

About the Guests:

-Polish born artist, Agnieszka Pilat studied painting and illustration at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, CA. She is an award-winning artist and her works can be found in public and private collections in United States, Poland, Canada and China. Pilat currently lives and maintains a full time studio in San Francisco and is represented by numerous galleries throughout United States

-Scott Horton is the author of Fool’s Errand: Time to End the War in Afghanistan, FoolsErrand.us, managing director of the Libertarian Institute at LibertarianInstitute.org, host of Antiwar Radio on Pacifica, 90.7 FM KPFK in Los Angeles and KUCR 88.3 in Riverside, California and podcasts the Scott Horton Show

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Forex Weekly Outlook – Nov. 6-10 2017

The US dollar was mixed across the board despite big events in markets. Will this continue? The upcoming week features events from all over the world.  Here are the highlights for the upcoming week. Jay Powell has been nominated to be the next Chair of the Fed. Trump, troubled with developments in the Mueller investigation […]

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US dollar bounces back on strong ISM services – updates

The US dollar initially fell on the disappointing Non-Farm Payrolls. The miss on the headline and more importantly the poor wages data sent the dollar lower. Yet the greenback gradually recovered and pared the losses. It then got another boost from genuinely positive data. Factory data came out at +1.4%, better than 1.3% expected and […]

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Morgan Stanley Banker’s Brother Stole $300M Through Two Fraudulent ICOs

TheMerkle SEC ICO FraudBankers have no love lost for Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies these days. That’s been proven a few dozen times in recent years. However, family members of prominent bankers are entirely different creatures. Maksim Zaslavskiy, the brother of a Morgan Stanley banker, was arrested earlier this week. Apparently, Zaslavskiy had run an illegal cryptocurrency project and defrauded investors for over US$300,000 in the process. Initial Coin Offerings Remain a big Risk If there is one trend in the cryptocurrency world to be wary of, it is the initial coin offering hype. Dozens of new projects run ICOs every single month. It is difficult to

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Oil bear market may last another decade, with US crude stuck below $60 a barrel, Wells Fargo says

Wells Fargo expects the current bear market for oil to last another 5-10 years, with U.S. crude trading at $30-$60.

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The UTRUST ICO: Innovating Digital Currency Payments

Do you also believe that digital tokens should be more than just financial speculatory assets? If yes, then you are not alone as even the UTRUST team believes the same.  This revolutionary platform provides a simple, affordable, and security-conscious payment in the cryptocurrency market. They are taking online payments and trust to a whole new … Continue reading The UTRUST ICO: Innovating Digital Currency Payments

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Apple crosses $900 billion. Next stop: $1 trillion?

Shares of Apple popped after its latest quarterly earnings report. The company is now approaching a trillion dollar valuation — and several of its big tech peers are not too far behind.

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U.S. Service Sector Growth Unexpectedly Accelerates In October

Activity in the U.S. service sector unexpectedly grew at a faster rate in the month of October, according to a report released by the Institute for Supply Management on Friday. The ISM said its non-manufacturing index inched up to 60.1 in October from 59.8 in September.

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U.S Factory Orders Rise, Core Capital Goods Orders Revised Higher

New orders for U.S.-made goods rose for a second straight month in September and orders for
core capital goods were stronger than previously reported, suggesting manufacturing activity was gathering momentum.

Factory goods orders increased 1.4 percent as demand for a range of goods rose, the Commerce Department said on Friday. Orders increased by an unrevised 1.2 percent in August.

Economists had forecast factory orders increasing 1.3 percent in September.

Orders for non-defense capital goods excluding aircraft – seen as a measure of business spending plans – surged 1.7percent in September instead of the 1.3 percent increase reported last month. September’s increase in these so-called core capital goods orders was the largest since July 2016.

Orders for core capital goods rose 1.4 percent in August. Shipments of core capital goods, which are used to calculate business equipment spending in the gross domestic product report, increased 0.9 percent instead of the previously reported 0.7 percent rise.

The Commerce Department said it was unable to isolate the impact of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma on the data as the survey is “designed to estimate the month-to-month change in manufacturing activity at the national level and not at specific geographic areas.”

Strong business spending on equipment is helping to underpin manufacturing, which makes up about 12 percent of the U.S. economy. Manufacturing is also being buoyed by a weakening U.S.
dollar, replenishing of business inventories and strengthening global demand. Business investment in equipment has contributed to GDP growth for four straight quarters.

Spending is rising despite signs of slowing oil and gas drilling as ample supplies curb crude oil price increases.

In September, orders for machinery gained 0.1 percent after being unchanged in August. Mining, oil field and gas field machinery orders rebounded 17.8 percent after tumbling 7.5 percent in August.

Orders for transportation equipment rose 4.7 percent, reflecting a 30.8 percent jump in civilian aircraft orders. Motor vehicle orders edged up 0.1 percent after accelerating 2.5 percent in August.

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