Celente on Europe & strikes in Yemen 2: ‘Greece should’ve never been in euro’
Oil futures jumped more than 6 percent on Thursday following the start of Saudi Arabian airstrikes in Yemen. Fears the conflict could spread stoked concerns about Middle East oil shipments, causing oil prices to rally for a second straight day. Erin weighs in. Gerald Celente, author and publisher of the Trends Journal, tells what geopolitical effects the airstrikes will cause and gives us his take on the protests that followed the new ECB building in Germany. Richard Wolff, expert in Marxist economics, tells what he expects to happen if and when the Fed raises rates and also gives his different takeaways from what’s going on in Europe. And in The Big Deal, Erin, Edward and Bianca go over viewer comments posted on social media.
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