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Thursday, February 12, 2015

CNBC Anchors Stunned: ‘There is No Economic Recovery’

It's Not Just Obama

  • Yes Obamacare is screwing up the economy.  But we are being body slammed with millions of jobs being eliminated by robotics, the Internet, and outsourcing.  Add in the deliberate importation of millions of legal and illegal workers to replace American citizens in the work force.

(Infowars)  -  Investor Steve Ricchiuto stunned CNBC hosts when he launched into a breathless rant about how there is no real economic recovery and that the Federal Reserve’s forecasts are pie in the sky.

Ricchiuto, Managing Director of Mizuho Securities USA, left anchors Simon Hobbs and Sara Eisen scrambling for words as he reeled off a barrage of factors as to why there is no acceleration in economic activity.

The highlights;
“There is no acceleration in underlying economic activity.” 
“There’s this wrong concept that I keep on hearing about in the financial press about the acceleration in economic growth… It isn’t happening!” 
“We had a horrible retail sales number, we had a horrible durable goods number, we’re likely to have a very disappointing retail sales number coming forward, this month we have a strong payroll number we say everything’s great – it’s not great….it’s been the same thing for the last five years, there’s no improvement in the economy!” 
“After a string of dismal data on durable goods, retail spending, and inventories, we get a good jobs number and everyone saying the economy’s good – it’s not good!”
“And we can keep on going,” Ricchiuto responded when Hobbs interrupted him.

According to Zero Hedge, the clip was also edited to remove host Eisen’s glib response to Ricchiuto’s sobering reality check on the real economic figures.

“But the key is that’s not what The Fed is telling us,” she stated.

So according to the financial “experts” at CNBC, actual economic numbers are less important than placing blind faith what the Federal Reserve claims is happening in its press releases.

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