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Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

International Business Editor

The Daily Bell

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The Daily Bell

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The Daily Bell provides unique insights on contemporary political, economic and social problems that can be found in such a concentrated form nowhere else. Whether one agrees or disagrees with it, one cannot afford to ignore it.... more

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International Business Editor

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According to Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, International Business Editor for The Daily Telegraph, "it's a signal that the oil-rich Gulf kingdom is preparing to break the dollar currency peg in a move that risks setting off a stampede out of the dollar across the Middle East."


STAFF NEWS & ANALYSIS | The Daily Bell

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Just in case there was some doubt about the amount of monetization going on, we present this report by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard via the UK Telegraph.
In our quest to quantify what we call the Internet Reformation, the Telegraph's Ambrose Evans-Pritchard is sometimes helpful because of his skill (unusual in the mainstream media) in integrating business and economic trends with political ones. This article, ex ... Every now and then top journo Ambrose Evans-Pritchard just loses the "plot" and this is one of those times. Evans-Pritchard is worried that factionalism between Democrats and Republicans will cause the End of Empire. Specifically, the US empire.


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by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard at The Telegraph • March 16, 2016
By Ambrose Evans-Pritchard at The Telegraph


MacroDigest Systemically important economic news. Macroeconomics, Trade deal Latest News, Frances Latest News News News

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Andy Smith, Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, Paul Johnson, Frank Johnson, James Heartfield

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Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard is the former Washington correspondent for the London Daily Telegraph. He is most famous for leading the exposure of President Bill Clinton's involvement in the Arkansas "Whitewater" affair; and for authoring the acclaimed USA-published book: The Secret Life of Bill Clinton. After being contacted by J B Hunt in January 1998 Ambrose examined scores of documents unearthed by Hunt & Keith-Hill (see Section Three of this website). Ambrose agreed that these proved that The Guardian's journalists had conspired with Mohamed Al Fayed and others to pervert Sir Gordon Downey's parliamentary inquiry into the paper's 'cash for questions' allegations. Subsequently Ambrose penned two articles for The Daily Telegraph about Hunt & Keith-Hill's work, but these were censored by his editor, Charles Moore Former Daily Telegraph Washington correspondent Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Ambrose Evans-Pritchard As neither Daniel Colson nor Conrad Black offered any reason to explain why they dismissed him, and as The Daily Telegraph has continually resisted all temptation to air Hunt & Keith-Hill's evidence exposing The Guardian's cover-up (such as that discussed in Section Three of this website) it can be safely assumed that Frank Johnson was moved for the same reason that Ambrose Evans-Pritchard's articles on Hunt & Keith-Hill's investigation were spiked - to protect the Telegraph's lucrative printing contracts with The Guardian.


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