A large crack has appeared on the Hernando DeSoto bridge. Spanning the Mississippi River between Tennessee and Arkansas just outside of Memphis, it’s a key part of I-40. Besides the rerouting of truck traffic away from I-40, the shutdown is also impacting traffic on the Mississippi River itself.
The spring thaw brings barge traffic up and down the river’s series of locks and dams. Over 800 barges were impacted by late Friday before the Coast Guard allowed traffic to resume. That’s a large amount of goods that can’t get where it needs to go, and a assign that supply chain issues will continue to wreak havoc with supplies for months to come.
Now here’s the rest of the news:
Existential Economic Threats: How U.S States Can Survive Without Federal Money
Brandon Smith of Alt-Market.us speculates on choice states must make: COVID containment at the cost of economic growth, or a renaissance of local and regional commerce… [Read Here]
Why You Can’t Buy Gold at Spot Price
With physical gold commanding an extreme premium over spot price, how can we define the actual (not spot) price of gold? Ex-U.S. Mint director Ed Moy explains the many pressures currently influencing and distorting gold’s price… [Read Here]
May 17, 2020
Today’s DarrenDaily Recap Sunday. A collection of the weeks videos from Darren Hardy. Enjoy
I’ll leave you with a picture from the top of St. John’s — The capital city of Newfoundland & Labrador…
…from Signal Hill.
May 17, 2019
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