Monday, January 11, 2016
THE DOW WAS DOWN 167 POINTS FRIDAY-WORST EVER START TO A YEAR BY THE MARKETS.
HOARDING OF GOLD AND SILVER
1 Go to now, ye rich men, weep and howl for your miseries that shall come upon you.
2 Your riches are corrupted, and your garments are motheaten.
3 Your gold and silver is cankered; and the rust of them shall be a witness against you, and shall eat your flesh as it were fire. Ye have heaped treasure together for the last days.
10 Standing afar off for the fear of her torment, saying, Alas, alas that great city Babylon, that mighty city! for in one hour is thy judgment come.(IN 1 HR THE STOCK MARKETS WORLDWIDE WILL CRASH)
17 For in one hour so great riches is come to nought. And every shipmaster, and all the company in ships, and sailors, and as many as trade by sea, stood afar off,
19 And they cast dust on their heads, and cried, weeping and wailing, saying, Alas, alas that great city, wherein were made rich all that had ships in the sea by reason of her costliness! for in one hour is she made desolate.
19 They shall cast their silver in the streets, and their gold shall be removed:(CONFISCATED) their silver and their gold shall not be able to deliver them in the day of the wrath of the LORD: they shall not satisfy their souls, neither fill their bowels: because it is the stumblingblock of their iniquity.
1 And it came to pass in those days, that there went out a decree from Caesar Augustus, that all the world should be taxed.
2 (And this taxing was first made when Cyrenius was governor of Syria.)
3 And all went to be taxed, every one into his own city.
16 And he(THE FALSE POPE WHO DEFECTED FROM THE CHRISTIAN FAITH) causeth all,(IN THE WORLD ) both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads:(MICROCHIP IMPLANT)
17 And that no man might buy or sell, save he that had the mark,(MICROCHIP IMPLANT) or the name of the beast,(WORLD DICTATORS NAME INGRAVED ON YOUR SKIN OR TATTOOED ON YOU OR IN THE MICROCHIP IMPLANT) or the number of his name.(THE NUMBERS OF HIS NAME INGRAVED IN THE MICROCHIP IMLPLANT)-(ALL THESE WILL TELL THE WORLD DICTATOR THAT YOUR WITH HIM AND AGAINST KING JESUS-GOD)
18 Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast:(WORLD LEADER) for it is the number of a man; and his number is Six hundred threescore and six.(6-6-6) A NUMBER SYSTEM (6006006)OR(60020202006)(SOME KIND OF NUMBER IMPLANTED IN THE MICROCHIP THAT TELLS THE WORLD DICTATOR AND THE NEW WORLD ORDER THAT YOU GIVE YOUR TOTAL ALLIGIENCE TO HIM AND NOT JESUS)(ITS AN ETERNAL DECISION YOU MAKE)(YOU CHOOSE YOUR OWN DESTINY)(YOU TAKE THE DICTATORS NAME OR NUMBER UNDER YOUR SKIN,YOUR DOOMED TO THE LAKE OF FIRE AND TORMENTS FOREVER,NEVER ENDING MEANT ONLY FOR SATAN AND HIS ANGELS,NOT HUMAN BEINGS).OR YOU REFUSE THE MICROCHIP IMPLANT AND GO ON THE SIDE OF KING JESUS AND RULE FOREVER WITH HIM ON EARTH.YOU CHOOSE,ITS YOUR DECISION.
1 KINGS 10:13-14
13 And king Solomon gave unto the queen of Sheba all her desire, whatsoever she asked, beside that which Solomon gave her of his royal bounty. So she turned and went to her own country, she and her servants.
14 Now the weight of gold that came to Solomon in one year was six hundred threescore and six talents of gold,
16 Dan shall judge his people, as one of the tribes of Israel.
17 Dan shall be a serpent by the way, an adder in the path, that biteth the horse heels, so that his rider shall fall backward.
5 And when he had opened the third seal, I heard the third beast say, Come and see. And I beheld, and lo a black horse; and he that sat on him had a pair of balances in his hand.
6 And I heard a voice in the midst of the four beasts say, A measure of wheat for a penny, and three measures of barley for a penny; and see thou hurt not the oil and the wine.(A DAYS WAGES FOR A LOAF OF BREAD)
DOCTOR DOCTORIAN FROM ANGEL OF GOD
then the angel said, Financial crisis will come to Asia. I will shake the world.
The Shemitah is coming true.Do people not get it? There is a economic crash every 7 years.
1987: Stock market crash
1994: Bond market crash
2001: 9/11, dot com, recession
2008: Housing crash
2015: See if something will happen-The central banks will be the death of us. Get ready and embrace yourself for the economic collapse.
BANK RELATED INFORMATION
DOW MARKET MONDAY-JAN 11,2016
04:00PM-52.12+ 16,398.57 - S&P +1.64 1923.67 - NASDAQ -5.64 4637.99
HIGH +113 LOW -102
TSX -126.20 12,319.25 - GOLD $-3.80 $1,094.20 - OIL $-1.83 $31.33
THIS MORNING ASIA WERE ALL DOWN AND THE CHINESE SHANGHAI WAS DOWN 5.3% TODAY. THE OIL IS HOVERING BETWEEN 32.50-32.95 A BARREL. GOLD IS HOVERING JUST OVER 1,100 DOLLARS.AND THW USA-CAN AND EUROPEAN MARKETS ARE ALL UP ON THE FUTURES.SEE IF THEY ALL STAY UP OR FALL LIKE ALL OF ASIA DID TODAY.
BREAKDOWN OF LOSSES BY DOW-S&P-NASDAQ-TSX-LAST WEEK
F-167 = -1,078 POINTS FOR THE WEEK
F-21 = -121 POINTS FOR THE WEEK
F-45 = -361 POINTS FOR THE WEEK
F-2 = -562 POINTS FOR THE WEEK
Stock Gains Short-Lived as Chinese Volatility Hurts Oil, Metals-Eddie Van Der Walt-Sofia Horta E Costa-Updated on January 11, 2016 — 8:30 AM EST-bloomberg
U.S stocks futures advanced after the worst week for equities since 2011 and government bonds fell with the yen as investors looked past another drop in Asian markets that sent Chinese shares to the lowest since September.Standard and Poor’s 500 Index futures and the Stoxx Europe 600 Index climbed, while Treasuries halted a seven-day advance. The Shanghai Composite Index tumbled more than 5 percent amid concern over China’s growth outlook, South Africa’s rand fell to a record low, oil extended its slide from an 11-year low and copper declined.Equities are showing signs of stabilizing after volatility in China’s markets pushed indexes lower around the world in the first week of 2016. Nobel Prize-winning economist Joseph Stiglitz said the nation isn’t facing a “cataclysmic” slowdown and the turmoil was more about badly designed stock-market circuit breakers.“The market reaction to what’s been happening in China has been hugely overdone,” said Peter Dixon, Commerzbank AG’s global equities economist in London. “The uncertainty hasn’t dissipated -- it only takes one or two things to go wrong and we’re back to where we started -- but investors are finally looking at things with a clearer head.”S&P 500 futures for March gained 0.7 percent as of 8:26 a.m. in New York, having climbed as much as 0.9 percent. Treasury 10-year note yields increased 4 basis points to 2.16 percent. The yen fell 0.5 percent to 117.84 per dollar, after earlier weakening 0.6 percent.-Stocks-European stocks extended gains, with the Stoxx Europe 600 Index adding 0.7 percent. Miners and automakers led the advance.Spain’s Banco Santander SA advanced 2.6 percent, pacing gains among the region’s lenders, after Exane BNP Paribas recommended investors buy the shares.Alcoa Inc., which unofficially kicks off the fourth-quarter earnings season, will report results after Monday’s market close. Analysts forecast profits at S&P 500 companies fell for a third straight quarter. Last year, one of the best ways for investors to have made money in U.S. stocks was to acquire them just before earnings season began.-Bonds-Treasuries 10-year note yields rose from the lowest level in more than two months. The yield dropped 19 basis points during the previous seven days and reached 2.11 percent earlier, the lowest since Oct. 29.Germany’s 10-year bund yield was little changed at 0.52 percent.The Markit iTraxx Europe Index of credit-default swaps on investment-grade companies was little changed after closing at a three-month-high of 85 basis points on Friday. The non-investment grade Markit iTraxx Europe Crossover Index declined 2 basis points to 348 basis points.-Currencies-The yen fell after climbing every day last week, when an eight-day run of reductions to the yuan’s reference rate through Thursday sent shock waves through financial markets. The euro also declined Monday after China’s central bank kept the currency’s daily fixing stable for the second day in a row.“There was a lot of people rushing around putting new positions on last week, so maybe the initial reaction has been done,” said Jane Foley, a foreign-exchange strategist at Rabobank International in London. “The yen is still very firm compared to where it was and euro-dollar will find it hard to push much lower when there is still this risk aversion. We’ve got another volatile year ahead.”The yen touched 116.70 earlier, the strongest since Aug. 24, before reversing its gains. The euro fell 0.2 percent to $1.09.-Emerging Markets-South Africa’s rand plunged as much as 9 percent, the most since October 2008, before trading down 1.9 percent. South Korea’s won fell 1 percent to the weakest since 2010. Russia’s ruble slid 0.7 percent.China’s yuan snapped a three-day loss after the central bank kept its reference rate little changed, bolstering speculation that last week’s bout of weaker fixings has halted for now. The onshore currency gained 0.3 percent and the yuan traded in Hong Kong advanced 1.1 percent.The yuan’s interbank rates surged in Hong Kong as suspected central bank intervention to prop up the offshore exchange rate last week tightened supply of the Chinese currency. The overnight Hong Kong Interbank Offered Rate jumped 939 basis points to 13.4 percent, the highest since the fixings began in June 2013.The MSCI Emerging Markets Index retreated 1.8 percent to the lowest since July 2009 as all 10 industries declined. The gauge has fallen 8.5 percent in January, extending last year’s 17 percent slump that was the worst since 2011, on concern China’s slowdown will hurt demand for goods by countries from South Korea to South Africa and Brazil that count the world’s second-biggest economy among their major trading destinations.The Shanghai Composite Index fell 5.3 percent, extending last week’s 10 percent loss and the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index of mainland companies listed in Hong Kong sank 3.9 percent to the lowest close since October 2011.The Philippine Stock Exchange Index declined 4.4 percent, bringing its decline from the April 10 peak to more than 20 percent, a move that signals a bear market. Russia’s Micex slid 3.6 percent as trading resumed after a two-day holiday.-Commodities-Oil futures in New York slid 1.2 percent to $32.78 a barrel. Contracts on Brent crude dropped 1.4 percent to $33.08 in London.Gold was little changed at $1,105.45 an ounce. Copper for delivery in three months retreated 1.7 percent to $4,406.50 a metric ton.
U.S. Stocks Sink in Worst Week Since 2011 as China Revives Angst-Oliver Renick-Anna-Louise Jackson-January 8, 2016 — 5:55 PM EST-BLOOMBERG
Volatility erupted anew in financial markets as a fresh year brought jarring swings, anxiety about global growth and the worst start on record for equities both in the U.S. and in the world.The Standard & Poor’s 500 Index tumbled 6 percent in the week, the biggest drop since September 2011 and the steepest slide over five days to begin a year on record. Even a blockbuster jobs report that bolstered optimism in the world’s largest economy wasn’t enough to arrest the freefall, with an end-of-week rally stalling as investors shunned U.S. equities heading into the weekend.It was the same story everywhere. China’s Shanghai Composite Index slid 10 percent for the week, while Europe’s Stoxx 600 Index lost 6.7 percent for its biggest drop in four years. A gauge of emerging-market equities compiled by MSCI fell 6.8 percent, while its all-world index dropped 6.2 percent in its worst week since 2011.While the primary culprit was China, where a surprise weakening of the nation’s currency fueled concern that a slowdown there is worse than thought, a host of factors contributed to the rout. Crude prices plunged to a 12-year low, reviving fears that indebted energy producers won’t be able to remain solvent. North Korea tested a nuclear weapon, heightening geopolitical worries, and Middle East tensions mounted.The new year started with a Federal Reserve intent on raising borrowing costs at the same time corporate earnings are forecast to fall through the first quarter. With volatility returning and a measure of share valuations stretched, investors are finding little reason to pile into a bull market that is approaching its seventh anniversary.“It’s going to be a jittery market,” Brad McMillan, chief investment officer of Commonwealth Financial Network in Waltham, Massachusetts, which oversees $100 billion, said by phone. “To now see August’s problems come back with a vengeance is frightening. The U.S. will come through it just fine. But make no mistake, China is potentially a big problem and people are going to be more responsive going forward.”The S&P 500 endured four slides of more than 1 percent, including a 2.4 percent rout on Thursday, to close at 1,922.03, the lowest level since Sept. 30. The Dow Jones Industrial Average tumbled 1,078.58 points in the week, or 6.2 percent, to 16,346.45. Almost 95 percent of S&P 500 shares retreated, while Wal-Mart Stores Inc. was the only member of the 30-stock Dow to gain.The tumble in global equities began Monday in China after a weakening yuan sent stocks there down 7 percent to trip new circuit breakers that shut markets midday. A claim by North Korean officials that the country successfully tested its first hydrogen bomb added to investor angst. Crude’s plunge below $33 a barrel in New York pushed energy producers in the S&P 500 to the lowest levels in five years.“It was a hectic week,” said Mark Spellman, a fund manager who helps oversee more than $4 billion at Alpine Funds in Purchase, New York. “We’re still in a risk-off mentality. Any kind of risk-on trade mentality that comes in is going to be short-lived until global economic growth improves.”U.S. markets shook, with the Chicago Board Options Exchange Volatility Index surging 48 percent to 27.01. The VIX’s biggest jump in a month left it 61 percent above the one-year average of 16.7. At the same time, share-price multiples for stocks in the S&P 500, at 23 times reported earnings, are 30 percent above the average since 1936.“Overall, there’s instability the market is trying to get its arms around,” said Dan Deming, a Chicago-based manager at KKM Financial LLC. “The psychology in the market was ripe for a selloff, the fundamentals were starting to show some cracks, particularly in China, and the technical aspects looked pretty bearish.”The worst start to a year for global financial markets sparked the biggest weekly outflow of cash from equity mutual funds since September, as investors pulled $8.8 billion from global equity funds, according to data collected by Cambridge, Massachusetts-based EPFR Global Inc. Redemptions at U.S.-based stock funds hit at a 17-week high, with investors favoring funds that target Europe and Japan, where central banks have pledged continued support.China took steps Friday to stabilize its markets, and a government jobs report in the U.S. that indicated resilience in the labor market provided a burst of optimism that the world’s largest economy would be spared from slowing global growth. That faded in afternoon trading, with the selloff intensifying as investors headed for the weekend.The S&P 500’s rout left it almost 10 percent below its record set in May, though the gauge remains 2.9 percent above its August trough. All 10 of the index’s major groups retreated. Companies with exposure to China led losses, with resource producers and miners falling at least 6 percent.The start of earnings on Jan. 11 is expected to bring another decline, with analysts forecasting profits in S&P 500 members fell 6.7 percent in the fourth quarter, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. That would mark the third straight quarter of year-over-year retreats. “It has been a rough week. When investors saw there was no traction and the market was unable to hold rallies over several attempts throughout the day it just became fear of going into the weekend,” Gene Peroni, a fund manager at Advisors Asset Management Inc. in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, said by phone. “The market has just been so reactive to news, people will wait on the sidelines and see what the weekend brings.”
The End of the Monetary Illusion Magnifies Shocks for Markets-Simon Kennedy-Updated on January 8, 2016 — 8:51 AM EST-BLOOMBERG
Central bankers are no longer the circuit breakers for financial markets.Monetary-policy makers, market saviors the past decade through the promise of interest-rate reductions or asset purchases, now lack the space to cut further -- if at all -- or buy more. Even those willing to intensify their efforts increasingly doubt the potency of such policies.That’s leaving investors having to cope alone with shocks such as this week’s rout in China or when economic data disappoint, magnifying the impact of such events.“The monetary illusion is drawing to a close,” said Didier Saint Georges, a member of the investment committee at Carmignac Gestion SA, an asset-management company. “With central banks becoming increasingly restricted in their stimulus policies, 2016 is likely to be the year when the markets awaken to economic reality.”Even against the backdrop of this week’s market losses, Federal Reserve officials signaled their intention to keep raising interest rates this year. Those at the European Central Bank and Bank of Japan ended last year playing down suggestions they will ultimately need to intensify economic-aid programs.They have only themselves to blame for becoming agents of volatility, according to Christopher Walen, senior managing director at Kroll Bond Rating Agency Inc.He told Bloomberg Television this week that officials’ willingness to keep interest rates near zero and repeatedly buy bonds and other assets meant they became “way too involved in the global economy” and should have left more of the lifting work to governments.The handover to looser fiscal policy now needs to happen if economic growth and inflation are to get the spur they need, said Martin Malone, global macro policy strategist at London-based brokerage Mint Partners.“Major economies have exhausted monetary and foreign-exchange policies,” he said. “Government action must take over from central-bank policies, triggering more confident private-sector investment and spending.”The influence of central bankers was underscored by a report this week from currency strategists at HSBC Holdings Plc, which calculated foreign-exchange markets are more sensitive to interest-rate decision-making than at any time in the last 15 years.“FX markets are likely to remain hypersensitive to rate expectations until we are past the current era of extremely accommodative monetary policy,” the strategists led by David Bloom wrote.Even if more stimulus does end up being delivered by the ECB or BOJ, China’s increased willingness to devalue the yuan will blunt the effect of it by limiting declines in their currencies and pushing up bond yields as money exits China, according to George Saravelos, a strategist at Deutsche Bank AG in London.“All of these natural market forces that have been suppressed and overwhelmed by money printing by developed-market central banks will likely assert themselves this year,” said Stephen Jen, founder of London-based hedge fund SLJ Macro Partners LLP. “My guess is that this will not be a tranquil year.”
World's Richest Lose $194 Billion In First Trading Week of 2016-Brendan Coffey-Jack Witzig-January 8, 2016 — 5:59 PM EST-BLOOMBERG
The world’s 400 richest people lost almost $194 billion this week as world stock markets began the year with a shudder on poor economic data in China and falling oil prices.Forty-seven billionaires lost $1 billion or more during the worst week for U.S. stocks since 2011, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. The combined drop was almost seven times the $29 billion lost in the first five trading days of 2015. The 400 people on the index had a combined $3.7 trillion at the end of the week, compared with more than $4 trillion a year ago.Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos, the best-performing billionaire in 2015, lost the most, his fortune dropping $5.9 billion this week as shares of the world’s largest online retailer fell more than 10 percent. Bezos is the world’s fourth-richest person with $53.7 billion and more than doubled his net worth in 2015 as investors cheered profits at Amazon.The world’s richest person, Bill Gates, fell $4.5 billion to $79.2 billion, while Spain’s Amancio Ortega, the second-richest, dropped $3.4 billion to $69.5 billion.Billionaire- YTD Drop-Net Worth-Percentage Change-Jeff Bezos-$5.9 billion-$53.7 billion--9.9%--Carlos Slim-$5.7 billion-$46.6 billion-10.8%--Bill Gates-$4.5 billion-$79.2 billion-5.4%-Wang Jianlin -$4 billion $32.4 billion-11.1%--Amancio Ortega-$3.4 billion-$69.5 billion-4.7%--The combined loss among the billionaires represents a 4.9 percent dip in their total wealth, according to the index, a slightly better performance than world equity markets so far this year. Global stocks tumbled 6.2 percent for the week, according to the MSCI ACWI Index.There were 11 billionaires among the 400 whose fortunes rose this week, including the five heirs to Wal-Mart Stores Inc. The five Waltons added a combined $2.5 billion as Wal-Mart gained a little over $2 a share. Jim Walton, son of company founder Sam Walton, had the biggest gain, a $759 million increase.The combined net worth of the 400 people on the index is $3.7 trillion, about equal to the gross domestic product of Germany.
Campbell Soup becomes first major company to start GMO labeling-Reuters By Subrat Patnaik and Siddharth Cavale-JAN 8,16-YAHOONEWS
(Reuters) - Campbell Soup Co said it will label all its U.S. products for the presence of ingredients derived from genetically modified organisms, becoming the first major food company to respond to growing calls for more transparency about contents in food.The world's largest soup maker broke ranks with peers and said it supported the enactment of federal legislation for a single mandatory labeling standard for GMO-derived foods and a national standard for non-GMO claims made on food packaging.The company, which also makes Pepperidge Farm cookies and Prego pasta sauces, said it would withdraw from all efforts by groups opposing such measures. (bit.ly/1OeE1Md)-Several activist groups have been pressuring food companies to be more transparent about the use of ingredients, especially GMO-derived ones, amid rising concerns about their effects on health and the environment.Several big companies such as PepsiCo Inc, Kellogg Co and Monsanto Co have resisted such calls and have spent millions of dollars to defeat GMO-labeling ballot measures in states such as Oregon, Colorado, Washington and California, saying it would add unnecessary costs.Monsanto Co said in a statement Friday that it sells seeds to farmers, and does not manufacture or sell food products from crops grown from those seeds.The six biggest agrochemical and biotech seed companies — Monsanto, Dupont, Dow AgroSciences, Bayer CropScience, BASF Plant Science and Syngenta AG — spent more than $21.5 million to help defeat a 2012 California proposition labeling proposition, according to state election data.However, in 2014, Vermont became the first U.S. state to pass a law requiring food companies to label GMOs on their products, which will come into effect in July.Pro-labeling groups such as Environmental Working Group (EWG) and Just Label It cheered Campbell's move."We applaud Campbell's for supporting national, mandatory GMO labeling," Scott Faber, senior vice president of government affairs at EWG said.Advocacy group Just Label It said Campbell's move was a step closer to reaching the goal of a federally crafted national GMO labeling solution.Campbell said late on Thursday that if a federal solution is not achieved in some time, it was prepared to label all its U.S. products for the presence of ingredients that were derived from GMOs and would seek guidance from the FDA and approval by the USDA.The Grocery Manufacturers Association (GMA), which represents more than 300 food companies opposed to mandatory GMO labeling, said it respected the rights of individual members to communicate with their customers in whatever manner they deem appropriate.However, the GMA said it was "imperative" that Congress acted immediately to prevent the expansion of a costly patchwork of state labeling laws that would ultimately hurt consumers who can least afford higher food prices.Kellogg and Pepsi were not immediately available to comment on Campbell's move.Campbell said in July that it would stop adding monosodium glutamate (MSG) to its condensed soups for children and use non-genetically modified ingredients sourced from American organic farms in its Campbell's organic soup line for kids.The company also said it would remove artificial colors and flavors from nearly all of its North American products by July 2018.(Additional reporting by Ramkumar Iyer and Sneha Teresa Johny)
7 So I prophesied as I was commanded: and as I prophesied, there was a noise, and behold a shaking, and the bones came together, bone to his bone.(POSSIBLE QUAKE BRINGS ISRAEL BACK TO LIFE-SO NOISE AND SHAKING-QUAKES WILL ALSO DESTROY ISRAELS ENEMIES)
11 Then he said unto me, Son of man, these bones are the whole house of Israel: behold, they say, Our bones are dried, and our hope is lost: we are cut off for our parts.
12 Therefore prophesy and say unto them, Thus saith the Lord GOD; Behold, O my people, I will open your graves, and cause you to come up out of your graves, and bring you into the land of Israel.
13 And ye shall know that I am the LORD, when I have opened your graves, O my people, and brought you up out of your graves,
14 And shall put my spirit in you, and ye shall live, and I shall place you in your own land: then shall ye know that I the LORD have spoken it, and performed it, saith the LORD.
7 For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places.
8 All these are the beginning of sorrows.
8 For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom:(ETHNIC GROUP AGAINST ETHNIC GROUP) and there shall be earthquakes in divers places, and there shall be famines and troubles: these are the beginnings of sorrows.
11 And great earthquakes shall be in divers places,(DIFFERNT PLACES AT THE SAME TIME) and famines, and pestilences; and fearful sights and great signs shall there be from heaven.
UPDATE-JANUARY 11, 2016-11:00PM
1 Day, Magnitude 2.5+ Worldwide
38 earthquakes - DownloadUpdated: 2016-01-11 23:59:21 UTCShowing event times using UTC38 earthquakes in map area
5.2 Kepulauan Barat Daya, Indonesia 2016-01-11 23:39:33 UTC 251.3 km
2.6 50km NE of Thompson Falls, Montana 2016-01-11 23:33:47 UTC 5.4 km
5.3 South of the Fiji Islands 2016-01-11 22:19:56 UTC 557.4 km
3.4 121km N of Brenas, Puerto Rico 2016-01-11 21:47:26 UTC 37.0 km
4.4 248km NNW of Tobelo, Indonesia 2016-01-11 21:20:38 UTC 24.8 km
4.1 69km NW of Illapel, Chile 2016-01-11 21:16:34 UTC 30.7 km
4.2 218km ENE of Socorro Island, Mexico 2016-01-11 19:51:57 UTC 10.0 km
4.2 247km SSE of Sarangani, Philippines 2016-01-11 19:14:49 UTC 63.0 km
4.8 46km S of Shizunai, Japan 2016-01-11 17:50:29 UTC 61.1 km
6.2 74km NW of Rumoi, Japan 2016-01-11 17:08:03 UTC 239.9 km
6.1 75km S of Rishiri Town, Japan 2016-01-11 17:08:03 UTC 236.1 km
4.7 249km SE of Sarangani, Philippines 2016-01-11 17:01:22 UTC 10.0 km
6.4 233km SE of Sarangani, Philippines 2016-01-11 16:38:05 UTC 12.9 km
3.2 30km NW of Fairview, Oklahoma 2016-01-11 15:18:06 UTC 5.0 km
6.4 233km SE of Sarangani, Philippines 2016-01-11 16:38:05 UTC 12.9 km
3.2 30km NW of Fairview, Oklahoma 2016-01-11 15:18:06 UTC 5.0 km
3.2 33km NW of Fairview, Oklahoma 2016-01-11 14:16:12 UTC 8.1 km
4.4 217km E of Enarotali, Indonesia 2016-01-11 13:22:39 UTC 81.6 km
2.9 30km NW of Fairview, Oklahoma 2016-01-11 13:12:17 UTC 7.0 km
3.2 68km SW of Anchor Point, Alaska 2016-01-11 13:06:18 UTC 91.4 km
2.6 8km NNW of Pittsburg, California 2016-01-11 10:33:39 UTC 19.8 km
2.5 60km W of Anchor Point, Alaska 2016-01-11 10:03:09 UTC 78.6 km
2.7 27km NW of Fairview, Oklahoma 2016-01-11 09:04:06 UTC 5.0 km
2.7 4km SE of Crescent, Oklahoma 2016-01-11 08:48:08 UTC 3.9 km
4.7 75km NE of Miyako, Japan 2016-01-11 08:21:28 UTC 54.4 km
4.6 13km S of Calingasta, Argentina 2016-01-11 07:51:03 UTC 118.5 km
4.7 25km WSW of Hachinohe, Japan 2016-01-11 06:26:46 UTC 46.1 km
4.7 65km SSW of Hualian, Taiwan 2016-01-11 04:52:58 UTC 34.7 km
4.7 65km SSW of Panguna, Papua New Guinea 2016-01-11 04:48:32 UTC 129.6 km
2.8 31km NW of Fairview, Oklahoma 2016-01-11 04:17:33 UTC 5.8 km
3.1 2km S of Rowland Heights, California 2016-01-11 03:13:52 UTC 3.3 km
4.8 213km S of L'Esperance Rock, New Zealand 2016-01-11 02:51:13 UTC 35.0 km
4.9 74km SE of Molibagu, Indonesia 2016-01-11 02:41:43 UTC 70.7 km
2.7 40km W of Anchor Point, Alaska 2016-01-11 02:37:51 UTC 100.0 km
3.7 27km NW of Fairview, Oklahoma 2016-01-11 02:01:55 UTC 8.1 km
4.4 17km S of Rotorua, New Zealand 2016-01-11 00:14:38 UTC 160.1 km
4.2 7km WNW of Kairatu, Indonesia 2016-01-11 00:00:59 UTC 49.0 km
4.9 126km WSW of Nikol'skoye, Russia 2016-01-10 23:48:56 UTC 29.6 km
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