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Posts tagged 'economy'

Brazil central bank to continue FX intervention as long as it takes to calm market

By Thomson Reuters 27 days ago 214 Views No comments

Brazil's central bank will continue intervening in the foreign exchange market using all tools at its disposal and in whatever size necessary to ensure the market functions smoothly, monetary policy director Bruno Serra said on Monday.

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Bank of Canada says coronavirus could pose serious test to economy

By Thomson Reuters 1 month ago 438 Views No comments

The Canadian economy's resilience could be "seriously tested" by a coronavirus outbreak, depending on its severity an

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Powell Painted Into a Corner...Again - Craig Hemke (25/02/2020)

By Craig Hemke 1 month ago 172264 Views No comments

As last year began, the vast majority of analysts and seven-figure Wall Street economists were projecting rate hikes and a 4+% U.S. ten-year treasury yield.

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A Sideways, Low-Volume, Tight Range Week: Is Gold About to Break Out? - Weekly Wrap-Up (December 20, 2019)

By Craig Hemke 4 months ago 28708 Views 1 comment

Eric Sprott discusses the year end price action in the precious metals and answers listener questions regarding some specific mining companies.

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Canada’s “Enron-style” Economics: Most Wealth Redistribution Occurs Off the Books - Peter Diekmeyer (25/11/2019)

By Peter Diekmeyer 4 months ago 6792 Views No comments

Suppressed interest rates provided corporations an estimated $128 billion in secret subsidies last year. That’s more than the Canadian government spent on health care and elderly benefits combined.

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Fed’s Slippery Slope to QE on Steroids is Gold’s Elevator Up - David Brady (01/11/2019)

By David Brady, CFA 5 months ago 4289 Views No comments

The Fed cut rates again as expected Wednesday, but there was a slightly more hawkish tone with respect to further rate cuts.

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Tentatively Bullish Signals in Metals and Miners - David Brady (25/10/2019)

By David Brady, CFA 5 months ago 1370 Views 2 comments

While it seems that nothing much has happened in the past week or two, metals and miners have stopped falling after a tremendous rally.

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Ask the Expert - Nomi Prins - October 2019

By Craig Hemke 5 months ago 3073 Views 2 comments

Author and journalist Nomi Prins joins us to answer your questions regarding the precious metals, the growing mass of global debt and the future of the U.S. dollar.

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The Looming Silver Shortage Isn’t the Only “Huge Problem” - Weekly Wrap-Up (Oct 18, 2019)

By Craig Hemke 6 months ago 490907 Views 2 comments

Eric Sprott discusses the ongoing bank liquidity crisis and the Fed's renewed QE program. He also answers listener questions regarding the ETFs and the mining shares.

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Don’t try to Pick Up Pennies in Front of a Steamroller - David Brady (18/10/2019)

By David Brady, CFA 6 months ago 9976 Views 1 comment

We can say for sure is that Gold has completely erased the overbought and extreme bullish condition at the peak of 1566.

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Demand for Gold ETFs Surge as Quantitative "Not" Easing Returns - Nathan McDonald (11/10/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 6 months ago 6593 Views No comments

The Federal Reserve has cut interest rates twice this year in an attempt to spur the economy and keep the good times rolling.

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Ask the Expert - Jim Rickards - September 2019: Part One

By Craig Hemke 6 months ago 349215 Views 1 comment

In this episode, Jim answers questions regarding the global reserve currency and interest rates.

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Gold and Silver are Destined to Move Higher, Silver to Outshine - Nathan McDonald (30/08/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 7 months ago 5943 Views No comments

At the current time of writing, gold and silver are suffering under a renewed attack, with the former losing $16.54 (1.08%) throughout the trading day and the latter down by $0.20 (1.11%).

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From Here, Where? - Craig Hemke (27/08/2019)

By Craig Hemke 7 months ago 45544 Views 3 comments

Wow, what a year this has been. Back in January, we predicted that 2019 would be the best year for the precious metals since 2010, and with four months to go, the metals look to exceed that bullish forecast.

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“Bond King” backs TIA: says U.S. deficit is $6 trillion using “real” accounting - Peter Diekmeyer (12/08/2019)

By Peter Diekmeyer 8 months ago 74986 Views No comments

If Jeff Gundlach, president of DoubleLine Group, is correct, U.S. government spending may be double what official data suggest.

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