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Posts tagged 'FED'

Global Monetary and Fiscal Authorities Are About to Open the Floodgates of Liquidity - David Brady (13/03/2020)

By Leigh Bowden 20 days ago 8868 Views No comments

Several quick observations here. First, it is clear that the metals and miners have been tracking stocks lately. Both are waiting for the Fed and the U.S. Treasury to announce a combination of substantial monetary and fiscal stimulus. Basically, helicopter money.

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Not QE, Not Anymore: Fed Injects $1.5 Trillion Into Markets, Coronavirus Stimulus Goes Global - Nathan McDonald (12/03/2020)

By Leigh Bowden 21 days ago 3682 Views No comments

The coronavirus, as many health experts are now stating, is beyond the point of containment in North America, if not the entire world. This is unfolding in real time, and as I have said for over a month now, the economic ramifications will be of historic proportions.

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

By Thomson Reuters 24 days ago 211 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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PRECIOUS-Gold gains as global markets slide on coronavirus fears

By Thomson Reuters 24 days ago 459 Views No comments

Global equities and U.S. Treasury yields slide * Autocatalyst metal palladium down 5% * Silver and platinum lose more than 3%

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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 490875 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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“Blessed With Stupidity.” Why Gold is Poised for a Dynamic Five Years - Weekly Wrap-Up (July 12, 2019)

By Craig Hemke 9 months ago 437276 Views 2 comments

Eric Sprott discusses the events of the past week and how they will affect gold and silver prices in the weeks to come.

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“All Manipulations End.” Why The Future Looks Bright For Gold And Silver - Weekly Wrap-Up (May 03,2019)

By Craig Hemke 11 months ago 8714 Views 2 comments

Eric Sprott discusses the factors that drove precious metals prices over the past week.

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Ahead of The Fed - Craig Hemke (18/03/2019)

By Craig Hemke 1 years ago 27129 Views No comments

This week brings another FOMC meeting, with discussions of interest rates, balance sheets, and the economy. How will this impact the precious metals?

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Irrational Exuberance Abounds as the FED Caves to Market Pressures - Nathan McDonald (21/02/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 1 years ago 11087 Views No comments

On August 16th, 2018, gold bullion ended its long-suffered downtrend, closing at $1176.20 USD.

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Fed Signals Gold To Rise Above $1400 This Year - David Brady (01/02/2019)

By David Brady, CFA 1 years ago 53610 Views No comments

Fed Chair Powell stated that although the economy remained strong, the current level of interest rates was appropriate, meaning that they would not be raising rates again any time soon.

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“Who’s kidding who?” - Eric Sprott on the weak U.S. dollar -Weekly Wrap-Up (September 21, 2018)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 17384 Views 1 comment

Eric Sprott discusses the week that was in precious metals and looks ahead to next week's FOMC meeting.

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Trey Reik |The FED’s Impact on Peripheral Markets -Maurice Jackson (09/08/2018)

By Maurice Jackson ,Proven and Probable 2 years ago 7255 Views No comments

Trey Reik, senior portfolio manager with Sprott USA, speaks with Maurice Jackson of Proven and Probable about the Fed’s recent actions and what affect they are having on the gold and other markets.

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“Bring it on..” - Eric Sprott on the FOMC rate hike - (Weekly Wrap-Up, June 8, 2018)

By Craig Hemke 2 years ago 28293 Views No comments

Eric Sprott discusses the week that was and looks ahead to what will be a very interesting and volatile week next.

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Liquidity Preference Rising- Keith Weiner (06/06/2018)

By Keith Weiner 2 years ago 4590 Views No comments

What happens when investors’ time preference is violated? Liquidity is the substitute.

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Gold Awaits its FOMC Fuse - David Brady (24/05/2018)

By David Brady 2 years ago 52104 Views No comments

Gold has rallied after five of the last six rate hikes, and given the decline from 1369 to 1281 in recent weeks ahead of the next meeting (with the risk of a slightly lower low yet to come), plus all the signals pointing north for Gold, this will once again likely be the catalyst for the next rally.

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