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Posts tagged 'global market'

The Big Move In Silver May Be Right Now - Chris Vermeulen (May 11, 2020)

By Chris Vermeulen 3 months ago 4800 Views No comments

For many years now, metals traders and enthusiasts have been patiently waiting for the move in Silver that we feel its eventually going to happen.

There is almost a ritual process in the metals market that takes place when a crisis happens. We’ve written about this in a past article and we’ve highlighted how we believe Silver is one of the absolute best opportunities if/once it breaks out. It goes something like this…

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Gold Stocks Take Flight - Paul Wong (May 5, 2020)​

By Paul Wong 3 months ago 2527 Views No comments

Gold bullion continued to deliver strong performance and was up 11.15% YTD through April 30, 2020, and 31.39% YOY. At the same time, gold mining equities (SGDM)1 have gained 13.81% YTD, and 58.67% YOY as of April 30. This compares to -12.36% YTD and -7.91% YOY returns for the S&P 500 Index.

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Stocks nurse record monthly gains ahead of ECB

By Thomson Reuters 4 months ago 950 Views No comments

* Gilead's remdesivir shows promise in clinical trial

* MSCI world stocks heads for best month on record

* Major currencies in holding patter

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Shares jump on coronavirus treatment hopes, oil soars

By Thomson Reuters 4 months ago 863 Views No comments

* Fed leaves rates near zero, sees virus risks lingering

* MSCI global stock index up over 2%

* Gilead: remdesivir trials show improvement fo

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Stocks shaky after worst Wall Street crash since 1987

By Thomson Reuters 5 months ago 384 Views No comments

World share markets and oil prices struggled on Tuesday after coronavirus panic caused Wall Street's worst one-day rout since the Black Monday crash of 1987.

In Europe, early 1.5.% to 3% gains in London, Frankfurt and Paris were quickly wiped out as airline and travel stocks suffered a 6.5% drubbing.

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