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Posts tagged 'Gold'

Where Have All the Specs Gone? - Craig Hemke (May 5, 2020)

By Craig Hemke 24 days ago 99198 Views No comments

One might think that the current madness combined with QE∞ from the global central banks would lead to surging speculator interest in owning and trading COMEX precious metals futures. But the opposite is true. How weird is that?

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Russell Napier and the “Library of Mistakes” (Why Economists With History Books Like Gold) - Peter Diekmeyer (May 4, 2020)

By Peter Diekmeyer 25 days ago 89106 Views No comments

Recent podcasts suggest a tendency among forecasters with big book collections to like gold. Advisors with bare walls in their offices appear to like whatever their friends are buying.

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Gold demand rises as investor buying spree offsets jewelry plunge- GFMS

By Thomson Reuters 1 month ago 327 Views No comments

LONDON, April 30 (Reuters) - Global gold demand rose in the first quarter as a surge in investment as the coronavirus outbreak convulsed global markets offset sharp falls in appet

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PRECIOUS-Gold set for best month in 4 years as central banks unleash stimulus

By Thomson Reuters 1 month ago 302 Views No comments

(Adds ECB statement, updates prices) * ECB keeps rates unchanged at policy meeting * U.S. Fed keeps interest rates near zero * Gold up more than 9% so far this month

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RPT-COLUMN-Can gold keep rallying even as physical demand plunges?: Russell

By Thomson Reuters 1 month ago 298 Views No comments

By Clyde Russell

Imagine a commodity that posted a strong 12.8% rally in prices in the first quarter despite demand dropping a staggering 26% as buying collapsed in the world's two biggest consumers. Welcome to the weird world of gold.

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EXCLUSIVE-Venezuela asks Bank of England to sell its gold to UN for coronavirus relief - sources

By Thomson Reuters 1 month ago 414 Views No comments
Venezuela is asking the Bank of England to sell part of the South American nation's gold reserves held in its coffers and send the proceeds to the United Nations to help with the country's coronavirus-fighting efforts, according to two sources with knowledge of the situation. Read More

Trump’s Monetary Policy Mentor: America turns to Zimbabwe for guidance - Peter Diekmeyer (1/04/2020)

By Peter Diekmeyer 2 months ago 3764 Views No comments

The late Robert Mugabe has unexpectedly emerged as the intellectual powerhouse behind American economic thinking.

Trump’s Monetary Policy Mentor: America turns to Zimbabwe for guidance

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Asia shares edge up, China factories show flicker of life

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 388 Views No comments

Asian shares managed a tentative rally on Tuesday as factory data from China held out the hope of a rebound in activity even as other countries across the globe all but shut down.

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Asia stocks rise on bets of more stimulus as dollar rally fades

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 1933 Views No comments

Asian stocks rose on Friday as investors wagered policymakers will roll out additional stimulus measures to combat the coronavirus pandemic after U.S. unemployment filings surged to a record.

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Asian shares track Wall St surge as U.S. stimulus hopes grow

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 377 Views No comments

Asian shares extended their rally on Wednesday in the wake of Wall Street's big gains as U.S. Congress appeared closer to passing a $2 trillion stimulus package to curb the coronavirus pandemic's economic toll.

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Gold gains but set for weekly drop amid flight for cash

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 332 Views No comments

Gold prices rose on Friday after a fall in the previous session, but the metal was on track to post its second weekly drop due to a rush for cash amid the widening economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak.

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Gold rises as ECB measures to limit virus impact lift sentiment

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 344 Views No comments

Gold prices rose on Thursday after a steep fall in the previous session, as the European Central Bank's measures to mitigate the economic effects of the coronavirus epidemic lifted investor sentiment.

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Fed's short-term corporate funding plan boosts stocks, gold, dollar

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 569 Views No comments

Gold, the dollar and global equity markets rose on Tuesday after the Federal Reserve said it would buy short-term corporate debt directly from companies to help relieve credit markets under strain from the economic impact of the coronavirus epidemic.

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Gold rebounds as recent plunge opens door for bargain hunters

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 253 Views No comments

Gold jumped on Tuesday as a five-session decline in the bullion market led bargain hunters out in force, with Federal Reserve's announcement to boost lending soothing market fears over a crunch in liquidity.

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Gold tumbles as virus fears outweigh U.S. stimulus

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 230 Views No comments

Gold fell as much as 2.7% on Wednesday as concerns over the global economic impact from the coronavirus outweighed stimulus measures by the United States, forcing investors to dump most assets for the safety of cash.

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