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Posts tagged 'The Fed'

Metals and Miners Just Waiting for the Fed to Unleash QE on Steroids - David Brady (05/03/2020)

By David Brady, CFA 4 months ago 36887 Views No comments

Again, a dump in stocks could weigh on metals and miners in the short-term.

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Powell Painted Into a Corner…Still - Craig Hemke (04/03/2020)

By Craig Hemke 4 months ago 98107 Views No comments

Though we just wrote about this last week, Tuesday's "emergency" fed funds rate cut demands that we write this update.

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Global shares extend recovery on hopes of policy easing, eye G7 for cues

By Thomson Reuters 4 months ago 1093 Views No comments

* Prospects of central bank stimulus lift global shares

* ECB says stands ready to take targeted measures

* G7 conference call planned later

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FOREX-Dollar loses its luster as rate cut expectations rise

By Thomson Reuters 4 months ago 681 Views No comments

NEW YORK, Feb 27 (Reuters) - The dollar fell on Thursday as Treasury yield

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

By Craig Hemke 5 months ago 175849 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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Wall Street is Foolishly Discounting the Economic Impact of the Coronavirus. Gold Isn't - Nathan McDonald (14/02/2020)

By Nathan McDonald 5 months ago 5557 Views No comments

At the end of the trading session on Wednesday, February 13th, the markets were jumping with joy, celebrating the fact that for the first time since the coronavirus crisis began, things were beginning to turn around, with new infection cases dropping off in a significant way.

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Pot Calls Kettle Black: Fed Lectures Congress Over Ballooning Deficits - Nathan McDonald (14/11/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 8 months ago 3461 Views 1 comment

Did Jerome Powell, the head of the Federal Reserve, actually lecture Congress over their ballooning debt levels and out-of-control spending?

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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 8 months ago 5305 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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Demand for Gold ETFs Surge as Quantitative "Not" Easing Returns - Nathan McDonald (11/10/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 9 months ago 6858 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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More Rate Cuts (and overt QE) Pending - Craig Hemke (08/10/2019)

By Craig Hemke 9 months ago 21526 Views No comments

Precious metals prices have rallied in 2019 as global central banks reverse their policies of tightening and rate increases. And now even more rate cuts and restarted QE are on the way.

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Strong Retail Numbers and a Divided Fed Send Markets Spinning - Nathan McDonald (23/08/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 11 months ago 3276 Views No comments

The annual Jackson Hole, Wyoming Federal Reserve symposium began yesterday and markets, as expected, were a nervous wreck, gyrating and throwing their typical temper tantrums.

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Global Central Banks Move To Keep The Party Rolling Onward - Chris Vermeulen (12/08/2019)

By Chris Vermeulen 11 months ago 21721 Views No comments

The recent news that the US Fed, China and many of the global central banks are continuing to make efforts to lower rates and spark further consumer spending and economic activity is reminiscent of the late 2010~2013 global economic recovery efforts.

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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 11 months ago 75556 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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China and the Fed Combine to Send Gold to New Highs - David Brady (21/06/2019)

By David Brady, CFA 1 years ago 12136 Views No comments

“Long-term—which starts when the Fed signals it is pausing its interest rate hikes and balance sheet reduction policies and reverting back towards QE and ZIRP, perhaps later this year—Gold is going to new highs, in my humble opinion.”

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As Conflict with Iran Quickly Spirals Out of Control, Oil & Gold Surge Higher - Nathan McDonald (21/06/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 1 years ago 3348 Views No comments

This is not what you want to see happening, nor what anyone currently needs, especially given the powder keg that is geopolitics in 2019.

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