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Posts tagged 'US economy'

FOREX-Dollar loses its luster as rate cut expectations rise

By Thomson Reuters 1 month ago 585 Views No comments

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

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U.S. auto sales to rise 6.4% in February - J.D. Power, LMC Automotive

By Thomson Reuters 1 month ago 326 Views No comments

Feb 26 (Reuters) - U.S. auto sales are expected to rise about 6.4% in February from a year earlier, boosted by higher incentives and consumer spending, industry consultants J.D. Power

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Europe suffers worst day since 2016 as virus spreads, Wall Street opens ugly

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 995 Views No comments

(Updates levels throughout after U.S. open)

* European stocks tumble, Italy down over 4% after virus spread

* 10-year Treasury yields rally t

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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 2 months ago 5146 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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GLOBAL MARKETS-Investors charge back into stocks on signs coronavirus spread is slowing

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 533 Views No comments

* World stocks just off record high

* Investors trying to measure spread of coronavirus

* Oil prices extend rebound from 13-month lows

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GLOBAL MARKETS-Asian markets stem losses as China returns to work but sentiment jittery

By Thomson Reuters 2 months ago 630 Views No comments

* Asian stock markets : https://tmsnrt.rs/2zpUAr4

* Asian shares fall after Friday's losses on Wall Street

* Chinese authorities make plans

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Serbia Significantly Expands Gold Reserves Due to Increased Geopolitical Uncertainty - Nathan McDonald (21/11/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 5 months ago 4869 Views No comments

The Federal Reserve continues to pump liquidity into the markets, rapidly expanding their balance sheets and flooding the system with cheap money.

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

By Nathan McDonald 5 months ago 3203 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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U.S. Constitutional Crisis? Not According to Gold Bullion - Nathan McDonald (26/09/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 7 months ago 4347 Views 2 comments

The system is collapsing, the markets are crashing, and gold and silver bullion are soaring higher.

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

By Nathan McDonald 8 months ago 3071 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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Currency Wars Have Entered the Next Phase, Gold and Silver Will Move Higher - Nathan McDonald (09/08/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 8 months ago 7743 Views No comments

Gold is trading solidly above the $1500 mark at the time of writing, and I believe we are only just getting started.

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Nearing the Tipping Point: Tensions With Iran Threaten Global Trade - Nathan McDonald (24/07/2019)

By Nathan McDonald 9 months ago 4281 Views 1 comment

This is not good for anyone. Tensions are rapidly escalating, the situation in the Straight of Hormuz is spiraling out of control, and we are incredibly close to crossing the Rubicon.

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The U.S. Debt Ceiling Illusion - Craig Hemke (23/07/2019)

By Craig Hemke 9 months ago 10508 Views No comments

Once upon a time, the deficit spending of the U.S. government was thought to be constrained by something called the "debt ceiling".

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Gold At Risk Of A Sharp Pullback Before Higher Again - David Brady (27/06/2019)

By David Brady, CFA 10 months ago 9038 Views No comments

Open interest in Gold futures on the COMEX bottomed at 430k contracts on April 30. They have since risen to 526k on June 18. That’s an increase of 96k contracts.

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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 10 months ago 3114 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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