armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / March 24, 2015
While we have recorded history back to inception and reconstructed the monetary system of the world with interest rates, commodity prices, and labor costs along with the various debt crisis that has toppled every government since the beginning, We are not the only ones to have […]
wallstreetexaminer.com / by Anthony B. Sanders via Confounded Interest / December 30, 2014
Fortunately, 2014 is grinding to a halt if you are long in certain commodities. While some cheer falling commodity prices, they is little reason to cheer if the cause if declining demand (e.g., a global economic slowdown).
Major commodities lost ground in […]
davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by David Stockman / December 29, 2014
Crude oil is not the only commodity that is crashing. Iron ore is on a similar trajectory and for a common reason. Namely, the two-decade-long economic boom fueled by the money printing rampage of the world’s central banks is beginning to cool rapidly. […]
davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by David Stockman • December 29, 2014
Crude oil is not the only commodity that is crashing. Iron ore is on a similar trajectory and for a common reason. Namely, the two-decade-long economic boom fueled by the money printing rampage of the world’s central banks is beginning to cool rapidly. What the […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 12/12/2014 06:50 -0500
“A global flight-to-safety continues to dominate the landscape as lower oil prices drives the bid for core fixed income markets”
– ED&F Man
Anyone who was hoping the market would rebound on last-minute news that the US government has gotten funding for another 9 months, will […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 11/05/2014 08:39 -0500
Nothing to see here, move along…
We are sure it’s nothing to worry about, and in now way indicative of any global aggregate economic weakness, but global commodity prices (that would be the ‘stuff’ that is used to make the ‘stuff’ we all buy every day) […]
caseyresearch.com / Ed Steer / October 28, 2014
¤ YESTERDAY IN GOLD & SILVER
The gold price got sold down a few dollars right at the 6 p.m. EDT open on Sunday evening in New York. It rallied back to unchanged within a few hours, but all four attempts to rally above unchanged during the […]
news.goldseek.com / By Clif Droke, Gold Strategies Review/16 September 2014
Gold recently fell to its lowest level in seven-and-a-half months as the dollar rose to a 14-month high. Easing tensions in Ukraine and the Middle East also acted as a drag on gold and silver prices. Investors have been asking the obvious question as to […]
arabianmoney.net / 14 September 2014
A stronger US dollar and liquidity being sucked out of the system is taking its toll on commodity prices. Is this a prelude for a stock market event?
marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / August 28, 2014
This Great Graphic, constructed on Bloomberg, shows the CRB Index (white line) and the euro (yellow line) over the past six month. It is not meant to imply a causal relationship; as in weaker commodity prices cause the euro to fall.
What we are interested in […]
kingworldnews.com / June 18, 2014
Today King World News is sharing Marc Faber’s chilling warnings about the United States. Below is what Faber had to say in his remarkable interview. Particularly chilling were Faber’s warnings about the destruction of the middle class.
The ominous warnings below are from a King World News interview with Barron’s […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 03/19/2014 21:57 -0400
The Yuan has weakened over 250 pips in early China trading. Trading at almost 6.22, we are now deeply into the significant-loss-realizing region of the world’s carry-traders and Chinese over-hedgers. Morgan Stanley estimates a minimum $4.8bn loss for each 100 pip move. However, the bigger picture […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 02/10/2014 12:49 -0500
We have looked at US markets since Independence and Western Markets since The Middle Ages; but to really comprehend how far we have come, we need to press back to the dawn of civilization. 5000 years of interest-rates and commodity history and a trend is very […]
globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / Sunday, January 26, 2014 11:29 PM
In Emerging Market Contagion Spreads, I presented a viewpoint that emerging market currencies have been under pressure because of falling commodity prices.
Commodity exporter currencies such as the Australian dollar, Canadian dollar, and Brazilian Real have been under pressure for the same […]