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marctomarket.com / By Marc Chandler / THURSDAY, MAY 9, 2013
The news stream has been quite active, but the price action in foreign exchange has been muted. The euro has largely been confined to a 20 tick range on either side of $1.3160. Sterling is a bit firmer, in the upper end of yesterday’s [...]
armstrongeconomics.com / By Martin Armstrong / May 8, 2013
There have been a number of questions about the Dow and isn’t it a major high when the central banks are buying? No! There is a huge problem in the reserves of nations as this is why there will eventually be a massive [...]
armstrongeconomics.com / By Martin Armstrong / May 8, 2013
QUESTION: In your most recent post you mention dollar demand off setting Fed Printing. But fairly often we hear about new international trade agreements that have excluded the dollar. How does this figure into the equation of dollar demand?
marctomarket.com / By Marc Chandler / TUESDAY, MAY 7, 2013
The end of Golden Week, May Day, and bank holiday has not meant fresh movement for the dollar, which has been confined to narrow ranges against most of the major currencies. The main exception has been the Australian dollar which has been sold to fresh [...]
armstrongeconomics.com / By Martin Armstrong / May 6, 2013
Believe it or not, you better keep an eye on the dollar. Nearly 25% of all global central banks are all now buying stocks. The crisis that is emerging is there is really only one game in town – the DOLLAR!!!!! Japan is [...]
We have spent more than 12 years working to educate you on the subject of gold. I only ask in return that you consider these three videos carefully. These presentations sum up where we are, why gold was bombed, why technical [...]
Karen Hudes (nsnbc),- The failure of the press to report accounting scandals at the World Bank involving the U.S. Treasury Department, the Federal reserve, U.S. Congress, and the federal courts is eroding confidence in the dollar as international currency.
zerohedge.com / By Tyler Durden / May 2, 2013, 07:57 -0400
Whoever said the New Normal would be boring, apparently never lived in a world in which one central bank crushing its key rate to a record low, would lead to the appreciation of its currency, and send the main competing currency, the USD, lower. [...]
I hope this essay provides some food for thought. It is not my intention to insult or belittle anyone, but using humor and cold logic, to help people understand an abstract topic with many counterintuitive principles. The ultimate goal is to protect what you have [...]
This Great Graphic, we created on Bloomberg, shows the how well the US-Japanese 10-year interest rate differential (yellow line) tracked the dollar’s advance against the yen (bar chart) since the Japanese election was announced in mid-Nov last year. A divergence opened in April as [...]
goldscents.blogspot.ca / By TOBY CONNOR / TUESDAY, APRIL 30, 2013, 8:05 AM
I’ve been pointing out for several months now that the recent rally in the dollar was a mirage, an illusion generated by the yen, euro, pound, and Canadian dollar all dropping into yearly, or intermediate cycle lows together. This selling pressure in the [...]
marctomarket.com / By Marc Chandler / April 25, 2013
A shift in the news stream, with more disappointing US economic news and some positive developments in Europe seemed to have begun weighing on the dollar and that shift has been solidified today. Although the dollar extended yesterday’s pullback in Asia, it was the stronger [...]
As someone who only recently dived into the rocky Bitcoin waters — and discovered a world I had never imagined — I enjoy talking to others who have been there longer. There are some amazing stories out there. We are sitting here today with Bitcoin [...]
marctomarket.com / By Marc Chandler / TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 2013
There are two main developments today. The first is the disappointing flash PMI readings from China and the euro zone. The second is a continued rally in European bonds in both absolute terms and relative to Germany. The reduced risk premium in Europe has not [...]
According to Bix Weir we’re coming down to crunch time. The end is nigh and the Too Big To Fails will be failing right and left. Bix believes you need to divorce yourself from it as soon as possible or suffer the consequences. There’s no alternative because the United States owes [...]
Here is the crux of the problem. Manipulation of paper can be a massive irritant to gold bulls. Manipulation of paper cannot and will not result in a sustained strong dollar. That does not mean that the devils will not try [...]
online.wsj.com / By Kana Inagaki and Clementine Wallop / April 9, 2013
The weak yen has triggered a gold rush, literally, among Japanese households, reflecting how bold new economic policies are shaking up long-entrenched deflationary attitudes, freeing up dormant assets, and sparking new economic activity.
Fundamentals always win out in the end. It doesn’t matter if you take the WARNING GAUGE out of your vehicle because it is showing an overheating engine. It doesn’t matter if you disconnect the BUZZER so the noise stops which indicates problems with the engine. At [...]
“We’re just going to kill the dollar.” This week, I had a series of very sobering discussions with my highly-placed source within the intelligence world. The information he provided hit me like a proverbial tons of bricks. It connects everything we are seeing play out across the [...]
merkinvestments.com / By Axel Merk, Merk Investments / April 10, 2013
Is it time for the Federal Reserve (Fed) to stop printing money? Today, we focus on what might be going through Fed Chair Bernanke’s mind and the possible implications for the U.S. dollar and investors.
traderdannorcini.blogspot.com / By Dan Norcini / April 9, 2013
The overall tone of the commodity complex is firm in today’s session as the CCI is up. From what I can see, some of this is tied to news out of China that inflation is relatively tame. This has traders breathing a sigh of relief [...]
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