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The euro and Swiss franc rose to new highs since Q4 2011, while sterling moved to within half a cent of the best level since 2009 set in mid-February in recent days. The market was all rife with speculation of a break out. However, our reading of [...]
news.goldseek.com / By: Axel G. Merk / 6 March 2014
The cleanest of the dirty shirts doesn’t necessarily preserve your purchasing power. Sure, the U.S. dollar has beaten the Russian Ruble and some others of late, but when it comes to real competition, the U.S. dollar has taken a back seat. The U.S. dollar’s [...]
caseyresearch.com / By Chuck Butler / February 27, 2014
Currencies & metals get taken to the woodshed. Euro leads currencies back to the porch. A$ gets whacked on very weak CAPEX report. Frank Trotter adds a new index for us to follow! In This Issue.* Currencies & metals get taken to the woodshed. * Euro [...]
thedailybell.com / By Staff Report / February 14, 2014
The eurozone crisis is just getting started. The project to impose political union is bringing economic ruin, making the legitimacy of the EU project ever more vulnerable … In countries more obviously affected by the euro’s financial crisis, disillusionment with the European project [...]
www.testosteronepit.com / By Wolf Richter / February 8, 2014 at 12:03
Just about every central bank can print money with utter abandon, monetize government debt, water down the currency, inflict inflation upon the people, enrich the bankers and banks it represents, and fulfill other civic duties. But the European Central Bank is unique; it has [...]
sunshineprofits.com / Matt Machaj, PhD / FEBRUARY 7, 2014, 8:09 AM
Based on the Feb 2014 gold Market Overview report.
In the past years, the Federal Reserve dropped many inflationary bombs on the markets. Inflationary in the purely monetary sense by supplying money in almost ridiculous amounts, especially base money figures. During this process some [...]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 02/06/2014 09:00 -0500
While rate cuts were hoped for but not expected, the key to Draghi’s jawboning or future easing efforts was hopes that the recent failed sterlizations of their SMP program (i.e. as close to outright money printing as they can get within the treaty as it stands) [...]
trueeconomics.blogspot.com / by Dr. Constantin Gurdgiev / February 4, 2014
Monetary policy is not a nuclear science. It is not even anatomy, for what it matters. Instead, it is more like a simple task in civil engineering. Bank of Japan can get the message, the Fed wrote books on it, Bank of England has discovered [...]
globaleconomicanalysis.blogspot.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / Friday, January 31, 2014 11:41 AM
How long can secret ECB meetings stay secret? Allowing time to write a story, the answer is something like 3 days, if that. The Wall Street Journal today reports on a secret meeting that took place Monday evening regarding Greece finances.
marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / January 20, 2014
The US dollar began Asia on a firm note, extending its pre-weekend gains against the euro and Australian dollar, before consolidating with a somewhat softer bias later in Asia and through the European morning.
The Martin Luther King holiday in the US deters strong price action [...]
marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / January 17, 2014
Both China and the euro area are currently experiencing liquidity squeezes. China’s is, perhaps, understandable, as banks, businesses and households prepare for the New Year holiday. The 7-day repo rate nearly doubled today to 8.47%.
The squeeze in Europe appears less understandable. The [...]
Roger Strassburg, of NachDenkSeiten, interviewed me on the Modest Proposal to Resolve the Euro Crisis and the Eurozone Conference that James K. Galbraith and I organised in Austin in November 2013. Here is Part A of the interview (Part B, which is centred upon Greece, will be [...]
marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / January 15, 2014
The US dollar is firmer across the board today as investors continue to regain confidence that the FOMC will proceed with its tapering efforts. The impression is that the strength of the retail sales stripped of autos, building materials and gasoline showed a unexpected resilience of [...]
marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / January 14, 2014
After trying to decipher the policy implications of the weak US jobs data, investors are attempting now to look past it. In the currency markets, this has meant a return to the status quo ante, which was weaker yen and dollar-bloc currencies and stronger euro and [...]
marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / January 10, 2014
Our analysis of the foreign exchange market has emphasized that what many see as the US dollar’s decline has largely limited to the euro and sterling. On a broader basis, the dollar has been appreciating. The Bank of England trade weighted measure of the US [...]
blog.milesfranklin.com / Bill Holter / January 8th, 2014
Did you know that the Yuan has now surpassed the Euro in trade settlement? In fact, the market share that global trade is now settling in Yuan is almost 5 times higher today than it was just 2 years ago. Big deal you say? Well, it [...]
armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / January 5, 2014
One question that rises to the surface immediately with the IMF proposal to confiscate 10% of everyone’s bank accounts in Europe, is what will this do to the Euro. Will the Euro rally or fall? The overwhelming misguided Dollar Haters who have preached the end [...]
gold-eagle.com / By Justin Smyth / December 31, 2013
Sentiment in the financial markets always gets re-balanced by two variables: time and price. The U.S. dollar underwent a massive bear market from 2002-2008, and bearish sentiment by the end of that bear market reigned supreme. But as dollar bears grew louder in 2008, with the [...]
sunshineprofits.com / By Przemyslaw Radomski, CFA / DECEMBER 30, 2013, 9:17 AM
In our Dec. 20 commentary, we discussed the outlook for the USD Index, Euro Index, and how these currencies were likely to impact gold. We summarized the essay by writing that the situation was bullish for the USD Index, and bearish for the [...]
"The best raw material to hold in my opinion is silver. That’s what I felt 30 years ago and is what I feel today. Silver one of the very few commodities that the average person is capable of holding in his own possession. In particular, the US Mint makes the most beautiful and popular coin in the world in the form of the US Silver Eagle. So popular is this coin that I am still convinced that someday the US Mint will not be able to keep up with demand and the premiums on these coins will explode when the US Mint stops producing them. The way the world is going it appears that all the trends point towards greater silver demand. It looks to me that everything in the future will run on electricity, of which silver is the best conductor. Throw in the tremendous appeal and growth of solar panels and it’s hard to foresee how silver won’t be a raw material superstar." - Israel Freidman