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Congress’s Radical Plan to End Illegal Money

acting-man.com / MN Gordon / July 21, 2017 

What Constitution?

One of the many downfalls of being the United States Secretary of the Treasury is the requirement to place one’s autograph on the face of the Federal Reserve’s legal tender notes. There, on public display, is an overt record of a critical defect.  A signature endorsement of a Federal Reserve note by the Treasury Secretary represents their personal ratification of unconstitutional money.

There it is, plain as day. The former treasury secretary clearly put his signature on money with highly dubious legal credentials. Evidently he must have found it agreeable though. [PT]

If you recall, Article I, Section 8, of the U.S. Constitution empowers Congress – not the Federal Reserve – to coin money and regulate its value.  What’s more, Article I, Section 10, specifies that money be coined of gold and silver and cannot consist of bills of credit – such as paper legal tender notes.

As far as we can tell, paper dollars are illegal money on two counts.  First, they’re issued by the Federal Reserve.  Second, they’re bills of credit with no ties to gold or silver.

What gives?  Isn’t the U.S. Constitution supposed to be the supreme law of the land? Don’t be silly.  Anyone with half their wits about them knows the U.S. Constitution has been reduced to a mere artifact of history. Does this bother you?

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Should Libertarians Care about the Constitution?

misesmedia, Published on Jul 21, 2017

Lysander Spooner called it “The Constitution of no authority.” Conservatives fetishize it, but don’t follow it. Progressives want it annulled. So, what should libertarians think about America’s founding document?

Our guests Brion McClanahan and Allen Mendenhall give us the unadulterated history and unpleasant truths about constitutionalism—but also consider its underappreciated benefits.This is a discussion of the Constitution you won’t hear anywhere else.

US Drops Criminal Charges Against JPM “London Whale” Traders As It Is “Unable To Extradite Them”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 21, 2017 4:23 PM

In the latest confirmation that “justice” in the US has become a sordid farce when it comes to the banking elite, moments ago the following two headlines from Reuters hit:

  • U.S. DECIDES TO DROP CRIMINAL CHARGES AGAINST FORMER JPMORGAN TRADERS JAVIER MARTIN-ARTAJO, JULIEN GROUT IN ‘LONDON WHALE’ CASE
  • U.S. SAYS DEFENDANTS LIVE OUTSIDE THE COUNTRY AND HAVE REFUSED TO DEFEND THEMSELVES IN NEW YORK, AND EFFORTS TO EXTRADITE THEM HAVE BEEN UNSUCCESSFUL OR DEEMED FUTILE

Er, what: So just because two alleged criminal bankers “live outside the US” (not some 3rd world backwater dictatorship but Spain, with which the US has an extradition treaty) and “voluntarily” refuse to come to New York to defend themselves and – well – go to prison, and because the US is completely powerless to compel Spain to deliver these two men, they get to walk?

Yes, pretty much.

Here is the backstory:

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TRUMP ENDS CIA PROGRAM OF FUNDING TERRORISTS IN SYRIA; WILL THINGS ACTUALLY CHANGE?

thedailysheeple.com / 

Setting off a predictable fire in the Western corporate media, there is now weeping and wailing over the new Trump decision to end the policy of the CIA arming terrorists in Syria. Mainstream outlets are now leaping over themselves to demonize Trump, Assad, Putin, and Russia in general. According to some outlets and analysts, Trump has “fallen into a Russian trap” by directing the CIA to stop funding terrorists. If that sounds ridiculous, it’s because it is.

Still, while the new policy is cause for celebration, the fact is that there is more to the story than what is being reported both in the mainstream and alternative press outlets. Many individuals who have opposed the war in Syria are now celebrating the end of the Syrian war and Trump as an anti-war peacemaker. Others simply do not believe that the change in policy is relevant. The reality, however, is most likely something in between. In order to understand the significance of Trump’s new decision, it is important to look at facts and history so that one may understand the direction in which we are headed in regards to Syria.

The New Policy

President Donald Trump decided to end the CIA’s “covert” program of arming and training terrorists (aka, “Moderate Rebels”) in Syria. The program is set to be phased out over a period of a few months. The Western corporate press is, of course, reporting the news as if the family dog just died. Notorious pro-terrorist and pro-war commentator and senior fellow at the Middle East Institute, Charles Lister, even described the decision as a “Russian Trap.”

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REALIST NEWS – The ECB Morphs into the Mother of All “Bad Banks”

jsnip4, Published on Jul 22, 2017

Fed Believes Opioid Crisis Is Reason Why Men Aren’t Working

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 21, 2017 10:15 PM

Bill Polacek runs a manufacturing company in Western Pennsylvania. Even though a glut in new construction projects has dried up work for tradesmen, Polacek said he struggled to find qualified welders a few years back when he had a large number of jobs to fill. Polacek interviewed 350 people to fill openings for 50 welders and machinists at his Johnstown, Pennsylvania-based manufacturing company. But he quickly found the number of qualified candidates dwindling to the point where the number of open jobs was higher than the applicants qualified to fill them. The reason? Too many of Polacek’s interviewees either had criminal histories, or couldn’t pass a drug test.

 “’We weren’t attracting the right people,’ Polacek says of the episode, which prompted him to invest in extensive outreach to local high schools to build up a pipeline of workers.”

America’s worsening opioid crisis has helped create a generation of men whose struggles with addiction are preventing them from finding, and holding, steady jobs. Indeed, the type of hard-to-hire Americans Polacek encountered pose a growing problem for many employers, as a deepening opioid crisis plagues American communities just as the jobless rate hovers near a 16-year low. Polacek’s situation is hardly unique; the Fed’s Beige Book, a collection of anecdotes about the business climate collected by the 12 regional Fed banks, has included many testimonials about the difficulty that some employers, particularly manufacturing firms, are having in finding qualified workers, like this one from a manufacturing firm in St. Louis.

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Second Quarter GDP Forecasts Inching Towards Convergence Around Two Percent

mishtalk.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / July 21, 2017 9:06:24 

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York released its Nowcast forecast today. The Atlanta Fed GDPNow forecast was updated on July 14 and again on July 19.

The GDPNow forecast is up from July 14, but way lower from the preceding cast. Meanwhile, the Nowcast inched back above the two percent mark for the first time since June 9.

The overall tendency at this point is convergence at or slightly above two percent.

GDPNow Latest forecast: 2.5 percent — July 19, 2017

“The GDPNow model forecast for real GDP growth (seasonally adjusted annual rate) in the second quarter of 2017 is 2.5 percent on July 19, up from 2.4 percent on July 14. The forecast of second-quarter real residential investment growth increased from -1.6 percent to -0.6 percent after this morning’s new residential construction report from the U.S. Census Bureau.”

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The Entity Controlling The Economic System Is Much Larger Than The Fed:Rob Kirby

X22Report Spotlight, Published on Jul 21, 2017

Kunstler Fears “Violent Revolt” As “Soft Coup” Against Trump Looms

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 21, 2017 2:15 PM

Authored by James Howard Kunstler via Kunstler.com,

For all his blunders and stumbles in his first half-year as President (cough cough), Donald Trump seems to have more lives than Schrödinger’s Cat. Or maybe it just seems that way. Or maybe he isn’t really there at all (like the news these days). Maybe Trump only represents one comic probability in an infinite number of universes of probability, both comic and tragic. I begin to understand why the folks in Hollywood are having a whack attack over the chief executive: you can’t storyboard this bitch; it’s like leaving The Three Stooges on their own in a sound stage to re-make Gone With the Wind.

But then, you begin to wonder: is Russia really there, or is it, too, just another figment of possibility? Don’t try to figure that out by reading the oracular observations of The Washington Post. These days Russia seems to be at once everywhere and nowhere, like the Devil north of Boston in 1693. For example, this fellow Jeff Sessions. Have you noticed that his name rhymes with Russians? Hmmmm. And wasn’t he caught chatting with the Russian Ambassador at the very same convocation of Republicans that picked notorious colluder Donald Trump to stand for President? That’s enough of your damn evidence right there!

Yes, things are passing strange in the world’s greatest democracy these days. To me, seeing the thing through an historical lens, it’s looking more and more like the Salem Witch Frenzy meets the French Revolution with a spin of quantum confusion on top. Right now we’re in the first phase, sheer political lunacy. Beliefs have become ungrounded from the facts of life. The guy whom fate or a prankish deity put in the White House doesn’t even fit the template of the world’s most infamous heads-of-state. I’m sorry to dredge up old Adolf, but really, Hitler himself seemed to have a much firmer idea about what he was doing than Trump does.

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Obama’s AWOL Anti-War Protest

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mises.org / / July 21, 2017

Barack Obama campaigned for the presidency in 2008 as a peace candidate. He signaled that he would fundamentally change America’s course after the reckless carnage unleashed by the George W. Bush administration. However, by the end of Obama’s presidency, the United States was bombing seven different foreign nations.

But Obama’s warring rarely evoked the protests or opposition that the Bush administration generated. Why did so many Bush-era anti-war activists abandon the cause after Obama took office?

One explanation is that the news media downplayed Obama’s killings abroad. Obama was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize less than 12 days after taking office — not because of anything that he had achieved, but because of the sentiments he had expressed. Shortly after he accepted the Peace Prize, he announced that he would sharply increase the number of American troops in Afghanistan. Much of the media treated Obama’s surge as if it were simply a military campaign designed to ensure that the rights of Afghan women were respected. The fact that more than 2,000 American troops died in Afghanistan on Obama’s watch received far less attention in the press than did the casualties from Bush’s Iraq war.

In early 2011, popular uprisings in several Arab nations spurred a hope that democracy would soon flourish across North Africa and much of the Middle East. Violent protests in Libya soon threatened the long-term regime of dictator Muammar Qaddafi, who had become a U.S. ally and supporter in recent years. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and other advisors persuaded Obama to forcibly intervene in what appeared to be a civil war.

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Doug Casey On Trump, Cryptocurrencies, the Coming Collapse and the End of Western Civilization

The Dollar Vigilante, Published on Jul 21, 2017

Watch Live: First On-Camera Spicer-Less White House Press Briefing In A Month

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 21, 2017 1:55 PM

Following the resignation of Sean Spicer (over the hiring of Anthony Scaramucchi), Deputy White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is scheduled to give the White House’s first on-camera press briefing since June 29 at 2pmET.

Grab your popcorn…

Since Sean Spicer will be absent, we thought this “best of” compilation might satisfy some who miss him…

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Don’t Buy the Sears Stock Rally – SHLD Is Doomed

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This is a syndicated repost courtesy of Money Morning – We Make Investing Profitable. To view original, click here. Reposted with permission.

Sears stock has rebounded more than 43% in the last month, but that does not mean this stock is turning around. Quite the opposite.

We still think Sears is headed toward bankruptcy. If you own it, get out. And if you think management can pull off a miracle, forget it. They can’t.

Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani told readers back in May about Sears’ epic downfall. He even outlined a strategy to profit as Sears stock “lurches towards its deathbed.” And despite the stock’s recent rally, if you’d followed Gilani’s plan, you’d still be up double digits.

All the reasons for this bearishness are still very much intact. Here’s what he told you in May:

“Sears Chair and CEO Eddie Lampert’s financial engineering experiment clearly has failed. He ‘Frankensteined’ Kmart and Sears together to form what can only be called a retail abomination. Sears Holdings has lost $10.4 billion since 2011. Excluding ‘one-time charges’ and ‘events,’ the loss is $4.57 billion.”

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Mentally Ill Man Sustains Third-Degree Burns After Struggle with Police

thedailysheeple.com / /

A California man with schizophrenia sustained severe second- and third-degree burns after police pinned him down, shirtless, on blistering hot pavement on the afternoon of Friday, June 23.

Citrus Heights Police responded to multiple calls about a man, James Bradford Nelson III, 28, behaving erratically at a local KFC, reportedly threatening customers and employers, as well as trying to break into vehicles in the parking lot after exiting the business.

Security footage, issued as part of a Citrus Heights Police press release, shows the man acting aggressively inside the restaurant, at one point jumping the counter and going after employees:

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S&P Raises Outlook On Greece Ahead Of Bond Sale, Keeps B- Rating

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 21, 2017 1:16 PM

Consider it a kiss to the bond investors who are expected to oversubscribe the upcoming latest “triumphal” Greek return to the bond markets, as soon as next week. Moments ago, rather unexpectedly, S&P raised its outlook on Greece from Stable to Positive, but reaffirmed the Greek rating at B-. The rating agency, said it believes that “recovering economic growth, alongside legislated fiscal reforms and further debt relief, should enable Greece to reduce its general government debt-to-GDP ratio and debt servicing costs through 2020.”

We have therefore revised the outlook on Greece to positive from stable while affirming our ‘B-‘ long-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings.

 The positive outlook indicates our view that, over the next 12 months, there is at least a one-in-three probability that we could raise the ratings.

In other words, buy the Greek bonds, but beware a repeat of what happened in 2014.

Full S&P note below (link):

RATING ACTION

On July 21, 2017, S&P Global Ratings revised the outlook on the Hellenic Republic (Greece) to positive from stable. We affirmed the ‘B-/B’ long- and short-term foreign and local currency sovereign credit ratings.

RATIONALE

The outlook revision reflects our expectation that Greece’s general government debt and debt servicing costs will gradually decline, supported by economic recovery, legislated fiscal measures through 2020, and a commitment from Greece’s creditors, specifically from the Eurogroup, to further improve the sustainability of its sovereign debt burden.

The Eurogroup, in its statement on June 15, 2017, has agreed to facilitate market access for Greece through the creation of a cash buffer via disbursements over and above the amount needed for the Greek government to meet debt servicing obligations and pay down domestic arrears. In our opinion, this support is likely to pave the way for Greece to successfully reenter sovereign bond markets this year.

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The Public’s Supremely Stupid Tolerance

market-ticker.org / by Karl Denninger / 2017-07-21 15:20

Good God, this is the dumbest – and most dangerous – thing I’ve seen yet.

A Facebook message pops up on my phone screen. “What’s going on in your world?”

It’s from a robot named Woebot, the brainchild of Stanford University psychologist Alison Darcy.

What?

This “bot” looks at what you do and then decides it thinks you’re depressed.

Ok, who owns that “deduction” and what happens when it’s wrong?

See, here’s the problem — this doesn’t require an “app” that you load.  Facebook looks at everything you do that it can link back to your id on their site now.

Is the company doing this now — and selling it to whoever wishes to buy, such as, for example, your health insurance company?  Your employer?  A recruiting company (that in turn has quite a bit of influence over whether you find future employment)?  A prospective landlord?  Never mind the government.

Look folks, you have some deep thinking to do.  It is exactly this sort of “app” that leads me to say “Advertise on Facebook or any other Zuckerberg property and I will never buy from you again.

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Hollywood Is Using Social Causes To Sell Movie Tickets

disobedientmedia.com /

Two days before the June release of Kate Mara’s latest film “Megan Leavey,” the “House of Cards” actress was promoting the movie at an event in Washington.

But Mara wasn’t attending a premiere or a promotional junket for the biopic about marine Megan Leavey and the bond she formed with Rex, her military dog, while serving in Iraq. Instead, she was speaking at a rally calling for the restoration of online animal welfare records held outside the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

The rally was broadcast live on Mail Online, and an accompanying Care2 petitioncalling for the release of animal welfare records attracted 160,000 signatures. Megan Leavey, meanwhile, ended up a modest indie hit, grossing nearly $13 million.

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Oil Rig Count Falls By 1 As Analyst Warns Permian Reserves Are Grossly Exaggerated

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 21, 2017 1:07 PM

For only the second time in the last 27 weeks (and 4th in the last 56 weeks), the number of US oil rigs fell last week (down 1 to 764 rigs). There is a growing concern that the rising rig count has now outpaced the lagged response to pricing and is due to rollover further

Notably the Canadian oil rig count rose by 12 last week.

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How Brand Imaging Affects Consumer Purchases

InvestmentWatch

investmentwatchblog.com / by ·

By David McDonald

It’s how we distinguish quality from inferiority.

Branding has an enormous influence on consumer buying behaviour in developed countries. It helps distinguish quality products from cheap products, gives demographic groups a sense of cultural belonging, and can help spread awareness about important global issues such as deforestation and poverty alleviation.

A brand is composed of products, packaging, promotion, advertising, as well as its overall presentation. Branding thus is a means to distinguish one product from another and these differences may be functional, rational, or tangible – related to product performance of the brand.

Perceived quality

One of the most notable characteristics of a strong brand image is having perceived quality that is superior to your competitors. Take the clothing company Supreme for example.

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US Lawmakers Support Bill That Would Make it Illegal to Boycott Goods and Services from Israel

Dr. Fly

ibankcoin.com / / Fri Jul 21, 2017 7:17pm EST

The Israel Anti-Boycott Act, sponsored by Sen. Cardin, supported by 45 Senators and 237 congressmen, will criminalize the boycott of goods and services from the state of Israel.

Source: Congress.gov

If American citizens happen to defy this law, if approved, they will be fined a minimum of $250,000, and a maximum of $1 million plus 20 years in prison, designated for persons “engaged in interstate or foreign commerce.”

The bill is said to be purposed to countermand a potential UN resolution that will prevent trade with East Jerusalem, the West Bank, and the Golan Heights. The idea behind the bill would be to prevent any American from joining the fray.

The ACLU takes exception to the bill, saying it’s a direct violation of the First Amendment.

“In short, the bill would punish businesses and individuals solely based on their point of view,” it wrote. “Such a penalty is in direct violation of the First Amendment.”

The bill, rumored to have been written by the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), has garnered widespread bipartisan support. Finally, Congress has found something they could agree on.

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“Everything Will Collapse” German Judge Warns As Refugees Flood System With Appeals

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 21, 2017 12:47 PM

Hundreds of thousands of migrants who’ve appealed decisions by Germany’s immigration courts have brought the country’s legal system to the brink of collapse, a German judge warned on Friday.

More than 1.3 million migrants have arrived in Germany since the beginning of 2015. Since then, the sheer number of cases filed has overwhelmed the civil courts of the country, said Robert Seegmuller, chairman of the Association of German Administrative Law Judges, speaking to the publishing house Redaktionsnetzwerk Deutschland.

 “The situation is dramatic for administrative courts,” Seegmuller told RND. “We are now completely stretched to our limits.”

Seegmuller had been complaining since spring about the number of lawsuits being filed against the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees. Thousands of applicants have challenged decisions delivered on their cases by the office, including deportation orders back to potentially unsafe countries such as Afghanistan. RND estimates there are approximately 250,000 asylum-related cases waiting to be brought before the courts.

 “The administrative court system cannot endure such a figure in the long run. At some point, everything will collapse,” Seegmüller warned. “Things may go well for a while, but not permanently.”

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Market Talk- July 21st, 2017

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Jul 21, 2017

We did eventually see a mixed close in US with the NASDAQ setting new gains but the late rally failed to convince Asian markets of the rally and having seen ECB unchanged, we saw Asian indices small down. It was a reasonably light session to close the week as main core markets drifted. The Nikkei watched the yen trade better (last seen trading towards the 110 handle) so having a negative effect on stocks resulting in a negative -0.2% close. Shanghai and Hang Seng gave a little back also after the recent consistent positive momentum, which is a fair performance when considering recent currency strength. Top talking points were surrounding the disconnect between the bond and stock markets, but also the weakness in the USD and the strength in gold. The USD has been losing support as we approach an almost 2% decline against the Euro but that is having a significant effect on European stocks.

As Mario Draghi has kept the currency going the negative effects are being seen on equities, and a resurgence of bond spread tightening. It appears the fixed-income market is being the adult in the room seeing the road clear to continue the carry tightening play. That said, US stocks have held in well as earnings plays its supporting role but we should have a clearer picture next week when we hear from the Federal Reserve. Core markets closed with almost 2% declines which for foreign investors is really starting to hurt even providing for the recent euro rally.

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Legendary Short Seller Warns This Bubble Will Be Unwound With An Epic Crash

Legendary Short Seller Warns This Bubble Will Be Unwound With An Epic Crash

kingworldnews.com /

Today a legendary short seller warned this bubble will be unwound with an epic crash.  He also discussed what will be wildly bullish for gold.

By Bill Fleckenstein President Of Fleckenstein Capital
July 21 (King World News) – 
The early going saw the indices slightly heavier, for no particular reason and with no particular theme, near as I could tell. Macro- and company-specific bad news does not seem to matter, although yesterday Sherwin-Williams and Home Depot did see their stock prices decline, and last night Maxim was a bit weak due to auto-related issues. However, the consequences for related companies has been muted…

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Is Iran In Our Gun Sights Now?

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jul 21, 2017 12:27 PM

Authored by Patrick Buchanan via Buchanan.org,

 “Iran must be free. The dictatorship must be destroyed. Containment is appeasement and appeasement is surrender.”

Thus does our Churchill, Newt Gingrich, dismiss, in dealing with Iran, the policy of containment crafted by George Kennan and pursued by nine U.S. presidents to bloodless victory in the Cold War.

Why is containment surrender? “Because freedom is threatened everywhere so long as this dictatorship stays in power,” says Gingrich.

But how is our freedom threatened by a regime with 3 percent of our GDP that has been around since Jimmy Carter was president?

Fortunately, Gingrich has found a leader to bring down the Iranian regime and ensure the freedom of mankind. “In our country that was George Washington and … the Marquis de Lafayette. In Italy it was Garibaldi,” says Gingrich.

Whom has he found to rival Washington and Garibaldi? Says Gingrich, “Maryam Rajavi.”

Who is she? The leader of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, or Mujahedeen-e-Khalq, which opposed the Shah, broke with the old Ayatollah, collaborated with Saddam Hussein, and, until 2012, was designated a terrorist organization by the U.S. Department of State.

At the NCRI conference in Paris in July where Gingrich spoke, and the speaking fees were reportedly excellent, John Bolton and Rudy Giuliani were also on hand.

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July 21/GOLD BREAKS ABOVE THE 1240-1250 RESISTANCE TO CLOSE AT $1254.75/SILVER UP 11 CENTS AT $16.49/THE BIG 3 GERMAN AUTOMAKERS CAUGHT IN ANTI TRUST ACTIONS;BIG FINES WILL BE COMING SHORTLY/TRUMP CHANGES PERSONNEL BIG TIME LAST NIGHT/

harveyorganblog.com / by / July 21, 2017

GOLD: $1254.75  UP $8.75

Silver: $16.49  UP 11  cent(s)

Closing access prices:

Gold $1255.10

silver: $16.54

SHANGHAI GOLD FIX:  FIRST FIX  10 15 PM EST  (2:15 SHANGHAI LOCAL TIME)

SECOND FIX:  2:15 AM EST  (6:15 SHANGHAI LOCAL TIME)

SHANGHAI FIRST GOLD FIX: $1253.46 DOLLARS PER OZ

NY PRICE OF GOLD AT EXACT SAME TIME:  $1245.60

PREMIUM FIRST FIX:  $7.86

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