marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / November 28, 2015
Anticipating a yawning divergence of monetary policy between the world’s largest central banks, market participants continued to drive the dollar higher over the past week. In fact, the greenback appreciated against all the major and emerging market currencies except the Malaysian ringgit and South Korean won.
kingworldnews.com / November 27, 2015
Today the man who has become legendary for his predictions on QE, historic moves in currencies, and major global events warned KWN that the world is now on the edge of massive financial destruction and total chaos.
By Egon von Greyerz, Founder of Matterhorn Asset Management & GoldSwitzerland November 27 […]
news.goldseek.com / By: Steve Saville, The Speculative Investor / 27 November 2015
If you listen to the top central bankers of the world talk for long enough you will come away with the impression that central banks are attempting to give us “price inflation”, as if rising prices were beneficial. However, nobody wants to pay […]
davidstockmanscontracorner.com / by David Stockman / November 23, 2015
David Stockman: “We’re headed for a very severe monetary crisis and period of great instability — the very opposite of what has been experienced for the last six or seven years, when these markets have been effectively tranquilized by the central banks and their massive quantitative […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 11/23/2015 07:03 -0500
The oil producers are rapidly learning from the central banks how to jawbone markets higher. With both Brent and WTI sliding as recently as ten minutes ago, suddenly a buying frenzy was unleashed following a Bloomberg headline which cited the Saudi Press Agency, according to […]
charleshughsmith.blogspot.com / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2015
In effect, a currency crisis is simply the abrupt revaluation of the currency to reflect new realities. I have long maintained that the structural imbalances of debt and risk that triggered the Global Financial Meltdown of 2008-2009 have effectively been transferred to the foreign […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 11/18/2015 19:02
As the global economy limps into 2016, the prospects for a sustained pickup in worldwide trade and/or a return to robust growth are decidedly grim.
Global trade growth has lagged the already tepid pace of global output expansion for three years running, averaging just 3% per year. […]
gainspainscapital.com / Graham Summers / November 18, 2015
In 2008, the world experienced the worst economic collapse in 80+ years. This collapse triggered a stock market crash that erased $30 trillion in wealth.
Since that time, collectively Central Banks have cut interest rates over 600 times and have printed over $15 trillion in new […]
tfmetalsreport.com / By Turd Ferguson / November 17, 2015 at 10:18 am
As we just celebrated our 5th anniversary, I thought it would be fun today to go back and review one of the most comprehensive articles on gold price suppression and manipulation ever written. This piece, from the late Adrian Douglas, was […]
gata.org / by cpowell / November 16, 2015
Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:
Last night in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks in Paris news organizations were speculating that the price of gold would rise today because of international tensions and turmoil. Longtime followers of GATA might have just laughed, knowing that gold would […]
blog.milesfranklin.com / Andrew Hoffman / November 16th, 2015
Who’d have thought that the oil minister of the decidedly inconsequential nation of Oman would come up with the quote of the year? Not just regarding the oil market he was referring to, but the 44-year mad experiment in a global fiat Ponzi scheme regime. Which, […]
news.goldseek.com / By Frank Holmes / 16 November 2015
Gold remained the strongest of the precious metals this past week, seemingly stuck in a narrow trading range for much of the week. Silver did a little worse, falling 3.52 percent, perhaps related to Bank of America warning that silver could hit $12 per ounce […]
goldmoney.com / BY ALASDAIR MACLEOD / November 13, 2015
Gold and silver had a torrid week, driven down to $1075 and $14.20 respectively yesterday afternoon (Thursday) London time before recovering slightly.
The background was renewed dollar strength reflected in commodity weakness, but the market action was all about the bullion banks driving gold and […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 11/12/2015 13:12
After one poor (the 3Y), and one stellar (the 10Y) auction earlier this week, today the Treasury concluded the weekly issuance with the sale of $16 billion in 30 Year paper. The auction priced moments ago at a high yield (95.55% allotted) of 3.07%, pricing […]
charleshughsmith.blogspot.com / CHARLES HUGH SMITH / WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2015
The key to broadly distributing capital and reversing inequality is to nurture the source of social capital: the community economy. We all know what a hyper-financialized economy looks like–we live in one:central banks create credit/money out of thin air and distribute it to the […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 11/10/2015 13:13
Following yesterday’s abysmal 3 Year auction, many rates investors were on edge ahead of today’s 10 Year auction in the aftermath of the weakness across the curve seen since the “stellar” jobs report which had dragged yields higher across the curve. It turned out fears were […]
goldsilverworlds.com / Gold Silver Worlds / November 9, 2015
It is widely assumed that gold and debt have a strong positive correlation. The more debt is created, the lower the value of currencies, the higher the value of gold. That’s the rationale.
In recent years, many (gold minded) investors have suggested that gold […]
jessescrossroadscafe.blogspot.com / 05 NOVEMBER 2015
“Antifragility is beyond resilience or robustness. The resilient resists shocks and stays the same; the antifragile gets better.”
Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Antifragile
As I have noted previously, at times the precious metals trade as currencies, without regard to their significant supply and demand conditions as commodities.
The forex market […]
marctomarket.com / Dr. Win Thin and Ilan Solot / November 5, 2015
The global investment environment continues to be driven largely by divergences in central bank policies. This holds true not just across Developed Markets, but Emerging Markets as well. We thought it would be helpful to summarize our expectations of central bank policies going […]
goldmoney.com / BY ALASDAIR MACLEOD / NOVEMBER 05, 2015
Since the 1980s, markets have had to adapt to a world of infinite credit.
Of course, this credit has not been available to everyone: it has been principally deployed in favour of governments, financial markets, and big business. It amounts to a cartel, planned or […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / 11/05/2015 06:57 -0500
For those eager to cut to the chase and curious if overnight we have had another standard USDJPY ramp levitating US equity futures on low volume, the answer is yes. And since the USDJPY carry was patient enough, it managed to trigger the 2100 ES […]
gainspainscapital.com / by The Phoenix / November 4, 2015
Stocks have rallied over the last 10 days in part by ECB President Mario Draghi’s statement that if push comes to shove, the ECB will push interest rates even further into negative territory (NIRP).
This represents just another round in the War on Cash, […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden on 11/04/2015 13:00
“Absent the central banks, we would be in the later stages of a credit cycle,” warns Principal Global Investors’s David Blake as 2015 has now seen the most corporate debt downgrades since 2009…
silverseek.com / Stewart Thomson / November 3rd, 2015
About a week ago, as gold rallied into the $1170 – $1190 area, the roadmap I laid out for gold was “first a scary drop, and then an upside pop”. For an updated roadmap for the gold price, please click here now. That’s the daily gold chart. […]