gainspainscapital.com / Graham Summers / June 30, 2016
The market has exploded higher based on verbal intervention.
The verbal intervention came from Germany’s Finance Minister Wolfgang Schauble. Yesterday Schauble announced that, “measures to avoid market chaos have been successful.”
Traders took this to mean that Central Banks were coordinated a massive intervention. So everyone […]
goldcore.com / By Mark O’Byrne / June 29, 2016
Marc Faber says gold’s investment case has been strengthened by the U.K.’s vote to quit the European Union as the fallout may spur the world’s central banks to step up easing, hurting currencies and favoring bullion, according to Marc Faber, publisher of the Gloom, Boom […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 29, 2016
Now that a second UK referendum appears to be out of the question and as a result there is no need to further punish UK risk assets in hopes of “changing people’s minds”, the risk on rally (especially with quarter end looming) can return, […]
armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Jun 26, 2016
Our sources are saying that the central banks have come to an accord to cooperate in an effort to support financial stability in the wake of Britain’s vote to leave the European Union. This is akin to the Plaza accord of 1985. Central bankers urgently […]
zerohedge.com / By Epsilon Theory’s Ben Hunt of Salient Partners / Jun 25, 2016
Waiting for Humpty Dumpty June 24, 2016
Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. All the king’s horses and all the king’s men Couldn’t put Humpty together again.
Brexit is a Bear Stearns moment, not […]
kingworldnews.com / June 25, 2016
On the heels of an absolutely wild trading week in the aftermath of the Brexit vote, today a legend in the business sent King World News a powerful piece about central banks heading toward trouble as gold may surge to $1,600.
The Brexit Fiasco And Gold’s Massive Surge By John […]
kingworldnews.com / June 24, 2016
Legend Art Cashin just warned King World News that central banks are desperately trying to avoid a global meltdown as the Brexit earthquakes shakes the world.
Brexit Earthquake Rattles The World Art Cashin: “It (Brexit) has become a kind of economic earthquake that has rattled around the globe […]
market-ticker.org / by Karl Denninger / 2016-06-24
I’m loving this morning’s parade of idiots on the bubble-box.
Folks, this comes down to mathematics and denial of same, which is now blowing up to a small degree in people’s faces.
It’s simply this, to boil it down to one sentence:
Any compound growth rate in anything […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 24, 2016 6:14 AM
Sterling drops, banking stocks tumble and peripheral EGB and credit spreads widen after the U.K.’s vote to leave the EU; verbal and direct intervention by central banks help currencies off earlier lows. U.K. PM David Cameron has resigned, announcing there needs to be a […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 24, 2016 4:15 AM
With knife-catching “value” investors proclaiming yesterday that any dip today would be an opportunity, it appears once again that faced with the reality of Brexit blowback, no one (not even the central banks) are buying the f##king dip). As Bloomberg’s Mark Cudmore exclaims “Don’t […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 21, 2016
With less than two days until the outcome of the Brexit referendum, traders around the world know two things: in a scene reminiscent of Lehman Sunday, everyone will be ready to trade the nanosecond the first results are released resulting in a supernova of volatility […]
mises.org / Tho Bishop / June 22, 2016
Today Janet Yellen came before the Senate Banking Committee to answer questions following last week’s announcement that the Fed will keep the Federal funds rate steady in light of May’s devastating job numbers. While the big media headline focused on Yellen echoing the Bank of England’s warnings […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden – Jun 21, 2016 3:55 PM
We have said for many years that accommodative monetary policy completely removes the burden from politicians that would require them to actually make difficult decisions around fiscal reforms, and now Standard & Poor’s is saying the same thing.
Speaking in London on Tuesday, […]
news.goldseek.com / By: David Haggith / 21 June 2016
The economics world is all a-chatter about how central banks and their member banks have moved interest rates beyond the zero bound to charging negative interest rates. There is just as much brainless talk about why this is accomplishing nothing. No one seems to notice that […]
wallstreetexaminer.com / by Shah Gilani via Money Morning / June 21, 2016
If the United Kingdom grabs all its capital and goes home from Brussels, the result could be market mayhem…
The markets’ worry over the possibility of a Brexit – that the United Kingdom may actually pull the trigger and leave the world’s biggest […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 20, 2016 9:21 AM
In a DB note over the weekend titled the “Illusory Benefits of Cheap Money” the author Oleg Melentyeb turns his attention to relative performance in broad equity benchmarks. Surely, Oleg writes, “easy monetary policy now coupled with direct involvement by central banks in pushing […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Jun 16, 2016
The last time US equities fell after the Fed came out as overly dovish was in January, when the Fed modestly relented on its “tightening” plan. It was immediately dubbed as “policy error” and led to the February market swoon as a result of Yuan-induced […]
goldcore.com / By Mark O’Byrne / June 17, 2016
Gold prices surged to their highest level in nearly two years yesterday on BREXIT concerns and deepening concerns that the Federal Reserve central banks are slowly losing control of the financial and monetary system.
Gold subsequently fell quite sharply below the key $1,300 level but […]
goldswitzerland.com / By Egon von Greyerz / June 13th, 2016
Most people believe that the era we live in is totally normal. This is the case whether you live in a war-zone or in “Shangri-La”. It is the same with the economy. Everybody in the West today believes that stocks always go up and that […]
blog.milesfranklin.com / by Andrew Hoffman / June 17th, 2016
t’s 3:00 AM MST Friday morning, and I had ZERO intention of writing an article today – having just published my must listen “Central banks are dead, and here’s the real end game” audioblog less than 24 hours ago. However, given that I received more emails […]
gata.org / By Jeff Black and Matthew Campbell / Thursday, June 16, 2016
Global central banks sounded the alarm over the risks posed by a British departure from the European Union, as polls continued to show the “Leave” campaign ahead with a week to go before the June 23 referendum.
In a 15-hour relay […]
bullionstar.com / by Ronan Manly / 13 Jun 2016
Within the world of central bank and government gold reserves, there is often an assumption that these gold holdings consist entirely of gold bullion bars. While this is true in some cases, it is not the fully story because many central banks and governments, such […]
zerohedge.com / By Francesco Filia of Fasanara Capital / Jun 16, 2016 1:08 PM
The Last Castle to Fall: the S&P
What narratives behind S&P resilience. Can they be sustained.
In the last few years, several markets/asset classes have shown signs of weakness, if not outright implosion: EU banks, EU stocks, Base Metals, Energy […]
zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden – Jun 16, 2016 11:35 AM
If there was any doubt that Brexit was “relevant” then the surges in European peripheral bond risk, despite massive bond-buying by The ECB, should send shivers up and down the status quo huggers that are shrugging the referendum decision off because “central banks will […]
davidstockmanscontracorner.com / By Wes Goodman at Bloomberg / June 16, 2016
Japanese, German and Swiss bond yields fell to records, as government debt around the world extended its best gains in two decades, with the prospect of Britain leaving the European Union boosting demand for havens.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen fueled the rally […]