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Biggest Bubble Ever? 2017 Recapped In 15 Bullet Points

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zerohedge.com / Tyler Durden / Nov 22, 2017 4:15 AM

Yesterday we presented readers with one of the most pessimistic, if not outright apocalyptic, 2018 year previews, courtesy of BofA’s chief investment, Michael Hartnett who warned that in addition to the bursting of the bond bubble in the […]

21/11/17: ECB loads up on pre-Christmas sales of junk

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trueeconomics.blogspot.com / by Constantin Gurdgiev / Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Holger Zschaepitz @Schuldensuehner posted earlier today the latest data on ECB’s balance sheet. Despite focusing its attention on unwinding the QE in the medium term future, Frankfurt continues to ramp up its purchases of euro area debt. Amidst […]

Another Week that is Not about the Data

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marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / November 19, 2017

The contours of the investment climate are unlikely to change based on next week’s economic data from the US, Japan, or Europe. The state of the major economies continues to be well understood by investors. Growth in the US, […]

Germany’s Golden Decade

sunshineprofits.com / ARKADIUSZ SIEROŃ / NOVEMBER 16, 2017

Last month, the World Gold Council published a new edition of its market update about Germany’s gold investment market. What can we learn from the report?

Before 2008, the German gold investment market was very small. But it has boomed in the past 10 years. Now, it […]

BIS official urges accountability while his press office rejects it

gata.org / CHRIS POWELL / November 15, 2017

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Even as the Bank for International Settlements was refusing on Tuesday to answer GATA’s questions about the bank’s activity in the gold market —

http://www.gata.org/node/17793

— the bank’s economic adviser and head of research, Hyun Song Shin, was addressing a conference […]

A Major Central Bank Just Announced That Your Money Is Not Safe In a Bank

gainspainscapital.com / Graham Summers / November 15, 2017

Something extraordinary happened yesterday.

And no one is talking about it.

The ECB proposed removing “deposit insurance” for bank deposits. Put another way, the ECB wants to make it so that if an EU bank fails, the individuals who keep their savings in the bank lose […]

Claudio Grass Interviews Mark Thornton

acting-man / Pater Tenebrarum / November 14, 2017

Introduction

Mark Thornton of the Mises Institute and our good friend Claudio Grass recently discussed a number of key issues, sharing their perspectives on important economic and geopolitical developments that are currently on the minds of many US and European citizens.

A video of the interview can […]

Protect Your Savings With Gold: ECB Propose End To Deposit Protection

goldcore.com / By janskoyles / November 14, 2017

– Protect Your Savings With Gold: ECB Propose End To Deposit Protection – New ECB paper proposes ‘covered deposits’ should be replaced to allow for more flexibility – Fear covered deposits may lead to a run on the banks – Savers should be reminded that a […]

Euro Rides High After German GDP

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / November 14, 2017

The euro was already trading firmly before German GDP surprised to the upside, and the report helped lift the single currency through $1.17 for the first time ECB meeting in late October. The 0.8% quarterly expansion lifted the workday adjusted the year-over-year rate to 2.8% […]

Central Banks Finally Hit Their Targets… Just In Time For Another Crisis

gainspainscapital.com / Graham Summers / November 13, 2017

They finally did it.

Since 2008, Central Banks have been desperately trying to generate inflation.

They know they cannot produce growth (hence why both the Fed and the ECB abandoned this as a goal in their statements back in 2013)… so they have chosen to “target” […]

China Accounts For A Third Of Global Corporate Debt And GDP… And The ECB Is Getting Very Worried

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 10, 2017 3:35 PM

There is a certain, and very tangible, irony in the central banks’ response to the Global Financial Crisis, which was first and foremost the result of unprecedented amounts of debt: it was to unleash an even greater amount of debt, or as BofA’s […]

Is There Any Way Out of the ECB’s Trap?

mises.org / Daniel Lacalle / 11/09/2017

The ECB faces the Devil’s Alternative that Frederick Forsyth mentioned in one of his books. All options are potentially riskly. Mario Draghi knows that maintaining the so-called stimuli involves more risks than benefits, but also knows that eliminating them could make the eurozone deck of cards collapse.

Despite […]

Are “Happy Days” In Credit Over? According To BofA, Just One Thing Matters

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 9, 2017 10:42 AM

Just one month ago, we showed a chart according to which the corporate bond spreads as tracked by the BofA/ML Corporate Master Index had tumbled to a level not seen since July 2007…

… while European high yield bonds have sunk below 2%, […]

Global Stock Meltup Sends Nikkei To 25 Year High

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / Nov 7, 2017 7:02 AM

The global risk levitation continues, sending Asian stocks just shy of records, to the highest since November 2007 and Japan’s Nikkei topped 22,750 – a level last seen in 1992 – while European shares and US equity futures were mixed, and the dollar […]

Financial Storm Clouds Gather Over Italy

wolfstreet.com / by Don Quijones / Nov 5, 2017

Wishful thinking may not be enough.

The financial markets have been exceedingly calm in Italy of late. At the end of October the government was able to sell €2.5 billion of 10-year debt at auction at a yield of 1.86%, the lowest since last December […]

Choosing the Fed Chairman

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Nov 3, 2017

Many expect Mr. Jerome H. Powell to be President Trump pick for Fed Chairman. Trump is resisting pressure by conservatives to make a larger change at the Fed. Many conservatives, including Vice President Mike Pence, preferred John B. Taylor, who is […]

Dollar Pulls Back in Asia

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / November 2, 2017

We suggested the market was at crossroads. It is still not clear if the dollar’s breakout, supported by higher yields is real or simply the fraying of ranges.

Asia has pushed the dollar broadly lower. While the greenback finished the North American session above JPY114.00 […]

The Meaninng of the Decline in the EMU’s Core CPI

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / October 31, 2017

The eurozone reported a flash reading of its October CPI today, the last day of the month. After softer Spanish and German national reports, it was not surprising that the headline eased to 1.4% from 1.5%. ECB President Draghi has warned of some near-term softness […]

Will Dovish Draghi Plunge Gold?

sunshineprofits.com / ARKADIUSZ SIEROŃ / OCTOBER 31, 2017

Draghi sounded dovish at the recent ECB press conference. Will he sink the price of gold?

We have already covered the last ECB monetary policy meeting on Friday. However, the event was so important that it needs a more detailed analysis. The question is why the euro […]

Fed/ECB Strangle Stock Bull

zealllc.com / Adam Hamilton / October 27, 2017

This epic central-bank-easing-driven global stock bull is starting to be strangled by the very central banks that fueled it. This week the European Central Bank made a landmark decision to drastically slash its quantitative easing next year. That follows the Fed’s new quantitative-tightening campaign just getting […]

OCT 26/GOLD AND SILVER DOWN ON COMEX OPTIONS EXPIRY/ECB EXTENDS QE BY PURCHASING 30 BILLION EUROS WORTH OF BONDS PER MONTH UNTIL SEPT 2018 AND THIS DOVISH RESPONSE IS BAD FOR GOLD?/SEE-SAW EVENTS IN CATALONIA TODAY WITH THEIR PARLIAMENT TO DECIDE FOR INDEPENDENCE/IN THE USA THE DEPT OF JUSTICE HAS CLEARED THE WAY FOR “CONFIDENTIAL ONE” TO TESTIFY IN THE HILLARY CLINTON/CLINTON FOUNDATION/URANIUM BRIBERY SCANDAL/VENEZUELA SET TO DEFAULT IN 48 HRS/

harveyorganblog.com / by harveyorgan / October 26, 2017

GOLD: $1269.00 down $8.80

Silver: $16.80 DOWN 15 cents

Closing access prices:

Gold $1267.90

silver: $16.80

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: $1291.03 DOLLARS PER OZ

NY […]

The Bond Market Calls Draghi’s Bluff. What’s Next?

news.goldseek.com / By Graham Summers / 26 October 2017

ECB President Mario Draghi is now walking back QE.

This is not a surprise to our readers. I’ve been forecasting this exact development, (as well as the Euro’s spike to 120) since August 2016 (by the way, the Euro was at 109 back then and […]

The Bond Market Calls Draghi’s Bluff. What’s Next?

gainspainscapital.com / Graham Summers / October 26, 2017

The following is an excerpt from our weekly investment service, Private Wealth Advisory.

ECB President Mario Draghi is now walking back QE.

This is not a surprise to subscribers of our investment newsletter Private Wealth Advisory. I’ve been forecasting this exact development, (as well as the Euro’s […]

Dovish Taper with No Tantrum: Patience and Persistence

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / October 27, 2017

The ECB delivered what the market expected in terms of the size and duration of the asset purchases. The ECB initial statement also included a dovish reminder of the extent of the unorthodox monetary policy. The full allocation of the fixed rate reports will continue […]

U.S. Economic Data, ECB, and Gold

sunshineprofits.com / ARKADIUSZ SIEROŃ / OCTOBER 26, 2017

This week, positive data on the U.S. economy was released, but the markets have seemed to focus on today’s ECB meeting. What does it mean for the gold market?

Durable goods orders rose 2.2 percent in September, much more than expected (the Bloomberg consensus was 1 […]