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Mapping The World’s Population

Source: BofAML TransformingWorld Atlas

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / May 19, 2017 4:15 AM

At the end of olast year, there were 7,418,151,841 people on our planet, and while many in America still believe the world revolves around them, this map shows the world resized by each nation’s current population…

The five most […]

India Working Toward Establishing a Spot-Gold Exchange

schiffgold.com / BY SCHIFFGOLD / MAY 16, 2017

In an effort to bring order to India’s gold market, the government has partnered with the World Gold Council to create a physical spot-gold exchange. According to Bloomberg, it could be up and running as soon as next year.

The move toward an India spot-gold exchange […]

India is working with World Gold Council to create a spot exchange

gata.org / By Eddie Van Der Walt and Swansy Afonso, Bloomberg News / May 15, 2017

The World Gold Council is working with the Indian government on plans to create a local physical spot-gold exchange that may start up as soon as next year.

“We are working on a gold exchange for India,” P.R. Somasundaram, […]

Scandal At China’s Grand Silk Road Summit As India Skips, Warns Of “Unsustainable Debt”

zerohedge.com / by Tyler Durden / May 14, 2017 3:09 PM

It was supposed to be China’s day of celebrating massive infrastructure spending for the sake of spending (read ghost towns, only now outside China’s borders) as Xi Jinping pledged $124 billion on Sunday for his new Silk Road plan to forge “a path […]

Gold imports by India said to rise more than four-fold in April

gata.org / By Shruti Srivastava and Swansy Afonso via Bloomberg News / May 10, 2017

Gold imports by India gained more than four-fold in April driven by jewelers restocking in anticipation of a recovery in sales during the wedding season that will last until mid-June.

Shipments rose to 98.3 metric tons last month from 22.2 […]

Biological Attack Threatened at India IT Firm if $100 Million Dollar Bitcoin Ransom Not Paid

goldsilverbitcoin.com / MAY 8, 2017

Hackers threatened the Bengaluru-based IT giant Wipro with a biological attack if the company did not pay $77,760,498 USD (500 crore) in bitcoins by May 25. In an email sent on Friday the sender threatened to use Ricin, a natural toxin, in food served in cafeterias, drones or on […]

India’s April gold imports more than double from year ago, GFMS says

gata.org / By Rajendra Jadhav via Reuters / May 8, 2017

MUMBAI, India — India’s gold imports in April more than doubled from a year ago to 75 tonnes on strong demand during a festival that prompts purchases and as jewellers stocked up ahead of a new national sales tax, provisional data from consultancy GFMS […]

Global Demand for Physical Gold Up in First Quarter

schiffgold.com / BY SCHIFFGOLD / MAY 4, 2017

Global demand for physical gold increased by 9% year-on-year in the first quarter of 2017, according to the latest demand report from the World Gold Council.

The sale of gold bars and gold coins hit 289.8 tons worldwide in Q1, driven by Asia’s appetite for gold. […]

Indians Buy More than 23 Tons of Gold on a Single Day

schiffgold.com / BY SCHIFFGOLD / MAY 3, 2017

As predicted, festival-goers rushed to buy gold in celebration of Akshay Tritiya in India this year. According to the Economic Times, gold sales increased more than 30% during the important Hindu holiday celebrated on April 28. All-told, Indians bought more than 23 tons of gold that […]

An End to Credit and Debit Cards Starting in India?

mishtalk.com / Mike “Mish” Shedlock / April 30, 2017

India’s crackdown on cash caused chaos as 86% of the money in circulation vanished overnight. Banks could not cope with the increase in demand. Consumers did not turn to credit cards or debit cards as expected. Instead, consumers turned to mobile apps.

Massive Growth […]

Gold Demand Expected to Increase with Indian Holiday

schiffgold.com / BY SCHIFFGOLD / APRIL 26, 2017

An important Hindu holiday will take place on Friday, and Indians are expected to celebrate by rushing to buy gold. Akshay Tritiya ranks as one of the four most important days for Hindus. The word Akshay roughly translates to “the never diminishing”. The day is […]

Steel and the Trump Twist

marctomarket.com / by Marc Chandler / 24 April 2017

The US investigation into steel imports is not particularly novel. The US steel industry is highly organized for such purposes. The steel sector has the significant global excess capacity, which makes for intense competition.

What is relatively new about the investigation is that it is being […]

India – Is Kashmir Gone?

acting-man.com / Jayant Bhandari / April 21, 2017

Everything Gets Worse (Part XII) – Pakistan vs. India

After 70 years of so-called independence, one has to be a professional victim not to look within oneself for the reasons for starvation, unnatural deaths, utter backwardness, drudgery, disease, and misery in India.

Intellectual capital accumulated in […]

China, India, and Japan Are Very Interested in Sri Lanka – Here’s Why

financialsense.com / GLOBAL RISK INSIGHTS / 04/17/2017

Increased international interest in the Indian Ocean comes at a convenient time for Sri Lanka, as the country continues to recoup after the end of its decades-long civil war which ended in 2009. The island nation is being courted (and courting in turn) by various major powers, each […]

India Outlawing Cash Altogether in 75 Cities

armstrongeconomics.com / by Martin Armstrong / Apr 17, 2017

Yhe Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced on Friday the 14th, that 75 cities will be designated cashless/less-cash townships, with an overwhelming 56 of them being in Gujarat. Modi is determined to bring India into the 21st century. He is being cheered behind the curtain and […]

Emerging Markets: Preivew of the Week Ahead

marctomarket.com / by Dr Win Thin / 2017/04/16

EM FX was mostly firmer last week, helped by Trump comments and softer US data. Whilst this seems positive for EM, the global backdrop remains uncertain. Some in EM (Russia, Turkey, and Korea) remain vulnerable to geopolitical concerns. In addition, idiosyncratic domestic political risks remain in play […]

India’s gold imports fall over 10 months but may be rebounding

gata.org / By the Press Trust of India via The Times of India, Mumbai / April 9, 2017

NEW DELHI — India’s gold imports witnessed a fall of about 24 percent to $23.22 billion in April-February period of the last fiscal year, which is expected to keep a lid on the current account deficit.

Total […]

Emerging Markets: What has Changed

marctomarket.com / Dr. Win Thin / March 25, 2017

Reserve Bank of India will introduce a new monetary policy tool. Moody’s raised the outlook on Russia’s Ba1 rating from stable to positive. Fitch cut Saudi Arabia’s rating a notch to A+. Moody’s cut the outlook on Turkey’s Ba1 rating from stable to negative. China has […]

India: The next Pakistan?

acting-man.com / Jayant Bhandari / March 23, 2017

India’s Rapid Degradation

This is Part XI of a series of articles (the most recent of which is linked here) in which I have provided regular updates on what started as the demonetization of 86% of India’s currency. The story of demonetization and the ensuing developments were […]

Indian gold imports said to almost triple on wedding demand

gata.org / By Shruti Srivastava and Swansy Afonso via Bloomberg News / March 8, 2017

Gold imports by India, which competes with China for the role of world’s biggest consumer, are said to have risen almost three-fold in February from a year earlier as jewelers increased stockpiles before the festival and wedding period that starts […]

India: Still the Fastest Growing Large Economy?

acting-man.com / Jayant Bhandari / March 7, 2017

India’s Currency Ban – Part X

It has now been four months since Narendra Modi declared about 86% of monetary value of currency illegal. Linked here is the last in my series of updates, which was written soon after the deadline to deposit the demonetized currency. Most […]

America’s Share of the World Economy

garynorth.com / Gary North / February 26, 2017

Take a look at this chart of the wealth of nations.

http://www.visualcapitalist.com/74-trillion-global-economy-one-chart

This chart indicates just how dominant the United States of America is economically. Whenever you hear about the decline of the United States in terms of productivity, especially manufacturing, please keep in mind this […]

BILL GATES, ADMITTED EUGENICIST WARNS BIOTERRORISM COULD KILL 30 MILLION

thedailysheeple.com / by Christina Sarich via WAKING TIMES / FEBRUARY 24, 2017

It isn’t clear if Bill Gates was veiling a threat to help depopulate the planet by 30 million people, if he was simply scare-mongering, or warning of a true cataclysmic-level bioterrorism event, but at the recently held Munich Security Conference the man […]

SYRIA: Yahoo Interview with President Assad Further Exposes Western Hypocrisy

21stcenturywire.com / BY VANESSA BEELEY / FEBRUARY 20, 2017

In a recent interview with Yahoo News chief investigative correspondent Michael Isikoff, Syrian President, Bashar Al Assad fielded the usual array of hostile questions with familiar gravitas and dignity despite having endured six years of corporate media disrespect and outright attacks. The following short review […]

Why It’s Time to Consider This “Dead Money” Trade

caseyresearch.com / February 16, 2017

Emerging market stocks have been “dead money” for almost a decade.

Emerging markets are countries that are on their way to becoming “developed” like the United States or Germany. Brazil, Russia, India, and China—the so-called “BRIC” countries—are the biggest emerging markets.

More than 80% of the world’s population lives in […]