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Sep
2016

Why Krugman, Roubini, Rogoff And Buffett Hate Gold

Why Krugman, Roubini, Rogoff And Buffett Dislike Gold By Jan Skoyles  Edited by Mark O’Byrne  A couple of weeks ago an article appeared on Bitcoin Magazine entitled ‘Some economists really hate bitcoin’. I read it with a sigh of nostalgia. As someone who has been writing about gold for a few years, I am used to reading […]

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29
Sep
2016

ECB Refused “To Answer Questions” – Deutsche Bank “Systemic Threat” Is “Not ECB Fault”

The potential collapse of Deutsche Bank and the systemic risk it poses to banks and the European financial and monetary system moved into the German political sphere yesterday. The German government denied it was preparing a rescue of the embattled bank and the Bundestag attempted to ask questions of ECB President Mario Draghi about the causes of the […]

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28
Sep
2016

Euro “Might Start To Unravel” If Collapse Of Deutsche Bank

The euro “might start to unravel” if Deutsche Bank collapses according to respected financial journalist Matthew Lynn. “It all has a very 2008 feel to it …” he warns in the Telegraph where he outlines his growing concerns about Deutsche Bank, concerns we have written about in recent months. He writes: Our image of German banks, and […]

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27
Sep
2016

Do You Really Own Your Gold?

Do You Really Own Your Gold? by Ted Bauman, Editor, The Bauman Letter What does it mean to “own” something? It’s a question you should be asking … especially if that something is gold. The Oxford English Dictionary defines ownership as “the act, state, or right of possessing something.” That sounds about right. But what does it […]

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26
Sep
2016

“Gold Will Likely Soar To A Record Within Five Years”

“Gold will likely soar to a record within five years as asset bubbles burst in everything from bonds to credit and equities, forcing investors to find a haven”, reported Bloomberg last week, quoting Old Mutual Global Investors’ Diego Parrilla. The metal is at the start of a multi-year bull run with a “few thousand dollars […]

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23
Sep
2016

Savings Guarantee? U.N. Warns Next Financial Crisis Imminent

Savings Guarantee? U.N. Warns Next Financial Crisis Seems Imminent “There remains a risk of deflationary spirals in which capital flight, currency devaluations and collapsing asset prices would stymie growth and shrink government revenues. As capital begins to flow out, there is now a real danger of entering a third phase of the financial crisis …” […]

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22
Sep
2016

Gold Up 1.5%, Silver Surges 3% – Yellen Stays Ultra Loose At 0.25%

Gold was up 1.5% and silver surged 3.1% yesterday after Janet Yellen again failed to raise rates from record lows at 0.25%. The Fed maintained ultra loose monetary policies which are again creating stock and bond market bubbles in the U.S. and other countries. Fed’s Yellen To Engage In QE Again? Global stocks and commodities […]

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21
Sep
2016

Trump and Clinton Are “Positive For Gold” – $1,900/oz by End of Year

Trump or Clinton are “positive for gold” and prices could rise to between $1,700 and $1,900 per ounce by year end according to Canadian gold mining magnate Rob McEwen. Gold “is a currency that doesn’t have a liability attached to it,” McEwen said Tuesday in an interview with Bloomberg at a gold conference in Colorado Springs. […]

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20
Sep
2016

Gold Bugs Rejoice – Central Banks Think You’re On To Something

Gold Bugs Rejoice – Central Banks Think You’re On To Something by John Stepek, Editor of Money Week Central banks have got the economy and markets covered. They know what they’re doing. Their theories are backed up by decades of academic research and expert advice. Queen Elizabeth inspecting gold bars in Bank of England. Source: […]

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19
Sep
2016

‘Hard’ Brexit Looms For Ireland

The risks that a ‘hard’ Brexit will have for Ireland has been outlined by economist Dan O’Brien. Having once worked for the European Commission as the EU mission’s economic and political affairs officer for Malta and having worked on a free trade deal, his opinions are worth noting. O’Brien outlines the risks on the horizon in the […]

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