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Deutsche Bank is finished, Lehman Brothers 2.0

Deutsche Bank

Deutsche Bank bosses face a formidable task to drag its shares off a 30-year low, with reassurances about its capital levels doing little to improve investor confidence and few other options on the table to trigger a recovery. Germany’s flagship lender has trailed its rivals in bouncing back from the …

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BRICS establish $100bn bank and currency reserves

BRICS nations

The group of emerging economies signed the long-anticipated document to create the $100 bn BRICS Development Bank and a reserve currency pool worth over another $100 bn. Both will counter the influence of Western-based lending institutions and the dollar. The new bank will provide money for infrastructure and development projects …

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Australia will be a casualty of the currency wars

Australian money currency

The world’s most powerful nations are sitting on zero interest rates and printing money to get their currencies down, and there’s very little Australia can do about it, writes Alan Kohler. The currency war will be on in earnest in 2013 as the United States, Europe, Japan and China all …

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Body of WSJ energy markets reporter found in river

David Bird WSJ reporter

A body found in a New Jersey river has been positively identified as David Bird, a Wall Street Journal reporter who disappeared more than a year ago, officials said on Thursday. Dental records were used to identify Bird, 55, an energy markets reporter at the Journal, published by News Corp …

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The Federal Reserve cartel: The Eight Families

(Part one of a four-part series) The Four Horsemen of Banking (Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup and Wells Fargo) own the Four Horsemen of Oil (Exxon Mobil, Royal Dutch/Shell, BP and Chevron Texaco); in tandem with Deutsche Bank, BNP, Barclays and other European old money behemoths. But their monopoly …

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Open letter to the World Gold Council – Billionaire Eric Sprott

eric sprott

Dear World Gold Council Executives; As you very well know, the business environment for gold producers has been extremely challenging over the past few years. While demand for physical gold remains extremely strong, prices on the COMEX have fallen precipitously. This contradictory situation is the single most important obstacle to …

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Trump’s impulsive rhetoric and its impact on the currency markets

Trump impact currency markets

Trump’s campaign trail was filled with nauseating rhetoric on the nations, policies and business approaches he did not look. He employed a hair raising combative approach to reign hell on those he despised, those he felt were less humans and policies he claimed meant everything wrong for the ordinary Americans. …

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Asia facing shortage of silver

In my last piece entitled “Exciting Times: A whole new price discovery paradigm is literally around the corner”, I had mentioned that we need to stop looking at the COMEX for a physical default, as they have all the paper tools and games to cover up any physical shortages – at …

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Russia returns to precious metals market, buys tons of gold

Russia precious metals market buys tons of gold

In January, Russia continued to increase its gold reserves with a large purchase of more than one million troy ounces, Vesti.ru reports. In January, Russia increased its gold reserves by 37 metric tons, equivalent to more than a million troy ounces, Vesti.ru reported on Tuesday. As a whole, Russia’s foreign reserves grew by four percent …

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Market manipulation: $4 billion of gold futures ahead of Comey testimony

Just minutes ahead of James Comey’s testimony that many hoped would lead to Trump impeachment, it appears someone decided it was an opportune time to dump $4 billion notional gold futures, seemingly confident this will not be a “constitutional crisis.” Over 30,000 contracts suddenly flushed ahead of Comey… This move …

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Negative interest rates and QE4 is coming

Janet Yellen Federal Reserve

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group Despite the Federal Reserve running a zero interest rate policy (ZIRP) for 80 months straight and Quantitative Easing programs that have ballooned its balance sheet over $3.5 trillion, US GDP has struggled to reach 2%. It’s plain for all to see: They are running out of options to …

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AIG Chief sees retirement age as high as 80 after crisis

American International Group Inc. (AIG) Chief Executive Officer Robert Benmosche said Europe’s debt crisis shows governments worldwide must accept that people will have to work more years as life expectancies increase. “Retirement ages will have to move to 70, 80 years old,” Benmosche, who turned 68 last week, said during a weekend interview at his …

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The Great Revealing: US Marshals expose biggest scandal in history

The Department of Justice — home of the US Marshals — has now blown the lid off of the biggest financial scandal in human history… after a highly covert three-year investigation. The LIBOR scandal has started the Great Revealing of Financial Tyranny. Mass arrests must begin with mass charges, and …

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5 Ways to Limit Financial Issues

Financial problems do not necessarily have to signal the end of your business. A few adjustments and changes might be all it takes to get the company back on track. If you’re unsure where to start, read about the five ways you can limit financial issues. Reduce Your Business Expenses …

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How to Survive Another Recession

Survive recession ahead

No one wants to think about another recession happening. But economic downturns are inevitable. Just recently, Britain and Europe went through the Brexit crisis. Britain’s decision to leave the European Union by a referendum sent financial markets into panic mode. The pound plunged, and has yet to fully recover. As …

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