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Paper gold & silver ponzi exposed – technical analysis

Anyone watching the gold and silver market understands that something is not right. An objective look at the fundamentals suggests that there seems to be no substance behind the recent downwards move. There has been a constant debate over the years on what drives the price of gold and silver. …

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4 Types Of Indicators FX Traders Must Know

Successful forex traders know how to use the right indicators in order to make profits. There are many different types of indicators available for the modern forex trader. Some of these offer very high margins when used effectively. If you are looking to venture into the forex market, then you …

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Brave UK cops in SWAT gear machine gun a cow

Wearing body armour and helmets and brandishing sub-machine guns, these police officers are leaving nothing to chance as they hunt down their quarry. Is it a cornered knife maniac they are about to confront  – or a bank robber toting a sawn-off shotgun? Er, no. They’re up against an escaped …

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Why Australia can’t avoid a recession

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By Filip Karinja On the 28th July 2016, Professor of Economics at Kingston University, Steve Keen, gave a presentation on the outlook of the Australian economy at The Royal Society of Victoria located in Melbourne. The British-based economist and author of the popular Debunking Economics book considers himself to be …

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JP Morgan silver probe dead in the water, CFTC sides with the bankers

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Two weeks after Bart Chilton, a member of the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission, said that “I am hopeful and expect the silver investigation to conclude in the not-too-distant future, hopefully in September or October…It has already taken far too long,” the probe by the CFTC into silver price manipulation is coming …

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European Central Bank “models” €1 trillion in money printing

European Central Bank ECB

Update: in direct flashback from the summer of 2011 when the ECB leaked news only to retract it within minutes, this just happened: CONSTANCIO: DOESN’T KNOW ABOUT 1 TLN-EURO QE MODEL REPORT For those who have forgotten, here is the ECB playbook: leak “false” rumor, gauge market reaction, then promptly deny …

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How to Help Kickstart Your Overseas Business Venture

Setting up your own business is an exciting time. You have confidence in your idea; you are your own boss; you are in control. You’ve made all your preparations and are ready to get the ball rolling by finding a suitable premises… But wait! Have you ever thought about locating …

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Swiss to investigate manipulation of currency markets

Currency market

Swiss regulators are investigating a number of financial firms over the potential manipulation of currency markets, where £3tn changes hands every day. The regulator said that multiple banks around the world could be drawn into the investigation, which will raise fresh questions about the integrity of the markets. The Swiss Financial Market Supervisory …

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Portugal’s largest bank misses bond payment; bond prices collapse

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Brussels, we have a problem. As we warned 6 weeks ago, Espirito Santo International SA – is in a “serious financial condition” according to a central bank driven external audit by KPMG identified “irregularities in its accounts.” Sure enough, the ‘ponzi-like’ maneuvers have left the bank unable to pay its bonds as Bloomberg reports bonds …

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Playing Politics with the Economy in the US

Dow Jones Industrial Average The Dow Jones Industrial Average is currently trending bearish after yet another series of dramatic developments in the White House. By Friday, 18 August 2017, the knives were out for White House chief strategist Steve Bannon. The former film producer and media tycoon from Norfolk Virginia …

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The inevitable decline of retail

Online shopping is rippling through the economy, affecting not just retail but energy consumption and the job market. Correspondent Marc A. responded to my recent entry Is Anybody Else Tired of Buying and Owning Stuff? (September 7, 2012) with an informed commentary on how online shopping is affecting the retail sector. …

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Cryptocurrency exchanges shut down due to heavy trading on Bitcoin

Cryptocurrency exchanges shut down trading Bitcoin

The Bitcoin market hit record highs over the weekend before dropping further than it has in years. Several exchanges for the cryptocurrency suffered outages during the fluctuation, leaving customers unable to buy or sell for hours. Coinbase, one of the most popular ways to buy and sell popular cryptocurrencies such …

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China to launch yuan gold fix by end of 2015

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China plans to launch a yuan-denominated gold fix by the end of 2015 via the Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE), in a move aimed at giving the world’s biggest bullion producer and consumer more influence over pricing. The first public confirmation made by an exchange official comes after Reuters cited sources …

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Japan and China to start direct currency trading on Friday

Japan and China will start direct currency trading this week, Tokyo said Tuesday, the first time Beijing has let a major unit other than the dollar swap with the yuan. The move, which will scrap the greenback as an intermediary unit, comes as China introduces measures as part of a …

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Cash-strapped Saudi Arabia looking to issue $15 billion in bonds

Saudi Arabia bond sale

Last week the bond market was stunned by the unprecedented demand for sovereign paper issued by the middle-eastern nation of Qatar, which announced it would issue $9 billion in Eurobonds (in three maturities), more than double what had been originally expected by the market, and well below the total demand …

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