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Venezuela prepares to sell the last of its gold

Venezuela Maduro gold

Last Thursday when we recounted the story of how Venezuela is now literally flying in paper money (using three dozen cargo Boeing 747s), we wrote that “Venezuela’s hyperinflation, already tentatively estimated at 720%, will likely add on a few (hundred) zeroes by this time next year. It is also quite likely that …

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Anonymous launches Operation Black October, targets banking system

Anonymous Operation Black October Bank

US branches of Germany’s Deutsche Bank and Spain’s Banco Santander have failed US Fed stress tests, while America’s largest bank, Bank of America, is put on ‘warning’. How far can the ordinary people shoulder responsibility of a failed private bank? Anonymous asks you to join the peaceful revolution from October 1 …

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Audit of NY Fed reveals some shocking results

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Senator Ron Paul has introduced the Federal Reserve Transparency Act of 2012 (HR459) to the upset of Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank. In August, the House of Representatives passed 327 – 98 on a vote which exceeded the necessary 2/3rd majority. Paul, who is pushing for “transparency” …

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Paper silver contracts are being dumped on the market

Paper silver contracts

Recently I spoke with author and economic analyst John Sneisen about the astonishing breaking story that half of the daily global silver production was dumped in a matter of minutes. A massive sell-off of paper contracts! The culprits appear to be unknown but it has resulted in a 4% fall …

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Wall Street banks are still ‘too big to fail’

Bank of America

The biggest banks still don’t have adequate bankruptcy plans to avoid precipitating another economic crisis, said U.S. regulators. Eleven of the nation’s largest banks still do not have viable bankruptcy plans that would avoid causing widespread economic damage, U.S. regulators said Tuesday in a sweeping admonition of Wall Street’s giants. The Federal …

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Big name retail stores continue to close down

Retail stores closing

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group The hottest trend in retail right now is store closures – lots of them! This trend was brewing last year and seems to show no signs of stopping in 2016. Some of America’s biggest retailers are shrinking their footprint as consumers are choosing to use what’s left …

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Jim Rogers issues a warning to all investors

Jim Rogers central banks

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group Legendary investor Jim Rogers has issued a stern warning to people around the world that the central banks have no idea what they are doing. This week on CNNMoney, Rogers claimed, “We’re all going to pay a horrible price for the incompetence of these central bankers… we’ve …

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China’s petroyuan set to knockout the petrodollar

Yuan Petroyuan dollar USD

From Filip Karinja, for Birch Gold Group This week the petrodollar was struck with a mighty blow. Russia’s third largest oil producer, Gazprom, announced that it will settle all crude sales to China in yuan, and thus officially ditch the dollar. With relations between China and Russia growing stronger by the day, …

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UBS given immunity in precious metals manipulation probe

UBS precious metals manipulation

UBS Group AG won immunity from criminal fraud charges in a Justice Department investigation into misconduct in the trading of precious metals. The Swiss bank’s main UBS AG unit won’t be charged by the department’s criminal division for information the firm disclosed to prosecutors about precious-metals transactions, according to the …

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Germany repatriated 120 tonnes of gold in 2014

Germany Bundesbank gold

The Bundesbank successfully continued and further stepped up its transfers of gold last year. In 2014, 120 tonnes of gold were transferred to Frankfurt am Main from storage locations abroad: 35 tonnes from Paris and 85 tonnes from New York. “Implementation of our new gold storage plan is proceeding smoothly. …

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US and UK conducting war games for banking collapse

Money currency

Regulators from the United States and the United Kingdom will get together in a war room next week to see if they can cope with any possible fall-out when the next big bank topples over, the two countries said on Friday. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew and the UK’s Chancellor of …

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Chinese renminbi is now directly tradable with the euro

USD dollar Renminbi China

The Chinese central bank, People’s Bank of China, issued a press release announcing the authorization of direct trading between the renminbi and the euro on the inter-bank foreign exchange market. This is huge. The euro is the second most traded currency in the world, after the US dollar. The European Union is …

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Third banker commits suicide this week

Mike Dueker

Mike Dueker chief economist at Russell Investments A third banker has committed suicide within the space of a week, once again prompting speculation that some kind of financial collapse could be just around the corner. “Mike Dueker, the chief economist at Russell Investments, was found dead at the side of …

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Italian banks are on the brink of collapse

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There’s an old saying: “What’s sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.” The meaning is obvious — if you insist on something for others, you have to be prepared to hold yourself to the same standard. A version of that is playing out in Europe today. And right …

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London’s silver price fix to end after nearly 120 years

London city pic

Following a crackdown on precious metal manipulation by various European regulators (mostly Germany’s BaFin, recall “Precious Metals Manipulation Worse Than Libor Scandal, German Regulator Says“), which led to the shocking outcome that Deutsche Bank would pull out of the London gold and silver fixing committees, the London Silver Market Fixing …

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The next banking crisis is coming

By Filip Karinja Following the global financial crisis back in 2008 you’d think the banks had solved their issues and it is business as usual. However this is not the case, something big appears to be lurking in the shadows of the banking system that could make 2008 look like …

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Has the Sydney property market finally settled down?

Now you’ve come to the same titular question because you’re looking to buy or invest in a property soon, right? Australia is easily one of the top destinations for many expats, especially British who are lured by life Down Under. However, it’s vital not to get wrong-footed by the practicalities …

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48 suspicious banking deaths

Mysterious banking deaths

Our advice is if JP Morgan offers you a job: politley decline. The list of top level bankers dying under suspicious circumstances has been growing rapidly in recent months. Whether these are genuine deaths or something more sinister one thing is for certain, banking is becoming one of the most dangerous industries to be involved in …

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China’s plan to dominate the global gold market

China dominate global gold market

Status as one of the world’s biggest bullion importers, participation in the gold fix at the London exchange and a plan to establish a jewelry gold investment center in Shanghai has turned China into one of the leading players in the global gold market in 2016. Gold entered the New …

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IMF warns Federal Reserve not to raise rates

IMF Federal Reserve not raise rates

The International Monetary Fund has recommended that the US Federal Reserve abstain from any interest rate hikes in the near-term, a recommendation which was subsequently rebuffed by the Fed due to fundamental disagreements over how to approach economic policy. Kristian Rouz — The International Monetary Fund, a Washington-based global lender, has recommended …

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