Shanghai Gold Exchange Has 46.2 Tonnes of Gold Withdrawn – What Will China Do

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Gerald Celente: Greek Crisis, Gold and Geopolitics

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Fed’s Full Normalization and the Stock Market

The US Federal Reserve has been universally lauded for the apparent success of its extreme monetary policy of recent years.  With key world stock markets near record highs, traders universally love the Fed’s zero-interest-rate and quantitative-easing campaigns.  But this celebration is terribly premature.  The full impact of these wildly-unprecedented policies won’t become apparent until they are fully normalized. … [Read More...]

Market Report: Precious metals subdued

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Gold Regains Euro Loss as Greece Set to Vote Yes Say Bookmakers, Indias Demand to Buy Hits Summer Lull

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Max Keiser Interviews GoldCore’s Mark O’Byrne

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The U.S. Dollar’s 2014-2015 Rally: Wave 3 in Action

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The Biotech Market Is on Fire

Spending on drugs here in the United States increased 13% last year to $374 billion – the single-biggest one-year jump in history. That’s a record-setting 4.3 billion prescriptions filled. That means spending on drugs is rising at a rate that’s five times faster than the growth of the overall economy. … [Read More...]

Gold and Silver Subdued

Gold and silver had a poor week, with no relief from drifting prices after the end of the second quarter. The gold price opened on Monday morning in the Far East at $1187 and fell to a low point at $1158 yesterday. Silver mirrored gold's move falling from $16.05 to $15.50. Both metals rallied yesterday afternoon with gold down slightly but silver up 14 cents. In early European trading this morning there were further small gains. … [Read More...]

The Troika Turns Europe Into A Warzone

So now they do it. Now the IMF comes out with a report that says Greece needs hefty debt restructuring. Mind you, their numbers are still way off the mark, in the end it’s going to be easily double what they claim. Not even a Yanis Varoufakis haircut will do the trick. … [Read More...]

The Complexity of Legal Tender

Measuring wealth with an ever-expanding ruler makes for a carnival illusion of safety, suspended in a vast, uneven web of complexity. The longer society and culture remain detached from the nature of true wealth, the more fragile we become to ‘normal’ risk.  Complexity is not always good or robust. … [Read More...]

Stock Market Where are we? And where are we Going?

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Xi’s Anti-Corruption Campaign Is Key to China’s Prospects

George Magnus is one of the most influential economists in the world today. From his position as chief economist at UBS for a number of years, he enjoyed a front-row seat to growth miracles, credit booms, and financial crises in major economies around the world and is widely credited with identifying the trigger points that eventually led to the global financial crisis in 2008. Today, he works as an associate at Oxford University’s China Center, a senior economic adviser at UBS, and an … [Read More...]

Greece Bank Run – “It Could Never Happen Hereâ€�

By Jared Dillian I was watching the 6 o’clock news and saw images of closed banks in Greece and people lined up at ATMs. I’m sure you did, too. This must seem surreal to most people because it seems so remote. But put yourself in these people’s shoes for a second. You have money in the bank. Suddenly you can’t get to it. After standing in long lines, you can only get 60 euros at a time, which isn’t going to last you very long. … [Read More...]

How the New Iranian Nuclear Deal Will Impact Crude Oil

Dr. Kent Moors writes: This week, reports emerged that a draft deal on Iran’s nuclear program would be reviewed by the Western negotiators. Crude oil prices plummeted – West Texas Intermediate (WTI) closed down 4.2%, at $56.96 a barrel, the lowest since April 22. The concern spurring the decline is that an agreement would lift the Western sanctions and allow Iranian oil to flood into the market, propelling prices down. … [Read More...]