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Why are China and Russia buying gold hand over fist? Mike explains in this free video.
Nomi Prins gives her take on the latest news out of Deutsche Bank and how Too Big to Fail has become institutional.
If you’ve ever finished a game of monopoly with a frustrated player overturning the board and scattering the pieces, then it’s possible that Lizzie Magie accomplished her original goal.
Shares in Italy’s Monte dei Paschi di Siena bank have been temporarily suspended from trading after a 23 percent price drop. This followed the stock's initial rally on Tuesday after the bank announced its latest plan to secure survival.
There are constant bank runs. The bond markets panic, and governments along its southern perimeter need bail-outs every few years. Unemployment has sky-rocketed and growth remains sluggish, no matter how many hundreds of billions of printed money the European Central Bank throws at the economy.
Long-term sterling bonds suggest investors are quickly losing confidence in the Bank of England’s ability to support debt markets through the U.K.’s departure from the European Union.
Central banks’ large-scale quantitative easing takes them into uncharted territory, where the boundary between monetary and fiscal policy is blurred, and where negative interest rates create political pressures and protests from savers. Central bankers will have to address these concerns, or risk a political backlash.
It is finally going to be a make or break earnings season for stocks. This is because the justification for record high stock prices that have been perched atop extremely stretched valuation metrics has been the following false assumptions:
Wells Fargo fallout could tally $4 billion in revenue, up to 30% customer drop, study says
Mike looks at the ramp up in gold buying in the East, particularly China and Russia. And he digs into the Commitment of Traders report to see if the big commercial traders covered their shorts during the recent dip and what it means for gold prices in the near term.
This five minute excerpts covers some of the main points, including the cause of the 2008 crisis, and why mainstream economists missed it; why the economy is moribund today;
Actuary Gail Tverberg returns to provide an update on where we are in the global energy story. Her outlook is not rosy
Steve explains how dire the situation has become, "Where do we go from here? We have two choice,s
In the market for a new car? I’ve got a deal for you. How about a 2017 BMW sedan for 20% less than it cost last year?Some people in Britain are waking up to just such a deal, in the wake of the collapse of the British Pound following the summer’s “Brexit” vote.But wait… hasn’t the British Pound cratered and actually made things more expensive? Yes—if your savings were entirely in pounds.Those Britons who took smart steps to preserve their purchasing power, however, haven’t suffered. In fact, many of them are finding some sweet deals.
Outspoken former Reagan budget director & author David Stockman discusses a perfect storm of events that may morph into a retirement crisis in the not too distant future.
This video was posted Monday, August 1, 2016.
Tony Crescenzi: It's really up to the national governments to start to take the hand off and do more, because central banks, in the end, can only print money.
it would only take a 100 basis point rise in Treasury bond yields to trigger the worst price decline in bonds since the 1981 bond market crash.
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