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Submitted by Frank Suess via Acting Man blog,Risks and OpportunitiesInvestors started off 2015 with a slow global economy, low oil prices, a strong Dollar, and a deflationary Europe with great uncertainties on the progress of the US economy and the recent launch of Europe’s quantitative easing. The question is, what opportunities lie ahead? This article highlights the main topics covered in

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Up until now, the world's descent into the NIRPy twilight of fiat currency was a function of failing monetary policy around the globe as central bank after desperate central bank implemented negative and even more negative (in the case of Denmark some four times rapid succession) rates, hoping to make saving so prohibitive consumers would have no choice but to spend the fruits of their labor, or b

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Although many economists—including at least some sitting central bankers—believe that nominal wage growth provides little forward-looking information about broader inflationary trends, policymakers have generally found wage growth useful in helping to assess the amount of slack in the labor market—a key consideration in monetary policy decisions, particularly at a time like today

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With a no longer “patient” Fed set for “liftoff” sometime this year, some observers (including IMF chief Christine Lagarde) are bracing for emerging market turbulence. A new paper from the Center for Global Development attempts to discern which EMs are most vulnerable to an “external shock” (be it geopolitical or financial) and also seeks to determine which countries are more prepared

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Via Visual Capitalist,In a lengthy bear market for mining stocks, there have been repeated calls by pundits for the culling of hundreds of companies that have been unable to raise new money or generate shareholder value. This piece of the capitulation process, some say, is what is needed to put confidence back in the market so that the bull cycle can start again.  Courtesy of: Visual Cap

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Because it could never be just plain-old Keynesian-doctrine-destroying, debt-saturated, economic weakness...  h/t @Not_Jim_Cramer

6 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Submitted by Koos Jansen of Bullion StarWhen Will China Disclose Its True Official Gold Reserves And How Much Is It?Things are heating up in the Chinese gold marketFirst let’s go through the latest Shanghai Gold Exchange data and then we’ll continue to discuss the most recent developments regarding Chinese official gold reserves.Friday the Shanghai Gold Exchange (SGE) released its trade report

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Presented with no comment... How to know if it's serious...  h/t Lance R

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As Athens prepares to try and convince eurozone creditors that its latest set of proposed reforms represents a credible attempt to address Greece’s fiscal crisis, and as Greek depositors face the very real possibility that they will soon be Cyprus’d, a leverage-less Alexis Tsipras faces a rather unpalatable choice: bow to the Troika which “wants real reforms… meaning that Greece finally ha

6 hours ago (via zerohedge.com)
Authored by Mark St.Cyr,This past Friday saw what many like myself can only describe as a blatant example of just what’s wrong with both the economy – as well as the markets.At precisely 15 minutes before the closing bell on Wall Street the now Chair of the Federal Reserve, Janet Yellen gave a press conference detailing further insights into upcoming monetary policy. I guess two days w




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