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  1. U.S. Federal Reserve Statement Gives Gold A Boost

    Some speculators appear to have gambled badly on the likely content of U.S. Fed chair, Jerome Powell’s latest statement following . . . .
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  2. A Golden View From Russia

    One of several valuable life lessons learned when you live outside your native country is that the optics are radically different. This is especially . . . .
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  3. The Dollar – King Rat of Failing Currencies

    The explanation for the sudden halt in global economic growth is found in the coincidence of peak credit combining with trade protectionism. The history of economic downturns points to a rerun of the 1929-32 period . . . .
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  4. Russia And China’s Gold Age?

    February in Moscow is like a sweet & sour dish, one day frigid and snowy and the next balmy and rainy, either way it is a treat . . . .
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  5. U.S. Dollar Dives After Federal Reserve Moves To The Sidelines

    The Dollar was clobbered with heavy losses overnight and into Thursday's session after the Federal Reserve (Fed) suggested . . . .
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  6. No End In Sight To World's Rising Debt

    Last year, the world's debt rose to $244 trillion, or 318% of global GDP, the Institute of International Finance (IIF) found . . . .
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  7. Gold Looks Like 'Safe Money' Amid Rising Inflation Expectations

    The back of the U.S. dollar says "In God We Trust." However, for an increasing number of investors in 2019 . . . .
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  8. China's Renminbi Will Rival the Dollar As Global Reserve Currency

    The past year was full of events that inevitably split the global geopolitical space into two camps: those who still support using US currency as a universal financial . . . .
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  9. Emerging Economies Stockpiling Gold

    Countries around the world are turning to gold as uncertainty about the global economy rises . . . .

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  10. Central Banks Buy Gold Fastest Since 2012

    January-to-September saw 264 tonnes added to official-sector gold holdings says a note from Australia-based financial group Macquarie, "by far the most at this stage of the year of any period in the last six years." . . . .

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