Posts tagged with: central bank

Get ready for the Federal Reserve to target bond yields as one of the many unprecedented measures the central bank has undertaken to support the economy....
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Gold used to be important. During and after World War II, every major developed country amassed as much physical gold as they could. It stabilized currencies and signaled independence....
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On December 12, Christine Lagarde introduced her goals and vision in her first rate-setting meeting as the new President of the ECB. On the actual policy front, there were no surprises. She remained committed to the path set by her...
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Gold is not as correlated to the US dollar as most think....
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The world stands on the edge of a cyclical downturn, exacerbated by trade tariffs initiated by America. We know what will happen: the major central banks will attempt to inflate their way out of the consequences. And those of us with an...
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After a month of constant verbal gymnastics (and diarrhea from financial pundit sycophants who can’t think creatively or originally and merely parrot their echo chamber in hopes of likes/retweets) by the Fed that the recent launch of $60 billion in...
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Bank for International Settlements sees a scarcity of bonds available for investors to purchase, squeezed liquidity in some markets, higher levels of bank reserves and fewer market operators actively trading in some areas....
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When, for the first time in 11 years, Jerome Powell cut the Fed Funds rate by 25bps on July 31, something unexpected happened: the dollar spiked (in fact, the trade weighted dollar soared to a record high). And not only did...
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China’s record-setting purchase of gold bullion continued its climb in May, growing by some 15.86 tonnes to over 61.61 million ounces total, fresh data from the People’s Bank of China cited by Xinhua has revealed....
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  Article originally appeared on 24 Ore Finance & Markets (Italy) her: Article What is happening on the world’s gold reserves? On the gold market there is a cold war climate: for the first time in 50 years, central banks bought...
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