Posts tagged with: dollar

Today Michael S. “Mickey” Fulp joins us on RTD to share his thoughts the monetary response to the economic shutdown....
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Today Lynette Zang from ITM Trading joined us to discuss the financial markets, metals & a lot more....
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The surging demand for repo liquidity – and massively expanded bailout facility size by the New York Fed – suggests there is a major global scramble for USD funding, and today’s price action in the archaic money markets exposes it...
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Back in December, the BIS laid out a stunning, and heretofore unknown assessment of the factors leading into the September repocalypse: not only was the overnight repo surge to 10% a function of supply (or lack thereof), with banks – primarily JPMorgan –...
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Gold prices are sharply higher in midday U.S. futures trading Thursday, on keen safe-haven demand as the U.S. stock market is sharply down on the day. The coronavirus outbreak continues to roil the global marketplace. April gold futures were last up...
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America’s seaports are now starting to feel the chilling effects of supply chain disruptions from China, warned Noel Hacegaba, the Deputy Executive Director of Administration and Operations for the Port of Long Beach, California. ...
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It all seems so systematic, arranged, and orderly.  Almost a direct proof of deism.  Sixty seconds make a minute, 60 minutes make an hour, 24 hours make a day, and one day equals one complete rotation of the planet earth....
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It all seems so systematic, arranged, and orderly.  Almost a direct proof of deism. ...
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The dollar’s weakness in the last few days can be explained from the yen being used as a conduit for wealth fleeing China and the euro enjoying a “dead cat” bounce. The dollar still sits at the higher part of...
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I can’t count the number of different theories I’ve been presented by market experts about gold. Invariably, no matter how sophisticated the theory is it always boils down to, “dollar up, gold down,” and vice versa. And this usually is said...
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