Posts tagged with: Federal Reserve

Goldman Sachs says now is the time to buy gold, the safe-haven asset, amid market panic over the impact of the growing coronavirus pandemic. ...
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As the carnage continues with stocks now ignoring anything the Fed throws at them — and the Fed has pretty well thrown everything it has used in the past and is now moving into bailout mode — where is the...
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This week, Your News to Know rounds up the latest top stories involving gold and the overall economy. Stories include: Jim Cramer advises Americans not to miss the boat with gold, why now is the time to move into gold,...
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This is why it’s imperative to go big now, and make plans to sustain the most vulnerable households and small employers not for two weeks but for six months–or however long proves necessary....
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The Federal Reserve on Sunday slashed interest rates by a full percentage point to near zero and said it would buy $700 billion in Treasury securities, an aggressive step to insulate the U.S. economy from the coronavirus pandemic....
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On February 12, 2020, the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 29,551.42. Yesterday, March 13, the Dow closed at 23,185.62 -– a loss of 6,365.80 points in one month’s time, or 21.54 percent. In 2008, the greatest financial calamity since...
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In the classic Giuseppe Verdi opera, La Traviata, a dying Violetta suddenly proclaims to the world that her pain and discomfort have left her body. The euphoria is magnificent, but the anguish returns within moments, and she dies....
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US Treasury yields are plunging after The Fed announced what amounts to ‘Emergency QE’ to buy $33 billion in bonds at maturities up to 30 Years…...
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shortly after the Fed injected $95BN in liquidity via two term reports (a 2-week and the first 1-month op), it also announced $103.1BN injected via the overnight operation, which means that the Fed has injected a combined $198BN in liquidity as funding...
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With credit and funding markets starting to show signs of extreme stress, signaling a major dollar shortage…...
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