Posts tagged with: Stocks

The historical action of the precious metals sector over the past few weeks has continued....
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Share buybacks by companies in the S&P 500 Index in the fourth quarter 2019, before the Coronavirus was even a factor, fell 18% from a year earlier, to $181.6 billion, after falling 13% and 14% year-over-year in the prior two...
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Five Mega Wall Street Bank Stocks Have Lost Average of 45 Percent in Five Weeks from Wall Street on Parade...
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Just days after gold traders, gold investors, and goldbugs thought the sharp decline was nothing more than a bad dream, reality kicked in…...
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Stock markets have been getting hammered, ostensibly because of the economic impacts of the coronavirus. Peter Schiff has been saying this isn’t really about the virus. It was the pin that pricked the bubble. If it wasn’t coronavirus, it would have...
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This is it! The party is over. The world is now facing the gravest economic and social downturn in Modern Times (18th century)....
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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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(USAGOLD – 3/4/2020) –  Gold pulled back modestly from yesterday’s strong gains inspired by the Fed’s aggressive half-point rate cut.  It is trading at $1642 – down $4 on the day.  Silver is down 13¢ at $17.16.  The cut played...
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This weekend, newsletter writers the world over are scrambling to explain to their paid subscribers why they are now showing losses in portfolios that were supposed to be showing gains, and especially because it was only two weeks ago that the S&P...
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The market meltdown continued on Thursday, with stocks across the board in retreat. Oil prices were down more than 4 percent in early trading, falling to their lowest levels in more than a year....
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