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Zero Hedge
Gold “Chart of The Decade” – Maths Suggest $10,000 Per Ounce Says RickardsAccord” which came out of the G20 meeting in Shanghai, China in February 2016.
Gold “Chart of The Decade” – Maths Suggest $10,000 Per Ounce Says Rickards
Zero Hedge / Posted yesterday
Accord” which came out of the G20 meeting in Shanghai, China in February 2016. It’s like a secret Plaza Accord between the U.S. Fed, the Bank of England, the Peoples Bank of China, the European Central Bank and the Bank of Japan. The evidence for... Read more
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ESPN
Racket Response: McHale shines, Rafa rolls@ptbodo: The U.S. Fed Cup team traveled to Australia this past weekend for a cr
Racket Response: McHale shines, Rafa rolls
ESPN / Posted 2 days ago
@ptbodo: The U.S. Fed Cup team traveled to Australia this past weekend for a critical World Group Playoffs battle without Venus or Serena Williams, casting serious doubt on the squad's chance to make it back to the main tier in 2017. Give American... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Depression, Debasement, & 100 Years Of Monetary Mismanagementfound conventional and some very unconventional ways of not doing ‘it’ again. A
Depression, Debasement, & 100 Years Of Monetary Mismanagement
Zero Hedge / Posted 7 days ago
found conventional and some very unconventional ways of not doing ‘it’ again. At the peak of his interventions, the U.S. Fed came to resemble the Soviet Gosbank, more a micro-allocator of credit than a steward of macroeconomic policy.” It... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Racket Response: McHale shines, Rafa rollsheroChristina McHale beat Samantha Stosur in three hard-fought sets at Fed Cup.
Racket Response: McHale shines, Rafa rolls
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 12 days ago
heroChristina McHale beat Samantha Stosur in three hard-fought sets at Fed Cup. Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images @ptbodo: The U.S. Fed Cup team traveled to Australia this past weekend for a critical World Group Playoffs battle without Venus or Serena... Read more
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Reuters
ECB to be all talk and no actionWilliam Dudley, Neel Kashkari, and Eric Rosengren speaking ahead of the next po
ECB to be all talk and no action
Reuters / Posted 15 days ago
William Dudley, Neel Kashkari, and Eric Rosengren speaking ahead of the next policy announcement on April 27. The U.S. Fed will probably raise interest rates twice this year, most likely next in June, but the probability has faded on signs... Read more
18d
Reuters
ECB policy causing 'extraordinary problems', says Germany's SchaeubleBERLIN The European Central Bank's record low interest rates are causing "extra
ECB policy causing 'extraordinary problems', says Germany's Schaeuble
Reuters / Posted 18 days ago
BERLIN The European Central Bank's record low interest rates are causing "extraordinary problems" for German banks and pensioners and risk undermining voters' support for European integration, Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble told Reuters. But... Read more
19d
Calcutta News
Obama, U.S. Fed Chairwoman to meet and discuss U.S. economic outlook WASHINGTON, U.S. - The White House has said that U.S. President Barack Obama
Obama, U.S. Fed Chairwoman to meet and discuss U.S. economic outlook
Calcutta News / Posted 19 days ago
WASHINGTON, U.S. - The White House has said that U.S. President Barack Obama will be meeting chairwoman of the Federal Reserve to discuss the long-term economic outlook for the... Read more
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Investopedia
Vanguard's 2016 Economic and Investment OutlookHowever, that outperformance will not continue, given global challenges such as
Vanguard's 2016 Economic and Investment Outlook
Investopedia / Posted 19 days ago
However, that outperformance will not continue, given global challenges such as the China slowdown, the threat of the U.S. Fed raising interest rates, the fragile global economy and the collapse in oil and commodity prices. Vanguard forecasts... Read more
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Investopedia
3 U.S. Mid-Cap Mutual Funds to Avoid in 2016risks and rely heavily on domestic operations for earnings. Global central bank
3 U.S. Mid-Cap Mutual Funds to Avoid in 2016
Investopedia / Posted 20 days ago
risks and rely heavily on domestic operations for earnings. Global central banks continue to weaken currencies while the U.S. Fed is raising rates, and thus the value of the U.S. dollar. Larger U.S. companies are having a difficult time... Read more
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The Financial Express
India’s foreign exchange reserves surge to record high of $360 billiona stark turnaround from 2013 when the country’s current account gap hit a recor
India’s foreign exchange reserves surge to record high of $360 billion
The Financial Express / Posted 22 days ago
a stark turnaround from 2013 when the country’s current account gap hit a record high due to outflows on expectations the U.S. Fed would rein in its stimulus programme. The RBI would also likely beef up its reserves chest ahead of the maturity of... Read more
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Zero Hedge
The Nattering Naybobs Of Normalization (A Tale Of 3 Fed Heads)a time when “normalization” of interest rates was in order. Recently, we remem
The Nattering Naybobs Of Normalization (A Tale Of 3 Fed Heads)
Zero Hedge / Posted 24 days ago
a time when “normalization” of interest rates was in order. Recently, we remembered William McChesney Martin, head of the U.S. Fed under the Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon administrations. Today, we compare Martin with two of his... Read more
24d
The Star
US$ touches 17-month low vs yen as stocks slumpcould improve in the months ahead. "The mix of global growth being perhaps a b
US$ touches 17-month low vs yen as stocks slump
The Star / Posted 24 days ago
could improve in the months ahead. "The mix of global growth being perhaps a bit slower and a more gradual path for the U.S. fed funds rate... are likely positive for the yen," said Brian Daingerfield, currency strategist for RBS Securities in... Read more
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IMF
Decisive Action to Secure Durable Growth; Lecture by Christine Lagarde, IMF Managing Director, at an event hosted by Bundesbak and Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany, April 5, 2016sentiment has improved—driven by further easing from the ECB, an apparent shift
Decisive Action to Secure Durable Growth; Lecture by Christine Lagarde, IMF Managing Director, at an event hosted by Bundesbak and Goethe University, Frankfurt, Germany, April 5, 2016
IMF / Posted 25 days ago
sentiment has improved—driven by further easing from the ECB, an apparent shift to a slower pace of rate increases by the U.S. Fed, a relative firming of oil prices, and lower capital outflows from China. We should welcome this; but we should not... Read more
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Investopedia
Emerging Markets Are BackIndia and China, uneven bounce in the commodity prices, and uncertainty due to
Emerging Markets Are Back
Investopedia / Posted 26 days ago
India and China, uneven bounce in the commodity prices, and uncertainty due to geopolitical events like the U.S. elections, U.S. Fed rate hike, Brexit possibility, and the terrorist problems in the European region.The Bottom Line Constituting 23... Read more

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