The markets actually turned before the Fed minutes were released, but once in the public (assuming they weren’t leaked again) the anti-“reflation” direction was amplified. Bonds have rallied as have eurodollar futures (near Friday’s recent high), JPY dropped (so you know gold was up, too), and even stocks shifted. As usual, it is being characterized…
On Monday, I told you about the true customers of the big media outlets – advertisers and other corporate clients. And I told you that the news you read advances the interests of those customers, not yours.
With that insight in mind, let’s dissect the jobs report from earlier this month.
The Wall Street Journal’s take left a lot to be desired, if you knew what to keep an eye out for. And what they did leave out pointed to a clear signal for any investor who wants to keep their capital.
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While the US Federal Reserve remains puzzled as to why US inflation is so low, President Nicholas Maduro and his Socialist compadres has managed to lower Venezuela’s annual inflation rate from a crippling 1,823%
According to the US Census Bureau, US housing construction starts declined 5.6% on a year-over-year (YoY) basis for July. You can see the declining trend since 2012.
The Dow Jones news today is highlighted by political turmoil in Washington, as controversial remarks from President Trump sent CEOs fleeing from his “American Manufacturing Council.”
World stock markets were mostly higher again Wednesday. U.S. stock indexes are also pointed toward higher openings when the New York day session begins.
The U.S. government holds 261.5 million ounces of gold.
Now, a government holding gold is not all that unusual. Lots of them do, all over the world.
This is: Uncle Sam doesn’t mark to market!
Anyone who thinks our toxic financial system is stable is delusional.Why are we doomed? Those consuming over-amped “news” feeds may be tempted to answer the culture wars, nuclear war with North Korea or the Trump Presidency.The one guaranteed…
Last week the Commerce Department reported wholesale sales in June 2017 had risen by 5.6% year-over-year (unadjusted). Having increased by nearly 10% in May, and by the most in five years in January, 5.6% was instead the same kind of 2014 disappointment that is becoming far too common. These growth figures include petroleum sales on…