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- 1990s vs. 2010s. Which Expansion Will be Better for Gold?
Ladies and Gentlemen, we have a tie! The current expansion already lasts as long as the economic boom that started in March 1991 and ended in March 2001. We invite you to read our today’s article, which compares both expansions and find out whether the current boom will be better
- Three Reasons Frankfurt will not Overtake London as the Finance Capital after Brexit
Brexit uncertainty has hit London’s reputation as the world’s leading global finance centre. Political instability, the possibility of a no-deal exit, and the potential loss of financial passporting rights have all combined to give firms the jitters.
- Don’t Forget the US-Iran Dispute, It’s not Gone Away…
On the current risk map, the issue of increasing US-Iran tensions has been completely neglected by market participants while it could have a massive impact on the market if the situation continues to deteriorate. Many US newspapers, including the most respected ones, now speak openly about the risk of
- Credit Impulse Flashes a Warning to Major Economies
Cracks are spreading across markets’ cheery Q1 facade, and it doesn’t all come down to trade war headline risks. A key leading indicator is falling again, and Saxo Head of macro Analysis Christopher Dembik fears this might only be the beginning.
- Trade Talk Stalemate Could Turn Short-Term Sellers into Longer-Term Bears
If the U.S.-China trade talks have indeed stalled as reported late Friday then investors are going to start pricing in a longer stalemate and this will likely mean more long liquidation and fresh short-selling.
- Accommodative Fed Remains Stock Market’s Best Friend
Even with stock prices at such lofty levels, I have a positive outlook on stocks because I believe investors and the Fed learned a lesson from last year’s late sell-off. Stocks may move higher at a slower pace the rest of the year and volatility may even return to normal
- The First Blockchain War is About to Begin
Hopes for steady Bitcoin growth towards $6000 were replaced by disappointment after market participants faced with the return of speculative pressure. On Thursday night, the BTC sharply declined by more than 8% to $4950 in just a few hours. The likelihood of this dynamic was clearly indicated by the RSI
- The U.S China Trade War, the UK Pound and the Eurozone Economy in Focus
Who’s winning the U.S – China trade war? Is it really the U.S? How has the Pound and the UK economy performed and what about the Eurozone?
- Space as a business: What Hides Beyond the Rockets Launches
Spaceships are no longer romantically surf the Universe but pragmatically sawing it in pieces. The “entrance ticket” to the solar system costs hundreds of millions.
- US Markets Had Another Fantastic Week, Trade or Fade?
With the US and China on track to a trade deal and commodity prices well-supported, add China credit infusion to the mix, it suggests this is a market to trade and not fade.
- Investing in Champions as Quarter Finals Start
Football is one of the most popular sports in the world that has won the hearts of millions of men (and women are not indifferent to it as well). Although I am not a passionate football fan, I try to keep track of developments in the field. All the more
- U.S. Stock Market: Will Mounting Uncertainty Trigger Short-Term Correction?
Too many factors to deal with at one time can cause investing paralysis, or confusion, or uncertainty. Call it whatever you want. When investors feel uncertain, they tend to sell, which is what I’m looking for over the near-term.
- Could Foreign Investors Chasing Higher U.S. Rates Be Causing the Inverted Yield Curve?
Asian and European investors chasing the higher yield in the U.S. is what’s driving down yields and causing the inverted yield curve, not expectations of a recession. On Thursday, billionaire Warren Buffett told CNBC that economic growth has lost some steam recently, while adding he is not concerned. Fed Chairman
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