A great uproar was heard when the US Mint temporarily suspended sales of its 1-oz Silver Eagles, the world’s most popular government-issued 1-oz silver coins. The biggest outcry came from people who could not comprehend why the price of silver went down while the Mint admitted it could not meet demand. It’s not hard to
China has come a long way since the days of Richard Nixon’s and Henry Kissinger’s “Ping Pong Diplomacy.” Its economy has grown to be the world’s second largest economy, and its manufacturing base is home to consumer products used around the globe. Now, China has broken into a nearly century-old financial club, the London Bullion
In The stock market is managing the Fed, I said that the Fed will put off raising interest rate until after September because of stock market action. Now, the IMF is using the same reasoning in arguing that the Fed should wait until 2016 before raising interest rates.
Louise Yamada, who CNBC calls a “legend,” also sees Dow Theory sending ominous signals regarding stock market action. She says the Dow is a “brick wall waiting to collapse.”
One of the reasons gold and silver prices are stuck in a narrow trade range is that stocks are stuck in a narrow trading range. Still, widely-followed indexes recently made new highs, specifically the S&P 500, the NASDAQ and the Dow Industrials. However, the much ignored (except by professionals) Dow Transportation index is some 850
It was an embarrassing defeat for the US as it failed to keep its major allies from seeking membership in the China-sponsored Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), which will provide Asian countries an alternative to the US-dominated IMF, World Bank and Asian Development Bank. Allies seeking membership include the UK, Australia, Germany, France and South
Ron Paul recently interviewed Bill Haynes, CMI Gold & Silver Inc. president, for the RonPaulChannel.com. Ron and Bill discussed the gold industry, the right forms of gold to buy and developments that affect the precious metals market.
For more than a decade, GATA and others have asserted that the gold and silver markets are being manipulated, offering circumstantial evidence that manipulations are real. Now comes more solid circumstantial evidence that support GATA’s assertions.
As has been noted on this blog over the last three years, physical gold and silver are “moving east,” that is, going to Asia. To further support this position, a Singapore retailer of coins and bars announced the opening a 600-ton silver vault, with capacity to hold $390 million in silver at current prices. This
KingWorldNews.com’s August 7 blog post with Stephen Leeb discussed the strong demand for gold in China, despite what the media report. Leeb says that this year China is set to import some 1,200 tons. But, China is not the only Asian country where the demand for gold is strong. Most physical gold sold in Asia