Silver as an investment

Category Archives: US Employment

Asian Metals Market Update: October-3-2016 / By: Chintan Karnani, Insignia Consultants / 3 October 2016 The UK has said that it will complete the formalities to exit from the European Union by the end of March 2017. The UK economy is growing despite the EU exit fears. The UK will benefit much more after the EU exit as it can follow […]

Shadow Fed Funds Rate Says Sell US Equities / BCA RESEARCH / 06/21/2016 Investor optimism has been rekindled as weakening US employment has deferred Fed interest rate hike expectations. Nevertheless, the Fed may stay hawkish because the labor market is near full employment, unemployment insurance claims remain below 300K, core inflation is firming and wage inflation is trending higher. Monetary conditions have been tightening ever […]

Ten Things to Watch in the Week Ahead / By Marc Chandler / SUNDAY, June 30, 2013 The third quarter begins with a bang this week. The main highlights include four major central bank meetings, Japan’s quarterly Tankan survey, monthly purchasing managers’ surveys and the US employment report. The larger context in which the data and events will occur is important. Retail […]

Silver Rises on Jobs, Moves Higher / By Michelle Smith / Friday April 12, 2013, 4:15am PDT Silver received a boost last Friday, gaining $0.45 for the day and closing at $27.35, following the release of a disappointing US employment report. Although the metal started the week by losing a nickel, it more than recovered on Tuesday, when silver prices jumped $0.68 for the day, […]

Gold Waits On Fed & German Ruling / September 11, 2012 Gold was steady on Tuesday, with investors awaiting a key German ruling on the euro zone’s bailout fund and a U.S. Federal Reserve decision on possible measures to stimulate the economy. Gold has rallied nearly 7 percent over the past month on the European Central Bank’s bond-buying plan and expectations […]

Vertical Immobility: American dream too steep to climb

What used to be known as the land of opportunity slowly becomes a place where many have little to look forward to. For the first time since the Great Depression people no longer have prospects to do better than their previous generation. RT’s Marina Portnaya reports on what the economic crisis have left of the […]

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March 6, 2012, at 1:31 pm by Jim Sinclair If you believe you can, you probably can. If you believe you won’t, you most assuredly won’t. Belief is the ignition switch that gets you off the launching pad. –Denis Waitley-   My Dear Friends, The MOPE is cranking. Now the focus is on the slowdown […]