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The July inflation report was released this morning, and despite the Federal Reserve’s recent interest rate hikes, the number still came in at 9.1%!
Years after JP Morgan paid a $920 million fine for manipulating the #gold, #silver, and treasury futures markets, the trial for several of their traders who are facing RICO charges has finally begun.
The dollar has rallied to its highest level in 19 years, although rather than it being due to some inherent strength, analyst Dave Kranzler points out how it’s instead a reflection of concerns in the credit markets.
As Americans returned from the 4th of July holiday, they got a reminder on Tuesday that the #recession concerns in the US are still very much alive and well.
Russia has abolished its VAT on gold while its central bank has suspended gold purchases from banks, encouraging the Russian people to buy the metal instead. Is this the beginning of a return to a gold standard in Russia?
The CFTC’s Rostin Behnam fined JP Morgan $75 million on Friday Dec. 17th (in addition to the other $125 million the bank received that same day) for once again evading regulators.
Shocking news out of France late this week, as the government has announced new price controls in response to the growing energy crisis. This might be the most overt price capping news since Nixon implemented price caps during his...
For months, the #gold and #silver markets have looked towards June 28, the date of the Basel III regulations. Well….it’s finally here., and to find out what happens next, Rafi Farber of The End Game Investor joins me on the show to explain...
If you’ve been waiting for signs of the apocalypse, look no further. Because the CFTC has actually responded to Marcus’ comments, in this shocking #silver update!
Apparently, CFTC acting commissioner Behnam has made additional comments about who’s involved in setting some of the futures market guidelines…and to find out who else is involved, please click to watch the video now!

The Incas thought gold represented the glory of their sun god and referred to the precious metal as “Tears of the Sun.”

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