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Markets fell 20% last year, in its worst yearly performance since the 2008 financial crisis. However rising market optimism on signs of cooling activity is perversely based on the belief that the increase in rates would tame inflation and...
This month a cooling CPI number sparked a mammoth rally on Wall Street on hopes that the Federal Reserve may be ready for a pivot (aka capitulation) in its battle against inflation. The gains are premature and won’t change the trajectory...
It was good while it lasted. But now the golden age of near-zero inflation and interest rates is over, and we are paying the price for living in a fool’s paradise since money is no longer free. All this is now changing.
Those looking for a return to normal are in for a shock when they see what is happening to markets and the economy. Already parabolic hyperinflation has risen to a 79% annual rate in Türkiye, as President Erdogen refuses to make the...
In 1991 the Soviet Union collapsed, the Berlin Wall came down in Germany and 15 newly independent nations including Ukraine were born, ending the Cold War peacefully. The end was only a hiatus however. Today, disruption is everywhere and...
Though it is too early to know how the war will evolve, markets are vulnerable. First Covid, now the war, it is clear however that amid the uncertainty, that deficits as far as “the eye can see” will be the norm. Inflation is the result,...
Alternate facts or reality have become part of our daily lives such that there is an indistinguishable blurring between the two worlds. In the fantasy world of the metaverse, people or their avatars are spending ever greater portions of...
Central banks, politicians and policymakers are surprised that November inflation surged to 6.8 percent, a nearly four decades high, about triple the Fed’s decade old 2% target. US producer prices rose at the fastest pace on record.
The mounting global warming and the pandemic have contributed to full blown energy and food supply chain disruptions hitting households and manufacturers keeping prices buoyant. Demand for oil, coal and natural gas have skyrocketed as...
President Biden’s messy departure from Afghanistan has long reaching consequences casting a long shadow over his domestic plans into the upcoming midterms. For one thing, he dug himself a deeper hole when he vowed to conduct operations...

It is estimated that the total amount of gold mined up to the end of 2011 is approximately 166,000 tonnes.

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