Como explorar as oportunidades das taxas de juros negativas

Como explorar as oportunidades das taxas de juros negativas

(PHOTO: BIRDLKPORTFOLIO/GETTY IMAGES BY ISTOCK) Por Ruchir Agarwal y Signe Krogstrup 02/05/2019 Durante a crise financeira mundial, muitos bancos centrais reduziram suas taxas básicas de juros para zero para estimular o crescimento. Dez anos depois, os juros permanecem baixos na maioria dos países. Embora a economia mundial esteja a se recuperar, [...] Read more

Cómo hacer “efectivas” las tasas de interés negativas

Cómo hacer “efectivas” las tasas de interés negativas

(PHOTO: BIRDLKPORTFOLIO/GETTY IMAGES BY ISTOCK) Por Ruchir Agarwal y Signe Krogstrup 02/05/2019 Durante la crisis financiera mundial, muchos bancos centrales redujeron a cero las tasas de interés de política monetaria para estimular el crecimiento. Diez años más tarde, las tasas de interés permanecen en niveles bajos en la mayoría de los países. [...] Read more

Cashing In: How to Make Negative Interest Rates Work

Cashing In: How to Make Negative Interest Rates Work

(PHOTO: BIRDLKPORTFOLIO/GETTY IMAGES BY ISTOCK) By Ruchir Agarwal and Signe Krogstrup 02/05/2019 Many central banks reduced policy interest rates to zero during the global financial crisis to boost growth. Ten years later, interest rates remain low in most countries. While the global economy has been recovering, future downturns are inevitable. [...] Read more

The Hidden Revelation

The Hidden Revelation

By Sven Henrich 01/19/2019 The current government shutdown (the longest in history) comes with a hidden revelation: Millions of Americans are financially unprepared for the next economic downturn. Worse, they are highly vulnerable with few protections. 10 years after the financial crisis the economic recovery has left millions behind with little [...] Read more

‘The gilets jaunes are unstoppable’

‘The gilets jaunes are unstoppable’

By Christophe Guilluy 01/11/2019 Christophe Guilluy on the cultural divide driving the yellow vests. The gilets jaunes (yellow vest) movement has rattled the French establishment. For several months, crowds ranging from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands have been taking to the streets every weekend across the whole of France. They have [...] Read more

Weekly Commentary: Monetary Disorder 2019

By Doug Noland, Credit Bubble Bulletin 01/19/2019 The S&P500 advanced 6.5% in 2019’s first 13 trading sessions. The DJ Transports are up 9.2% y-t-d. The broader market has outperformed. The small cap Russell 2000 sports a 9.9% gain after 13 sessions, with the S&P400 Midcap Index rising 9.3%. The Nasdaq Composite has gained 7.9% y-t-d [...] Read more

Gold stocks remain in a downtrend

Gold stocks remain in a downtrend

Image: The Scott By Jordan Roy-Byrne, The Daily Gold 01/20/2019 Last week we discussed the difference between a rally and bull market. Gold stocks have been in a rally. That rally is now over as gold stocks peaked at their 400-day moving averages days ago and sliced through their 200-day moving averages Friday. Take a look at the charts of any [...] Read more

Burkina gold miners shaken by Islamic terror

Burkina gold miners shaken by Islamic terror

Last year, Canadian miner Semafo experienced no fewer than three deadly attacks in the space of four months. (Mining camp at Boungou mine. Courtesy of Semafo.) By Oliver Radway, analyst at Alaco, a London-based business intelligence consultancy. 01/18/2019 Burkina Faso’s thriving gold mining sector has been rattled by a new wave of Islamist [...] Read more

Mali's gold production up 23% in 2018

By Tiemoko Diallo; Writing by Sofia Christensen; Editing by Susan Fenton, Reuters 01/18/2019 * Mali's industrial production of gold rose 23 percent last year to 60.8 tonnes, Mines Ministry spokesman Boubacar Sissoko said on Friday. * In March, the mines ministry said output would rise in 2018 primarily due to the start of production at B2Gold's [...] Read more

Modern Monetary Theory or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the National Debt

Modern Monetary Theory or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the National Debt

By Ben Hunt 01/17/2019 There’s a wonderful scene in Stanley Kubrick’s 1964 masterpiece, Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, where the assorted generals and politicians in the War Room are wrestling with the reality their policies have created – mutually assured destruction gone awry, where now everyone will be [...] Read more

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