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Negative interest rates are essential for Swiss economy, nation's central banker says


Date: 21:45 31/10/2019
Thursday, October 31, 2019

Derivatives' danger may have gotten too big for central banks, Rickards says


Date: 22:00 30/10/2019
For some big-picture financial and geopolitical commentary it might be hard to do better than the interview conducted a few days ago by comedians Konstantin Kisin and Francis Foster with author, economist, consultant, and gold advocate James G. Rickards.

Craig Hemke at Sprott Money: Bullion banks will be painting gold's tape again now


Date: 22:17 29/10/2019
Fundamentals argue strongly for higher gold prices, the TF Metals Report's Craig Hemke writes today at Sprott Money, but bullion banks likely will be "painting" the gold price chart downward for a few weeks to frighten speculative longs out of their positions. Hemke's analysis is headlined "Comex Gold Ahead of the Federal Open Market Committee" and it's posted at Sprott Money here:

Ted Butler: The return of the silver whale?


Date: 23:16 28/10/2019
Silver market analyst and market-rigging foe Ted Butler writes today that strong hands -- maybe even "smart money" hands -- seem to have been acquiring much physical gold and silver in recent months, suggesting that another smash down in prices will be hard to arrange. Butler's analysis is headlined "The Return of the Silver Whale?" and it's posted at GoldSeek's companion site, SilverSeek here --

Pam and Russ Martens: Fed fears an explosion on Wall Street, and JPM lit the fuse


Date: 15:46 28/10/2019
Monday, October 28, 2019

Russian central bank creating a financial settlements system with China and India


Date: 15:37 28/10/2019
Monday, October 28, 2019

India's central bank quashes reports of selling gold reserves


Date: 14:50 27/10/2019
MUMBAI -- The Reserve Bank of India today clarified that it had not sold any of its gold reserves and neither done any trading in the metal.

Interventions against monetary metals are losing impact, GATA secretary says


Date: 15:23 26/10/2019
In an interview this week with Mike Gleason of Money Metals Exchange, your secretary/treasurer remarks that the usual government-inspired smashdowns in the gold and silver markets seem to be losing their impact.

New York Sun: How can Congress lecture Facebook's Zuckerberg about money?


Date: 15:11 26/10/2019
It's hard to think of a dispatch that has quite captured the absurdity of the Congress putting Mark Zuckerberg in the hot seat over Facebook's plans for a new currency called Libra. Congress did this Wednesday at what Yahoo! Finance called a "marathon" hearing of the House Financial Services Committee. Its chairwoman, Representative Maxine Waters, was asked whether she'd been reassured. Replied she: "Absolutely not."

Ronan Manly: Wag the dog -- the new Comex and Shanghai gold contracts


Date: 15:50 25/10/2019
The Shanghai Gold Exchange's new collaboration with CME Group's New York Commodities Exchange in a Shanghai-based, cash-settled gold futures contract looks like it could be used to facilitate importation into China of U.S.-inspired price manipulation, Bullion Star gold researcher Ronan Manly writes today. His analysis is headlined "Wag the Dog -- The New Comex and SGE Gold Contracts" and it's posted at Bullion Star here:

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