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Monetary metals are most manipulated on days of Fed announcements, Sprott says


Date: 02:04 29/08/2020
Markets are grossly manipulated on the day of any policy announcement by the Federal Reserve to prevent them from interfering with the illusion the Fed wants the world to see, mining entrepreneur Eric Sprott says today in his weekly review with Craig Hemke for Sprott Money.

Pam and Russ Martens: As retirees anguish over low Treasury rates, U.S. companies suspend dividends


Date: 17:28 28/08/2020
Friday, August 28, 2020

Bank of England governor says negative rates are in policy toolbox


Date: 16:50 28/08/2020
Friday, August 28, 2020

Scotiabank will nail JPMorganChase for metals market rigging, London trader Maguire says


Date: 05:28 28/08/2020
The fine of $124 million that Scotiabank has agreed to pay the U.S. government for manipulating the gold and silver markets with "spoofing" is tiny compared to the offense, London metals trader Andrew Maguire says in his interview this week with Shane Morand of Kinesis Money, but that's because the fine is not the end of the case against the bullion bank.

Bron Suchecki's seminar for gold and silver beginners


Date: 17:21 27/08/2020
Gold advocate Bron Suchecki, who now is senior precious metals project analyst for ABC Bullion in Australia --

John Kim: China tightens its squeeze on New York and London gold futures markets


Date: 16:28 27/08/2020
Market researcher John S. Kim of SK Wealth Academy reports today that the Shanghai Futures Exchange has shortened the delivery period for gold futures contracts from five working days to one working day after the last trading day.

Pam and Russ Martens: Buffett isn't buying Fed's spin on big banks


Date: 16:48 26/08/2020
Wednesday, August 26, 2020

Peter Grosskopf: Gold performs spectacularly but needs more integration into markets


Date: 16:40 26/08/2020
Gold long has been performing spectacularly compared to other currencies and financial assets, Sprott CEO Peter Grosskopf writes this week, including some telling charts. But, he adds, to increase its appeal the monetary metal needs more integration into financial markets to achieve full "fungibility." Fortunately, Grosskopf concludes, the technology for such integration is already available.

Jim Rickards: Central banks mislead about gold to preserve their monopoly on money


Date: 16:01 26/08/2020
Jim Rickards' new essay at The Daily Reckoning demolishes the most common disparagements about gold's monetary properties and explains why governments and financial elites hate gold and strive to mislead the world about it.

Craig Hemke at Sprott Money: Biggest monthly Comex silver offtake is about to happen


Date: 00:36 26/08/2020
More huge delivery demands are likely in Comex September silver, more than the huge demands made in the last three delivery months, the TF Metals Report's Craig Hemke writes today at Sprott Money.

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