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Watch Live: Sean Spicer Tells The Press To 'Forget Paris'

In today's daily White House press briefing, the mainstream media will undoubtedly be looking to prove once and for all that Spicer and the entire Trump administration are just a bunch of backwards-thinking climate deniers while Spicer will be forced to find 100 different ways to answer the same question by kindly suggesting they "Forget Paris."  It should be great entertainment.

Stocks Set For New All-Time Highs, Nikkei Rises Above 20,000, Oil Slides

Stocks are set for new all time highs with S&P futures up 0.2%, boosted by green markets across Europe and Asia, where the Nikkei rose above 20,000 for the first time since 2015. World stocks are set for new record highs, having already gained 11% so far this year, ahead of today's US nonfarm payrolls which are expected to increase by 185,000 jobs after surging 211,000 in April.

Global Stocks Rise As Oil Rebounds; Yuan Soars

S&P futures are little changed this morning, while Asian shares rise and European stocks (+0.5%) are poised to snap a five-day losing streak amid a broad-based rally. The pound declined as better-than-expected manufacturing data failed to offset political risk before the impending election, while crude oil gained.

Emerging Markets Are Not All Created Equal

Although emerging markets are similar in that they have high expectations for growth, it’s important to remember that these countries have very unique and different sets of risks.

Why Bother?

"The best strategy for dealing with crazies is to keep your distance."

GoldCore's picture

Why is someone stocking up (see charts) on all that silver? Silver ore in mines is getting less-rich. Global silver production fall. Another massive deficit this year. Solar demand could be key. Silver could go ballistic