Reuters

Apple's New "FaceID" Could Be A Powerful Mass Spying Tool

"Apple’s new system completely changes that. For the first time, a company will have a facial recognition system with millions of profiles, and the hardware to scan and identify faces throughout the world... This could make Apple the target for a new mass surveillance order."

"You Should Take The Fed At Their Word"

"We think they’re going to be... getting more worried about some of the negative consequences of QE, the fact that it encourages risk taking and may create some issues for the banks...”

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Gold is currently up over 15% for the year, silver by nearly 12%. Both offer financial safe havens during times of war. All parties involved in the current geopolitical fracas are big holders of gold. Two of them, Russia and China are enabling the trade of the precious metal for key commodities.

Frontrunning: September 15

  • Dollar leaps versus yen, pound at highest since Brexit result (Reuters)
  • Several hurt in 'terrorist' incident in London (Reuters)
  • North Korea Puts Guam in Range With New Missile Launch Over Japan (BBG)
  • U.N. Security Council to meet after North Korea fires another missile over Japan (Reuters)

Gold, Yen Spike (Again) After Another North Korea Missile Launch Prep Headline

Gold and Yen spiked this morning (right before CPI) on the back of Nikkei headlines about preparation being observed for another North Korean missile launch (following overnight news that US officials had confirmed). Now Reuters reports that defense officials have confirmed to Fox News that North Korea is prepping for a new missile launch and gold and yen are bid once again.