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Shariah Gold Cometh – $2 Trillion In Assets “Could Send Price Soaring”

Central Banks default Finance Industry Japan Real estate Reuters Volatility World Gold Council Coming ‘sharia gold standard’ or shariah compliant gold could lead to a very significant source of  new demand for physical gold coins and bars in the Islamic world as some of the $2 trillion of assets held in Islamic financial institutions are allocated to the very small physical global gold market.

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Fiscal Policy: Trump Is Not Reagan

Donald Trump Fail Ford Gallup Gerald Ford Monetary Policy Money Supply National Debt NBC Nomination Reality Volatility Wall Street Journal Despite the recent comparisons, Donald Trump and Ronald Reagan are very different when it comes to experience and views on fiscal policy.

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Europe Is Now the Frontline in the War on Cash

Central Banks Drug Money France Monetary Policy recovery Could a cash ban and carry tax be coming to the US?

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A Big Bank Suggests WEALTH Taxation

Central Banks Deutsche Bank Fat Cats Precious Metals Stagflation Why is a Deutsche Bank mouthpiece suggesting “negative retail deposit rates or perhaps wealth taxes”? The answer is to (supposedly) stimulate our economies.

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EIA Petroleum Weekly Report Analysis 5-4-2016 (Video)

China OPEC Twitter Twitter The United States should be thinking much more strategically with their energy policy right now.

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Silver Bullion Market Has Key New Player – China Replaces JP Morgan

Abenomics Bitcoin Central Banks China Ireland Price Action Reuters Enter the Dragon. The silver bullion market has a key new player - China. The Shanghai Futures Exchange in China is replacing JP Morgan bank and its clients as the most significant new source of demand according to a very interesting blog with some great charts and tables published by SRSrocco Report yesterday.

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Singapore’s Surprise

Twitter Twitter Authored by Steve H. Hanke of The Johns Hopkins University. Follow him on Twitter @Steve_Hanke. A few weeks ago, the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) sprang a surprise. It announced that a further nominal appreciation of the Singapore dollar would not be in the cards. Many interpreted this as a currency war maneuver (read: competitive devaluation) intended to promote exports.

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Declining Production Rates for many of the Top 30 Oil Producing Countries (Video)

Twitter Twitter The Oil Market is going to 'unbalance' in the opposite direction over the next 12 months, and start heading south fast over the next five years.

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ECB Study says US data 'leaked' to key traders

Central Banks Conference Board Consumer Confidence Consumer Sentiment European Central Bank Federal Reserve Front Running Insider Trading None Reuters The ECB released a report that 'implies' there's insider information taking place.  Reuters sells data front running as a service, it's called 'low latency news.'

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EIA Inventory Report Analysis and Key Levels to Watch in the Oil Market (Video)

Fund Flows Twitter Twitter Last week we had a bearish EIA Report and Oil moved up $3 bucks due to Fund Flows getting ahead of the fundamentals.

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