• GoldCore
    09/04/2015 - 07:43
    Large pools of gold in indebted nations will be vulnerable. Pool accounts, digital gold bullion vaulting providers and depositories in the UK and the US might have their companies and assets...
  • Sprott Money
    09/04/2015 - 05:58
    It can't continue indefinitely, and there has to be a terminal point, and I think obviously we're much closer to that.

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Daily Highlights: 9.20.2010





  • Abu Dhabi bonds heads for the best quarter in a year.
  • Asian stocks fall on US economic growth concern; Mining shares decline.
  • Crude Oil rises for first time in five days after decline draws investors.
  • Euro rises to $1.3077 in European trading.
  • Europe debt crisis abating as government traders see yield spreads narrow.
  • FDA to consider approval of genetically engineered salmon.
  • Fed to cut growth forecast, Europe rescue faltering: Pimco's El-Erian.
  • French competition watchdog fines banks $503M due to price fixing.
  • Gold may extend gain to record this week on economy concern: survey.
  • Greek bank stress tests delayed; Athens to raise more money on capital markets.
 
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Daily Highlights: 9.17.2010





  • Asian stocks gain as Oracle, RIM earnings boost tech stocks.
  • BoJ facing pressure to do even more to prop up the economy.
  • China approves 4 Taiwan banks to set up mainland branches.
  • European governments approved a free trade agreement with South Korea.
  • International Monetary Fund hasn't ruled out putting together more aid for Greece.
  • Oil rises above $75 in Asia as traders look for demand clues from US economic data.
  • U.S. jobless claims declined last week to their lowest level in two months.
 
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Daily Highlights: 9.16.2010





  • BOJ becomes 'wild card' as Kan may demand stimulus after Yen intervention.
  • EU new car registrations fall 13% YoY in August.
  • Geithner says US examining ways to pressure China into faster Yuan rise.
  • Greece rules out possibility of default; FM says restructuring would ‘break’ Eurozone.
  • India hikes rates to contain inflation; move signals end of loose monetary policy.
  • Most Asian stocks fall, led by mining shares; Japanese exporters advance.
  • Naked-short sellers, derivatives traders face European Union restrictions.
 
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Daily Highlights: 9.15.2010 - Japan, Singapore Interventions, CNY At Record As China Now Sells USDJPY





  • Yen tumbles as Japan FM Noda confirms currency intervention- first time since 2004.
  • Singapore authority to intervene second time in a month to bring down the S'pore dollar.
  • Yuan climbs to record as gains quicken ahead of US Committee meetings.
  • API sees 3.3-million-barrel increase in oil inventory.
  • China's steel output cut to continue through 2010: Industry Ministry.
  • Fed differ on question of how weak the economic outlook should get before they move to take major steps to boost growth.
  • Japanese shares rise as currency intervention drives down Yen; Gold climbs.
  • OPEC sees no change to production quota at meeting in October.
  • Retail Sales in US increase more than estimated in second monthly rise.
 
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Daily Highlights: 9.14.2010 - Kan Wins Party Vote, Yen Surges To Fresh Highs On No Intervention Threat





  • Japanese PM wins party vote; will stay in power.
  • Asian commodity stocks rise on growth hopes; Japanese shares fall on Yen.
  • China's currency advances to a fresh high against the U.S. dollar; CB sets the yuan-dollar parity rate at 6.7378.
  • China plans to introduce credit-default swaps by year-end, Official says.
  • Euro rises against dollar in morning European trading to $1.2877.
  • European industrial production stagnant in July.
  • EU raises 2010 growth forecasts; warns growth likely to slow in H2.
  • German investor confidence may decline to 18-month low as economy cools.
  • Bank of America should repurchase $20B in mortgages, Insurers say.
 
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Daily Highlights: 9.13.2010





  • Asian stocks, oil rise as China output, retail sales expand; Yen declines.
  • Banks worldwide face stiffer capital requirements as Basel forges accord.
  • British unions warn government that public spending cuts will spark wave of strikes.
  • China set Yuan's reference rate at 6.7509 vs USD - lowest level since 1980s.
  • China shares, led by tourism, rise amid stronger economic indicators for August.
  • China's Industrial production rises 13.9% in August, betters 13.4% growth of July.
  • Economy recovering faster than expected across the European Union, but remains fragile.
  • Hong Kong housing risks may exceed 1997 on rising rates, HKMA's Chan says.
 
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Daily Highlights: 9.9.2010





  • Afghan president's brother made $800K in Dubai using loan tied to Kabul Bank.
  • Asia stocks up, SKorea unexpectedly leaves key rate at 2.25% as recovery slows.
  • Australian employers' hiring for August exceeds estimates; Currency gains.
  • BOE mulls 'second wave' of bond buying as rebound ebbs.
  • China trade surplus may top $20B, stoking tension over yuan policy.
  • China's stocks decline most in 2 weeks on concern about new property curbs.
  • Euro slides to $1.2693.
  • Norway buys Greek debt as sovereign wealth fund sees no default.
 
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Daily Highlights: 9.8.2010





  • Asian stock markets were mostly lower, with financial stocks getting hit.
  • Asian stock markets were mostly lower, with financial stocks getting hit.
  • California Property Tax Values shrink 1.8% in `Historic' slump and deflation
  • California regulators seek up to $9.9B in fines from PacifiCare
  • China adds $7B of Japanese bonds, extending record yearly increase.
  • EU probes hidden Greek deals as 400% yield gap shows doubt
  • Germany's exports fell 1.5% in July - the second time this year.
  • Japan talks up intervention as Yen hits 15-year high.
  • Japan's core machinery orders spike 8.8% in July; current account surplus beats est.
 
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Daily Highlights: 9.7.2010





  • Asian stocks fall for first time in five days; Japanese automakers decline.
  • Australia extends interest rate pause on concern global growth is slowing.
  • Australian Labor Party gains enough seats to form a minority government.
  • China's 4 biggest banks lent $32.2B in new yuan loans in August, in line with govt ruling.
  • China passenger car sales increased 18% in August.
  • China rejects currency pressure.
  • China's slowdown in industrial output growth will deepen, Government says.
  • Copper declines in London.
  • Asian steelmakers rally on Obama's infra plan; Euro drops on bank funds concern.
 
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Daily Highlights: 9.3.2010





  • Oil falls below $75 a barrel in Asia ahead of US employment report.
  • Russia said it would extend its ban on wheat exports into late 2011.
  • Russia to double gas imports from Azerbaijan in a fresh blow to EU-touted pipeline project.
  • US Pending sales of existing houses unexpectedly climbed in July from a record low.
  • US Retail sales in August top estimates on tax holidays, discounts.
  • 3Par determines revised HP proposal, for $33/share, is superior. Dell pulls out of race.
 
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Daily Highlights: 9.2.2010





  • Asian stocks rise to two-week high on US manufacturing data; Canon gains.
  • Australia Q2 GDP grows 1.2% - fastest pace in three years.
  • Bernanke, Bair to present views of crisis to inquiry panel.
  • Brazil holds rate at 10.75%, meeting expectations.
  • Economy seen avoiding recession relapse as US data can't get much worse: Survey.
  • Indian sugar production may jump 38% next year on higher planting, rains.
  • Manufacturing in US grows at faster pace as factories extend recovery.
  • Trichet may say ECB to keep emergency lending measures in place into 2011.
 
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Daily Highlights: 9.1.2010





  • Asian stocks rise on China manufacturing, Australia's growth; Yen weakens.
  • Australian economic growth accelerates more than estimates; Currency gains.
  • China's manufacturing expands at faster pace in Aug - rises to 51.7 from 51.2.
  • Currency trading tops $4 trillion a day as dollar's share drops, BIS says.
  • FDIC finds more than a tenth of U.S. banks - 829 - at risk.
  • Pennsylvania's capital of Harrisburg to skip a $3.29M payment on its debt.
  • Treasuries decline as Asian stocks advance, US to announce auction size.
  • US consumer confidence rose just 2.5 points in August, to 53.5.
 
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Daily Highlights: 8.31.2010





  • Asian stocks fall as US data fuels economic growth concern; Sony drops.
  • Australia's current-account deficit totalled $5.05B in Q2, down 66% from Q1 levels.
  • BOJ is 'too little, too late' in tackling Yen, Nakahara says. Nikkei finishes down 3.6%.
  • Eurozone Confidence rose for the third straight month, to 101.8.
  • Eurozone inflation rate eases in August to 1.6%.
  • Fed purchased $360M in inflation-indexed Treasury debt
  • US Treasury to sell $25B cash management bills.
  • India's GDP grew 8.8% in April-June qtr, driven by the manufacturing sector.
 
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Daily Highlights: 8.30.2010





  • Bank of Japan expands bank-loan program as Yen's climb threatens expansion.
  • ECB likely to extend emergency banking industry aid: reports.
  • European markets rose in early trade, tracking gains in Asia.
  • Fed confronts further signs of slowdown amid skepticism on policy tools.
  • Pace of UK's GDP growth will slow sharply over the medium term: Comm Chambers.
  • UK house prices fall most in 16 months as market hits 'repricing' phase.
  • Singapore tightens loan limits to cool housing market.
 
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Daily Highlights: 8.26.2010





  • Asian shares trade mostly higher, though action proves choppy.
  • New-home sales slid to a record low and a slower-than-f'cast rise in durable-goods orders cast doubt on the US recovery.
  • Official China data masks surge in housing, food prices.
  • Roubini: Q3 growth in US to be 'well below' 1%.
  • SEC votes to boost power over boards.
  • Treasury sells 5-year notes at lowest yield ever.
  • Agricultural Bank of China temporarily stops lending to property developers.
  • Ahold reports 3% rise in Q2 profits.
 
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