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EU opens disciplinary procedures against Italy

Stefano Montesi – Corbis | Corbis News | Getty Images European Affairs Commissioner, Pierre Moscovici speaks during a joint press conference with Italy’s Minister of Economy and Finances following their meeting at the Economy Ministry on October 18, 2018 in Rome, Italy.  The European Union announced it will look to sanction Italy with a fine after the country refused to ...

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Gundlach tells Reuters there was not a ‘panic low’ in US stocks and they are still too expensive

Gundlach said that corporate bonds are more dangerous now because “triple-B” credit — the rating for debt securities just above “junk” status — has skyrocketed since 2008, from 20 percent of all investment grade credit to approximately 50 percent today, according to Reuters. Gundlach’s DoubleLine Capital manages more than $120 billion. The investor is sometimes referred to as the “Bond ...

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The Icarus Effect | NorthmanTrader

It’s not different this time, it never has been. The historical script: Bulls take everything to ever more extremes and keep raising target prices along the way ignoring the technical charts that scream caution as technical disconnects keep stretching to historical extremes. Icarus flying to the sun with no consequences is the pervasive theme during each bubble. I mean come ...

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“Where Do You Think the Price Is Going for Silver and Gold?”

“On January 20-21, 2019 the Vancouver Resource Investment Conference offers you a unique opportunity to speak to the experts, meet with companies and grow your portfolio.” One of those experts? GoldSilver’s own Jeff Clark, who sat down with conference organizers Cambridge House International to discuss his crrent thoughts on silver and gold. Where do you think the price is going ...

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Money-Supply Growth Falls to 8-Month Low as Mortgage Rates Rise

Money supply growth slowed in October, falling to the lowest rate recorded since February of this year. Overall, money-supply growth remains well below the growth rates experienced from 2009 to 2016, and has fluctuated very little since March. In October, year-over-year growth in the money supply was at 3.7percent. That was down from September’s growth rate of 4.5 percent, but ...

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