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Jerome Powell Is Between A Rock And A Hard Place

One of the major drags on the market, besides trade wars, has been uncertainty about whether the Fed will raise rates this month. Despite the verbal bravado of Federal Reserve Chairman, Jerome Powell, over how strong the U.S. economy is, he doesn’t live in a vacuum. Powell’s borne the brunt of President Trump’s recent accusations that the Fed’s hikes are ...

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Both Trump And Powell Are More Dovish – Will Gold Fly Now?

How will the softening of both trade and monetary policy affect the gold market? Will gold finally be able to fly? Here’s some insight… by Arkadiusz Sieron of Sunshine Profits President Trump and President Xi Jinping agreed to halt escalation in their trade conflict. At the same time, the Fed officials became more cautious about the pace of future interest ...

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Powell Speech Ignites Stocks And Gold Market

What a difference a day makes as Powell speech ignites gold market and stocks. Powell Speech Ignites Gold MarketNovember 28 (King World News) – Here is what Peter Boockvar wrote today as the world awaits the next round of monetary madness:  The markets are latching on to two words in the Jay Powell speech, “just below” referring to where he thinks ...

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Chris Powell Gives An Important Gold Market Manipulation Update

Fresh off the presses, GATA’s Chris Powell has an important update on the state of gold market manipulation. Here are the details…  by Chris Powell of The Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee (GATA) The slides for this presentation can be viewed here: http://gata.org/files/GATA-NOLA-2018-PPT-PDF-11-1-2018.pdf * * * SLIDE 1 — TITLE Remarks by Chris PowellSecretary/Treasurer, Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.New Orleans Investment ...

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Powell has lost his North Star, and the Fed is flying blind

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell is in an unenviable position. Folks expect him to fine-tune interest rates to keep the economy going and inflation tame but he can’t make things much better — only worse. Growth is nearly 3% and unemployment is at its lowest level since 1969. What inflation we have above the Fed target of 2% is driven ...

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