Dec 4 | By Nadia Simmons
Strong bearish signals encouraged us to examine the oil-stocks-to-oil ratio once again. However, today we’ll check this ratio to find out what impact it could have on future oil stocks’ moves.
Dec 4 | By Jeffrey Lewis
The recent rise in interest rates foreshadows the unavoidable demise for the dollar. Not only did the rise in rates have an immediate effect on the housing recovery, it also indirectly exposed the system to another vulnerability, that is, the Fed is not only the lender of last resort but...
Dec 4 | By Adrian Ash
Jumping to $1,229 per ounce in London trade Wednesday, gold defied analyst expectations and reversed earlier 1% losses after stronger-than-expected U.S. jobs data.
Dec 4 | By Jan Skoyles
The rest of the week will be focused on lots of U.S. data and the central bank meetings on Thursday. Whilst everyone is thinking about non-farm payrolls on Friday, first up is Wednesday’s release of the US Federal Reserve’s Beige Book.
Dec 4 | By Mark O'Byrne
The era of bondholder bailouts is ending and that of depositor bail-in is coming. The changing financial landscape post crisis poses challenges to savers and investors globally. It is important we consider how savings and investments can be protected.
Dec 4 | By Austin Kiddle
As stock prices have outperformed and inflation has not surfaced, traders and investors have lost interests in gold as a safe haven and an inflation hedge.
Dec 4 | By Frank Holmes
India’s growing GDP is very important to gold’s rise, especially when it comes to the Love Trade. The math shows that an increasing GDP per capita in this part of the world has historically been linked to the rising price of gold.
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