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Thucydides Trap and gold

When an emerging power attempts to supplant a hegemonic power in international politics, major conflict often ensues. This is the definition of “The Thucydides Trap” as explained in a recent op-ed piece in The Japan Times . The Thucydides Trap (pron...

Total Debt and Leveraged Loans to the Rescue of Gold Bulls?

The Fed has just published the newest edition of its Financial Stability Report . It covers what the most powerful central bank in the world perceives as risks to the financial system stability. Is it time for the gold bulls to uncork champagne? Financial Sectors Appears...

May Payrolls Disappoint. Fed to the Rescue? And Gold?

On Friday, it was announced that the U.S. added merely 75,000 jobs in May. Needless to say, a severe disappointment on the downside. The talk of an oncoming recession, and the interest rate cut speculations – were boosted. Is it justified? How close are we actually to the end ...

Gold Awaits the FOMC as Economic Data Send Mixed Signals

Who wouldn’t know the Spaghetti Western The Good, the Bad and the Ugly? In today’s analysis, we have important pieces of economic data starring in the first two roles. Retail sales and industrial production rebounded in May, while the Empire Sta...

The Last Hawk Flew to Heaven

Sad moment. Paul Volcker, the former Fed Chairman went to Bank of Heaven. We are not reporting this news due to the implications for gold prices, but as an opportunity to reflect on changes in the central banking since the time of Tall Paul and on their consequences for the go...

Will Powell’s Dovish Turn Support Gold?

It was a big surprise. The dovish surprise. In March, Powell doubled down on its accommodative stance. Does he know something we are not aware of? We invite you to read our today’s article about the recent Fed’s U-turn and find out whether i...

Fate Therapeutics Shares Rise 10% as First Person Treated with Its Anti-Cancer Therapy

Shares of Fate Therapeutics traded higher after the firm reported it has treated the first patient in a first-in-human trial of FT596 for patients with B-cell malignancies and chronic lymphocytic leukemia. Clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company Fate Thera...

Blockchain Holdings Acquires COVID-19 Quarantine Tracker Already in Use in Hong Kong

The company anticipates adoption of the TRACEsafe system by other countries soon. Blockchain Holdings Ltd. (BCX:CSE) announced that it has entered into a binding letter of intent to acquire "100% of the rights and interests in a self-quarantine monitoring...

Part III – Crunching Some Numbers – Researcher Shares His Outlook

In this section of this multi-part research article related to the potential economic destruction of the Covid-19 virus event across the global markets ( Part I , Part II ). We’re going to peer into data related to the GDP and other factors of the ...

The Big Bad Bully on the Black Gold Block

A Monday Morning Musing from Mickey the Mercenary Geologist Contact@MercenaryGeologist.com June 3, 2019 Last week, I commented on America’s dependence on foreign sources for essential minerals and compared our current situation in that venue with ou...
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