The Fed’s independence is again threatened: not by war, but by secular stagnation.
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Aussie based gold investors will be happy too. Gold denominated in Aussie dollars surged $63 an ounce, or nearly 4%. It currently trades at $1,752 an ounce.
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The two stocks you’re about to see are not unique.These are the type of opportunities that gloomy headlines can make you miss.
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Investors must have realised that returning to normal is not on the Fed’s agenda. The Dow finished the day down 99 points.
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Gold is on the verge of entering bull market territory, following huge selloffs across global stocks this week. US bullion prices gained 5.8% yesterday, fetching close to US$1,264 an ounce. That’s the highest level gold has traded at since February 2015. Already, prices have risen 18% this year. Even as oil, iron ore and copper prices continue their struggles, gold is shooting in the opposite direction.
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