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More signs of life from Eurozone as lower euro kicks in

The Eurozone’s economy has been doing a fair impression of a corpse for the last six months, but data out Thursday suggest it’s getting to its feet again–even if it’s still walking like a zombie than a real live person. 425 more words


Swiss Gold Referendum: What It Really Means, by Paul Craig Roberts

November 25, 2014

Editorial By Paul Craig Roberts
Source: The Daily Bell

In a few days the Swiss people will go to the polls to decide whether the Swiss central bank is to be required to hold 20% of its reserves in the form of gold. 882 more words


ECB could start buying government bonds in 1Q 2015, top official says

The European Central Bank dropped a heavy hint that it is going to wait till early next year before deciding whether to finally follow the Federal Reserve in buying government bonds to depress interest rates and stimulate the economy. 434 more words


Pope Francis warns European ideal replaced by 'bureaucratic technicalities' of EU

Pope Francis warns that EU is in danger of being ‘perceived as insensitive to individual peoples, if not downright harmful’

Pope Francis Photo: AP

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6 reasons to be bullish on gold

Despite gold prices rising as high as US$1,380 in mid-March, the precious metal hasn’t exactly been a good place to be in 2014. After starting the year around US$1,200, spot prices are essentially flat. 377 more words

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And So It Goes...#556

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard’s column in the Daily Telegraph has one inestimable advantage over the likes of ,say the Daily Mail’s unceasing flow of Tory-rhetoric dressed up as populist indignation. 461 more words

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Euro recovers after recent plunge

 By Graeme Ballard, eSignal and Advanced GET Trading Specialist

The euro moved higher versus the U.S. dollar on Monday, Nov. 24, recovering after suffering a sharp drop on the previous day of trading. 544 more words

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