Resource InvestorNational debt and the rise of gold prices
Looking at the huge divergence in the graph after mid 2013 between the continued growth in the U.S. national debt and the drop and subsequent tight trading range for gold between $1,200 and $1,400, one can only conclude that gold is somehow being ...
US National Debt Surges $1 Trillion In Just 12 Months … Meanwhile FOMC ...
Dollar trims edges lower as market backtracks on hawkish Fed statement
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ForbesThe U.S. Debt: Why It Will Continue To Rise
In the classic movie “Broadcast News,” there was a point when people began to shout, “I'm mad as hell and I'm not gonna take it anymore.” I feel a similar sentiment brewing in America regarding our national debt which has exploded in recent years. In ...
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Center for Research on Globalization
After Q1 2013 this correlation broke down according to the chart, wherein the US national debt continued to skyrocket and the US dollar gold price fell significantly. The end of Q1 2013 coincides with the smash down of the gold price in April 2013 ...
- UN Assembly Calls for Action on National Debt
It will then return to the General Assembly next year with a new resolution on debt restructuring. Argentina was forced into a second default on July 30 following a decade-long legal battle with U.S. investors including hedge funds who refused to ...
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Independent OnlineChina debt could bust world economy
The risk of what Nobel laureate Paul Krugman calls “Japanification” – a semi-permanent economic funk – has haunted China for at least a couple years now. Last week a Bank of America Merrill Lynch report again asked: “Will China repeat Japan's ...
China's bad loans threaten to bust world economy
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Aljazeera.comLet's end this madness in the global debt system
Argentina's debt default imposed by US Judge Thomas Griesa and his earlier court rulings in favour of vulture funds NML Capital and Aurelius, will have enormous ramifications for the global debt system. The ruling effectively declares that the rights ...
Argentine Default Bad Test Case for Sovereign Debt Negotiations
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THE BUSINESS TIMES (subscription)Court dismisses Citibank appeal in Argentine debt row
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The Federal Appeals Court for the Second Circuit ruled it did not have jurisdiction in the case and sent the appellants back to New York District Judge Thomas Griesa, who has blocked Argentina from servicing its restructured debt until it settles its ...
Federal appeals judge: Argentina's bullying a bank
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