Stock-Market Gains And The Real U.S. Economy


Wall Street analysts may regard the U.S. economy in a favorable light. Indeed, many believe that higher stock prices reflect optimism about the country’s economic future. Yet Gallup’s U.S. Economic Confidence Index portrays an entirely different picture. More and more Americans believe the economy is getting worse. In fact, even …

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Daily analysis of EUR/JPY for July 22, 2016


Daily analysis of EUR/JPY for July 22, 2016 Show full picture Overview The EURJPY pair repeated fluctuations between the initial support 116.80 and 118.50 resistance yesterday as fading bullish momentum causes the current swings. Stochastic settles around 50 levels as shown on the chart. We remind you that the bullish …

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Get Real On Gold Fever


Throughout the year I’ve referenced the chart below, which now reflects a large performance differential between the banks and the miners, as yields – both nominal and real – have fallen. Although the banks have had a difficult time performing in this environment, gold mining stocks have done exceptionally well, …

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Yen Drops to 6-Week Low, Dollar Steadies

Editor’s Choice The yen bounced back to 105.88 yen per dollar from 107.49 Friday hovering above six-week lows after comments from Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda hinted that Japan may not be preparing a radical “helicopter money” economic stimulus as anticipated. Helicopter money is essentially a policy of injecting …

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Gold Climbs as Equities Ease


Editor’s Choice Gold settled up $15.03 at $1330.78 an ounce on Thursday, recouping most of the losses from the previous session, after the European Central Bank signaled it was ready and willing to ramp up stimulus to lift inflation and economic growth in coming months. On the economic data front, …

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Daily analysis of Gold for July 21, 2016


Daily analysis of Gold for July 21, 2016 Show full picture Overview The gold price approaches from the bullish bias now after approaching from the targets mentioned in our last reports, where the price was affected by stochastic positivity. This provides signals for curving to the upside and an attempt …

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Ruble becomes stable?


The Russian ruble surprises market participants by its current stability. The currency is trading quite steadily almost ignoring external factors. During the last several years, the ruble’s exchange rate could easily move by 3-5 percent at a time, but nowadays fluctuations are surprisingly modest. For example, when the Brent crude …

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Softer Outlook for Japanese Yen

Editor’s Choice By: Presently, the Japanese Yen is seeing some broad volatility and is finding support. Earlier, however, the US Dollar had edged higher against the Japanese Yen and struck a 6-week peak on renewed expectations of more easing from the Bank of Japan and additional efforts in terms …

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