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Three months ago, we wrote " How The Petrodollar Quietly Died, And Nobody Noticed", in which we explained in painful detail why far from the simple macroeconomic dogma which immediately prompted the macro tourists to scream that " oil prices dropping...
Author: TonyGosling Posted: Fri Jun 26, 2015 12:00 am (GMT 0) Banks hedging If Hitler won they wanted access to the other side BBC Timewatch: Banking with Hitler http://cosmolearning.org/documentaries/banking-with-hitler-1998/1/ Program Synopsis...
The Federal Reserve can always slow the pace at which it normalizes interest rates. That was the basic message of Fed vice chair Stanley Fischer, who spoke at Tel Aviv University in Israel on Tuesday. "The tightening of U.S. policy will begin only...
22 September 2015 — Tuesday YESTERDAY in GOLD, SILVER, PLATINUM and PALLADIUM The gold price sold off a couple of dollars or so in the first two hours of trading in New York on Sunday evening—and spent until at, or shortly after, the noon silver fix...
Politics reasserted their supremacy over financial markets in recent months as investors began to discriminate across asset classes, regions and sectors in contrast to the heard behavior in recent years that was characterized by consistent waves...
SOCRATES is an international, refereed (peer-reviewed) and indexed scholarly hybrid open-access journal in Public Administration a...
European Journal of Social Sciences is a peer-reviewed scientific research journal that addresses both applied and theoretical iss...
Insight and analysis from New York Fed economists on topics including monetary policy, macroeconomic developments, financial stabi...
Part 3 of "International banking and financial market developments" (BIS Quarterly Review), March 2016 by Morten Bech and Aytek Malkhozov. Since mid-2014, four central banks in Europe have moved their...