The ECB’s interest rate conundrum: To cut or not to cut?

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Unless the economic situation elsewhere in the world improves significantly and change the outlook for the Eurozone economy dramatically, I trust sanity will prevail and the ECB will not err on the conservative side as it did in 2008 by waiting too long. Otherwise the double whammy of higher interest rates and austerity measures in the PIIGS countries are going to have severe implications for the entire Eurozone economy. I will not be surprised to see a cut of 25 basis points in the not too distant future. […]

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Blinder sees “reasonably high” chance of QE3 this year

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Former Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Alan Blinder, a professor at Princeton University, talks about Standard and Poor’s decision to reduce the credit rating on the U.S., and the possibility of another round of quantitative easing by the Federal Reserve. […]

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Bob Farrell’s 10 rules for investing in tough markets

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Wall Street “gurus” come and go, but in the case of Bob Farrell legendary status was achieved. He spent several decades as chief stock market analyst at Merrill Lynch & Co. and had a front-row seat at the go-go markets of the late 1960s, mid-1980s and late 1990s, the brutal bear market of 1973-74, and October 1987 crash. Farrell retired in 1992, but his famous “10 Market Rules to Remember” have lived on and are summarized below, courtesy of Jonathan Burton of MarketWatch. The words of wisdom are timeless and are especially appropriate as investors grapple with the difficult juncture at which stock markets find themselves at this stage. […]

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Technical Talk: Daily market update (Thursday, August 18, 2011)

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Adam Hewison, charting strategist of INO.TV, brings you another edition of his invaluable service of daily technical updates on the ups and downs of various markets. This short analysis is a great tool for keeping one’s finger on the pulse and timing the markets. I have personally been using the INO/Market Club software for about two years and can vouch for these tools being extremely useful. Click through to hear Adam’s latest views on gold , silver, the US Dollar Index, the CRB Index, crude oil and the S&P 500 Index. […]

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World Gold Council: Gold statistics for Q2 2011

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The World Gold Council yesterday published the latest issue of Gold Demand Trends for Q2 2011, which suggests a positive outlook for gold. A summary of the report is provided in this post. […]

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Milling-Stanley says China gold reserves to rise

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George Milling-Stanley, managing director for government affairs at the World Gold Council, talks about the drivers for gold prices and China’s gold reserves. He speaks with Erik Schatzker, Sara Eisen and Betty Liu on Bloomberg Television. […]

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