Gold on course for $1,400 amid ‘winnerless’ trade war between US & China
Price for gold bullion will soar to the highest level in nearly half a decade if global trade tensions escalate, says the head of Sprott US Holdings Rick Rule, a long-time resource securities investor.
Germany wants its gold back
The German government is seeking to repatriate its physical gold to protect its economy from the threat of a new global economic crisis.
Going down: Bitcoin & crypto market dropping into danger territory
Bitcoin fell below $7,000 on Friday, moving closer to the lows the world's number one virtual currency reached in February.
The market is ‘right in the eye of the storm
The market is ‘right in the eye of the storm,’ and two charts show dark clouds ahead, says Bank of America analyst
Gold forges its best run since 2011
Gold bulls are finding 2018 offers plenty of reasons to be cheerful.
HSBC to pay $100 million to end Libor rigging lawsuit in the US
HSBC has agreed to pay $100 million to end private U.S. litigation accusing it of conspiring to manipulate the Libor benchmark interest rate.
Record US oil offshore lease sale to test Trump energy push
The U.S. Interior Department will hold the largest lease sale in American history in the offshore Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, in a major test of the oil industry’s appetite for federal acreage being offered by the Trump administration.
Venezuela Tries To Pay Russian Debt With Cryptocurrency
Venezuela's government wants to pay off its russian debt with its new cryptocurrency, the Petro.
Gold breaking out with bigger rally ahead
Gold is the become the main target for investors.
Tariffs Are as American as Apple Pie
Listening to hysterical commentary from the mainstream media about President Trump’s tariff proposals, one would think his policies were in violation of the U.S. Constitution. Nothing could be further from the truth.