China’s petro-yuan ‘thundering into action’ as Iran ditches US dollar in oil trade
Washington’s renewed sanctions on Tehran supports China’s newly established oil futures, analysts say.
Breaking down America’s worst long-term challenges
Today, the national debt stands at more than $21 trillion.
Why negative interest rates are inevitable
The big six central banks now own 40% of global GDP, which is more than double the 17% they held before the financial crisis.
Gasoline prices could see summer spike, with prices at 4-year highs and record demand
Gasoline prices are expected to reach $3 as a national average for unleaded gasoline this summer, a four year high.
Turkish Gold Imports Triple As The Central Bank Diversifies Out Of Dollars
Turkish gold imports surged due to a sharp increase in investment demand as well as renewed Central bank purchases.
China remains largest buyer of US debt amid Trump trade war and Japan sells off
Beijing is the largest holder and buyer of the US Treasury securities despite the two countries being engaged in a spiral of mutual trade restrictions.
Argentina raises interest rates to 40%
Argentina's central bank has raised interest rates for the third time in eight days as the country's currency, the peso, continues to fall sharply.
Oil Prices Reach Highest Level Since 2014
Oil prices rose to their highest level since November 2014 faced with geopolitical tensions in the Middle East.
N. American gold ETF inflows at highest since September 2017
North American gold-backed exchange traded funds saw inflows in April at the highest since September 2017.
Bitcoin set for a sudden crash
Bitcoin set for sudden crash, billionaire 'blasts' crypto market and promises 'bad ending'.