Peso crisis highlights fragility of Argentina's economy
Buenos Aires (AFP) - Argentina appears to have resolved, at least in the short term, the crisis over the peso and its depreciation by taking drastic action -- but analysts warn the policy is untenable over time.
Lagging inflation and indecisiveness could delay Bank of Japan’s exit from easing
The Bank of Japan’s preferred inflation gauge fell for the second straight month in April, dropping from 0.9 percent in the previous month to 0.7 percent, as consumer prices refuse to cooperate with the BOJ’s 2 percent inflation target, according to government data released Friday.
$100 Oil Is One Explosion Away
Jody Chudley : "If you wake up tomorrow and oil prices have spiked to $100 per barrel, here is what will have happened."
Blundering Into Recession
Jim Rickards gives his opinion about the blundering Into Recession
Crypto Wealth Sinks $45 Billion While Bitcoin Bros Party
So much for the Blockchain Week Bounce.
EU economies hit by collapse in investment
Capital investment in 24 of the EU’s 28 member states has fallen dramatically over the past ten years, according to data from statistical agency Eurostat.
LBMA suspends Russian precious metals refinery
LBMA suspends Russian precious metals refinery from 'good delivery' lists
At top of the Fed, a dispute on policy picks up steam
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell's top deputies are edging toward a clash that could shape the pace of interest-rate hikes in coming months.
Yamana begins gold and silver production at Cerro Moro mine in Argentina
Canada’s Yamana Gold Inc. (TSX: YRI) (NYSE: AUY) said it poured Tuesday first gold and silver doré at its Cerro Moro mine, located in Argentina’s Santa Cruz province.
Hong Kong is taking the fight to money launderers
A Hong Kong government report says money laundering puts the city at "medium high" risk, with the banking sector risk labeled "high."