Category : Change of Money
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.
So much for the Blockchain Week Bounce.
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.
Billionaire hedge-fund managers John Paulson and Ray Dalio kept their faith in gold even as rising interest rates trim the metal’s gains.
It looks to be another boom year for gold.
Gold on Tuesday suffered its worst trading day in 17 months after a recovery in the value of the US dollar and seven-year highs for yields on the country's government bonds.
Washington’s renewed sanctions on Tehran supports China’s newly established oil futures, analysts say.
Turkish gold imports surged due to a sharp increase in investment demand as well as renewed Central bank purchases.
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.
North American gold-backed exchange traded funds saw inflows in April at the highest since September 2017.